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Growroom Photo's

Growrooms and mum boxes in progress.

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    • audioaddict
      I recently had this from a Delicious seeds "Fruity Chronic Juice" (Chronic x White Widow) I grew out as part of a batch of attitude freebies that where piling up in my tin.   I didn't keep her as she was too heavily indica for my tastes, though the roast chicken aromas where interesting, not my favourite, but still interesting.   At a guess I'd say my one was a definite chronic pheno.
    • Conspiranought
      the painkiller codeine gives me mad dreams. Something about that stuff, seems to give everybody else I know mad dreams too.
    • Boojum
      Not weed related, but I've been taking valerian root cos of insomnia recently, and that's given me some fucked-up dreams. I think one thing about dreaming is that a lot of the time we dream, but when we wake up we don't remember that we dreamed - it's only the really vivid dreams that we remember (and those ones are generally the fucked-up ones, they tend to last into wakefulness WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT ALL ABOUT ??? ).
    • eri
      I made a post about this a while back - found some tea that helps

      http://www.uk420.com/boards/index.php?showtopic=218902&hl=