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Cannabis Cookbook

You want to get high? but you dont smoke? Check out the UK420 Good Food Guide.

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    • stoned_ape
      Well I guess we should be truly fucking thankful.      So the rumor's weren't true after all? We are indeed regular folk that haven't succumbed to reefer madness?      You thunk?         
    • colboyxx
      Did we find out if this is a windup ?
    • oldtimer1
      Ok @oldskoolskunk the genetics you have come from prior to my making things I thought people would find fairly easy to grow, I think the esb x haze was not what it was called, I met a number of mods and people around uk420 at the hemp expo Wembley I gave those I liked a sample of es bud not esb, at that time I had several mums that I called haze x skunk, it was a name to hang on them not what what would be considered a haze x skunk cross today.  While today no one would consider retaining  a non stable mother line one of my mums was a bit trigger happy and would make a few bananas if everything was not perfect, thing id HD had such a beautiful high it was like taking a lick of acid, so I put up with the odd seed produced  in a grow as it did not bother me the odd bean being produced.   I don’t have a picture of HD anymore on this server but this is HL a sister that has similar form, sorry that it is small but our server was very restricted for upload size back in 02, she was pruned for single cola sog, you may see some of her traits in your stock now. Out of the buds I gave out MrBishy found 2 ot 3 viable beans in the buds I gave him, he found a lady that he really liked and a fairy spread her round, this is most likely the lass you had..   In the past I collaborated with a lot of growers all around the world, in the days of snail mail back long before the name original haze or skunk#1 was patented. Haze herb describe what a herb did to your mind, the aim at the time was to reduce flowering times but retaining the soaring high, all sorts of selections were being made the sour acrid types were liked to the after whiff of skunks, my  haze x skunk selections were from that era and not the sort of hazes that were passed via others to Dubi and Charlie! In my humble opinion the early generations of haze herb and skunk crosses were  vastly superior to the later more refined  lines produced for profit and had a much more diverse genetic base. Sadly the pale lavender to almost white types that were in the original haze somehow got lost  before they got to ACE.   My es is the parent of esb and very very potent a real rollercoaster high so you have a very wide genetic base, I gave Dubi some to try at the second Wembley hemp expo, his comment was that it was up there with the strongest 2 or 3 smokes he had ever tried, no one can agree on her smell taste I hear everything from beefy, marmite crisps garlic so diverse as to be nonsense. The trigger happy HD smelle like a really floral furniture polish it used to make my mouth water.   Its a shame you don’t have any descendants of esb in your collection, the blueberry in that cross were from my collaboration with VicHigh to remove the bad inbred genes in blueberry.   I hope you can see why I don’t want to talk it gets so complex and I forget how much I have done in the past.   Anyhow I hope this help with your understanding, I’m very sorry to hear about your burns that is so sad and thank you for selecting and saving some of the genes I selected to keep.   All the best Ot1.
    • ratdog