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  1. CBD Critical Mass

  2. DSCF0517

    From the album Candida

    The #1 is the obvious keeper
  3. Hello to all, I was wondering how 1:1 strains work in edibles, do you get high at all? I have about 3 grams of Bubba Kush CBD and was thinking of adding it to a cookie mixture(I've made pot cookies before btw). I'd probably make around 6 cookies, one will be for my nan who said that she'd like to try an edible, but obviously I don't want her to have an intense high. Should I just throw the 3 grams in or maybe half?
  4. I see some Dutch head-shops are advertising "CBD Oil". Made from commercial hemp. Is this the same CBD as we get from our drug strains of cannabis? If so, this may be good news for folks with pain and other problems who don't want to grow, or who like high THC as well as the odd drop of CBD. Like me. I don't want high CBD Low THC weed, because I find high THC is the better analgesic ~ for me.. But I would like to experiment with CBD as a possible muscle relaxant, for those days when cramps gets a grip of my calves..
  5. Just a positive story for a change, and good points made about our endocannabinoid system too. Not the usual propaganda and scaremongering.
  6. Hi Im looking for suggestions for strains with the highest cbd content? The new cbd strains don't seem to know the percentage in them, would a standard hemp plant contain more? Cheers
  7. Fentanyl Maker Insys is Running CBD Clinical Trials Insys Therapeutics, manufacturer of the synthetic opioid medication fentanyl, made headlines recently when it donated half a million dollars to the anti-cannabis legalization effort in Arizona. Fentanyl is a potent and highly addictive pain killer helping fuel the country’s opioid epidemic and skyrocketing overdose rates. Presumably, Insys is funding anti-legalization efforts because legal cannabis represents a threat to its bottom line: medical cannabis can be an alternative to opioids for pain management, and states with medical marijuana laws are seeing lower rates of opioid abuse. In addition, there is evidence that plant cannabinoids such as cannabidiol (CBD) may be useful for treating opioid dependence. So it seems clear why a pharmaceutical company specializing in the sale of a synthetic opioid would oppose cannabis legalization. Insys is currently running a number of clinical trials investigating the use of cannabis-based therapies for a variety of ailments. If you go to ClinicalTrials.gov, a website run by the NIH, you can search through ongoing clinical trials in the U.S. based on disease, location, and who’s funding it. If you search “Insys,” a couple of things pop out: they’re running lots of trials to study fentanyl, and lots of trials to study cannabidiol (CBD). CBD is non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in Cannabis, which we know is non-addictive and has wide-ranging therapeutic potential. Insys seems to know this as well, since they’re running CBD trials to treat everything from treatment-resistant child epilepsy to over-eating symptoms associated with Prader-Willi Syndrome (a rare genetic disorder). Search for, “Insys cannabidiol” on ClinicalTrials.gov and take a look for yourself. Insys is currently recruiting patients for a trial titled, “Characterization of the Analgesic Effect of CBD in Healthy, Normal Volunteers”. We already know that medical cannabis can be effective for treating pain, and CBD may be one of the key compounds underlying this effect. Animal studies have also told us that CBD specifically may have analgesic properties, and that it may be useful for treating addiction. So it’s no surprise that a corporation like Insys is funding the anti-legalization effort in Arizona. Legal adult-use cannabis represents a competitive threat to sales of their flagship narcotic (fentanyl) and the Cannabis-based therapies they’re trying to develop. Voters should take note of who is opposing legalization efforts in their state, and why. The case of Insys gives us yet another reason to support legalization this November. http://https://www.leafly.com/news/politics/fentanyl-maker-insys-running-cbd-clinical-trials?utm_source=FBPAGE&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=FP&linkId=29785557
  8. Seedsman test running

    From the album Multi Strains Seedsman

    #led 200w #autoflowering #lowryder2 #easyryder - 2 Liter pots Day 61 from seed #hps 600w #feminised #cbdcriticalmass #earlyskunk #cbdsharkshock #whitewidow- 6 liter pots Day 35 to 12/12 #CFL 125w #secret #strain - 1 Liter pots Day 30 waiting to harvest #automatics (led room)
  9. CBD CMass 26

  10. In the Night Garden... Welcome to this journal that I have agreed to do for Dinafem I have been given Industrial Plant CBD Auto to test out and see how they fair, this is also my first experience with Autos and higher CBD medicinal focused genetics, so there may well be dramas along the way but all good learning for both myself and Dinafem. I'd also like to take this opportunity to thank @@Dinafem-Mark and the Dinafem team for being granted the chance to to run these beans out for them, it's an honour, thank you The Equipment & Grow Plan 0.5 L Starters 10 L Tubs for finals (if running 2) or 7.5 L (if running 3) Westlands Jack's Magic Compost Vitax Q4 Miccos (Veg) Wilcos Liquid Growmore NPK 7-7-7 (Bloom) Wilcos Tom Food NPK 5-6-10 250w Sodium for entire life cycle So the plan, after chatting with a master at work with Autos, a certain Mr @@blackpoolbouncer (check out his work if you haven't done ) is to start them in 0.5 L starters and pot up at around the 8 to 10 day mark into their finals. Now those who may have followed my last adventure will be aware that I don't have the largest of spaces available (800 x 600 x 1500 mm) so I had originally decided to use 10 L finals for these but that would mean a total limit of 2. However I've decided to put 3 into starters and if all 3 are vigorous and healthy with no runts etc I may well run all 3 but in slightly smaller finals at 7.5 (my thinking behind this is twofold really. Due to this strain being brand new, the more I can run, then the better the data for Dinafem obviously, that plus I don't like throwing good plants either and is not good karma in my view, so we'll see after a week of them cracking They will be grown under a HPS (grolux) at 250 W for their entire life and I will be running 20/4 regime. Nutrient wise I'll be sticking with the Nutes I used on my last run as they worked very well for the price they cost and I'm happy with them (I've never used specific nutrients and as long as the NPK ratios are within the right parameters, I've always faired okay) So without further ado, lets get on with the first picture show of this the IP CBD Auto run for 2016! This first photo is the beanz, not huge (average to small size) but matured to a good colour, gave a gentle squeeze and all good there too This second photo is of the 2/3 filled starters after the seed had been planted at between 5 and 10 mm deep, they were then placed in the airing cupboard which is toasty at 23 oC So that's it for now folks, thanks for watching this new adventure
  11. I'm looking to a method of adding CBD to my e-juice does anyone know the best way? Could I simply just buy some CBD oil and add it to my current favourite flavour e-juice is it as simple as that or is it done a different way? Any help?
  12. CBD SWEET 'N SOUR WIDOW REGULAR This strain grows dynamically during the vegetative stage and on flowering produces somewhat airy flower clusters, which end highly resinous. This unique start to the bud formation makes the Sweet n Sour more suitable for humid areas where more compact plants would suffer from mould. This strain has a distinct and unique but pleasant odour with a sour onion fragrance. GENETICS: Mr Nice Widow x Remedy VARIETY: Mostly Indica FLOWERING TYPE: Photoperiod SEX: Regular THC CONTENT: 6-8% CBD CONTENT: 6-8% YIELD: 400 gr/m2 PLANT HEIGHT: 175 cm GROWS: Greenhouse, Indoors, Outdoors FLOWERING TIME: 8 weeks HARVEST MONTH: October MEDICINAL PROPERTIES: yes TASTE / FLAVOUR: Sour Onion http://www.seedsman.com/en/seedsman-...-regular-seeds Feel free to share your photos of this strain in this same thread.