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  1. Chem Beyond Diesel®, C.B.D. This CBD-rich strain consists of a genetic coming from the USA and it is the result of the cross between one of the most famous and outstanding American strains, a Chem Dawg and a CBD-rich European genetic of American ancestors from the Diesel family. The THC:CBD ratio of this strain stands between 1:1 and 1:2, making it a strain rich in CBD (Cannabidiol). The tastes and aromas of this strain are delicious and typically American, very intense and loaded with some shades of aromas, with sweet and woody tones, a touch of lemon and shades of aromatic peppers and spices, with an outlying but delicious background that stands beyond the characteristic aroma of the Diesel family. The plants grow with the appearance of an Indica-Sativa hybrid with Indica predominance, with a big main cola and generous production of side branches, creating large and dense plants with an abundant bud production. This strain produces a colossal amount of highly aromatic resin, excellent for extractions. Data Sheet Variedad SWS66 Indica/Sativa: 55%/45% Ratio THC:CBD (1:1 - 1:2) Indoor Yield::400-550 g/m2 Outdoor Yield::00-700 g/plant Indoor blooming: 8 weeks Outdoor harvest: late September
  2. After the release of our first pure CBD strain, Dinamed CBD, our team of breeders had no choice but to go one stage further. We all wondered whether it was possible to boost her cannabinoid content even more so as to create a strain with super-high CBD levels. The result is Dinamed CBD Plus, an incredible plant boasting an impressive 20 % CBD content and less than 1 % THC. Dinamed CBD Plus was created not only to meet the therapeutic needs of medical users but also to offer the best quality ever to pure CBD consumers who, rather than the THC-triggered psychoactive high, wish to enjoy the relaxing effect produced by CBD. Apart from an amazing stability resulting from a rigorous selection and breeding process, Dinamed CBD Plus showcases higher cannabinoid levels than her sister, Dinamed CBD. Exactly like her predecessor, she is part of an extraordinary lineage of CBD-rich genetics and has her origins in a self-cross. Dinamed CBD Plus essentially derives from the self-pollination of an extraordinary plant known as Dinamed CBD 5. The purpose of our using this technique was to narrow her gene pool so that both her stability and homogeneity were significantly boosted. The therapeutic properties of CBD have brought in their wake a deluge of information and scientific research on this cannabinoid. After decades overshadowed by its distant relative, the CBD is no more in the background but at the forefront. Unlike THC, CBD is not psychoactive, a fantastic feature that, together with its multiple therapeutic properties and its ability to fight the side effects of tetrahydrocannabinol, places great value on this interesting cannabinoid. Several research studies have proved CBD to have muscle-relaxing, anticonvulsant, neuroprotective, anxiolytic and anti-inflammatory effects. For all these reasons, Dinamed CBD Plus is a powerful tool for treating neurodegenerative diseases, some serious forms of epilepsy such as Dravet Syndrome, multiple sclerosis and even mental disorders like schizophrenia. Morphology Dinamed CBD Plus is a sativa-dominant hybrid with abundant lateral branching and medium distance between nodes. Her hybrid-shaped leaves with jagged and mid-sized leaflets could acquire purple hues during the last phase of the flowering when the temperature drops by 10°C at night. A beautiful mid-sized/large plant on which to feast your eyes. Yield Dinamed CBD Plus produces heavier yields than her predecessor, with more cannabinoids and stronger scents. Her resin is also different from what we’re used to. It’s less gooey, and this is down to her low THC content (lower than 1 %) that causes plants to produce less glandular trichomes and more basal trichomes. In short, incredibly bountiful crops of sativa-looking cone-shaped buds with a great calyx-to-leaf ratio. Aromas and flavours Dinamed CBD Plus boasts delicious sweet and zesty tastes. Ideal for lovers of fruity flavours with very special and familiar notes. Effects Thanks to her super-high CBD content of up to 20 %, Dinamed CBD Plus is the perfect anxiolytic, muscle relaxant and pain reliever. And, with such low THC levels, you’ll be able to enjoy all her properties without being hit by the typical psychoactivity felt when consuming cannabis. However, this doesn’t mean that Dinamed CBD Plus doesn’t produce an immediate effect. In fact, her high will quickly take you to a state of total relaxation that, without being too narcotic, will help you soothe away your stresses and even fall into a deep sleep. All these features, together with the anti-epileptic, anti-psychotic, anti-oxidant and antidepressant properties of CBD, make Dinamed CBD Plus a therapeutic strain of great interest. Cultivation Dinamed CBD Plus grows vigorously due to her sativa heritage and, although it shouldn’t be a problem, it must be borne in mind when growing indoors. In fact, she’s so easy to grow that a standard diet should be enough. No need for great inputs of nutrients. After a flowering of just 60 days, she’ll be ready for harvest by late September/early October in the northern hemisphere, and at the end of March in the southern hemisphere. Characteristics of Dinamed CBD Plus cannabis seeds Sex Feminised Genotype 40% Indica / 60% Sativa Cross Dinamed CBD 5 x Dinamed CBD 5 Suitable for Indoors and outdoors Indoor flowering 55-60 days Indoor yield 500 g/m2 Outdoor harvest time Late September / Early October Outdoor yield 1000 g/plant Outdoor height 3 m THC 0.5-1% CBD 15-20% THC/CBD ratio 1:30 Enjoy All the best Mark..
  3. white rhino cbd

    From the album My plants from '08 onwards

    roots are already growing out of bottom.

    © bluntz27

  4. white widow cbd

    From the album My plants from '08 onwards

    bag seed from white widow cbd, looking healthy.

    © bluntz27

  5. Cannabis Component May Offer Treatment For Psychosis: Study The results suggest that cannabidiol may normalise dysfunction in striatum, parahippocampal cortex, and midbrain -- brain regions which are critically implicated in psychosis -- and this may underlie its therapeutic effects in psychosis, the researchers explained. Brain activity in the people at risk of psychosis remains abnormal compared to the healthy ones. A single dose of the non-intoxicating compound of cannabis -- cannabidiol -- can help reduce brain function abnormalities seen in people with psychosis, results of a clinical trial, led by an Indian-origin doctor, has revealed. Psychosis is a mental disorder characterised by a disconnection from reality. Brain activity in the people at risk of psychosis remains abnormal compared to the healthy ones. But in people who had cannabidiol, the abnormal brain activity was less severe than for those who received a placebo, suggesting cannabidiol can help re-adjust brain activity to normal levels. The results suggest that cannabidiol may normalise dysfunction in striatum, parahippocampal cortex, and midbrain -- brain regions which are critically implicated in psychosis -- and this may underlie its therapeutic effects in psychosis, the researchers explained. "Our results have started unravelling the brain mechanisms of a new drug that works in a completely different way to traditional anti-psychotics," said Sagnik Bhattacharyya from Britain's King's College, London. For the study, published in JAMA Psychiatry, the team studied a small group of young people who had not yet been diagnosed with psychosis but who were experiencing distressing psychotic symptoms, along with healthy controls. All participants were studied in an MRI scanner while performing a memory task which engages three regions of the brain known to be involved in psychosis. "One of the main advantages of cannabidiol is that it is safe and seems to be very well tolerated, making it, in some ways, an ideal treatment," Mr Bhattacharyya said. "If successful, this trial will provide definitive proof of cannabidiol's role as an antipsychotic treatment and pave the way for use in clinic," he noted. https://www.ndtv.com/world-news/cannabis-component-may-offer-treatment-for-psychosis-study-1908821
  6. Sweet Pure CBD® The first “CBD-pure” cannabis strain from Sweet Seeds®, with very low levels of THC, generally under 1%, and high levels of Cannabidiol (CBD), specially designed to satisfy the needs of therapeutic cannabis users who prefer to avoid the psychoactive effects of THC. Sweet Pure CBD® (SWS65) features a THC:CBD ratio of between 1:15 and 1:20, with levels of THC standing between 0,4% and 1% and CBD levels of around 8-15%. Such low levels of THC and high CBD turn our Sweet Pure CBD® into a cannabis plant with imperceptible psychotropic effects. With these high levels of CBD, therapeutic cannabis users can get an extra benefit from the medicinal properties of CBD. This strain is the result of two generations of autopollination (S2) of a CBD-rich clone with ancestors from the Diesel family. The aroma of this strain is sweet and fruity, with mandarine citrus tones and soft fresh hints of cypress. The plants present Indica-Sativa hybrid structure with Sativa predominance. Data Sheet Variety SWS65 Indica: 40% / Sativa: 60% THC:CBD Ratio: (1:15-1:20) Indoor Yield: 400-500 g/m2 Outdoor Yield: 375-600 g/plant Indoor Blooming: 9 weeks Outdoor Harvest: late September
  7. New Source of Cannabidiol Not Derived From Cannabis or Hemp One of the many chemical cannabinoids found in a garden-variety cannabis sativa plant is cannabidiol (CBD). While CBD is either non-psychoactive altogether or far-less psychoactive than cannabis with high levels of THC, the compound is still listed as a Schedule I drug by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency because it is derived from either sativa or hemp plants that are illegal. A San Francisco company, Peak Health Foundation, recently announced its first CBD product derived from a strain of humulus, more commonly known as hops. Not the ones used to make beer, but a strain discovered in India that contains no THC but high levels of CBD and is not derived from a plant that remains illegal. Once a variety of hops was found in the wild with a reasonably high CBD content, Peak Health founder Bomi Joseph cross-bred the plants to create a new variety known as Kriya brand humulus. Joseph has patented the plant, which has a CBD concentration of around 18%. CBD is classified GRAS (generally regarded as safe) by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. That means that CBD can and has been used in a wide range of products from oils to edibles. Because the CBD has been derived from sativa or hemp plants, however, these products still run afoul of federal law. The company Medical Marijuana, which trades on U.S. over-the-counter markets, distributes the humulus-derived CBD oil under the name Real Scientific Humulus Oil (RSHO-K). A four-ounce bottle containing 1,000 mg of CBD sells for $165.99 at the company’s website and is available in all 50 states, not just those that have passed legislation permitting the sale of medical marijuana products. https://247wallst.com/consumer-products/2018/08/04/new-source-of-cannabidiol-not-derived-from-cannabis-or-hemp/
  8. Hi everyone We have a new video on our Vimeo Channel, we hope you enjoy it! Sweet smokes! jaypp
  9. Outdoor grower Hi there, Hope you are all well. I would really appreciate some help please! So I'm a first time grower hoping to grow some CBD plants to help with clinical depression and anxiety. Seeds used: 1st Batch 3 x Candida (CD - 1) Feminised Seeds 1 x Dinamed CBD Plus Feminised Seeds 2nd Batch Dinamed CBD Auto Feminised Seeds 1st Batch was started on the 1st July 2nd Batch were sprouted on the 15/16th July and started the process during a waxing Moon as I heard that was good for germination Attached are pictures from batch 1. What I'm finding tricky is how to get correct info to follow. I'm getting really confused as there's so much info online and a lot seems to contradict. I know that I ideally should of started the process earlier but couldn't start until recently. Main question at this stage is how often should these plants be outside in direct sunlight please? The plants are about 2 weeks old roughly and as pictured below Just started to give them a couple of hours direct outside sunlight and the rest time they are either inside in a sunny spot or indirect outside sun. I had to leave the plants unintended for a couple of days and something ate one of the leaves as you can see. Thank you very much for reading and any help would be really appreciated!! It would be so good to be self-sufficient and not have to buy expensive CBD oil especially as the anxiety makes it difficult to work. Thanks again!!! All of batch 1 Close up of Canidida looking good I hope Leaf Partially Eaten
  10. Hi 420 Genius Growers!! Hope you're all growing well. I'm a long time sufferer of anxiety and have decided to grow some CBD strains to help with some of the side effects of anxiety. Anyway just wanted to say hi and would be really grateful on some growing advice on the other forums. Thank you!!
  11. Hey All, I'm planning on trying some autogrows this year in a small-ish wooden growhouse, maybe double the depth one of those pop-up green plastic things which I'm going to try and squeeze six, 10 litre poly pots in (pots will fit snugly side-by-side) I have some anxiety that I want a natural way of fixing so will be growing feminised autoflower CBD heavy (I hope) strains. Initially I did very little research and was a bit over-enthusiastic about purchasing seed, which isn't unusual with me and seeds… I got some ShortStuff fem'd Blue Himalaya (came with a couple fem Auto-Assassin and a Dr. Feelgood) and have since added some SweetSeeds fem'd Sweet Nurse Auto CBD which are on the way. I'm planning on two grows, first will be started in May directly in their pots in their final and only growing position if weather permits and will start with the Sweet Nurse first (will probably chuck in the two Auto-Assassins at the back so I won't be putting all my eggs in one basket which will probably be for someone else as they are sativa dominant) I have limited head height after taking the pots into account, if allowed to grow to their maximum, they'll stick out of the top, I've read that you can't always completely rely on what it says on the tin too so I'm planning on doing a low-fi LST to restrict the height a bit, I would like to try and confine them to their own pot diameter as they'll be a tight fit with their neighbours. Will Start the second batch late June to first quarter of July depending on how the first batch is looking, I have another space that should be free by then so they'll be able to sit there for a couple of weeks while the first batch finishes, and if the wait is too long, can be modified to be their forever home. I'm going to use an enviromesh clone to keep out the bugs, it allows in 75% of the air and 90% of the light but will give it an opaque look when I need to open all the doors and lid at peak summer so should help with neighbours glancing over. The medium I'm planning on using is a 35 litres of filtered-stream-peat based multi-purpose compost, 20 litres worm castings and 5 litres of either vermiculite or perlite, with organic feeds later in the grow if necessary. Is an LST grow confined to it's own pot unrealistic? The front row (or back) can be trained slightly forward allowing more space for the both rows as I have little bit of depth to play with. Could I train the front three low and back three slightly higher with LST to maximise light for back row? I've trained grapes, fruit trees toms and other assorted vines and plants in the past and will again but am I mad wanting to train with LST outdoors at all on my first real grow? Advice and questions are welcome Thanks a bunch, spent many hours browsing the site already (haven't visited the site in a very long time) Pariah. Lat 51
  12. Hi We already have a video of our Chem Beyond Diesel®, C.B.D.! Also, we announce this strain has got a very important Prize... Chem Beyond Diesel®, C.B.D. 2º Prize CBD Spannabis 2018 In the next days, I will be sharing some pictures of this lady Stay medicated! jaypp
  13. So my mission begins, a big thanks to all at Dinafem and a big to Mark, once again pulling out all the stops for us seasonal growers I've suffered a real lot the last few months, after herniated disks in the spine, quacks discovered I have aggressive PsA, never experienced so much pain before hence my GG selections are for once..My own saviour. I've chosen Original Amnesia Auto for that personal favourite heavyweight hit and I'm gonna sample OG Kush Auto CBD as my second selection. Also have a few tins of Critical Jacks and other strains from the Dinafem catalogue that I've collected the past few months. I'll be germing in clear pint cups, bottoms removed and placed in coloured cups, transplanting made easy for autos. Pics and video to follow on that. Soil is all native with very little in the way of amendments. Will update on that as I go, just getting started here, well when all this snow retreats Wish you all the best for 2018, may the wind be at your back and the sun upon your face
  14. Hey, im wondering if anyone knows of some trusty reliable websites in the U.K. where I can buy CBD edibles like gummy bears? CBD not hemp, a lot of h are hemp oil but CBD oil is stronger and contains a tiny bit of thc. thanks
  15. Dinamed, 70 Days Flwr.jpg

    From the album x4 Subbie Strains + Dinafem Dinamed CBD

    Dinamed, 70 Days Flowered.
  16. Dinamed, 10 Wks Flwr.jpg

    From the album x4 Subbie Strains + Dinafem Dinamed CBD

    Dinamed, 10 Weeks Flowering.
  17. Dinamed, 9 Wks Flwr.jpg

    From the album x4 Subbie Strains + Dinafem Dinamed CBD

    Dinafem Dinamed CBD, 9 Weeks Flower.
  18. Hi all and a big thanks to @Dinafem-Mark at https://www.dinafem.org/en/ for the opportunity to run a test grow on these new auto cbd https://www.dinafem.org/en/dinamed-autoflowering-cbd/
  19. Dinamed 8 Wks Flwr.jpg

    From the album x4 Subbie Strains + Dinafem Dinamed CBD

    Dinafem Dinamed CBD, 8 Weeks Flowering.
  20. Hey guys, I'm new to this, and need some advice. I'm thinking of making legal CBD edibles, and so far I've found a couple of organic, non VG oils. One is suspended in coconut oil, and the other two are suspended in hemp oil. The coconut oil one - I'm thinking of getting the 250mg. The seller was really nice and told me that I need to add more dosage for help with anxiety and relaxation, and less for joint pain. The other two are suspended in hemp oil, and they say they have around 3.2%, one being an indica dominant hybrid, and the other sativa. Which one would be the best? I'm gonna start off with cookies. I'm thinking of using the coconut oil one, and mixing it in with the butter. Is that cool? I could also add a droplet to the cookie ball before it's ready to go in the oven (that could be more concentrated?) Any help would be appreciated, guys. Sofia
  21. 5a9be77795bf6-Dinamed5WeeksFlower.jpg

    From the album Subs Seeds

    Dinafem Dinamed CBD, 5 Weeks Flowering.
  22. I don't need no thought control.......Sorry, got ahead of myself there. What if? If I'm just looking for the medicinal benefits and not really looking to get high, would I skip the decarboxolation step? I read that THCa has all the medicinal attributes of THC without the stony, but I'm not sure it's true. I need all the cannaboids, terpenes, all the factors that help with pain, but I need to function too. Thoughts? Respect.........As Always Cmoon
  23. Hi guys welcome to my Average Joe Grow I'm running 5 autoflowers this garden. 3x CDB industrial plant - Dinafem 1x Gorilla Glue - Fastbuds 1x OG Kush - Mr Krippling Equipment 26w CFL 600w dual spectrum bulb Digital ballast Floor fan Small clip fan Fan and Filter (when I get paid next week lol) 7.5litre Smart pots RO filter for water (produces 50GallonPerDay) Bio-Bizz All mix soil Nutrients So guys I have a spare cupboard with some good height so I thought it would be a nice place for a couple plants.You can see from the list I have a pretty basic setup, and instead of a tent (and save some money) I've stapled black and white sheet around the room. Germination I popped all seeds in straight RO water for 36 hours and all seeds cracked and tap roots were just poking out so I moved them into damp kitchen roll and placed in plastic food bags in the dark for another 24 hours. The next day all tap roots were visible so I got them planted into 16oz American Red Party Cups and moved them under the CFL, for the first couple of days I'll keep the light on 24 hour. I kept food bags over each individual cup to keep it humid, also I put them on top of a heat mat set to keep the soil at 26 degrees Celsius Veg Day 1. Another 24 hours has passed and the all the girls are reaching for the light. Some seed shells were stuck on the first set of leaves so I carefully removed them, everything looks fine nothing more to be done. Day 2. The girls are looking healthy and should have some roots by now so time to remove the food bags from over the cups. Ill leave them on the heat mat still to keep the soil temp up. it's a little cold in the cupboard so I plan on keeping them on the heat mat untill I move then to there final pots and get the big light on them (no later than 10 days) The soil is still damp so no need to water, nothing more to be done today, I'll try and get some photos up once I learn how lol.