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  1. Just been to check on my little ladies and noticed these on my Sweet Skunk plant... It's the only one I'm growing so have no others to compare with of this strain - but wasn't sure if this is a male or turning? It's the worst of my four plants, is very floppy and while the others seem to be doing ok this seems rather lifeless. AHP
  2. Got 2 landrace Thai sativas showing what I believe are early pre-flowers 30 days in. The first plant I believe may be showing female pre-flowers - however, the other seems to be a male/too early to tell (both might be ha) Up until now I thought the faster, more vigorous growing plant with the thicker stem was the male but I had a look today to find these little tear drop shaped leaves appearing at a few of the upper nodes. The shorter, bushier plant seems to have 2 balls growing at the 5th node. Plant 1 (F?): Plant 2 (M?): I've been vegging them on 13.5/10.5 but since last week started shortening their daylight hours and increasing their darkness by 5 minutes for the last week or so (don't want these lot getting too big!) Currently on 13/11. I also suspect it is very early for Thais' to be showing this quick - perhaps this is all too early to tell? Thanks in advance!
  3. https://globalnews.ca/news/4848963/sex-marijuana-cannabis/ St. Louis, Mo., gynecologist Becky Kaufman Lynn faced a problem: her patients wanted her to explain how cannabis affected how they experienced sex, but she wasn’t sure how to answer. “Women would come in and say, ‘My sexual problems are so much better when I smoke marijuana,’ or, ‘My pain is better when I smoke marijuana.'” Lynn, who also teaches at the Saint Louis University medical school, tried to read up on it, but quickly ran into another issue: there has been almost no research into how marijuana affects sex, for better or worse. So she started a study at the clinic. Of the patients who said they had used marijuana prior to sex (about three in 10) two-thirds said it made the experience more pleasurable. Of that group, almost three-quarters said it always made sex more pleasurable. Only one individual said it made sex less pleasurable. “There are a variety of ideas as to why. One is that it lowers your anxiety and stress, it gives you a little bit more confidence in your sexual ability. Or it may slow down your perception of time and heighten sensation.” WATCH: Possible uses of cannabis in treating chronic pain California-based sex educator Ashley Manta finds that cannabis helps get distractions out of the way. “I have had it be really effective for days when my stress level is off the charts and I can’t turn off my brain and I want to just make those spinning gears stop so that I can be present with my partner. Cannabis really helps me get out of my head and actually get present in my body.” Some effects of cannabis — relaxation, euphoria, sensitivity to touch — can be helpful. Too much is too much However, all the experts Global News talked to warned that too much cannabis can derail the experience of sex. Too much causes sedation (or “couch lock”), paranoia and an inward focus that takes attention away from a partner. It can also mean inhibited orgasm and in men, erectile dysfunction. “At really high doses of cannabis, people can withdraw enough into their own head that they essentially forget what they are doing, and it’s no longer a mutual experience, and often just ceases to happen,” warns Boston-based doctor Jordan Tishler. “Sexuality occurs most between the ears. It’s a mental and emotional thing. People get very fixated on genitalia, but that’s only the end result. A lot of things have to go right for it to work.” Manta answered a letter from a straight couple who took massive doses of 120 mg of edibles each. Even the next day, sex was a disaster. The man not only had erectile dysfunction, but in his partner’s words, “couldn’t really feel his nether regions,” while she found it impossible to reach orgasm. “They stayed high into the next day, which is not unheard of for consuming that quantity of THC,” Mantra says. WATCH: Medical Marijuana – The difference between CBD and THC But how much is too much? How much is too much for you? It can be hard to tell for a new user. Manta and Tishler both say it’s a good idea to experiment on yourself a bit first, instead of inflicting a trial-and-error process on a partner. “Then you can make an educated decision about how best to use that response to enhance your sexual experience,” Manta says. Microdosing Manta also suggests “microdosing,” or taking such small amounts that no high is felt. With edibles, this could happen at 2.5 mg or lower. Doses as low as 1 mg aren’t unheard of. “A lot of times, when people push back on combining sex and cannabis, they say, ‘I don’t want to feel high.’ Or ‘I have kids running around – I can’t be high for two hours after smoking.’” “Typically, what that looks like is that you don’t perceive a high, but do notice, perhaps, relief of tension or pain. You’re looking for the absence of something — the absence of anxiety, the absence of whatever it is.” WATCH: Toronto man loses driver’s licence for smoking marijuana Smoking, vaping or edibles? People who dislike smoking often turn to edibles. (While food-form edibles aren’t available yet, oils and gel caps are sold from legal sources across the country.) However, Manta and Tishler both point to disadvantages. For one thing, effects can take hours to kick in; for another, as Manta says, the high when it arrives can be “much more sedate and much more body-heavy.” “An oral product is a bad way to get into this,” Tishler says. “I think it’s a bad way to do it in general. The oral products are very easy to quantify, but their onset is very unpredictable, even for the same person on a different day with the same product.” Also, he points out, a couple who take an edible at the same time may have it kick in at different times. Smoking has the advantage that the user can quickly judge the effects. But it comes with smell and mess, and paired with sex, means that your partner has to be comfortable with intimate contact with someone who’s just been smoking. “Vaping does take a lot of that out,” Manta says. “Vaping is not as odorous as smoking.” For non-smokers, Manta suggests a sublingual approach, or holding oil under the tongue. “That could be an option for somebody who doesn’t want to smoke, but wants to feel effects faster and be able to dose them accurately.” WATCH: First major cannabis expo in Vancouver after legalization Marijuana users have more sex, but it’s not clear why The U.S. National Survey of Family Growth, which studied more than 50,000 people, shows that cannabis users have sex more often than non-users. The results were consistent for both men and women and across all age groups, religions, races and ethnicities, and educational and income levels. They were also repeated across multiple years. It’s not well-understood why, however. The researchers who pointed out the relationship raised the possibility that cannabis users might just be more free-spirited. “Individuals who engage in marijuana use, or would be open about use, might be more psychologically disinhibited in general than those who are not. This also might be reflected in their sex life.” (The scientists had originally set out to find out whether cannabis users had less sex than non-users, which they at first suspected was the case, and called their findings “reassuring.”) Consent Manta also cautions that any noticeable amount of cannabis can complicate consent. “Consent gets left out of the conversation all the time,” Manta says. “As a sexual assault survivor who got my start as a prevention educator, that’s troubling.” “You don’t want to be smoking and all of a sudden be like, ‘Oh, let’s have sex, new person, we’re both stoned!’ And try to negotiate safer sex. No, do that sober.” WATCH: Cannabis and the opioid crisis More research is needed, but it can’t happen in the U.S. As Lynn found, the subject needs more attention from scientists. But as in other areas, prohibition made cannabis hard to study for decades. Manta would like to compare how orgasms with or without cannabis differ, using an fMRI brain scanner. “The main thing is to do a random, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial — which might be hard because if you didn’t get high, you would know you got the placebo,” Lynn says. But all of the American researchers that Global News talked to lamented that research into sex and cannabis (or anything else and cannabis) is nearly impossible to do in the United States. Because cannabis is still federally illegal, research is barred from federal funding. In most of the country, state laws also get in the way. “It’s frustrating, not being able to study it,” says Richard Balon of Wayne State University in Detroit.
  4. Tried a search but got no results, so there it is... Bit delicate, but we're all adults here and i can't imagine this subject hasn't come up before (no pun intended!). Weed and sex. I have an auto strain i like called 'Trainwreck' from Sweet seeds...it's a good strain, but like it's name, it wrecks me and makes me fall asleep quite quickly. Normally, this is a good thing for me because of the bastard insomnia i've suffered with for years...but to be honest, it's not doing my sex life much good! It literally zonks me out and i don't have the energy to 'perform', and end up snoring or monging out on the couch. All this isn't going down too well with the Mrs, so any recommendations for a low THC, energising autoflower that's not going to send me to sleep or dampen down my sex life?
  5. 59fb0770a7c5d-DSCF4226(800x600).jpg

    From the album female seeds

  6. Good evening all, This is my first post in the forum so hello to everyone! I am 6weeks into my first grow and all is going well. I decided instead of throwing them away I'd try my hand at growing my own. So, long story short they're now 6 weeks old, very healthy but I believe starting to show signs that they are in fact... Males. *sobs silently* As soon as I work out how, I'll post some pics up of my grow. Would some experienced grower be able to confirm that I'm seeing small pollen sacs and that my plant is in fact male? For anyone interested my plant is growing in a 25cm pot under a 300w blue CFL with euro reflector. I've been LST the plant for the past 2 weeks and have FIMed the main cola at 5 nodes high. My grow cupboard is sitting at between 22-26°C depending on how warm the house is etc. I've a small desk fan and a bathroom extractor fan for ventilation. Thanks in advance guys, -C
  7. So I have eight fem sensiseed white widows coming up to week eight, fattening up nicely and white as anything and then I have the four unruly kids at the bottom of the tent on week seven, which are barneys fem pineapple chunk. It's my first grow and these lot have been an absolute nightmare in terms of stretching and I have found it really difficult to manage them, which mainly centred around cropping and topping. Badly I think. I shall be doing Dutch Passion Think Different Autos next time. Anyhow, as part of regular inspections for mould, I'm getting a bit concerned that three of them could be hermies and given the chop should hopefully be a couple of weeks away, I would hate to ruin months worth of effort, especially those fat white widow colas. Fecking late I know as well. I can't decide whether there are any balls, though any ball like shapes seem to have pistils coming out them. The other thing is plant 1 had a bad case of light bun, not to mentioning cropping/plant abuse and so I've probabably have stressed the poor thing, which is making me think its gone herme and spread perhaps to the others. I've taken some pics and I would really welcome some advice, as it's driving me nuts. Chop or not to chop?
  8. sexbud kingz 2 5

    From the album Sexbud

    © Height: 80 - 100 cm Flowering time: 8 weeks Seed to Harvest: 75 day 
Harvest: High Taste / Smell: Extremely fruity pineapple/grapefruit aroma

  9. Sexbud

    From the album Sexbud

    Height: 80 - 100 cm Flowering time: 8 weeks Seed to Harvest: 75 day Harvest: High Taste / Smell: Extremely fruity pineapple/grapefruit aroma

    © KingzSHABABA cannaweed.com

  10. male or female ? Photos not the best all taken at node 5 or 6 Need to pot on but would like to save time not potting on males Cheers
  11. Could some one please confirm that Im right about the sex of these 3 plants, never had to sex a plant from seed before. They are chuckys bride 4 weeks old from seed and just starting to alternate nodes, the first 2 suspected males showed preflowers a few days ago and much lower down on the stem and more frequent. Also the suspected female is at least as tall as the larger male. Suspected male #1 Suspected male #2 Closer Suspected female Possible start of a pistil on this one I hope Any opinions on these would be appreciated as Id rather get rid of the males now before I pot up and im a bit worried about them dropping pollen bombs in the groom, or am I to early yet?
  12. Blues sexing