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  1. Well, hasn't it been a while? During the last 4-5 months i've been living a constant hell, between anger and suicidal thoughts. Our political and economical situation (Italy) hasn't been the greatest, and my personal situation was just pure shit, 100% DOP. Without the possibility to grow marijuana for research and, well, fun purposes - legally speaking - i had my head wrapped in a constant anxiety status and migraines, other than the feel i've been useless for my whole life (which isn't that long, but hey, we all gotta start somewhere). Been talking to a friend about this, and while he didn't understand possibly 90% of my situation, he did propose me a good trip to Nepal. Of course, you can't rely on promises in our "western" world, so i've passed 3 months planning and replanning trips as he kept changing our destination. At one point, i had enough. I had to leave, i had to run from my town. At least for a while. Enough time to clean my mind and body of all the shit i've been living these days. I took my decision. Departed on 19th Feb, Destination Kathmandu, more precisely Phutung Village, in Nepal. Possibly one of the poorest countries worldwide. Volunteering in an orphan home. Reconnecting with humanity, and of course nature at its purest state. Arrived on the 20th, afraid as fuck, i find my contacts waiting me out of the airport. We take the taxi, and the driver, Surya, explains me in a very poor english what the situation in Nepal is. The people, the economics, everything that i "should" know about Nepal or, at least, of where i'm headed. Needless to say, i got even more scared, with my initial thoughts passing between "Oh that's beautiful" to "Holy shit where the fuck have i landed". We arrive at our "home", which is a flat of approximately 15sq mts, shared toilet and no kitchen. Yes, i've been shitting in squat toilets for nearly 3 weeks, now. God help me. The first thing you notice about Kathmandu is the extreme pollution going on in the city. Dust and Air pollution make the people live in a constant grey fog, wearing masks even in their own home. The second thing you notice is that there is no garbage collection. Anywhere. The whole place is an open dump, and i still haven't understood if this is because there is no time to think about it (after the 2015's earthquake, the city is in a constant renewal situation), or if it has its roots in their culture. Anyway, no matter where you are (city, village, nature), you throw away your trash at the side of the streets. Huge pity, as the view is astonishing, and people grow food in this situation (with trash in grown fields). The third thing, which is possibly the best about Nepal, is that people here are kind, generous, friendly to anyone, local or foreigner. There is no concept of violence among each other, to Nepali people we're all brothers from different mothers. There is also no concept of "tomorrow". People live their lifes as if it was their last day on earth. Which is possibly what changed me, in these 3 weeks, to an atomic level. Nepali weed is, unfortunately, horrible. Most "grow operations" are conducted on the side of streets, and without care of male/female separation. Taste is good, but to roll one joint, it may take you up to 10 minutes, as removing all the seeds is a hellish pain. 99% of the weed you find here is Sativa dominant, but because of its non-separation of males and females, the high is very similar to an old, abandoned, moroccan hashish (slow and chilly, no buzz whatsoever). Ganja costs 1000 rupies per 60 grams (around 9 euros for the current change). I wonder why. The best ganja i've smoked in these 3 weeks is something that resembles a Mango Haze. To make a comparison, to get the same high you get with European weed, you'd need to smoke around 4 full joints of this. Apart from this, i've lived possibly the greatest festival ever celebrated in Nepal: Shivaratri. And this year, out of any luck, it was the greatest in 80 years. Shivaratri consist, of course, in celebrating Shiva, and it means that all Nepal can smoke weed, hashish, and drink weed-milk tea for the whole day. In Pashupatinat's temple, you'll see the nucleus of the festival, with monks dancing naked and high on hashish (Yes, Naked. Dicks flip-flopping allover the place), tourists and locals getting high and dancing and singing, and every possibile food you can imagine (local only, though). There was also a fireplace which smelled like burned pig, and i later found out they burn dead people in that fire. My friend took some photos of that, with one photo clearly showing someone's leg on fire. During the last 5 days, i got Traveler's diarrhea (fun times), and i seriously thought i was in danger as i spent more time on the toilet than sleeping. Luckily, my body adapted and i'm now back to jumping and screaming. Lastly, my 11 brothers here are crazy kids, ranging from 5 to 12 year old. Their only toys are 2 spinning tops and a Nintendo 64, other than a ball that resembles more a Rugby ball than a football one. What kills me about them, other than the conditions they live in (and love to live in), is their school system: completely fucked up. A 5 year old kid will get the same program as a 15 year old boy, meaning he'll be forced to solve physics equations, while the 15 year old guy may be asked to solve 3+7 for his exams. Now, i'm sitting on my wooden bed, writing you this message with a wifi that relys on the super-unreliable electricity, coming and going every 15-20 minutes. As soon as i'll have time, or possibly when i'll be back, i'll post some pictures. Until then, stay safe, smoke and enjoy your life. You truly got one, don't waste it on thinking about other's opinions. You are the god of your own life. Peace!! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ok, now it's really been a while. Woken up by a 4.1 Mag Quake, today is the first day Internet came back up. As soon as i got this chance, i thought of updating the thread. I got some news. It's been a week of "Hunting", or how the locals call the "Let's go search for some weed". I got my package of bad luck, but in the end, through persistance, i got my prize. I managed to get contacts with a grower, 42km north of my position, which is currently Phutung Village. Got there and bought some weed. 1500 rupies (14 euros) for almost 50 grams of True Nepalese Himalayan Weed. I also managed to get some data out of it: they grow it from July to April, and while the climate during winter is pretty harsh (i've been living, in february, +25° day +6° night), the plants adapted and survive the cold periods. They dry the product for 2 weeks, and then they store it in pots, instead of jars. Unfortunately, they don't separate males from females, but so far it's a decent price to pay for some really good weed. The weed i have bought is 1 year old from harvest, and the colours have long vanished (i guess from exposure to different temperatures, and overall a poor curing condition), but not the high.. Which is long lasting, and changes from an active high (the first 30-40 minutes) to a very chilly and stoney high (the next 2 hours). In 2 grams of weed, you can find around 5 good, developed seeds, and 10-15 bad, burned, or undeveloped seeds. From the look of it, it's a 100% sativa strain, with very hairy flowers, but not as compact as an indica would be. Maybe there has been some crossing with other genetics, but so far all the weed i managed to get around here is (and feels like) a sativa. Again, i still can't upload pictures, as i lack the correct equipment to (and internet connection is really, really unstable). As soon as i'll get back, i'll post some pics. Meanwhile, the earthquake hasn't provoked any damage in my area, as it happened around 60km south from me, but the shake lasted around 4 seconds, and it made my ass jump (while sitting on the floor). Bouncy. Here things proceed as usual. I managed to find an italian furnace, making Pizza! My stomach is safe. Catch you in some time. Stay safe you all. Peace! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Managed to get some images. The view from the upper hill. Drained river, and Kathmandu slowly eating the valley. Sorry for the tilt. Wonder why the electricity's coming and going faster than the galaxy moving through space.. 8months old Himalayan Gold. Great smoke so far. Peace!
  2. Big thanks for the gift I gone grow the great white shark there is no seeds in the paket of doctor is empty But i win a lot of seed in the last contest so if is good for you that i grow the great white is good for me so is no waste of seeds I like the great white shark and my dog name is charky 😁
  3. Hi guys I may be flying to Brasil to meet some of my friends to party. I promised them I would bring some american weed, since in brasil stuff is usually pressed. I was thinking of bringing a half o (14 grams). I was planning to Wrap 1 gram on a piece of a plastic bag and burn the end so it would be sealed, and swallow it. So two questions: Would i get caught, and could swallowing 14 baggies of gram each (separatly) be harmful for me because of the plastic.
  4. Hi everyone! I live in Colorado and I've been in the cannabis industry for about 7 years now. I've held all sorts of jobs and know my way around, however I've always struggled when it came to writing my resume for medical marijuana (now recreational as well). Then this past month my company announced they were going out of business at the end of the year so I was like OH NO!! But luckily I stumbled upon a website called Marijuana Resumes and that saved my life! I worked with the owner and for only $65 he wrote me an awesome resume that helped me to land an even better job with a better company. In fact I got my new job within a WEEK of working with him! So I wanted to get online and share my experience with others who might be in a similar circumstance. I would highly recommend Marijuana Resumes if you can spare the cost. It was totally worth the peace of mind for me! Here is a link: http://marijuanaresumes.com
  5. Strain hunters! I'm in South East Asia and I got my hands on some sativa seeds. Just the local brickweed. IDK maybe I can find some in the jungle or something, but there's lions lol jp. I been trying to get access to find plants and take pics, but for a good reason everyone is paranoid. Especially when it's a white guy in a place where I stick out like a sore thumb. Anyone like these strains?
  6. Hello, I'm from Lebanon, a cannabis lover and grower with more than 8 years of experience. I have created my first strain "Lebanese Haze", a very potent heavy yielding & needs around 8 weeks to flower. Cheers from Lebanon
  7. First of all, I am from Japan and cannabis (hemp) has been part of our lives for centuries until after the WW2. Due to the pre-existance of cannabis on the volcanic island, I thought Japan would be a great place to find some interesting genetics. Especially in the southern islands of Japan (Okinawa, and the rest of the little island surround it) because of the weather condition and rich volcanic soil which is a perfect condition for cannabis to grow. What does everyone else think??? Yukiman
  8. I just found this at a local head-shop near me: Global Marijuana March in Stuttgart Saturday, 07 May 2016, begins at 13 o'clock at the Börsenplatz! I'll see you there!
  9. I understand from the News that the family of Bob Marley in combination with an investment firm - "Privateer Investments" is planning to begin marketing internationally a variety of Jamaican strains called Bob Marley Naturals. I expect that it will be only the seeds that could be shipped. Does anyone know what kind of strains these will be? And is GHS/SH helping out with the development? Will GHS/SH also carry these varieties?
  10. Hello Strainhunters and fans! I love the documentaries. My name is Matthew, I recently quit my real job and headed to Denver to start a small business giving cannabis tours in my 62 split window VW microbus. The green rush is on!! The herb out here in Denver is stellar, and the dispensaries can barely keep up with the demand. Denver is an excellent example of the benefits cannabis provides for the people, and for the economy.
  11. Hey guys this is my first test grow and my baby is about 3 weeks old. At first all the stems were green but then as the plant grows the lower leaf stems turn deep purple but main stalk remains green. She was on a 1/2 nutrient solution in a DWC. As soon as I noticed change I put her strait back to ph'ed water and calmag solution. since then nothing has changed but she still looks healthy to me and continues to grow normally. If you guys could explain what is going on that would be appreciated oh and the strain name was Sour Lemon started from seed. Thanks a lot!!!
  12. St Vincent back yard grow! Exodus Cheese and Trainwreck, Vegged indoors, flowering out! Progress so far! Powder feeding. Follow me on Instagram @pureleano
  13. This forum is very helpfull for me, i like To participate...even to learn better growing marijuana.
  14. i'm a growner in Spain, thanx to all, i found this forum very helpfull. Here's my little setup: Bye bye
  15. They are about two weeks old I believe. Lmk how I'm doing guys. Any advice is appreciated
  16. Hello there, I come here with a question about smuggling cannabis. Is it posible for a normal sized man to swollow up to 60 grams+/- of buds wrapped in plastic/condoms without the product taking any harm or the product ending up tasting like shit?
  17. This might not sound like the most glamorous destination, but cannabis grows abundantly throughout the Heartland. Feral population of marijuana can be found in Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Illinois. In just a short drive, someone with a keen set of eyes should be able to pick out a few plants. Locally known as Ditchweed, wild cannabis is widely regarded as schwag with little to no thc. This seems to be supported by studies done by law enforcement: http://www.briancbennett.com/charts/fed-data/thc-content/thc-content-ditchweed.htm However, on some forums this is debated, with some stating hash can be made from the large quantities of easily available weed. Since I became interested in the subject matter a few years back, I have kept an eye out for endemic populations of the plant. I have personally witnessed a great degree of phenotypic variation among wild varieties, with all of the main profiles being expressed: distinctly short, ruderalis-esque shrubs, tall, cord-like sativa trees (hemp?), and the squat, broad-leaved indicas. This leads me to believe that no one single landrace dominates the midwest/hearland area; modern cannabis found throughout the area are the descendants of older populations. Although the most frequently expressed phenotype is the branched & bushy DITCHWEED, which is the dominate hybrid of the region, the possibility exists of unique and useful genotypes that have existed in isolation and harken back to earlier populations of historical importance. From what I know of cannabis' history in this area, there have been several distinct phases in which it was introduced for specific reasons: Originally introduced in the American Civil War (1860's) as a source of fiber for cordage. This would have been entirely hemp. Cannabis was a common ingredient in medical syrups used to treat colds, etc. (1900's) What type of genotype was used for these traditional medicinals? I had to be characteristically different from the hemp used earlier, but where did these new plants come from? Selective breeding or introduced? Cannabis/hemp production was again supported and encouraged by the government. This fiber was used for robe aboard our naval vessels during WWII. (1940-50) Were these crops reintroduced from the remnants of Civil War era fields? During the 70's the US government launched into the War on Drugs and eradication of wild cannabis goes into high effect. In the 1980's-90's domestic growers began to wise-up on the science behind marijuana. It is my personal belief that prior to this point, most of the smoked weed was imported from Mexico or Cali and not produced locally. With the increase of knowledge growers began importing high-potency and exotic phenotype strains - kush and autoflowering could have been introduced into the age-old genepool. Present day - after all of the successive generations of cannabis grown in the American Midwest, what is the result? Despite the double-edged selective pressures of law enforcement and eager tokers, endemic marijuana continues to thrive! Although outdoor grows considered to be 'successful' wouldn't contribute to the local genetics due to their harvest, they could indirectly produce offspring if the buds were somewhat seeded, the seeds then being planted during following grow seasons. Also, discard seed from high-potency strains grown afar could contribute to the hybridization of established populations. As I said above, I have seen wild plants that have run the gamut in terms of their physical traits. Could Strain Hunters help shed some light on our fields of green here in central USA? To my knowledge there has never been a study of the genetic makeup of 'ditchweed,' so why is it so commonly dismissed? Seriously, this stuff grows everywhere around here but no one has looked into why that might be. I would love to see these local plants analyzed for their CBD, CBG, CBC, etc. content but our government has taken to shutting down the legitimate labs that would do so. Also, have there been any unique mutations or isolated breeding populations that exist that may be of interest? Considering the potential genetic history the plant has to draw from, plus the rich topsoil and hot summer months over countless generations, wild possibilities exist.
  18. I have 7 seedlings that have brown and white spots. Wanna buy bites but not sure. They are about 2 weeks from putting seed in soil. Let me know what you think it is., and what should i do... All help is appreciated. Growing in Hawaii outdoors
  19. Hey question to anyone who can answer im gettin ready to start growing hydroponically with a superroom grow tent an im going to use the 16 plant system, is space going to be a significant factor or is there going to be no problem at all?
  20. Besides being a beautiful country for Strain hunters to visit... Marijuana may soon be decriminalized in Belize and the strict penalty for being found with even small amounts of the drug may be greatly mitigated. Minister of Police and Public Safety, Doug Singh, told The Reporter that the initiative is coming from his ministry, which is being assisted by a few persons outside. The Ministry is currently preparing a paper that will be presented to Cabinet, Singh explained. He said that in the first instance, his ministry is looking at decriminalizing a small quantity, and if Cabinet approves, police will no longer charge persons, who are found with the decriminalized amount. That Belizean Sativa (Pure) Needs to be on strain hunters The exact amount has not been agreed on as yet, but Singh said that he is looking at decriminalizing between 5 to 7 grams. Singh said that persons who are caught with the specific decriminalized amount will be given a ticket to pay a small fine, but there will be no locking down of persons caught with a small amount of marijuana. The Police Minister also added that after a certain period of time, persons who are charged criminally for marijuana will have their record wiped clean. Belizean Breeze sensamilla Sounds Delicious to me

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