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Neville’s Haze

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Hunters Bar

Origin

Sativa Hybrid � Bio grown (AB-SG reminded me that I reviewed one of these strains earlier but I couldn’t find it on the S-Guide site� even with “SEARCH”!)

Dark orange hairs are everywhere amongst these dark green (bordering on brown-green) buds. The buds have compact calyx-clusters, dusted heavily with THC inna Snail Trail fashion. (Looks like a snail crawled over it leaving a glue-like substance all over.) Beyond the Snail Trail , the texture of this weed looks like hairy spider legs! So “fuzzy” when you look at it up close, it makes you know there’s a crystal-covered danger waiting to be smoked!

Smell

Hazey, spice-sandalwood scent. (Not as medicinal as some previous strains in this family.) There must�ve been a hole in my Vrip Valoon vapour-bag cos as this “vaPOURED” out of the bag the whole house began to smell of Haze. This scent is so rich and multi-layered it literally triggers bizarre memories in your head. “What kind of memories” you ask? To each his own; for me it was a memory of my father’s stash of Maui Wowie back in the day�

Taste

In a dry hit off of a joint, the flav is actually like a dried celery leaf, mixed with sage. Moments like these prove that cannabis is truly natural; akin to many of the plants we use for cooking and holistic medicine. Since you are sitting in Hunters Bar to begin with, you may as well order a Bloody Mary and you will not be disappointed with the flava sensation.

Effects

This gear mashes your head! You feel UP after a few hits! The kinda smoke you wanna chuck on Groove Armada’s “Superstylin�” full blast and bounce around the room! The FX are visually impairing!

Overall

Neville’s Haze is always great but the Hunter’s Bar / Coin supply is one o� the finest in ages� while many shops are hording their good stuff for the Cannabis Cup 2005, Hunters Bar ain’t holding back� most def!

Origin, Look, Smell and effects of Neville’s Haze – Bushdocs Fieldnotes: Neville’s Haze is always great but the Hunter’s Bar / Coin supply is one o� the finest in ages� while many shops are hording their good stuff for the Cannabis Cup 2005, Hunters Bar ain’t holding back� most def!

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call of duty weed

Call of duty weed

does somebody knows if I could still get it somehow? unfortunately I had not enough money to purchase it when it was available and now it’s gone from the store… I will appreciate a lot if somebody could help me

Yes just go on the armory and look for the chronic rytec amr

The golem skin is bugged in this bundle.

When you wear this and walk around or jump, it makes noise. The noise is something like a spandex legging rubbing to each other. People can hear me coming while using this skin since the sound is louder than the footsteps.

If you got this skin, let a friend confirm it. I am 100% this is the case. However this was not always the case, it happend like 1 month ago.

FIX THE BUG. I bought just for rytec for warzone and explosive rounds do not work. First time I ever spend money on the game and this shit happens….

They are not explosive rounds. They are dismemberment with smoke effect.

This is dopppeeeeee

Also an important thing to note that the Rytec AMR is still bugged. The bug that happens is when you equip the blueprint and try to change the rounds ( Explosive or the other one) it doesn’t change the rounds at all.

Also important. Always clean out your pipe after every use.

This whole weed thing is cringe AF.

I think it’s pretty sick.

Yeah its super nice, glad they’re actually cool with it

i couldnt have said it better

The blood splatter is also a pot leaf

So waiting for Blunt Force to come back with the sick P90. Dope Skin. 🔥

The more you know:

Humboldt is a county in California. It’s pretty famous for it’s legal weed manufacturing

Chronic is a type of marijuana strain

Sublime is a common color for marijuana, but it could also mean a leading marijuana manufacturing company in California.

Doobie is slang for a joint

I don’t think I need to explain “High rider”

I want to believe that “High Ground” is a star wars reference.

“The Dankness” is a reference to the word “dank”. Although it is more common next to the word “Memes”, it originated as a term to describe good weed.

The more you know quite interesting! Thanks for the little facts about this bundle 👍

Oh yeah! The operator blows smoke and the sniper rifle not only has dismemberment effect, but also smoke comes out of the bullet hole 🕳 💨
Vehicles also leave a trail of smoke

The advertising picture also says something about the watch, anyone know what’s so special about it?

Blunt Force II Light 'Em Up! – Call of Duty Operators & Identity Item Bundle in the Store. Check which items are in this mw wz pack and what it costs.

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marley genetics

Increased persistent Na+ current contributes to seizure in the slamdance bang-sensitive Drosophila mutant

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  • 1 Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom.
  • PMID: 21451059
  • PMCID: PMC3129721
  • DOI: 10.1152/jn.00808.2010

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Increased persistent Na+ current contributes to seizure in the slamdance bang-sensitive Drosophila mutant

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  • 1 Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom.
  • PMID: 21451059
  • PMCID: PMC3129721
  • DOI: 10.1152/jn.00808.2010

Abstract

There is clinical need to extend the understanding of epilepsy and to find novel approaches to treat this condition. Bang-sensitive (bs) Drosophila mutants, which exhibit reduced thresholds for seizure, offer an attractive possibility to combine tractable genetics, electrophysiology, and high-throughput screening. However, despite these advantages, the precise electrophysiological aberrations that contribute to seizure have not been identified in any bs mutant. Because of this, the applicability of Drosophila as a preclinical model has not yet been established. In this study, we show that electroshock of bs slamdance (sda) larvae was sufficient to induce extended seizure-like episodes. Whole cell voltage-clamp recordings from identified motoneurons (termed aCC and RP2) showed synaptic currents that were greatly increased in both amplitude and duration. Current-clamp recordings indicated that these inputs produced longer-lived plateau depolarizations and increased action potential firing in these cells. An analysis of voltage-gated currents in these motoneurons, in both first and third instar larvae, revealed a consistently increased persistent Na(+) current (I(Nap)) and a reduced Ca(2+) current in first instar larvae, which appeared normal in older third instar larvae. That increased I(Nap) may contribute to seizure-like activity is indicated by the observation that feeding sda larvae the antiepileptic drug phenytoin, which was sufficient to reduce I(Nap), rescued both seizure-like episode duration and synaptic excitation of motoneurons. In contrast, feeding of either anemone toxin, a drug that preferentially increases I(Nap), or phenytoin to wild-type larvae was sufficient to induce a bs behavioral phenotype. Finally, we show that feeding of phenytoin to gravid sda females was sufficient to both reduce I(Nap) and synaptic currents and rescue the bs phenotype in their larval progeny, indicating that a heightened predisposition to seizure may arise as a consequence of abnormal embryonic neural development.

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Phenytoin (PHY) both reduces I Nap in motoneurons and rescues seizure. A :…

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PHY rescues the SRC amplitude and duration in sda larvae. A : SRC…

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Seizure severity correlates with the ratio of I Nap to I Nat .…

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Maternal feeding of PHY reduces the ratio of I Nap to I Nat…

There is clinical need to extend the understanding of epilepsy and to find novel approaches to treat this condition. Bang-sensitive (bs) Drosophila mutants, which exhibit reduced thresholds for seizure, offer an attractive possibility to combine tractable genetics, electrophysiology, and high-throug …

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gorilla glue 5

Potlander

Strain Review: Gorilla Glue #5 by Devil’s Lettuce

Strain: Gorilla Glue #5
Parentage: Gorilla Glue #1 x Gorilla Glue #4
Breeder: GG Strains
Grower: Devil’s Lettuce
Cannabinoid Content: 21.2% THC

If we’re going to talk about Gorilla Glue #5, then we need to first talk about its proud parent Gorilla Glue #4. And to do that, we need to introduce a grower by the name of Josey Whales, who is widely recognized as the steward of modern cannabis’s happiest accident.

One morning, Whales entered his flower room to discover male pollen sacks growing from a female Chem’s Sister plant. He noticed that a nearby Sour Dubb plant had been dusted with pollen, and when the crop came down, he kept the seeds.

A year later, he tested out the happenstance genetics, but like their hermaphroditic father, the female offspring also produced male pollen sacks and an entire stadium grow grew to seed.

“I was pissed,” writes Whales in a widely quoted forum post. “I got rid of all of it to a friend, marrdog.”

Cutting his losses, Whales wanted nothing more to do with the experimental cross.

Luckily, his buddy Marrdog felt differently and took a gamble on the seeds, and what resulted changed cannabis forever: out of the four seeds germinated, three were viable females; and the plant labeled #4 was the “clear winner,” as Whales puts it.

So they kept the strain around, growing larger and larger batches of #4 clones. Subsequently, Gorilla Glue, named for the strain’s tendency to gunk up scissors during harvest, was born.

And the infant had legs, captivating the cannabis community overnight—winning numerous cup competitions and accruing an equally numerous collection of coveted industry accolades.

What’s more, Gorilla Glue #4 lived up to the hype. Medical patients were won over by the strain’s ability to treat pain without necessitating a nap. Connoisseurs flocked to the huge diesel aroma and potent-but-balanced hybrid high.

On the burgeoning dispensary circuit, a shop’s inventory wasn’t complete until a jar of GG4 held a spot on the shelf.

But the hype outpaced availability, and soon GG4 knockoffs and opportunistic crosses diluted the name in a hasty cash grab.

Nowadays, hundreds if not thousands of strains claiming a Glue lineage pepper the market. Some are great, others forgettable, and still more may have nothing to do with the original genetics.

The overall impact of iffy reliability was a reduced consumer confidence in Glue strains—a side effect of popularity that Whales and his Nevada-based breeding company GG Strains hope to eliminate with a more controlled approach to the release of their new and future strains, like Gorilla Glue #5.

A cross of GG1 and GG4, GG5 most resembles the family’s Sour Dubb heritage, while upping the yield and potency of the #4.

From a consumer perspective, it’s absolutely gorgeous weed. As grown by Portland-based cannabis manufacturer Devil’s Lettuce, GG5 is all candied blues and greens to the eyes; diesel-soaked leather and burnt rubber to the nose. It’s a fuel-strain lovers perfect pot.

The high is strong and long, centering and sleepy, stoning and blissful. Though this example of GG5 tests at a moderate 21.2% THC, the loud, terpinolene-dominant terpene profile ups the psychoactivity by cloudy leaps.

This tsunami strength translates to a less-social frame of mind, and seems more appropriate for meditation and introspection than hanging out with, well, anyone other than your TV. The reason being: GG5 tends to blunt emotional experiences and general reaction times, favoring a tranquil distance from mental highs and lows—which is great for when you’re alone, but not for when you need to hold down your end of a conversation.

The upside here is that emotional distance can be exactly what a person needs to rationally approach whatever it is that life throws their way.

From a medical perspective, GG5 is most appropriate as a sedative and sleep aid—goodbye, insomnia!—but it doesn’t seem to do much for pain like other heavy indicas of its class.

Compared to GG4, GG5 lacks the happy mental stimulation and sativa head space of its famed parent—opting for a more cohesive high that’s very good at doing one thing: chilling a person out.

All things considered, GG5 is a must-try for fuel lovers and fans of the original GG4, and a great option for anyone looking for stress relief and help getting to bed at night.

Potlander Strain Review: Gorilla Glue #5 by Devil’s Lettuce Strain: Gorilla Glue #5 Parentage: Gorilla Glue #1 x Gorilla Glue #4 Breeder: GG Strains Grower: Devil’s Lettuce

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weed austin tx

weed delivery in Austin, TX

Where to Buy Weed in Austin, TX?

Considering that Austin hasn’t passed medical and recreational marijuana legislation, this would require the state’s legislature to establish medical and recreational cannabis laws, as well as pass laws concerning the cultivation, processing, and sale of hemp. There are numerous places where you can purchase it. However, you can hardly be sure in the quality of your weed. How to protect yourself and find the best price-quality deal without making too much efforts?

Consider marijuana delivery: it is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to get high quality cannabis for a reasonable price. Potlala offers you more than just weed; this online service allows you to select best organic and licensed products with cannabis and to get them delivered discreet to your home or office.

How to Get Weed in Austin?

With Potlala, you can get access to the wide variety of high-grade marijuana products available in Austin, TX. Buy online to save time and avoid troubles!

Important: Potlala does not deliver cannabis products to school, college or university-belonging territories or other public places that have appropriate restrictions.

If it is your first order, you have a chance to get a special 10$ discount! Just use the code AUSTINTXDISCOUNT during your checkout and get a price cut.

Watch Out, There Is Low Quality Weed in Austin!

You cannot be sure in the quality of your cannabis unless you check the results of the independent lab testing. However, there are no licensed manufacturers in Austin at the moment. When you purchase weed from them, you step on the thin ice.

Potlala cooperates with brands that understand that quality is not something that can be compromised, so they are willing to pay for independent tests to gain the customer`s trust. Order delivery from Potlala and stay on the safe side!

In order to become a customer, you only need to be 18 or older. There are no other restrictions except those, which regulate the way you get your cannabis experience: no use in public places, no driving afterwards, and keeping weed away from children and teenagers.

Potlala offers weed delivery in Austin, TX. Order weed online in Austin, TX and get the best cannabis products delivered to you.

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dutch passion seeds usa

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How to Graft or Clone Blueberries

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Blueberries (Vaccinium spp.) are a popular home garden plant for the healthful berries they produce, as well as their ornamental characteristics. They can be grown in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 to 10, though not all varieties are suitable for all zones. However, the same propagation methods can be used on any type of blueberry. Unlike most fruit trees, which require the relatively complex procedure of grafting to reproduce them, blueberries are cloned by the simple process of taking softwood cuttings.

Locate a healthy, disease-free blueberry bush that is known to produce good quality fruit. Select a long straight stem and remove it using sterilized garden pruners. Remove the leaves and divide the stem into cuttings of 4 to 6 inches in length. Older wood that is over one-half inch in diameter should be discarded, as well as wood from the tip of the branch that is less than one-eighth inch in diameter. The best results will be from wood that is still green, known as “softwood.”

Mix equal parts peat moss and perlite for use as a rooting medium and fill the pots. These materials are usually available in garden centers. Wet the medium thoroughly and tamp gently to remove air pockets.

Place up to four cuttings in each pot, being sure that they are oriented in the same direction as they were on the plant they came from. Upside down cuttings will not root. It is important that at least one leaf “node” is below the rooting medium and one is above. The leaf nodes are the small protrusions along the stem that the leaves grow from. This is important because roots will form at any nodes in the rooting medium and new leaves will grow from the upper nodes.

Cut the top 4 inches off the plastic bottle and place the bottom section upside down over the cuttings inside each pot. Push the edge of the bottle down into the rooting medium to form an enclosure over the cuttings like a tiny greenhouse. This holds moisture in the air around the cuttings to prevent them from drying out while they are forming roots. Locate the pots in a warm sunny window, but away from extreme afternoon heat.

Mist the cuttings once a day and check for growth. They should start to push out new leaves within two to three weeks. If the top of the cutting turns brown and appears dead, it should be removed. This will likely occur with at least 20 to 30 percent of the cuttings, even under the best conditions.

Transplant cuttings to individual gallon size pots after 1 to 2 inches of new growth has occurred from the top of the stem. The new top growth indicates that sufficient roots have developed to sustain the plant; this usually occurs within one to three months. Allow the new plants to develop for a full growing season before planting in a permanent location in the garden.

How to Graft or Clone Blueberries. Blueberries (Vaccinium spp.) are a popular home garden plant for the healthful berries they produce, as well as their ornamental characteristics. They can be grown in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 to 10, though not all varieties are suitable for all zones. …

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kush lollipops

Killer Kush Lollipops

It’s October. And Halloween is only 30 days away. Which got me thinking that I need to make those Cannabis Infused Lollipops I mastered last year, because Halloween is not just for kids and all the 21 and up trick or treaters love these cannabis infused lollipops.

What you’ll need:

  • 2 lollipop molds, I bought this skull one from Party City
  • lollipop sticks, also available in the same store.
  • 1 pack of Jello of color and flavor of your choice.
  • 1/2 stick CannaButter (Cannabis Infused Butter).
  • 3/4 cup white sugar.
  • 1/2 cup light corn syrup.
  • Nonstick cooking spray aka Pam.
  • cooking pot.

Instructions:

  1. Spray your lollipop molds with non stick cooking spray generously.
  2. On the stove top with your cooking pot over a low-medium flame mix the sugar, corn syrup and CannaButter together stirring frequently until the sugar dissolves completely and starts to boil like this:
  3. At that moment look at the time. (Be patient you don’t want to ruin the butter by turning up the heat.)
  4. Add the Jello of your choice and mix constantly for exactly 7 minutes. It’s going to seem lie the longest 7 minutes of your life but it’s totally worth it!
  5. And here’s where mastery comes in. (my first time was a disaster) Pour your liquid candy into your already cooking sprayed lollipop molds.
  6. The lollipops will get firm pretty fast and so when it starts hardening add your lollipop sticks.
  7. A few minutes later they will be totally solid and your done! Take them out the molds and enjoy!

Hope you all have a great Halloween! And as always stay lit fam!

because Halloween is not just for kids and all the 21 and up trick or treaters love these cannabis infused lollipops.

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hibiscus marijuana

Hibiscus marijuana

from the December 5, 2010 Newsletter issued from Hacienda Chichen Resort beside Chichén Itzá Ruins, central Yucatán, MÉXICO
KENAF THE WONDER PLANT
About 10 kms north of Pisté, on the south side of the little Maya village of Xokempiich, something came up I’d not seen elsewhere: A much-branched, herbaceous bush about ten feet tall (3 m) with stiff stems and palmately compound leaves looking a lot like those of Marihuana plants, but with large, deep-burgundy, hibiscus-type flowers. You can see the whole thing above.

A side view of a five-inch-across blossom (13 cm) is shown below:

A view inside the blossom showing typical hibiscus-flower anatomy — stamens with filament bases uniting into a cylindrical staminal column surrounding the slender style, the style topped by five spreading style-branches, each tipped with a fuzzy stigma — is below:

After pollination, the corollas fall off leaving behind ovaries which mature into nearly spherical fruits enveloped by stiff, bristly sepals, as seen below:

Most of the world knows this plant, probably native to southern Asia, as Kenaf, which is a Persian name. Among its English names are Brown Hibiscus, Hemp Hibiscus, Bimli, Ambary and Deccan Hemp. It’s HIBISCUS CANNABINUS, an old Linnaeus name, so even Linnaeus thought that vegetatively it looks like Marijuana/ Cannabis. By the way, vegetatively it also looks like the Okra plant. While Kenaf isn’t related to Marijuana, it turns out that Okra is indeed a close cousin. The most common Kenaf cultivar appears to be white-flowered, but other colors, such as our burgundy one, are planted.

Once again we’ve stumbled onto a plant I’ve never heard of but, once the name was known, Googling the name revealed that I’d found a famous, very important species. If you want to see a web page effusively enthusiastic about Kenaf (“Kenaf. enables the papermaker to stop using Old Growth Forest trees for paper pulp” and “Kenaf — The Fiber That Can Change The World!”) go to http://www.solarentrep.com/kenaf_home.htm.

On that page you’ll see that Kenaf’s fiber makes good paper, rope, carpet backing and burlap. Silage made with it for livestock consumption has a high protein rating, ranging from 16 to 23%.

Hibiscus marijuana from the December 5, 2010 Newsletter issued from Hacienda Chichen Resort beside Chichén Itzá Ruins, central Yucatán, MÉXICO KENAF THE WONDER PLANT About 10 kms north of

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lemon cheese strain

Lemon cheese strain

Pretty sure I got the same stuff literally as someone else who wrote a review for this LOL 🤣. Got some franco’s lemon cheese from Boston area. Fantastic strain in pretty much every way. Sativa dominant but definitely a kick of indica for me. Not a super cerebral sativa though that some find a bit racey, just well balanced. Flavor is spot on. Lemony with a little of that cheese funk at the end. Super smooth and super potent smelling and tasting. They did franco proud with it and luckily I got some that was grown extremely well!

This strain is fantastic. Flavor is mostly lemon with a hint of that cheese funk near the end. Super smooth smoke. Definitely creeps on the sativa side more for me from that super lemon haze but you get some of that indica from the cheese in the background. Only thing I should mention I’m pretty sure I got the same stuff from the guy who said he got in Boston for 280 a z too! 😆🤣.

Franco’s Lemon Cheese. Lemon, Earthy Lemon, Open the bag ( see photo of 3 nugs ). a gorgeous bud just to admire, Grind these beautiful soft nuggets and release more lemony, earthy with slight stone fruit undertones very light skunk Lighting it up, the smoke is rich, very smooth and of course lemon exhale and very slighty skunk on the nose, smooth light inhale. heavier on the exhale. a really beautiful smoking bud, high coming on a little creep of euphoria. tingling 10 mintues in in full buzz mode relaxing, feeling great. mellow high only smoked half as joint so far. feels like a great day time high, def some energy and focus. could be a good strain for ADHD 280 a Z – Black Market – Boston area

Excellent strain with phenomenal terpene production. It’s stimulating and uplifting. It’s one of favorite strains to grow. And for the other commenter, it is excellent in edible form. One of my favorite daytime strains.

Got this from my local dispensary. What a unique smell and very sticky. The smell is hard to put into words honestly but very unique and incredible. Tastes fresh and what a great euphoric and energizing vibe I got from this. Definitely be a staple in my day smoking grind. Might be interesting to throw this strain into some edible cookies. Cheers!

Lemon Cheese is a slightly sativa dominant hybrid strain (60% sativa/40% indica) created through crossing the classic Exodus Cheese X Super Lemon Haze strains. In terms of flavor, the name “Lemon Cheese” says it all. This baby packs a sweet and sour lemony flavor with a rich pungent cheese exhale…