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Mexican brick weed

Nah, we don’t need his shitty brickweed.

A type of cannabis product: female marijuana plants that have been dried and pressed into bricks or blocks for transportation or preservation.

Usually refers to female marijuana plants that have been cultivated outdoors in commercial quantities using basic agricultural techniques. This method of production results in low THC content and the presence of numerous seeds due to pollination by any male plants that are present.

Often originates from, and uses varieties of marijuana (Indigenous Land Races, or ILRs) indigenous to, Mexico, Jamaica, Thailand or South Africa, for reasons relating to location, climate and cultural attitudes to marijuana use and production.

Popularity and use vary geographically: in countries of origin, this kind of weed, sometimes loose and unpressed, is the staple marijuana product. In the affluent markets of North America and Europe, more powerful, higher quality, locally grown sensimilla (lit. ‘seedless’) and hashish are favoured. In hashish producing countries (Morocco, Afganistan, Nepal, India) hashish is the staple form of marijuana.

Well-known varieties of brick weed include:

Thai Sticks – Thai, often wrapped round a stick and soaked is cannabis oil for added potency)
Acacpulco Gold – from the Acapulco region of Mexico. Very popular in the US in the 60s and 70s, subject of the cult documentary ‘Acapulco Gold’ (1973).
Durban Poison – South African
Swazi – from Swaziland, South Africa
Jamaican

Mexican brick weed Nah, we don’t need his shitty brickweed. A type of cannabis product: female marijuana plants that have been dried and pressed into bricks or blocks for transportation or

Mexican Brick Weed Seeds

tropical
Well-Known Member

Have any of you ever tried growing out some seeds from some Mexican brick weed?? I’ve just germinated 9 seeds successfully and have put them in some premi soil in 16 oz party cups inside my little grow box.

Seeing that this stuff is grown for commercial purposes, don’t you think it would be logical for it to be a good yielder?? You know that stuff probably looks pretty decent before the cartel gets their slimy hands on it.

I’ve grown out some brick weed seeds before and they looked/smoked like they were almost 100% indica every single time. When I see the first couple sets of real leafs, I’ll be able to tell you if it looks like another 100% indica strain or not.

Has anyone else had experience growing out seeds from this stuff?? What did you end up getting? More Indica, more sativa, yields, potency?? I’m just wondering, because this is basically how I, and I bet, a lot of other people started growing weed. Let me hear your experiences.

Before I ever started growing, I thought it would be a mexican sativa-type usually. However, I’ve NEVER seen a sativa dominant plant from this really commercial stuff. From my experience, these plants put out some really good yields as well, if treated properly. This is kind of like a national past-time for many. I’d just like to hear other people’s experiences growing out the infamous mexican brick seeds.

Have any of you ever tried growing out some seeds from some Mexican brick weed?? I've just germinated 9 seeds successfully and have put them in some premi…