Other What Are The Best High-CBD Strains?
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Howdy MFers! (ok, I have always wanted to say that here. ha ha ha)
Seeing mention of the Harlox strain in this piece made me want to start a thread here about high-CBD strains.
Given that I live in a state (West Virginia) where I do not have access to some of the wonderful looking strains, I’d love to generate some discussion about what might be good to bring to WV once we establish medical markets.
We have a unique law in the country that allowd us to cultivate industrial hemp up to 1% THC and I am thinking we can probably establish some of the high-CBD strains here once we hybridize down some of the THC content.
Or perhaps there are genetically-stable low-THC, high-CBD strains we can cultivate here to establish medicinal hemp markets?
What are your favorites and why? Anybody use the high-CBD strains recreationally?
Thanks, let’s generate some knowledge on this page I can use to help establish better choices for our patients here in the Mountain State.
Howdy MFers! (ok, I have always wanted to say that here…. ha ha ha) Seeing mention of the Harlox strain in this piece made me want to start a thread…
But, it actually took closer to 12 weeks because the light intensity just wasn’t as strong as it could’ve been, even though we used a T-5 and two bars of LEDs.
And so began a three-hour long trimming marathon.
So, how did harvest go?
I’d say the most tear-jerking moment of the whole harvest was when Jeremy realized we had – by mistake – created an entirely new strain of cannabis.
Despite the good rating, here a few things he noticed when inspecting the plants in detail:
Though it was clearly a beginner’s mistake, I found the creation of seeds much more fascinating to witness than flowers. When trimming, tiny, plump zebra-striped seeds kept plopping onto the cookie trays we used to trim over.
Gallery: The Oregonian’s indoor marijuana harvest
Jeremy’s first impression
The seeds are somewhat hidden, nestled in little pods on the flower (see photo below), the stuff you ultimately smoke.
The Oregonian has created a new strain of marijuana. All about the indoor harvest. | Pot Grow Diary (Day 200) Gallery: The Oregonian’s indoor marijuana harvest I write this entry the morning
Feels like: Valium and a glass of Champagne
This strain was a little high in THC to try during work hours, so I brought it home. For me, Harlequin will definitely end up being a relax-the-day-is-over strain; the head high is stronger than anything else we tried, and the body high makes me want to melt into my couch for an hour or two and play Candy Crush while Law & Order: SVU hums in the background. But in a good way, you know?
Purchased from Urban Farmacy, 420 NE 60th Ave., 957-7832, urbanfarmacyprc.com.
Purchased from Collective Awakenings, 2823 NE Sandy Blvd., 206-7090, collectiveawakenings.com.
Shark Shock was also too high in THC for work, so I brought this one over to a friend’s house in the evening. Its effects were immediate: Someone did one funny voice, and we couldn’t stop laughing, and then we went directly to Taco Bell and ordered combo meals. It was a nice mellow, social high. Not face-down-on-the-floor high but definitely the most we-just-smoked-weed feeling I got off of any of the strains I tried.
Feels like: Xanax
Purchased from Attis Trading Company, 4920 NE Cully Blvd., 477-8981, attistrading.com.
Purchased from Oregon’s Finest, 1327 NW Kearney St., 971-254-4765, ofmeds.com.
Purchased from Jayne, 2145 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., 719-5665, jaynepdx.com.
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But, it actually took closer to 12 weeks because the light intensity just wasn't as strong as it could've been, even though we used a T-5 and two bars of