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Indepth Look Into White Widow

Category: Culture | Posted on Tue, November, 16th 2010 by THCFinder

In Holland, the White Widow is considered to be the most rewarded variety. Its features showcase a type of white plant that has THC glands, especially on the larger portions of its fan leaves. Although it can provide a very soft smoke, it can produce a very potent and great high.


The White Widow strain has proven to be one of the most desired strains ever due to the amazing high and easy smoke that is gives off. In fact, this popular strain was initially developed only 6 years ago. The original breeder even emphasized how vital the White Widow can be, particularly for those who prefer to grow their own plant.

 

 

 

Here are some more important facts about this long desired strain.


First let’s take a look at the smell, The smell of White Widow is a very strong pungent smell at first but after gives off a sort of sweet and sour smell. The taste is a sort of very fruity and pleasant taste which is more than enough said about that. When it comes to visual the White Widow strain is one of the most unique of them all as it has many vivid white hairs which cover the plant and of course where the strain gets its name from. Ok now the part which you have been waiting for, the highness effect given off by this wonderful strain of cannabis is one of the most strongest of them all as after your initial toke you will sense a feeling of highness, Be prepared to get completely mashed from this wonderful brand of weed and be warned as it is not meant for the amateur smoker. The heritage of this strain is very unique as well as it derived from Indian and Brazilian descent. It is also known that the combination is 40% indica and 60% sativa.


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Origination Of Hydroponic Weed

Category: Culture | Posted on Sun, November, 14th 2010 by THCFinder

 

The modern history of hydro begins in the 17th century, when Jean van Helmont’s flawed yet hugely significant “Willow Tree Experiment” proved that plants obtain substances from water. Horticultural scientists soon began a struggle aimed at separating roots from dirt and uncovering new ways to provide nutrients to crops grown in non-traditional environments.

 

 

 

With new found techniques of growing many so called “weed farmers” began testing out these new growing techniques of separating the roots from the soil. With this new technique being used it was then that Hydro or Hydroponic weed was born. Hydroponic Weed is defiantly one of the most potent of all due to this amazing growing technique, the high that you will get from smoking this cannabis is a very long lasting and strong effect so this is not recommended for the amateur smokers. So for all small or large time growers who love to smoke a bit of their own produce, give hydroponic a test as im sure that you will not be disappointed.


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Glass Bongs Vs Acrylic Bongs

Category: Culture | Posted on Sun, November, 14th 2010 by THCFinder

Many long time and experienced bong smokers claim that glass bongs are the only way to go but a lot of acrylic bong smokers hold their bongs to high standards as well so we are going to dedicate this post to the pro’s and con’s to both glass bongs and acrylic bongs, so let’s not hold this up any longer and enjoy.

 

So first were going to take a look at Acrylic Bongs:

 

 

Pros:

-Acrylic bongs are very difficult or near impossible to break.

-It’s much easier to clean an acrylic bong.

-They can and usually do look more interesting than glass bongs.

-Generally pretty cheap but be warned some are quite costly.

 

Cons:

-Acrylic Bongs are usually much harsher especially the larger ones.

 

 

Now let’s take a look at the glass bongs:

 

 

Pros:

-Glass bongs give the smoothest as well as the coolest pulls.

-Glass Bongs usually come with a nifty carry box so that you don’t end up breaking them.

-Amazing designs and visuals on them.

-Usually quite cheap much like acrylic bongs.

 

Cons:

-Break easily especially when washing them in hot water, Reminder: keep away from general people except trusted friends of course.

 

So what’s the best bong you may be asking:

Well all in all if you like cool smooth tokes then its defiantly the glass ones but if you’re a lover of the harsh tokes then stick with the acrylic ones, so final verdict is: Personal Taste! What more can I say about it…

 


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For The Blueberry Lover

Category: Culture | Posted on Sat, November, 13th 2010 by THCFinder

THE Original Blueberry is mostly 80% Indica and 20% Sativa strain that dates back to the early 1970's. It is one of the most sort for weed amongst stoners today due to its sweet taste of blueberry and its awesome high. Being a dense and stout plant with red, purple and finally blue hairs, Blueberry’s buds usually cure to a beautiful lavender blue that nobody can resist!

 

 

 

 

Once the plants are fully grown and are ready for trimming and of course smoking the plants give off a fruity aroma and taste of blueberry. Once smoked if give you a pleasant euphoric high of the highest quality and is very long lasting. Due to the plant being of such high quality it generally has a very long shelf life so if you get the chance to taste this delicious weed don’t hesitate as its truly a magnificent experience.


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Legalize Marijuana NOW! (INTEL Parody)

Category: Culture | Posted on Fri, November, 12th 2010 by THCFinder

Parody of the Intel 'Touch of Genius' Campaign

 

 

 


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Bob Marley makes babies happy!

Category: Culture | Posted on Wed, November, 10th 2010 by THCFinder

Watch the video and judge for yourself. Bob Marley brings the happiness!

 

 


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