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How to Get Your Local Cannabis Seeds and Clones

As we’ve said around these parts before, “When the Snow Season Ends, the Grow Season Begins“, and even if the ‘Rona hadn’t shut down public gatherings and prematurely ended ski season, late March / early April is the ideal time of the year to start getting your cannabis plants ready for outdoor cultivation.

Outdoor Growing Calendar, Elysse Feigenblatt via Leafly

Not surprisingly, we’ve been getting a TON of inquiries for people looking for both seeds and clones, and since we’ve got a lot of very talented grower friends in Vermont, and it’s more important than ever to both support our local neighbors, and to be more self-sufficient yourself. So, it’s time to give the people what they want, and to activate the Vermontijuana network in order to connect you with locally-sourced seeds and clones.

We’re not in the retail business and Vermontijuana won’t be selling anything directly, that’s not how this works. What we’re going to provide is a match-making service for our growing list of vetted Vermontijuana cultivators and let you all take it from there. For seeds, skip below and follow the links for locally-sourced beans; for clones, keep reading, as it’s a little more complicated.

Before we go any farther, some HUGE and VERY IMPORTANT caveats: it takes good genetics and good cultivation practices to harvest outstanding cannabis, so just because you get a pack of seeds or a cutting of an amazing plant doesn’t mean you’re guaranteed to have the same results. We can’t guarantee every seed/clone will be perfect, and we certainly can’t guarantee that you’ll successfully cultivate it, especially outdoors in Vermont.

Seeds

For those looking for seeds, the most direct Vermont recommendations that we can share are Emerald Rose Seeds and Sherpa Seeds. When you’re on EmeraldRoseSeeds.com, make sure to check out Vermont-based Ice Petal Flower Genetics (@icepetalflowergenetics), winners of two different categories in the original Headies contest and some of the most respected growers and breeders in the entire region.

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Sherpa Seeds have also been breeding in Vermont since before it was cool, and have a similarly excellent track record and reputation. The Sherpa Seeds website may or may not be updated, so if you’re ready to order, we recommend sending a DM to @sherpa_seeds on Instagram if you’ve got questions. Rat Trap, Bird Song, Pig Pen, and Fly Tape are all proven outdoor winners in northern Vermont.

If you’re looking for a wider variety of genetics (autoflowers, feminized seeds, etc), then Archive Seed Bank is the place to go. If you really want to shop around, seedsherenow.com and dcseedexchange.com are two other great resources; however, the Archive team have consistently shown love to the Vermont community and they frequently attend events across the northeast, so they get the nod for online sales.

Wherever you get your seeds, plan to pay at least $50 for ‘standard’ (meaning there are male and female, ideally at least 50/50 ratio) seeds, and at least $100 for feminized (all female) seeds. If you’re paying over $100 for seeds, do your homework and make sure that you read a few reviews — searching Instagram is the fastest way to find ‘testers’ grown by the breeders and other customers.

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Clones

For those looking for clones, it’s a slightly more complex process, and it’s only available to Vermontijuana subscribers ($2/month available here). If (when) you ARE a paid subscriber looking for trustworthy clones in Vermont, we’ll privately share the updated list of what’s available, and then work with you to set up a personal introduction and/or direct transfer.

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As part of the vetting service for our subscribers, we’ll provide pictures of the clone, the mother plant, and most importantly, the bud that it produces. Registered patients and/or caregivers in need and facing hardship can always get discounted/free clones. Clones come in a variety of forms and sizes, and depending on the breeder(s) location and preference, the clones available may be rooted in soil, or unrooted for you to plant but most breeders value clones at $10-25 depending on the strain and if they’re rooted.

Not surprisingly, we've been getting a TON of inquiries for people looking for both seeds and clones, and since we've got a lot of very talented grower friends in Vermont, and it's more important than ever to both support our local neighbors, and to be more self-sufficient yourself. So, it's time to give the people what they want, and to activate the Vermontijuana network in order to connect you with locally-sourced seeds and clones.

Queen City Cannabis Clones

Menu of Genetics

We offer a rotating menu of genetics, highlighting a sativa and indica varietal on a quarterly basis. Each of these strains can also be purchased as cured flower or in various infused products at our dispensaries. The THC% by weight is an average of the lab results that we have collected on all of the individual harvests over time. Results will vary based on growing method, environmental factors, harvest time and moisture content.

Please note: Other strains not listed may be available for purchase.

Contact us at (844) 789-9333 ext. 709 with any questions.

Read up on our Clone Care Basics.

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

AMHERST SOUR DIESEL
(HUMBOLDT SEEDS)

Sativa-dominant 16%+ THC

A sativa-dominant hybrid of unknown genetics from Humboldt Seeds Organization in the UK. Large, dense flowers covered in resin emit intense aromas of exotic wood, fruit, Diesel and oil. Stimulating and euphoric, for daytime use.

• Notable Terpenes: to be determined
• Genetics: Chemdawg x Amherst Super Skunk
• Indoor Flowering Time: 65 days
• Low stretch (1-2’) during flowering
• Skill Level: Medium

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

BLUE DREAM-CBD
(HUMBOLT SEEDS UK)

Sativa-dominant, CBD:THC 1:1, 7-8.5%+ CBD, 6.6-7%+ THC

The famous Blue Dream, crossed with CBD-rich California Orange by Humboldt Seed Organization to create a very special, terpene-rich 1:1 strain. Strong berry aromas from Blue Dream harmonize with citrus and pine from Cali-O. Ideal for daytime pain relief.

• Notable Terpenes: to be determined
• Genetics: Blue Dream x California Orange
• Indoor Flowering Time: 56 to 63 days
• Low stretch (1-2’) during flowering
• Skill Level: Easy

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

SWEET + SOUR WIDOW-CBD
(CBD CREW)

Indica-dominant, CBD:THC 1:1, 5% CBD, 4.5-5.5% THC

A 70% indica CBD-enriched descendant of a Brazilian sativa/South Indian hybrid developed in Switzerland. The increased ratio of non-psychoactive cannabidiol in this sativa-dominant strain was achieved by breeding, stabilizing and testing the influence of Cannatonic, a plant notable for its CBD content. Notes of onion and sesame punctuate the aroma of this distinct cannabis. Grows best in mild, temperate indoor conditions.

• Notable Terpenes: to be determined
• Genetics: White Widow x Cannatonic
• Indoor Flowering Time: 55-65 days
• Medium-Tall stretch (2-4’) during flowering
• Skill Level: Easy

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

CHERRY PIE
(PIEGUY, CLONE-ONLY)

Indica-dominant 16%+ THC

Cherry Pie is a wonderfully aromatic and colorful Indica-leaning hybrid. A cross of Granddaddy Purple and Durban Poison, its buds are strongly scented of cherry, lemon and honey. Cerebral and physically relaxing; recommended for depression and PTSD.

• Notable Terpenes: a-Terpinene, a-Pinene, b-Pinene, d-Limonene, Terpinolene
• Genetics: Granddaddy Purple x Durban Poison
• Indoor Flowering Time: 45-50 days
• Medium stretch (2-3’) during flowering
• Skill Level: Medium

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

CRITICAL MASS-CBD
(CBD-CREW/DINAFEM)

Indica-dominant, CBD:THC 1:1, 8.5%+ CBD, 5%+ THC

An Indica-dominant Afghani/Skunk cross developed in Switzerland by breeding, stabilizing and testing the influence of Cannatonic, a high-CBD plant. Aromas of grapes, cheese and bread.

• Notable Terpenes: b-Myrcene, b-Caryophyllene, a-Pinene, b-Pinene, d-Limonene
• Genetics: Critical Mass x Remedy
• Indoor Flowering Time: 45-50 days
• stretch
• Skill Level: Easy

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

DANCEHALL
(REGGAE SEEDS)

Sativa-dominant 16%+ THC

Dancehall is a colorful, award-winning strain bred by Reggae Seeds, combining Juanita La Lagrimosa (a Mexican-Afghani-Spanish hybrid) with Kalijah (Blue Heaven crossed with a Mexican-Afghani hybrid). As it’s flowers develop, vibrant shades of green, blue, purple, and red appear below its crystals. The buds are tight and dense. Named after a particularly upbeat subgenre of reggae, Dancehall is appropriate for day time medical use. Its delicate, perfume-like aroma holds notes of citrus, incense and mossy woodlands.

• Notable Terpenes: a-Pinene, b-Pinene, a-Terpinene, 1-8, Cineole, b-Caryophyllene
• Genetics: Juanita La Lagrimosa x Kalijah
• Indoor Flowering Time: 56 to 63 days
• Medium stretch (2-3’) during flowering
• Skill Level: Moderate

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

EXODUS CHEESE
(GREEN HOUSE SEEDS)

Indica-dominant 16%+ THC

Exodus Cheese personifies the desirable qualities of Skunk, one of the first indica-dominant strains grown in Europe. Its dense buds have a berry-like aroma. A flexible and effective choice for pain relief throughout the day and into the evening.

• Notable Terpenes: 1-8, Cineole, a-Terpinene, b-Caryophyllene, b-Pinene, Linalool
• Genetics: Skunk #1 x Cheese
• Indoor Flowering Time: 55-60 days
• Low stretch, broad branching, candelabra form (2’) during flowering
• Skill Level: Easy

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

GREEN MOUNTAIN
(CVD/SVW)

Sativa-dominant 16%+ THC

Green Mountain is a sativa of unknown origin that is unique to Champlain Valley Dispensary and was named in honor of Vermont’s Medical Marijuana Program. Its aroma is sharply herbal with a sour zest. Many of our patients highlight Green Mountain’s stimulating tendencies.

• Notable Terpenes: a-Pinene, Terpinolene, b-Pinene, a-Terpinene, Total Ocimene
• Genetics: Unknown? Hawaiian lineage.
• Indoor Flowering Time: 50-55 days
• Tall stretch (3’) during flowering
• Skill Level: Easy

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

JACK HERER
(SENSI SEEDS)

Sativa-dominant 20%+ THC

Named after one of the pioneers of cannabis breeding in the Netherlands and recognized as a medical-grade strain by Dutch pharmacies. A Sativa-dominant cross of Haze, Northern Lights #5 and Shiva Skunk with balanced aromas of warm spice and woody pine. Reported to provide cerebral stimulation, physical relaxation and pain relief.

• Notable Terpenes: b-Myrcene, Total Ocimene, a-Pinene, b-Pinene, b-Caryophyllene
• Genetics: Haze x Northern Lights x Shiva Skunk
• Indoor Flowering Time: 63-70 days
• Tall stretch (3-6’) during flowering
• Skill Level: Medium-difficult

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

KALI MIST
(SERIOUS SEEDS)

Sativa-dominant 12-16%+ THC

Kali Mist is a well-regarded sativa that has won several Cannabis Cups. Its parent strains have never been revealed: it is thought to have been bred from two sativa-dominant hybrids. Kali Mist has a delightfully spicy scent, with notes of tangy earth.

• Notable Terpenes: a-Pinene, a-Terpinene, b-Pinene, b-Caryophyllene, Guaiol
• Genetics: to be determined
• Indoor Flowering Time: 70-80 days
• Tall stretch (3-6’) during flowering

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

NYC DIESEL
(SOMA’S SACRED SEEDS)

Sativa-dominant 16%+ THC

NYC Diesel is a pungent sativa hybrid that accentuates the Afghani/Hawaiian lineage of Sour Diesel. NYC Diesel was one of the early American strains to gain popularity in the Netherlands. Its aromatic properties suggest grapefruit, lime and gasoline.

• Notable Terpenes: b-Caryophyllene, a-Humulene, a-Pinene, a-Bisabolol, 1-8, Cineole
• Genetics: Sour Diesel x Afghani
• Indoor Flowering Time: 55-65 days
• Low stretch (1-2’) during flowering
• Skill Level: Medium

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

PINEAPPLE CHUNK
(BARNEYS FARM)

Indica-dominant 12-16%+ THC

A new breed recently released on the market, this Indica-leaning hybrid is a cross between classic Cheese, Skunk #1 and Pineapple from Barney’s Farm. Flavors and aromas mingle citrusy skunk, earthy cheese and sweet pineapple. This strain offers a balance of a heavy body sedation with stimulating cerebral effects.

• Notable Terpenes: to be determined
• Genetics: Cheese x Skunk #1 x Pineapple
• Indoor Flowering Time: 56 days
• Medium stretch (2-3’) during flowering
• Skill Level: Easy

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

SNOW DROP
(CVD/SVW)

Indica-dominant hybrid 16-20% THC

CVD/SVW Exclusive strain! Snow Drop was bred from G13 and Northern Lights and bears the resinous buds that personify a true hash plant. Its aroma has been likened to Vermont wild strawberries and freshly baked bread, with medicinal qualities that make it a staple for patients seeking the pain-relieving benefits of Indica-dominant strains.

• Notable Terpenes: b-Myrcene, b-Caryophyllene, d-Limonene
• Genetics: G13 x Northern Lights
• Indoor Flowering Time: 50 to 55 days
• Medium stretch (2-3’) during flowering
• Skill Level: Moderate

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

SOUR KUSH
(DNA GENETICS)

Indica-dominant 16%+ THC

Sour Kush unites two famous cannabis strains from the Chem 91 family: Sour Diesel and OG Kush. The aromatic properties of Sour Kush are a testament to its diverse heritage. While deep and earthy, top notes of petrol and flowers punctuate the senses.
• Notable Terpenes: b-Myrcene, d-Limonene, b-Caryophyllene, a-Pinene, Linalool
• Genetics: Sour Diesel x OG Kush
• Indoor Flowering Time: 63 days
• Medium stretch (2-3’) during flowering
• Skill Level: Medium

CURRENTLY IN ROTATION – LIMITED SUPPLY

TANGILOPE
(DNA GENETICS)

Sativa-dominant 16-20% THC

With aromas ranging from fruity citrus to chocolate cream, Tangilope represents popular and award-winning strains from both sides of the Atlantic: Tangie and Chocolope, the seed makers’ most notable sativas.

• Notable Terpenes: to be determined
• Genetics: Chocolope x Tangie
• Indoor Flowering Time: 63 days
• Medium stretch (3-4’) during flowering
• Skill Level: difficult

Is your Sour Kush the same as ours?

Through decades of breeding, original strains have experienced genetic drift, resulting in dramatic differences in a particular strain across markets. CVD is in the process of mapping our genetics to ensure consistency in each specific strain brand name – so you can trust us when we say it is Blue Dream or Dancehall.

Pricing

Clones are priced at $25 each or 5 for $100. Sales are by appointment only and must be pre-ordered a minimum of two weeks before the scheduled appointment as supplies are limited.

Transporting clones in a locked container is no longer a regulation as of July 1st, 2018. While patients do not need their transportation container to be locked, the clones still need to be kept out of site while transporting. We ask that all patients transporting clones bring a container to their dispensary appointment – a simple cardboard box or paper bag is sufficient. And we can even deliver directly to you.

Clone care

The clones you are receiving are cuttings that are roughly 14 days old, sterile growing material and treated with a pH adjusted (5.5-5.8) watering. Clones should be transplanted as soon as possible and watered with a distilled water source. If you are going to use tap water, we suggest that you have it tested to understand the mineral/chemical content as well as the pH.

The clones are treated with a predatory mite to help combat and control major pests that may find a home in your garden. It will be beneficial for these mites to breed in your soil so that they can continue to protect your garden. Once clones are watered into soil for about a week, you can begin to feed your clones with fertilizers, teas, or whichever nutrient technique you choose to employ. These are mature plant cuttings and can be flowered right away depending on your overall grow room size. It is recommended that they are given several weeks to vegetate and begin to acclimate to your growing area.

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Price range: $2 – $435

Cannary West is defining the future of cannabis retail. They strive to integrate top-quality legal and complaint goods in the lives of their customers for a beneficial and stress-free lifestyle.

At Cannary West, their mission is to bring members happiness through healing by curating a unique selection of high quality flowers, concentrates, edibles and more. Their friendly, knowledgeable Budtenders assess your needs and preferences, then offer suggestions based on personal experience, knowledge of industry trends, and of course, medicinal benefits. Come on by today! They’re conveniently located at Pico and Military Ave next to the 99cent store. Follow the alley driveway to get to customer parking and store entrance.

Medical: C10-0000143-LIC
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Cannary West provides legal marijuana delivery to: Los Angeles, Westwood, Culver City, Brentwood

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Every Friday from 5-8pm get a Fade Co gram for a $1 with purchase of a Fade Co eighth! Every Sunday from 12-3pm buy an eighth or 4pack prerolls to get a 1gram single preroll for $1! First time customers get 20% off their orders. Looking to save more? Ask about Baker.

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Cannary West now offers online ordering and delivery! Please visit their website CannaryWest.com/shop-1 to place orders. First delivery is 20%off. Sign up for in store rewards! Make a purchase to get 20 points, get to 60 points to receive 10% off entire order. 100 points gets you 15% off your entire order.

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Cannary West Dispensary and Marijuana Delivery

Cannary West dispensary is a verified legal California marijuana retail business with a valid license to sell retail cannabis products. Cannary West has business operations in the city of Los Angeles, CA and serves the surrounding cities of Los Angeles County. Cannary West dispensary was issued storefront license C10-0000143-LIC to sell cannabis products to customers at its storefront business location or by delivery. Cannary West dispensary has a verified licensed physical storefront location at 2435 Military Ave Los Angeles , CA 90064, where commercial cannabis activities are practiced. As a California licensed retailer, Cannary West dispensary may only engage in marijuana sales and deliveries between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Pacific Time. These hours of operation apply to all Los Angeles dispensaries.

Cannary West Dispensary and Delivery Customer Requirements

All Cannary West dispensary customers must provide a valid proof of identification and only people 21 years of age or older may enter the store unless they are a medical patient. Medical patients 18 years of age or older with a valid physician’s recommendation may also access the dispensary. Cannary West’s employees verify the age and valid proof of identification of all customers before letting them in the dispensary or completing a Cannary West delivery. No customer may enter the Cannary West dispensary operations back-office area unless they have a business reason to do so and are at least 21 years of age. If verified over 21 years of age, these customers must be escorted during their time in the Cannary West dispensary operations area and the visit must be logged according to lead agency in regulating commercial cannabis licenses for medical and adult-use cannabis in California. Cannary West storefront and retail operations are fully secured and under video surveillance while not open for business.

Legal Marijuana Product Sales

As a California licensed cannabis retailer, Cannary West dispensary may only sell and deliver cannabis and marijuana products, marijuana accessories, and branded merchandise or promotional materials. Cannary West may only receive marijuana products for sale from a California licensed cannabis distributor. All products offered for sale and delivery must comply with all State marijuana packaging and labeling requirements. Cannary West dispensary is not allowed to sell products to consumers that are expired. See the Cannary West menu for current products offered for sale.

Cannary West Delivery Locations and Requirements

Cannary West delivery is currently available to the cities of Los Angeles, Westwood, Culver City, Brentwood. All Cannary West delivery customers must provide a valid proof of identification and only persons 21 years of age or older may purchase marijuana by delivery unless they are a medical patient. Medical patients 18 years of age or older with a valid physician’s recommendation may also purchase marijuana for Cannary West delivery. Cannary West delivery drivers will verify the customers age by checking valid identification of all marijuana delivery customers, in person, before they complete a Cannary West delivery. Cannary West delivery may only be made to a physical address in any city within California that is not on publicly owned land, a school, a day care, or a youth center. During a Cannary West delivery, employees will carry a copy of an active CA cannabis retailer license, the employee’s government-issued identification, and an identification badge provided by Cannary West. Cannary West delivery employee’s do not carry products valued in excess of $5,000 at any time, with no more than $3,000 of marijuana products that are not already part of a customer order that was processed prior to leaving the premises. A marijuana delivery receipt will be prepared for each Cannary West delivery of marijuana products and contain all the items listed in the appropriate section of the California Bureau of Cannabis Control’s regulations, including itemization of any local taxes and State taxes. All Cannary West deliveries are made in person by an actual employee. The business does not utilize independent contractors, third party courier services, or an individual employed through a staffing agency for Cannary West delivery. All Cannary West’s deliveries are made using an enclosed car equipped with a GPS device and secure storage for retail marijuana products. Vehicles used for marijuana delivery may or may not be owned by the Cannary West. This discreetness is vital to ensure safe Los Angeles County marijuana delivery.

Cannary West Dispensary Return Policy

Cannary West dispensary may accept customer returns but will never resell returned marijuana products. Customer returns may be destroyed or, if defective, returned to the California licensed cannabis distributor from which they were sourced.

Marijuana Packaging and Labeling

Cannary West dispensary will not accept, possess, or sell marijuana products that are not already packaged for final sale to a consumer. Cannary West does not handle raw marijuana flowers or concentrates nor package or label any cannabis goods. All marijuana products purchased or delivered to consumers leave the retail storefront in an opaque exit package. Most Cannary West marijuana products will either be in an individual child-resistant package or in a child-resistant exit package with all purchased products. Expect all Cannary West marijuana packaging to be resealable, tamper-evident, and child resistant unless the product is immature marijuana plants and seeds.

Licensed Cannabis Distributor Shipment and Inventory Information

Cannary West dispensary will only receive shipments between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Pacific Time. At all times, the dispensary will account for all marijuana product inventory and can provide inventory records upon request.

Dispensary to Dispensary Transfer

Marijuana products may be transported by a CA licensed cannabis distributor from one Cannary West dispensary location to another dispensary location if the retail licenses for both locations are held by the same licensee.

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Cannary West dispensary maintains financial records, personnel records, training records, contracts, permits, security records, destruction records, track-and-trace data, and an accurate record of all marijuana product sales for seven years. All records are confidential but must be made available to the California Cannabis Bureau upon request.

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People Talk About the Experience That Made Them Stop Smoking Weed

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Smoking weed is a lot of fun, until it’s not. You might have grown up getting high and watched as all your friends slowly put down the papers, or you may well be the person out of your social group who first decided that weed wasn’t for you – whether that was because it started to make you feel weird every time you smoked it, or just because you were done with the rigmarole of waiting three hours to pick up some sub-par skunk.

Everyone has their own reasons when it comes to leaving weed behind, so for Weed Week we asked a load of people about the experience that made them want to stop getting high.

Will Smoking Weed Affect My Anxiety?

I first started smoking weed when I was around 12, and by age 15 I was getting stoned pretty much all day, every day, until one night in my room when I started to develop what I now understand to be psychosis. I could hear people calling for me in my house and would run downstairs to see what was going on, only to see there was no one home. I would hear heavy rainfall on my window, only to look outside and find a still, dry night. It started happening like clockwork: every time I started smoking I would have the same hallucinations. I knew pretty much instantly it was from the weed, but it took a long time to wean myself off it, both because I loved it so much and because it was all my social circle were interested in doing.

I stopped smoking fully until my mid-twenties, when I realised I could get stoned now and again without any of those hallucinations coming back, but now I’ve pretty much cut it out again because once I start I can’t control myself with it. I’m a stoner at heart, so getting “a bit” stoned “now and again” just doesn’t do it for me.

I started smoking weed when I was 12, cobbling together £5 in change between four of us and changing it up at the shop for a note to buy a jax with. I gradually got more and more into it as I went through my teens, which was loads of fun at the time. Then, when I was about 22, 23, I started feeling like weed was making me really anxious for about the first hour or so after smoking. I realised after a while that I was spending crazy money on smoking spliffs for a high that I hoped would wear off as quickly as possible.

Still, I carried on smoking for about another two years because it was a central part of my routine, and the addled love a routine. I eventually quit in January of 2015 after a particularly anxious episode where I was convinced I was gonna have a heart attack. I don’t want to sound high and mighty: I’d still smoke weed daily if I enjoyed it as much as I used to, but something changed in my brain, I guess, and now I’m better off without.

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I started smoking weed because of a stoner ex-boyfriend: I would only really smoke it when we were together, but then he dumped me and I just started smoking on my own all the time. After about three or four months I started to get really paranoid: I was super vigilant about everything and would get delusions. I’m still not sure if it was just the fallout of being dumped and the anxiety and depression that came with that which caused the paranoia, or the weed, but I stopped. I miss getting high, and I’ve been thinking about trying it out again because I read a lot about how much it helps anxiety. But then in turn I’m anxious about the paranoia coming back, and having to accept that maybe it just isn’t for me.

I never used to smoke weed as much as most people my age; for me it was more of a “once a fortnight” thing to take the edge off of hangovers and comedowns. In 2012 I visited Amsterdam with some seasoned stoners, and on the first day we all went to a cafe and decided to go in on some “vaporised isolate”, which you inhale from a bag. Sadly, I completely lost it. Like full on lost the plot: lost track of where I was, what was happening, didn’t recognise anything around me. To this day, the only way I can describe what happened to me in words is that I got locked inside my own mind. It was like I was thrown all of the world’s most challenging philosophical conundrums to deal with all at once, and I couldn’t even word to my friend what was happening as he walked me around the area to calm me down.

I still look back on that holiday and get little flashbacks once every six months or so, which leave me feeling very confused and anxious for about an hour. It’s really odd, because I never suffered from anxiety, but for about an hour every six months I relive the experience – although it’s becoming less frequent now. I properly decided to build on life after that, though, and I can honestly say it’s helped turn my life into an amazing experience. In a way, I appreciate that it happened.

LINK TO REALITY

I smoked weed every day for a few years from the age of 18 onwards. Blazing opened up to me a whole new social stratum of mates – people who chose to live life on their terms a bit more. Its mind-expanding, introspective properties undeniably contributed to some vitally important existential realisations and helped me to figure out my frantic brain and learn about myself a fair bit.

After suffering from drug-induced psychosis triggered mostly by a heavy diet of psychedelics at 23, I had to rethink my attitude towards all mind-altering substances, and there were times during my recovery that I would have a toke and feel my brain turning towards overly meta realms divorced from the cushiony comfortable reality weed use to give me before. Four years on, my roots to reality are more solid, but I’m still cautious with how much I smoke, because I’ve felt first-hand in my brain that unsettling link between getting high and losing touch with everything tangible and real.

I’ve been smoking since I was about 13, but mostly in a social capacity and rarely on my own. It would be in between classes at college, before and after parties or the club, and always scraping that last zoot out the grinder kind of flex. About two or three years ago I was at a festival out in the South West – I’d planned to have a fairly chilled one and just drink most of the weekend, but I had a bad stomach for some reason and I could barely drink an alcoholic beverage without being doubled over and burping constantly.

Luckily I had a nice 20 bag, but by the end of the weekend I was sick of it. I was sitting there with a big spliff in my mouth and a metallic taste on my tongue, just thinking, What is this? I don’t even enjoy it any more.’ I finished the spliff and that was it: I just decided I was done. Since then I’ve had the odd toke and it just sends my head spinning. I’m getting old, clearly. I thought I’d be smoking for life, but clearly not. Maybe edibles is the way? British Bake Off, come at me.

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7 Reasons You Shouldn’t Smoke Weed (Hear Us Out)

For years, I had a nightly routine of smoking a joint before I hit the sack. It quelled my anxiety and helped me sleep like the dead, so I enjoyed every second of it. After a while, though, I started to notice that my breathing wasn’t the same anymore. During tough physical exercises, I got winded faster than the average person. Sometimes, I would even cough up yucky phlegm. Clearly, I didn’t know yet that there were better options than smoking for consuming weed that are just as good, if not better.

With all the recent legalization in different states across the country, things have changed, and alternative ways of consuming medical marijuana have become more mainstream. As a result, I’ve learned a lot this past year about the effects of smoking weed, and I’ve been lighting up those joints less and less. I didn’t like being confronted with the latest research about how bad smoking marijuana is for the body. (I don’t want ugly lungs!)

Luckily, there are more than enough methods for you to still enjoy your weed, from cookies to new-age vaporizers to cannabis lip balm. It’s enough to keep you entertained for many years to come — many years that won’t do damage to your body. Besides, you deserve a little excitement in your weed-smoking life.

Here are seven reasons you shouldn’t smoke marijuana, and should consider other methods instead.

1. Smoking Harms The Lungs

Smoking’s just not great for you, even if it’s friendly Mary Jane. In fact, one puff of a joint has five times more carbon monoxide and three times more tar than one inhalation of a tobacco cigarette. In 2011, a study proved that long-term joint-smoking leads to respiratory problems, like coughing and wheezing, and airway inflammation. While there is no evidence at the moment directly pointing to the connection between lung cancer and marijuana smoking, it’s proven that you put higher rates of carcinogens in your body with a joint than you do with a cigarette per puff, and those toxins are the very things that eventually lead to lung cancer.

Not to mention, when you light up a joint, it can burn as high as 2,012 degrees fahrenheit. The point at which weed starts to combust is 392 degrees, so you’re well over the limit with a blunt in your hand. That means you’ve got combusted smoke going into your system, which contains over 100 nasty chemicals, such as polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons and carcinogenic toxins.

What To Do Instead: Invest in a vaporizer. Vapes burn weed at a lovely 338 degrees, meaning you’re preventing all those nasty chemicals from landing in your pretty, pink lungs. A recent study showed that vaporized gases contain 95 percent of cannabinoids (the stuff you actually want) and only five percent of unwanted components. Furthermore, vaporizing is said to protect the lungs from irritation by producing anti-inflammatory terpenoids — just a fancy way of saying it’s better for your respiratory system.

2. Smoking Is Not The Most Efficient Way To Consume Marijuana

Spilled pot really is something worth crying over. If you’re an avid joint smoker, you might be wasting your precious weed without even realizing it. Studies show that lighting up a joint only converts 25 percent of the THC; compare that with a vaporizer, which converts 46 percent of THC. That’s a pretty big difference, which isn’t surprising if you remember the different temperatures at which these both burn. If you’re only converting a quarter of THC, consider how much product you’ll end up wasting in the long run. It’s blasphemy.

Plus, think about all the rolling papers and filters you have to constantly buy just to keep your smoking station well-stocked. Your wallet will suffer from all that spending over time.

What To Do Instead: Either vape it or bake it. There’s plenty of science out there to convince even the most stubborn person that the former will save you time, money, and marijuana. All it takes is a one-time investment (which isn’t all that much if you get a mid-size model). Then there are the edibles: you can even make a batch of perfectly good magical brownies simply by using the remains of your stash.

3. You Might Be More Likely To Get Paranoid & Anxious

When you smoke, your heart could potentially beat two times faster for the next few hours. This is because your blood has been triggered to flow more to your brain, leaving your heart a bit lonely. Cue the anxious thoughts, the clutching of your chest, and the freak-out moments. (That stuffy lung feeling doesn’t help, either.)

That said, there are different findings on this topic. Some research teams have found that smoking medical marijuana can reduce stress, while others claim that it actually induces anxiety in people who already struggle with it. One study even said lighting up a joint often enough can have a similar effect on the brain as schizophrenia. It’s different for everyone, and there’s no one right answer. You’ll know which category you fall into; if it’s the one that causes you to panic more often than not, maybe consider going down an alternative marijuana route.

What To Do Instead: If you tend to get paranoid, allow the magic of medical marijuana topicals and tonics to wash over you. These are non-psychoactive products — perfect for those who don’t want the cerebral side effects of pot smoking. You may not get stoned like you would off a blunt, but at least you won’t be running around paranoid and bug-eyed. Try out cannabis teas as well; they’re known to curb mental anxiety and calm you down.

4. You Miss Out On A Lot Of The Healing Properties

Sure, you get super blazed when you smoke a few joints, and that’s great and all. But these days there are so many more recognized reasons to get high that you would be a fool to limit yourself to just smoking. If you’re the kind of gal who only utilizes medical marijuana via joints or bongs, you might be missing out more direct health advantages, including less inflammation and chronic physical pain.

What To Do Instead: You’ve got lots of options here. Applying topicals can relieve pain while their antibacterial qualities take care of minor knicks and bruises. Medical tinctures and tonics can reduce muscle spasms and cramping, and they are also known to be very useful for cancer patients going through chemotherapy. Some cannabis-infused lotions even help with physical soreness. Experiment with a few different products and see which one elicits the best results.

5. You Can’t Control The Intake Very Well

Marijuana burns pretty quickly — sometimes not very evenly — when you smoke it as a joint, not leaving you without much room to control how much is going into your system.

What To Do Instead: Pretty much every other option will help you manage the intake more effectively. You can take smaller, shorter hits of a vaporizer without it burning through too much product. With the medical topicals and tonics, you’re probably given instructions on how much to use and how often, ensuring you get the most of your marijuana experience.

6. It’s The Least Discreet Way Of Enjoying Medical Marijuana

You can’t smoke a joint anywhere you want quite yet — well, you could, but you might not be happy with the consequences. Say you’re the kind of person who really benefits from medical marijuana and your prescription allows you to purchase it legally. Lighting up a joint or taking a hit from a bong still might not be best idea because of the potent scent. You and your pot have got to get a bit more creative.

What To Do Instead: Back to the vaporizer! There are so many compact yet chic models out there that can fit into the smallest of handbags, allowing you to vape virtually everywhere with virtually no scent. The tonics, topicals, teas, sodas, and infused snacks are good options too. No smoke or suspicious scents to blow your cover.

7. It’s Fun To Mix It Up

If your favorite ice cream parlor recently upgraded to include a whole section of new flavors, you wouldn’t still exclusively order vanilla, would you? By only sticking on one path to medical marijuana, you’re risking boredom. Explore a little bit more and not only will you find something fresh that tickles your fancy, you’ll ensure you never get sick of one of your favorite pastimes.

What To Do Instead: Ever tried baking? Going down the edible route can be really fun — and even more delicious. To spice things up, invite some other friends over so you can experiment together with new medical marijuana products. It doesn’t mean you have to give up smoking forever; there’s just no reason to limit yourself when the world of weed is full of possibilities.

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Cinex Cannabis Strain Review – Everything You Need to Know & More!

Cinex is a cross between Cinderella 99 and Vortex. It has an earthy, skunky, citrus taste. This is followed by a clear-headed, cerebrally-based high. This sativa-dominant hybrid is the perfect way to improve your mood. The toughest thing you’ll have to decide after hitting Cinex is whether you’d rather relax or channel your uplifted energy into something productive.

A beautiful nugget of Cinex, photo: @bigmikeweed

Cinex sativa-dominant strain information

Cinex is a classic example of a dankenstein cross strange. It was originally grown by CannaMan Farms, who hail from Vancouver, Washington. The plants will never be as good as when they’re grown by their original grower, as CannaMan uses his own soil mix of humic acid, feather meal, bat guano, and mycorrhizae. This mix is perfect for growing Cinex but is difficult to come up with on your own.
Cinderella 99 was crossed with Vortex and the result was Cinex. Both of Cinex’s parents are complicated crosses between many other strains. Cinex’s buds are crystal-covered beauties, which any seasoned toker will recognize as the sign of a great strain for edibles. The true smell can only be appreciated after grinding , and the true taste of this strain can only be appreciated through a flower vape .
Another reason this strain is such a classic is that it’s a slightly sativa-dominant hybrid strain. Balanced hybrids are by far the most popular type of cannabis strain these days, and hence this strain is pretty popular. It’s very hard to find this strain outside of North America, so you can expect the price to be pretty high.

Cinex marijuana genetics

  • Cinderella 99
  • Vortex

Cinderella 99 is a potent, dank strain in its own rights. A.K.A. C99, or Cindy, Cinderella is known to pack a sativa-dominant punch. She’s also very high in THC percentages.
Vortex is also a Sativa-dominant strain, which has a lemon taste and an energetic cerebral high. It’s not hard to see why these two strains were mixed together. Once bred, their names were crossed and Cinex was born!

Cinex THC percentage

The average sativa-dominant hybrid has around 13.5% THC. Cinex’s average is a whopping 22%! The highest THC percentage from a Cinex phenotype was tested at 26%.

Cinex price

Cinex is a cheap strain only in the places where it’s widely available. If you’re fortunate enough to be around Portland, Oregon, certain places in Canada, and Seattle, Washington, you’ll find this strain for fairly cheap – probably around $12 a strain.
In Dutch coffee shops it will be much more expensive. That’s because it’s a boutique strain from North America and is not from a Dutch seed bank. The typical price in a coffee shop will be at least $16 a gram.

Cinex taste

  • Earthy
  • Pungent
  • Woody
  • Lemon
  • Citrus

Cinex has a fantastic earthy and citrus taste. This is a highly sought after taste, and will be familiar to lovers of strains such as Death Star . These strains taste best in a flower vape. You will not regret buying one of these vapes, as they have a lot of advantages. The taste isn’t the only thing. You can also reuse your Already Vaped Bud (AVB) to create potent edible highs.

Cinex oil, wax, shatter, edibles, concentrates, etc.

Cinex is popular among concentrate, oil, wax, and shatter creators. That is because it has a high THC percentage, which can be used to make incredibly potent concentrates. If you can get a hold of this strain and make it into a nice concentrate then you’re in for a treat.

Cinex CO2 Oil, photo: @chroniclexa

Cinex is a sativa-dominant hybrid. This is the preferred combination for those who want to curb depression. Perhaps the best thing about sativa-dominant hybrids is that you get both the cerebral euphoria and the relaxing body high. This can be a perfect combination for anyone who’s got a lot on their mind they need to grapple with calmly or anyone who needs to do a little reflection. Whatever it is, Cinex will help you navigate those thoughts positively and productively.
This strain is also uplifting, which can be great for getting creative or for doing some chores. This strain is a perfect early morning or daytime strain, but shouldn’t be used at night if you’re wanting to sleep. This strain can be very strong for newcomers! Be warned. Only smoke a small amount to start with. If your head is rushing too much, have a cold shower or a coffee. This will help you focus your mind.

Welcome to the Cinex family! Photo: @ jks_weed_junkies

Cinex flowering time

Cinex flowers both indoors and outdoors in 56 days.

Cinex Growing tips

If you want to get bigger buds then you must learn certain techniques. This can really pay off for a strain such as Cinex, as every single big bud is invaluable for the consumer. Learn more about these techniques in the video posted above the effects. Cinex grows are:

  • High yield
  • Short grow times
  • Staple for most growers
  • High THC yield
  • Perfectly balanced between sativa and indica

Cinex seeds

Unfortunately, Cinex seeds are very hard to come by. Of course, you can buy “Cinex” seeds from any seed shop online, but whether they’re actually Cinex or not… your guess is as good as ours. This strain is really only available in North America, and probably in certain Dutch coffee shops, thanks to the relationship some of them have with growers out in NA.

Cinex yield

If you do manage to find Cinex, you can expect incredibly high yields, with high THC and large buds. This makes it an incredibly popular strain for those who can actually get clippings of it.

Xanax and weed

Combining the use of Xanax and weed is used by some people who claim that mixing the two can help you sleep more easily. The problem with this is that it is highly dependent on your tolerance of weed. Not to mention full research on the practice doesn’t exist, so instances of effects are pretty subjective. You should only consider this combination if you’re a seasoned stoner, otherwise the chances that you’ll feel awful afterwards are very real possibilities. We’re certainly not recommending the combination and suggest you do whatever homework you can to decide if it’s something that makes sense for you.

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Sativa Dominant Hybrid – 80% Sativa / 20% Indica
THC: 12% – 20%

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