The other day I was scrolling through my Instagram feed and say a sponsored ad for CBD hemp cigarettes. I thought wow this is cool. Must be legal now because of the farm bill that passed.
So I ordered a back of 8 for the discounted prices of 10.99 USD. The pack comes with matches and a striker on the bottom of the pack.
It took about 3-5 days for them to arrive.
When they did I lit one up and tried it. Didn’t taste like anything really. I noticed a small anxiety changed from it.
I did notice that the website says each hemp cigarette is 50mg CBD but the package said each one was 60mg CBD. Could just be a typo.
All in all good product. Would buy again at the discounted price of 10.99 USD.
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Soil, This is where most people start. It is what they are most familiar with. Everyone has seen or handled garden soil. It it a peat moss base with additives and usually some perlite.
We recommend using a organic soil like Fox Farms or Roots organic. These can be found at your local hydro store, ace hardware and in some states I’ve even heard Walmart has Fox Farms products. Point being these are quality products that are fairly easy to find.
Soil is great for many reasons. It does not have to watered every day. Less or no liquid nutrients are required with soil. The plants can and need to go days between watering. The cherry on top is liquid nutrients only need to be used every 2-3 waterings. This means less water usage, less nutrient usage, more time tending to your plants and more money in your pocket.
The primary draw back of soil however is over watering and yield. One of the most common mistakes new growers make is too much water or watering too frequently. The yield with soil tends to be lower then the yield with soilless or hydroponics.
Soil is a great medium indoor and the only medium I would use outdoors. It’s very forgiving to the grower.
Soil is the best medium to grow organically. When using the soil food web you maximize the potential of the plant by mimicking what happens in nature. If you want to learn more about the soil food web then check out the book Teaming with Microbes.
This has been a brief overview of soil. Check back with us later as we dive a little deeper into soil, organics, and super soil.
You want to grow cannabis? You want to just learn more about this amazing plant?
Here are a few books that will help any level of cannabis user.
The Cannabis Grow Bible by Greg Green
This is a great place to start if you want to learn how to grow cannabis. This book may be a little out of date when it comes to new techniques but this book provides a solid foundation for any grower.
Teaming with Microbes by Jeff Lowenfels
This book is more the more advanced gardener. This book explains how plants take in food in a organic setting. If you want to grow in soil this is a must read. If you want to grow with hydroponics then this is still a helpful book to understand the function of plants.
Teaming with Nutrients by Jeff Lowenfels
This is a follow up book to “Teaming with Microbes”. This book gets even more in depth with how plants take in nutrients.
The Cannabis Encyclopedia by Jose Cervantes
This book is a all inclusive grow book. This book has information on growing indoors, outdoors, in a green house. This book also offers techniques. Jose book also teaches about HID and LED lighting. The best part about this book is all the techniques are tried and true.
These are just a few of many books about cultivating cannabis and spreading the healing of this amazing plant. Thank you for reading check back in with us tomorrow for more.
Lets start the year off right with a review of an amazing product for any garden. You heard that right ANY garden.
This product is MammothP. This product is a bacteria that makes more phosphorus available to the plant. This is important because out of our NPK the ‘P’ or phosphorus is our macro nutrient that helps create those big full flowers.
This product can be used in any medium. Soil. Coco. Rock wool. Hydro.
The average gardner will not use a lot of MammothP. Since the max dosage is about 2ml per gallon. With such low dosage rates and such helpful returns. Up to 16%. That’s a lot. Last I heard co2 caused a 20% increase. We all spend a obscene amount of money on co2. Why not a bacteria?
Moral of the story. If you’re not using MammothP buy some now. It will only improve what you are already doing.