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    Vintage Cannabis photography

    Some stuff from the seventies....
    including ...L. Cherniaks ;Book of Cannabis , Book of Hashish,
    early High Times and various other publications...
    Please add stuff if you have it. I enjoy looking at the old stuff and have been a collector of this stuff since I bought my first high times in 78.



    This is the first published picture of the True Haze from the Haze brothers 1977




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    #2
    The above was published in High Life Mag #1 1975

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      #3
      Sssshhhhhh!, don't say that!, the 'King of Nepal' invented every water hash technique, in fact!, no form of hash existed until he invented it in 1987

      Great old photo's, good to see.
      Tom Hill 'Haze'
      My selections have focused on high-quality resin production, and imo this line is the Haze resin-queen.

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        #4
        Wow, the shit we smoke nowadays looks 1000000 times better than the 70s.

        Indoor grows for life!

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          #5
          Looks arent everything. Its whats in the cannabinoid makeup thats makes a good smoke.
          Just my opinion.

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            #6
            There were so many good people across the USA from Brooklyn to Peoria to Garberville who were experimenting with breeding in their back yards in the sixties and seventies.
            Only a handfull of people made the jump from breeding for personal use to breeding to share with the masses. And an even smaller few choose to go commercial with their seed production operations and the only outlet for this was Amsterdam at the time.

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              #7
              lots of memories there. nothing beats the highs of the weed back then. look at that thai stick pic, the real deal posing there. I have an old grow book from 1973 that talks about how to dry/cure. the book talks about dry it some, then SWEAT it, then cure. What I find fascinating is this is what they do with malawi cobs. Its wrapped in a leaf of maize then buried and sweated for x numbers of days, weeks, etc. I had another book that talked about burying the jar of weed in the ground for 6 months and this again was a book that was published in early '70's. Haze, Thai sticks, African black majic. Growing was kept simple, cost effective, and would put you on your ass when you smoked it. Now days its big lights, steriod nutes, etc.

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                #8
                from 1975 ...
                I think Cannabis has become more controlled, more sterial and bland.. Kinda like the American culture itself....
                Just my opinion peace

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                  #9
                  This is awesome. I love stuff like this.

                  I get a huge kick out of those regional prices and how it breaks down acid, psilocybin, pcp, cocaine and quaaludes. Totally old school.

                  Do you by any chance have a way of scanning the accompanying articles that go with the pictures?

                  Particularly the write up on mexican hash making and any articles that detail genetics that had been isolated and early breeding experiments.

                  Great post, thanks!
                  lifes a garden - - grow it

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                    #10
                    terp-profile is everything to me
                    i.c.mag saved my life

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                      #11
                      1976 - 1976 was the GOLDEN AGE of Cannabis. The younger generations will never understand this .
                      This says it





                      all.....

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                        #12
                        Ill redo that.

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                          #13
                          ludes. I remember crushing one up and sprinkling some on top of a bowl of weed. One word...KNOCKEDOUT!!!! It was like being hit by Mike Tyson. Check out the price for the Thai stick in Bangkok .80 cents. unreal.

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                            #14
                            Four Seasons
                            Looks arent everything. Its whats in the cannabinoid makeup thats makes a good smoke.
                            I think Cannabis has become more controlled, more sterile and bland..
                            Just my opinion peace
                            I agree 100%.
                            Tom Hill 'Haze'
                            My selections have focused on high-quality resin production, and imo this line is the Haze resin-queen.

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