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    Originally posted by Roms View Post
    Seriously plenty of Moroccan hasch in Paris by the late 50s? You do not know that in the Rif they didn't know how to extract, it was only from the late 60s and start 70s that "hippies" started to teach them
    I know loads of Westerners say this, and as with most things loads of Westerners say about Cannabis, it's totally unsubstantiated and very unlikely to be true

    You can read what Western writers themselves in Morocco and Paris during the late 50s wrote

    And the idea you'd need to introduce the technique from South Asia, when production using the sieving technique had been happening around the Mediterranean for god knows how long in Egypt, Greece, and more recently Lebanon

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      Originally posted by Brother Nature View Post
      Yeah, I'm sure the savages of the third world had no idea how to cultivate hash before the enlightened Westerners came in to assist. I mean there's no literature or anything documenting it happening before then.
      Yep...

      But the experts "know", because if you repeat something enough times, it becomes true....

      Currenty in front of me a description of buying high-grade hashish from Ketama in the Passage Thierre, near the Place Bastille in 1955 - in the next door room, meetings of the FLN Algerian undergound...

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        Originally posted by Im'One View Post
        Ok is it dry sift? Or bubble hash?
        sorry missed your question the first time ,,,bubble,,its very dry and loose compared to my other outdoor bubble hash made from a mix
        of my own diffrent hybrids which is sticky an black,,the rasoli is pure rasoli off two large seeded plants,,the effects have a warmness and brightness a clear mental effect average in potency but still pleasurable

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          Originally posted by harvestreaper View Post
          sorry missed your question the first time ,,,bubble,,its very dry and loose compared to my other outdoor bubble hash made from a mix
          of my own diffrent hybrids which is sticky an black,,the rasoli is pure rasoli off two large seeded plants,,the effects have a warmness and brightness a clear mental effect average in potency but still pleasurable
          looks lovely, though dry sieving always preferrable imo, because so much of what is lost with the water creates the full effect

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            Originally posted by ngakpa View Post
            Currently in front of me a description of buying high-grade hashish from Ketama in the Passage Thierre, near the Place Bastille in 1955 - in the next door room, meetings of the FLN Algerian undergound...
            correction: c. 1960

            and Passage Thiéré
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              Samuel Coleridge wrote about in the early 1800's and there is mention of the first association of the word assassins and hashish in the 1809 literature of Sylvestre de Sacy of France. (link if you get french: https://www.google.co.nz/books/editi...C?hl=en&gbpv=0 )
              "No Nation has ever benefited
              From a protracted war"
              -Sun Tzu

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                Originally posted by Brother Nature View Post
                Samuel Coleridge wrote about in the early 1800's and there is mention of the first association of the word assassins and hashish in the 1809 literature of Sylvestre de Sacy of France. (link if you get french: https://www.google.co.nz/books/editi...C?hl=en&gbpv=0 )
                early 1800s?

                You can go back another 500 to 600 years

                Ignoring the doubtful stuff about Pharoahs, Cannabis was in Egypt by the 1200s

                and there's plenty of circumstantial evidence to indicate knowledge of the sieving technique travelled west with it

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                  Dude you know there were curious hunter gatherers who could easily discern ...well nothing in nature eats this so I will avid it as well mentality I'm sure was around.....to the dude that first ate cannabis....homeostasis never felt so goooooooood
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                    Originally posted by harvestreaper View Post
                    sorry missed your question the first time ,,,bubble,,its very dry and loose compared to my other outdoor bubble hash made from a mix
                    of my own diffrent hybrids which is sticky an black,,the rasoli is pure rasoli off two large seeded plants,,the effects have a warmness and brightness a clear mental effect average in potency but still pleasurable
                    Thanks, I was going to run Rasoli last summer, but your post about it reaching for the sky stopped me. My new neighbors were unknown to me and I decided not to risk the outdoor grow. I have enough Rasoli for a preservation run but want to run it out side and hope we can go recreational soon, and forget plant limits. I have RSC Rasoli and khalifa Rasoli both, in excess of fifty seeds.

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                      Volga trade route, probably the knowledge of hashish was already known among the Vikings (800-1050).They used btw the Ulfberht sword made from very high quality steel.
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                      In volcanic soil we trust

                      Whether your checkin out bud porn or regular porn from 1975, you wont catch anyone trimming thier bush
                      BTW that pluton sucked. We grew it outside-looked awesome, smelled great, everything but when dried, it had 0% high.
                      I see it as a kind of wonder drug of our time - Dr.Lester Grinspoon
                      In 1895, ‘Arabs . . . Armenians
                      [and] Turks’ grew Cannabis indica in central California to supply hash
                      to compatriots in San Francisco, and to smoke ‘kiff’ themselves.
                      Additionally, the u.s. army planted
                      marijuana in Panama in the 1920s for testing its effects on soldiers
                      The Dutch paid the Khoisan in 1713 with drugs rather than
                      food, goods or cash.
                      For the purposes of this research, Roger Adams had obtained red oil extract of the plant legally from the United States Department of the Treasury

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                        Originally posted by mexcurandero420 View Post
                        Volga trade route, probably the knowledge of hashish was already known among the Vikings (800-1050).
                        anything to substantiate that "probably"?

                        that post gives a misleading idea of how trade routes work

                        whatever travelled on that route, it passed from hand to hand many times over

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                          Originally posted by ngakpa View Post
                          I know loads of Westerners say this, and as with most things loads of Westerners say about Cannabis, it's totally unsubstantiated and very unlikely to be true
                          Hey go to Morocco and the Rif and talk to elders farmers to know the true, that's what i did!

                          Lol in real i see a lot of disinformation from you, as a wrong archetype of Westerners that repeat false historical info again and again, too bad!

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                            I talked with elder people like these from this movie about henbane:
                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWzoq8ICfmc

                            These people called hashish kef and ganja was called also grass or marihuana
                            Scythians were making temazcals made with cannabis, it is documented
                            Carthagians used cannabis, from this link: "Strange, the traces of cannabis raised argue that as in the great tradition of the Rum in the sailing navy, this plant was probably chewed by the rowers in order to rise up scared (in combat) and tired."

                            Would you approve the authority of the naval encyclopedia as a reliable document source?: https://www.naval-encyclopedia.com/g...aginian-ships/
                            It is clear cannabis existed in the Middle East during the roman and greek empires. And if people manipulate cannabis flowers at any time of history they will discover unavoidably that resin will get their hands sticky and probably that have psychoactive effects, leading to the discovery and use of hashish and its trade among the different people of that time and that would include Vikings, which have travelled through the Volga Route and there is documentation about it

                            These are Kerala seeds I am sprouting after reading some excellent reports about the hybridizing quality of TRSC Kerala. To the right is the TRSC version, I am not good with pictures but it has beautiful stripes and look special. To the left is the Kerala/Idukki version your competition offers, which are a little bigger seeds and darker
                            They certainly take you as a reference because they copy all your description patterns. But the seeds are clearly not the same.


                            Scholars are also wrong. It is not about being westerner, easterner or a scholar from Cambridge what gives you the authority to say something is right or wrong. When people have commercial interests in selling seed, bullshit is at the order of the day, be the bullshitter indian, moroccan, american or british. History is always written by the winners and facts get always twisted. We need to be more humble with historical facts

                            Originally posted by ngakpa View Post
                            if you're getting outraged about making rare landrace genetics available to people when the institution in question has chosen to hoard them, maybe check yourself...
                            They dont seem to be landrace, I am having 5 plants which are all very similar, I know it is a small number but, is this stock coming from the hoarder institution true breeding stock?
                            Thank you very much for making them available and have a nice week

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                              pollen provides an objective basis for determining when Cannabis was present in a region, so there's already a clear picture of where some of the earliest centres of domestication are, i.e. Western Steppe and eastern Central Asia

                              it's also possible to differentiate wild and domesticated Cannabis based on pollen grains

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                                Originally posted by Roms View Post
                                i see a lot of disinformation from you
                                hurt your eyes maybe from staring too hard at chemtrails?

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