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Old 07-16-2018, 10:54 AM #3101
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Had .5g of 3 or 4 month cured Malawi last night and had the strangest, trippiest and best time. 20 hours later and still a little blissed.
Thats awesome my friend I used to think it was just me and I was going crazy ha ha.
Now i know its just that we are blessed.
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You're not crazy mate, but if you are, then there's a few more crazies out this way, as most everyone has loved it, but most smoked it and not ate.
Last night I think I heard the rusty hinges of the doors to my heart creak open a little more Had some amazing experiences on cob. This stuff just takes you where you need to go.
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repuk Zam Malawi Cobs

Mick, that's so great to hear and the kind of experience we all seek! Did you smoke or ate it?

Zamldelica Cobs

After 30 days of curing, I unsealed them today to find them still pretty moist. All humidity traveled from maize husk to the cobbed buds.

It was obvious some sort of wax from the maize husk sealed the cob, as husks where perfectly adhered to the cobs. Looked like honey and vanished quickly.



Smell was brined vegetables at the beggining, slowly subduing to a sweet Mangoish fermented smell.




All pics are color balanced with a grey card. Greenish tone slowly seem to dissapear or turn orangeish with drying.





Let's recap, until now:

- Sweat phase: 3 cycles of heating to 60C then leaving residual heat 4 hour each.

- Fermentation: 8 days at daytemp (30C max)

Leave them drying until husk dry to the touch, then revac and leave

- Curing: 30 days at daytemp (30C max).

Unseal, let dry. (Current phase, been like 3 hours and they're pretty damp still, drying slowly at room temp, 20C)
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Hi brother those will slow dry nicely and as they age should bring out the taste and highs.
The color looks great treat them well and they should be superb from the photos.
Mick said he chewed 0.4g in his report.
Once yours are dry try 0.5g to get a feel for the effects then adjust up or down from there.
As they age you will need less and less to get off.
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You're not crazy mate, but if you are, then there's a few more crazies out this way, as most everyone has loved it, but most smoked it and not ate.
Last night I think I heard the rusty hinges of the doors to my heart creak open a little more Had some amazing experiences on cob. This stuff just takes you where you need to go.

As the other Mick once said, "You can't always get what you want, but you'll get what you need."



Amazing energy in the Cob, sometimes like MMDA where you can't sit still, other times like Ecstasy where you call up an old girl friend after 10 years and spend 2 hours talking to her. You got it right on when you mentioned the Heart......cob puts the mind on hold and lets the heart step out without fear.



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As they age you will need less and less to get off.

I'm spoiled by McKush's MH7 cob. The Mange Rosa cobs I made are particularly clear, peaceful, and introspective......good for working all day. The MH7, shit, the tiniest piece now, like two match-head's worth, slow chewed until gone, is all I need to spend a nice day at work. A piece the size of a pea makes a day at work impossible because I can't put my thoughts into sentences to come out of my mouth. A chunk the size of two peas is a Tang Trip.....the kind you mention where you listen to music, on your back, for 3 hours before you consider going anywhere else.
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As the other Mick once said, "You can't always get what you want, but you'll get what you need."



Amazing energy in the Cob, sometimes like MMDA where you can't sit still, other times like Ecstasy where you call up an old girl friend after 10 years and spend 2 hours talking to her. You got it right on when you mentioned the Heart......cob puts the mind on hold and lets the heart step out without fear.


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Mick, that's so great to hear and the kind of experience we all seek! Did you smoke or ate it?

Zamldelica Cobs

After 30 days of curing, I unsealed them today to find them still pretty moist. All humidity traveled from maize husk to the cobbed buds.

It was obvious some sort of wax from the maize husk sealed the cob, as husks where perfectly adhered to the cobs. Looked like honey and vanished quickly.

Smell was brined vegetables at the beggining, slowly subduing to a sweet Mangoish fermented smell.

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All pics are color balanced with a grey card. Greenish tone slowly seem to dissapear or turn orangeish with drying.

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Let's recap, until now:

- Sweat phase: 3 cycles of heating to 60C then leaving residual heat 4 hour each.

- Fermentation: 8 days at daytemp (30C max)

Leave them drying until husk dry to the touch, then revac and leave

- Curing: 30 days at daytemp (30C max).

Unseal, let dry. (Current phase, been like 3 hours and they're pretty damp still, drying slowly at room temp, 20C)
Hey Repuk, I ate a little over .5g. A month or 2 ago this amount would of got me really stoned and discombobulated, but now it's super clear and trippy, all unicorns and rainbows
Beautiful cob pics mate.
I've been getting some strange smells too. I gave a mate some Z99 cob and he opened the bag and took a big sniff, then made some disparaging remarks about how it didn't smell like weed but more like overripe bananas. So he rolls a joint and after 3 or 4 puffs he's gone, staring out into who knows what, with the joint still between his fingers, and he stayed like that for a long time
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As the other Mick once said, "You can't always get what you want, but you'll get what you need."



Amazing energy in the Cob, sometimes like MMDA where you can't sit still, other times like Ecstasy where you call up an old girl friend after 10 years and spend 2 hours talking to her. You got it right on when you mentioned the Heart......cob puts the mind on hold and lets the heart step out without fear.


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Awesome pic.
Beautiful thoughts mate. Ayahuasca has the Little Doctors, but Cob has the Little Heart Pixies
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I gave a mate some Z99 cob and he opened the bag and took a big sniff, then made some disparaging remarks about how it didn't smell like weed but more like overripe bananas. So he rolls a joint and after 3 or 4 puffs he's gone, staring out into who knows what, with the joint still between his fingers, and he stayed like that for a long time

That sounds amazing!

Is Z99 a zamal x c99? faster flowering with sativa effects?
I check this thread everyday I love the methods people are playing with and the effects they're describing.
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