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Old 11-13-2018, 10:52 PM #3401
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from the lambsbread page, and has anyone cobbed lambsbread?

thought this was interesting

"One step further is the practice of allowing the kid/lamb/goat (starved for a few days) to consume the ripened colas. The material goes through the digestive tract quickly and is defecated almost intact. It is then dried and smoked. It is reported that this product results in the most psychoactive of experiences...and is therefore reserved for consumption by revered elders, spiritual shamans and tribal dignitaries.

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how about stuffing some lower intestine with buds like sausage?. seriously, dont even have to kill or skin the sheep.
sertaiz had a little lamb...come on man,that's really weird.stoned lambs lol
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Old 11-13-2018, 10:56 PM #3402
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Here are the tests if anyone is interested. Increase in THC is significant. 21 to 27%

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Old 11-14-2018, 05:51 PM #3403
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Nice chart for the cannabinoids and their levels. Thanks man.

To be expected that the THC concentrations increased, just like hash or kif where the glandular heads that carry the cannabinoids are separated out from all the extra leaf that is present even in manicured flowers.....concentrations in hash sometimes exceed 50% THC.

I am going the next step to see how the terpenes fare after cobbing, more specifically what terpenes survive the heating and fermenting process and whether their concentrations increase or decrease. As we are starting to discover, terpenes are what make each cultivar unique. Seeing that there are well over 100+ terps in cannabis, the possible combinations are unbelievable and really exponential in number. Still, the 20 or so primary terpenes give each cultivar a nice fingerprint to start with so I figure that comparing the original plant's cured flower to fermented/vacuumed flowers, and to cobbed flowers, will be revealing, too.

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so i have some cob i want to eat but it was grown really close to a chicken coop.
i dont want any wierd chicken diseases, what can i do, maybe microwave it for a bit idk i found a couple small feathers in the buds
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so i have some cob i want to eat but it was grown really close to a chicken coop.
i dont want any wierd chicken diseases, what can i do, maybe microwave it for a bit idk i found a couple small feathers in the buds
I grew mine in 50 year old chicken shit. You're good.


You can also wash your weed. You wouldn't believe the wind blown crap that comes off of it.
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I grew mine in 50 year old chicken shit. You're good.


You can also wash your weed. You wouldn't believe the wind blown crap that comes off of it.
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I grew mine in 50 year old chicken shit. You're good.


You can also wash your weed. You wouldn't believe the wind blown crap that comes off of it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qa1rgo_IEzc

Yeah, like trichomes and THC-bearing glandular heads....
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Yeah, like trichomes and THC-bearing glandular heads....
A purist huh? I challenge you to tell the difference. Actually, you'd probably choose the washed bud.

I'm not talking about putting it through a wringer washer and a spin cycle. Just a quick dip and rinse.
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A purist huh? I challenge you to tell the difference. Actually, you'd probably choose the washed bud.

I'm not talking about putting it through a wringer washer and a spin cycle. Just a quick dip and rinse.
Its a must where I live outdoor grown weed is just full of wind blown sand round here.
Try it a quick rinse and hang to dry you will not believe the crap that just falls out and that wouldn't be all of it by a long shot.
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Old 11-15-2018, 10:38 PM #3410
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It's not exactly like cob Malawi, sorry, but I tried ...
I had this blueberry x bigbud that was full of resin, but with too many leaves, so I did this:after a few days of drying I put the buds under a press, obtaining a little small block, I wrapped it in a piece of brown paper (that of the bread bags) and closed it in a plastic bag in the garage ...
After a few weeks I took a small piece for a test, first of all the "package" gives off an unusual and pleasant scent of coffee, once the wrapper has been opened it is necessary to cut the block with a knife/cutter...
The taste is of coffee, earth and hashish, the effect is strong, psychedelic followed by waves of relaxation ...
Now I put the casing back in the garage for a few months...



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