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Old 07-19-2018, 04:33 PM #131
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The closest may have been some in Kerala vaguely similar but different terps by my nose.

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Salut SamS, Kerala ports have had important trade links in antiquity with Ethiopia!

Kerala x Ethiopia acclimated in Jamaica in mind.

About the Ethiopian origin the evidence is characterized by water pipes that are quasi the same to those of rastas.

Here is in Ethiopia


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Old 07-19-2018, 05:39 PM #132
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To be honest I did not see munch in India that reminded me of Jamaican Ganja landrace varieties pre invasion of the WLD varieties.
The closest may have been some in Kerala vaguely similar but different terps by my nose.
I suspect that Jamaican NLD varieties were a blend of Indian and African genes that settled down into stable landraces in Jamaica?

Australia has only had Cannabis being cultivated for maybe 60-70 years less then 50 as sinsemilla, and there may have been a lot of different
NLD varieties but unless conserved and kept away from WLD varieties they will be hybridized and gone as pure NLD varieties pretty fast.

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Hi Sam.

from your experience was the Kerala very narrow leafed or a little wider like the examples from Bodhi and Real Seed Company?


Im just wondering if the extreme narrow leaf originates in South East Asia or India?
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lol roms the rasta and nasal smoke! Instantly thought of a clip from Howard Marks a Video Diary
He mentions "The rastas" Smoking Habits. Areal Art to making SO MUCH Smoke
Coulnt find a relevant pic but there is this lol
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Picture in post 131 sure does look like the old 'toker' that instrument research used to make.
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I wouldn't discount the idea African slaves had something to do with these crops. In the Americas we have the arrival of different African crops from melons, gourds, sorghum, okra, species of rice, cowpeas, plantains, and maybe more. Out of the millions of people trafficked it's not hard to believe some carried seeds. As mentioned, Europeans contributed to diffusion and cultivation.

It's evident some of these crops have ranges across Asia too, and likely even arrived in Africa from Asia at some date millennia ago. I think the same happened with cannabis. In Phylos, sub-Saharan cannabis clearly has a link with SE Asian varieties. Some of this is probably Indian influence, but with the arrival of the ancestors of the Malagasy off the coast of Africa, plus crops like bananas in Africa, maybe this is another current. Maybe something complex happened in the Americas too, such as Asia > Africa > America + Asia and Europe > America.

I've also asked this before, but where does the American word "doja" for smoked cannabis come from? Depending on the answer, this word could be linguistically significant because it sounds a lot like "dagga", a native South African word for cannabis. I've searched for etymology on dagga and supposedly it comes from Khoikhoi 'dagab' or something similar. Found nothing for doja except a 20-year record of use in hip hop lyrics.
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I've also asked this before, but where does the American word "doja" for smoked cannabis come from? Depending on the answer, this word could be linguistically significant because it sounds a lot like "dagga", a native South African word for cannabis. I've searched for etymology on dagga and supposedly it comes from Khoikhoi 'dagab' or something similar. Found nothing for doja except a 20-year record of use in hip hop lyrics.
I know Daggering is a crazy form of dance originating from Jamaica.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daggering


Look at these crazy Daggerers.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kv1uWjKOHJU
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