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Old 07-30-2016, 09:17 AM #21
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Here's some of the weed I used on my bubble runs. Packs a good strong donkey punch.



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Old 07-30-2016, 09:24 AM #22
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Cambodia has been changing alot recently....land prices are shooting up, skyscrapers are popping up like mushrooms, and the old skool attitudes to cannabis are morphing. Not long ago you could walk into any bar or guesthouse and the weed was on the house. Big bowls for everyone's consumption. In 99 ladies were openly selling weed in the central market at $2.50 for a pound. That's a distant memory now.....but I did find one bar that has a little bowl ready for its customers. It's a nice touch.

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Old 07-30-2016, 09:29 AM #23
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some laos strains have pink colors in them
I found a truly amazing looking lady up the Himalayas a few years ago....metallic blue with pink pistils. It stood out from the bunch. Lots of Nepali's seem to have very vivid and unusual colouration to them. In one field you can find all the colours under the rainbow. Lots of pinks, reds, dark greens, lime greens, and the illusive metallic blue. I should be in Nepal within 2 months on the hunt for that blue.......yesssssss
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Here is some very sweet and floral wispy sativa. The buds were very light in colour and foxtailing. Was an absolute pleasure to smoke this.

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Here's a little chunk of Nepali hash I managed to pick up in the city. Variety is the spice of life.


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2 fat little nugs from a bag I picked up today. You can see the oil the Nepali has left on the bag.


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Old 08-04-2016, 11:49 PM #27
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2 fat little nugs from a bag I picked up today. You can see the oil the Nepali has left on the bag.


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Cool thread... Makes me want to visit
I like knowing I can score some herb once I get off the plane..

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Old 08-08-2016, 04:52 AM #29
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I made some oil yesterday from 100 grams of beautiful Cambodian sativa. It definitely packs a punch.
Here's a few samples of the bud I used.







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Old 08-08-2016, 05:00 AM #30
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I used a rice cooker to produce the oil. Seems like a very stress free and hands off way of making it. It took maybe 2/3 hours from start to finish. It's very sticky work but well worth the effort.










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