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Old 09-02-2004, 10:31 PM #41
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Well, Nattynatty, that's what I'm talking about. Who is this masked man? I'm NOT putting down Tom Hill. Far from it, too many growers I really respect are just going bonzo over Cripple Creek, Deep Chunk, Caljax, etc. It's just amazing that suddenly these new strains seemed to all pop up at once.

I'm VERY lucky to have received a few Caljax and Deep Chunk which I can't wait to pop. I just am curious as to the origins of these strains. I've seen the pics from CBF and these girls look fantastic.

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Old 09-02-2004, 10:43 PM #43
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too many growers I really respect are just going bonzo over Cripple Creek, Deep Chunk, Caljax, etc. It's just amazing that suddenly these new strains seemed to all pop up at once.

I'm VERY lucky to have received a few Caljax and Deep Chunk which I can't wait to pop. I just am curious as to the origins of these strains.

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My thoughts exactly, Dr. Jay. Im wonderin my self how a few strains can cause such Hype.

i received some Black Chunk... cant wait to pop em'

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Old 09-02-2004, 11:14 PM #44
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Thumbs up Hype...

Uhh yeah..... CBF grew and I could not stop talking about .... matter of fact I still can't blahzay blah tell your friends

Bog those rockdudes are pretty trippy man... if you look close enough I might just pop outta one of those holes
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Old 09-03-2004, 12:18 AM #45
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Ah, the Nattynattygirl is getting downright Ras :-) Very Irie.

Gosh, I've found Sativa dominants best for neuropathic pain and nausea while Indica dominant work best for muscle spasm and inflammation. So, it depends what you're trying to treat.

I use Sativa dominant generally during the day in order to not get too couchlocked. I broke my rule this AM by toking a bowl of Romulan and it took me another 2 hours to then get out of bed.

Good daytime Sativa dominant strains include Santa Marta Gold, C-99, S.A.G.E., Apollo, and Mother's Finest. Of course Jamaican Lambsbread is way up there (from what I hear I've not had the pleasure.

For nightime I go with Indica dominant to help my back and the leg spasms. Sensi Star is nice, Black Domina even better and the G-13 crosses not bad. My standby always is BOG's Lifesaver.

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Old 09-03-2004, 02:26 AM #46
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LOL, I and I went to graduate school with a fellow from Kingston who always warned me "look out for the Ras mon". LOL. Ernie was his name and upper middle class was his game. Ernie would go on and on about "all those Ras do is smoke de dope all day long".

Now my stepson is an honorary Ras with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh being his mentors. You sure won't see any Ras starting any wars.

I never argued with Ernie about the Ras. He was a good guy and would back pounds of "Coffee mon, from de Blue Mountain". Yum!

So Irie it is :-)

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Old 10-12-2004, 05:46 PM #49
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Hi All
Am getting myself a little collection of Medicinal Strains , with my Bad Back i need Serious Flower Power ...
Currently growing LifeSaver , Blueberry there into there 2nd week of Flower now also have 2 MindBoggle .....
But i have a good few other strains aswell like
Medicine Man
Chemo
Romulan
Black Domina
Mother Finest
Cindrella 99
they will be my next few grows ..
Wondering hows PeaceMaker not heard much on this just that its Tastes great and numbs your body out ;-)
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Old 10-12-2004, 10:11 PM #50
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I just found this thread and I have to get my hands on some seeds of cripple creek.

My wife and I both have severe depression. We are both on ss disability. I also have constant anxiety and social phobia. Keeps life interesting to say the least.

I have been looking into strains that would best help us. Being in California allows us to grow legally since my doctor supports our use of marijuana.

Big blue from highgrade-seeds and bubblegum were my choices until I read this thread. Cripple creek sounds like it would be a perfect match for us.

Anyone know where I can order the seeds from?
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