heritage--what's in a name," in King J.
Several studies from a research group in the United Kingdom, where sinsemilla
has increasingly dominated the drug market, likewise have reported that the use of HPC is associated with a greater risk of psychosis.
They smoke U.S.-grown sinsemilla
, which runs up to $400 per ounce.
cities for purchases of two types of marijuana, commercial-grade and sinsemilla
, in both ounce and pound quantities.
Though Matisyahu's soulful voice owes a debt to Bob Marley, don't expect pot-inspired musings; instead, he observes, "Me no want no sinsemilla
," adding,"Torah food for my brain let it rain till I drown." Powered by his nimble trio, Matisyahu showers the songs with biblical references but describes the search for meaning in terms anyone can relate to.
Along with these changes came additional benefits--the best and most potent sinsemilla
marijuana in the world.
Marijuana, tobacco, hashish, and sinsemilla
were assessed for each trimester, using the same measures as for alcohol.
(10.) Prices of commercial grade marijuana are likely more relevant than those of the more potent sinsemilla
variety given evidence from National Narcotics Intelligence Consumers Committee (1998) that commercial marijuana dominates the U.S.
(One unintended consequence of the war on drugs has been to increase the potency of all illicit drugs: garden-variety marijuana has given way to powerful new strains of sinsemilla
; and powdered cocaine, to crack.) The friend who had once smoked opium smiled wistfully as he recalled the long-ago afternoon: "The dreams!
Deep within the bowels of the old building lies a large, well hidden two-room sinsemilla
An hour from now, I will rendezvous with two friends who are holding a bottle of Jose Cuervo, a sinsemilla
cola, and a fresh can of Krylon Day-Glow spray paint in front of "Hans (sic) European Military Surplus" store on the main street of Bloomington, near the campus of Indiana University, where some 47,000 students from around the world reside and study, and two blocks away from Indiana University Press -- the fountainhead of devotional criminology (Pepinsky, 1991; Pepinsky and Quinney, 1991).
marijuana has contained over 11 percent.
Figure 2 shows the results of comparing production costs and prices of a kilogram of sinsemilla
marijuana under different production regimes and different legality status.
Because of innovative indoor cultivation, sinsemilla
, or "skunk" Cannabis, which contains 16% to 20% THC and minimal CBD, now is widely available.