Audiobus: Use your music apps together.

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I| OT |I what ya smoking? Is it good?

Not sure if @Michael approves of this but we’ll see 😬

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  • It is legal here in Illinois. Northern Lights. A classic.

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    Nothing. Bad for the lungs. But I don’t criticize people for doing what they want to do as long as they don’t hurt others.

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    Damn, that’s granular. In the 70s the best you could get was Thai Sticks.

    @NeuM you can eat it, you know... but it promotes collectivism.

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    Nothing now. Used to when I was younger, but exercise and meditation work just as well for me now.

  • That would have been breakfast a few years back, I’m as pure as the driven snow these days though 🥴

  • Currently Vaping on some LA Kush Cake by buddy grew and also have some super heavy Black Gas.

    I don’t really mess with the legal rec market much, still cheaper, better and easier to get it from local growers. You can gift up to an ounce of flower here so it’s chill. I get ounces in the mail it’s pretty cool haha.

    As a cancer patient, it’s a life saver, I don’t take any pills anymore.
    Wish I could grow my own, but the landlord is not down.

    Only vape dry flower or eat edibles and RSO, don’t smoke anything anymore

  • I have some mag landrace and some lemon cake nugs and some indica edibles at the moment. Not sure if the edibles are strain specific though. The mag landrace is a very, very nice indica and the lemon cake is a great sativa for daytime activities

  • @dafrimpster said:
    It is legal here in Illinois. Northern Lights. A classic.

    Ooh what area in Illinois? I haven’t seen any northern lights over in the metro St. Louis dispensaries in Collinsville and Fairview

  • Los Angeles resident here, I'm mostly just smoking what my friends are getting. Usually hybrid strains up to 36-39% tHC. Really good stuff, I stay away from under regulated sales mostly because I used to do that myself!

  • From the Netherlands, after 20+ years I quitted smoking in March 2020. Was smoking multiple joints daily, mostly Moroccan hasj, Afghan or ice-o-later. Sometimes a bit of weed but that made me even more lazy 😉 I’m not negative against the use but only want to smoke again on special occasions and high quality.

  • People give me buds that I put away and enjoy like twice a year when the time is right. I never get downers on green but I don’t find it massively stimulating in terms of creativity either so....whatever...if you’re find good stuff in it, power to you but I’ve seen a few minds subdued rather than enhanced.

    Some good memories personally. On first thought I’d rather it stayed illegal in the uk, on second though, I’d rather my kids be smoking than drinking.

  • edited June 4

    Seattle here. I mostly prefer sativas, Blue Dream or Super Silver Lemon Haze are my usual choices. I always use a flower vape myself (Pax3), so much easier on the lungs and more discreet.

    I'd take a photo, but all my flower goes through a coffee grinder as soon as I get home. Not as exciting to look at :wink:

  • @supadom said:
    People give me buds that I put away and enjoy like twice a year when the time is right. I never get downers on green but I don’t find it massively stimulating in terms of creativity either so....whatever...if you’re find good stuff in it, power to you but I’ve seen a few minds subdued rather than enhanced.

    Some good memories personally. On first thought I’d rather it stayed illegal in the uk, on second though, I’d rather my kids be smoking than drinking.

    Last time I did it was to try out these diy beauties. Worked a treat! ;)

  • @Bietfriek said:
    From the Netherlands, after 20+ years I quitted smoking in March 2020. Was smoking multiple joints daily, mostly Moroccan hasj, Afghan or ice-o-later. Sometimes a bit of weed but that made me even more lazy 😉 I’m not negative against the use but only want to smoke again on special occasions and high quality.

    How did you quit? Just stop cold turkey? Or was there anything you did to help stop???
    I’ve been wanting to quit recently - or at least take a break for a few months - and I just keep failing. I’ve been an all day weed smoker for almost 30 years now. When I stop I get extreme insomnia, feel highly anxious, deeply depressed, and experience mild flu like symptoms for the first several days. It’s just weed, but I always feel like a heroin junkie needing a fix whenever I’ve quit for more than about 24 hours. I always breakdown & end up getting more - it’s legal here and easily found - there’s about 5 dispensary’s within 5 blocks from my place.

  • All I inhale these days is the toxic release of the city and office building environment. I often wonder what would be worse. Inhaling that all day, or living in the country as a smoker.

  • So much for 2021 ... I just scored a share of the output of an outdoor sativa hybrid known locally as the 6 Pounder ... or, for this particular girl, 138 ounces of finished heads ... 8 pounds off one bush. Espaliered basically... a fortuitous alignment of rain, genetics and seriously specialised expertise - a weed-whisperer.

    Poses an interesting issue for those jurisdictions that permit home growers a mere 6 plants.

    Largely a collection of spare parts and with an increasing range of missing bits, I've had no pain relief with CBD - nor with prescribed opioids thankfully - but THC - lots of it - provides a distraction... you forget about it all ... just get entangled in sounds, birds and midi routing. One day at a time.

    The truly dependent take drugs to feel normal.

  • after a very long break due to developing an unhealthy relationship with the plant, ive slowly started re introducing some smoke into my life! Ive got the classic og kush.

  • Loving my Illinois sativas for inspired music making. Or sometimes for inspired Netflix watching and snacking 😂

  • Morrocan pollen. Vaping tastes like sherbet incense. Nothing like this flavour. Makes everything sound sooo analogue. Just the right amount of alcohol too!

  • I don't think I've ever even seen hash in the US yet.

  • Well there's always a 'Silk Road' to try! It's a lot harder to get good resin in the UK too. I grew some autoflowers on my windowsill last year with ok results. I've been trying to find a strain that has that hash flavour tho. Lot of skunk smells like alpine toilet cleaner lol

  • @Tarekith theres plenty of hash in the US! at least in LA. Oils and shatter are more common, but theres still great hash to be found.

  • Yeah lots of shatter here, but never seen true hash. Curious how that falls under the legal requirements but haven’t looked into it yet.

  • Gave up smoking anything a few years ago. Had a nasty tobacco habit and always mixed. Recently discovered the Dynavap though and it's a lovely thing, find I'm way more disciplined with it.

  • @Halftone said:

    @Bietfriek said:
    From the Netherlands, after 20+ years I quitted smoking in March 2020. Was smoking multiple joints daily, mostly Moroccan hasj, Afghan or ice-o-later. Sometimes a bit of weed but that made me even more lazy 😉 I’m not negative against the use but only want to smoke again on special occasions and high quality.

    How did you quit? Just stop cold turkey? Or was there anything you did to help stop???
    I’ve been wanting to quit recently - or at least take a break for a few months - and I just keep failing. I’ve been an all day weed smoker for almost 30 years now. When I stop I get extreme insomnia, feel highly anxious, deeply depressed, and experience mild flu like symptoms for the first several days. It’s just weed, but I always feel like a heroin junkie needing a fix whenever I’ve quit for more than about 24 hours. I always breakdown & end up getting more - it’s legal here and easily found - there’s about 5 dispensary’s within 5 blocks from my place.

    You need a plan. A taper plan. Also, don't try to do it alone. Have you spoken to the dispensarys about your issues with weed? Or your friends and family?

  • edited June 5

    @Halftone said:

    @Bietfriek said:
    From the Netherlands, after 20+ years I quitted smoking in March 2020. Was smoking multiple joints daily, mostly Moroccan hasj, Afghan or ice-o-later. Sometimes a bit of weed but that made me even more lazy 😉 I’m not negative against the use but only want to smoke again on special occasions and high quality.

    How did you quit? Just stop cold turkey? Or was there anything you did to help stop???
    I’ve been wanting to quit recently - or at least take a break for a few months - and I just keep failing. I’ve been an all day weed smoker for almost 30 years now. When I stop I get extreme insomnia, feel highly anxious, deeply depressed, and experience mild flu like symptoms for the first several days. It’s just weed, but I always feel like a heroin junkie needing a fix whenever I’ve quit for more than about 24 hours. I always breakdown & end up getting more - it’s legal here and easily found - there’s about 5 dispensary’s within 5 blocks from my place.

    Well, we have got 15+ coffeeshops in our city and I tried it several times. The last few years I became a bit frustrated and felt weak, not being able to resist it. Normally I always had a few grams at home but after visiting New York in februari 2020 I came home and only had a small joint left. Took a few hits and for some reason I didn’t liked it anymore and stopped cold turkey. Had a few bad nights, started dreaming again but was motivated this time. In those 20+ years I smoked my first joint 10 minutes after waking up (be it 06:00/08:00 or 09:00), smoked all day until I go to bed. Took my responsibility for work so never smoked before going to work but after work, first thing I did light up one.

    I did visit some dispensary’s in the U.S.A. they got high quality stuff but miss the atmosphere that you can find in our shops in the Netherlands. Peak in Denver for example had some nice buds but it looks like some kind of medical center. And although I sometimes liked a bigger effect on special occasions, I purposely decided to not smoke that daily (as a Southpark fan I still like my photo’s of my visit to Casa Bonita ultra stoned haha) Some weeds are to f%+#& up for daily use and make you a bit crazy on the long term (think Haze and all that stuff). In Colorado I once ordered “the strongest they got” but it had nothing to do with chilling/relaxing anymore, totally spacing out! Again, nice for a special occasion but definitely not for daily use. That’s why I smoked Moroccan/Afghan hasj the most, also because a lot of shops over here are ran by Moroccan people 😉 It’s more easy/laidback, still let’s you function. See it like drinking a glass of wine for the taste/effect or drinking two bottles of Jack Daniels.

  • @Tarekith said:
    I don't think I've ever even seen hash in the US yet.

    I did see it…..also the oil but guess that wasn’t hash oil? Because even that is on the harddrug list over here. I.m.o. hasj smells better, tastes better and if you got good (non processed) stuff it’s more pure than certain weeds. With weed I turn into myself while with hasj I opened up a bit more. In Jamaica they rub it of the trees, in Morocco they use a screen/drum to sift it and here in the Netherlands they found a method to extract it with ice and pressure (that’s the ice-o-lator).

  • I was slave to weed and other things for years but at some point it started to dominate my life and was dragging me down, literally into death and darkness. Had no strength to quit, in my mind there was no life without weed, despite the addiction becoming worse and worse. Smoking wasnt making me creative anymore, money was burned constantly, time for other activities slimmer and slimmer. When I have reached the bottom, I was begging God for help and Jesus saved me. I wish you the same. Since then I spend money on apps and not on weed :smiley:

  • @ashh said:

    @Halftone said:

    @Bietfriek said:
    From the Netherlands, after 20+ years I quitted smoking in March 2020. Was smoking multiple joints daily, mostly Moroccan hasj, Afghan or ice-o-later. Sometimes a bit of weed but that made me even more lazy 😉 I’m not negative against the use but only want to smoke again on special occasions and high quality.

    How did you quit? Just stop cold turkey? Or was there anything you did to help stop???
    I’ve been wanting to quit recently - or at least take a break for a few months - and I just keep failing. I’ve been an all day weed smoker for almost 30 years now. When I stop I get extreme insomnia, feel highly anxious, deeply depressed, and experience mild flu like symptoms for the first several days. It’s just weed, but I always feel like a heroin junkie needing a fix whenever I’ve quit for more than about 24 hours. I always breakdown & end up getting more - it’s legal here and easily found - there’s about 5 dispensary’s within 5 blocks from my place.

    You need a plan. A taper plan. Also, don't try to do it alone. Have you spoken to the dispensarys about your issues with weed? Or your friends and family?

    I’ve read about the tapering plan - tried it but I have no willpower... If I have weed on hand I’ll just smoke it. I usually don’t buy from dispensary, I have a few home delivery services I use - it’s better weed and cheaper. My wife would be quitting along with me. She smokes the same as I do. I’ve read about a drug called Baclofen that’s had some initial success in a trial treating marijuana addiction - I’m half thinking about asking my doc for a couple weeks prescription for that to help.

  • @Halftone said:

    @ashh said:

    @Halftone said:

    @Bietfriek said:
    From the Netherlands, after 20+ years I quitted smoking in March 2020. Was smoking multiple joints daily, mostly Moroccan hasj, Afghan or ice-o-later. Sometimes a bit of weed but that made me even more lazy 😉 I’m not negative against the use but only want to smoke again on special occasions and high quality.

    How did you quit? Just stop cold turkey? Or was there anything you did to help stop???
    I’ve been wanting to quit recently - or at least take a break for a few months - and I just keep failing. I’ve been an all day weed smoker for almost 30 years now. When I stop I get extreme insomnia, feel highly anxious, deeply depressed, and experience mild flu like symptoms for the first several days. It’s just weed, but I always feel like a heroin junkie needing a fix whenever I’ve quit for more than about 24 hours. I always breakdown & end up getting more - it’s legal here and easily found - there’s about 5 dispensary’s within 5 blocks from my place.

    You need a plan. A taper plan. Also, don't try to do it alone. Have you spoken to the dispensarys about your issues with weed? Or your friends and family?

    I’ve read about the tapering plan - tried it but I have no willpower... If I have weed on hand I’ll just smoke it. I usually don’t buy from dispensary, I have a few home delivery services I use - it’s better weed and cheaper. My wife would be quitting along with me. She smokes the same as I do. I’ve read about a drug called Baclofen that’s had some initial success in a trial treating marijuana addiction - I’m half thinking about asking my doc for a couple weeks prescription for that to help.

    There’s a 12 step for weed, called MA. Its a route to getting help from a higher power (doesn’t have to be an Abrahamic god). Its a program that works for many.

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