stuck in the pines seeds

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Anxiety, Chronic pain, Insomnia, Nausea, Stress

Fat Man Gelato 33

Flavours: Candy, Fruit, Sweet Aromas: Earthy, flowery, fruity, sweet.

Ghost Farm di Alberto Frosini & C. S.a.s. | Via Madonna Del Prato 116 – 52100 Arezzo (AR) | C.F. e P. IVA 02309650519

This is a really incredible strain which has an indica prevalence and gets its powerful effects from a genetic heritage comprising of O.G. Kush, Train-wreck and Bubba Kush. Just by looking at it you’ll immediately feel happy, as you take in the various colour combinations on this strain, including mixtures of purples, greens, blues and pinks. It has a nice berry flavour and a sweet earthy fragrance reminiscent of pines. This strain combines the questionable negative effects of sedation and laziness with a rounded sense of happiness and joy. You can expect to be stuck to your couch during most of your high. In medical terms this strain is mainly used for the treatment of anxiety but it is also used regularly for the treatment of insomnia, pains and aches and loss of appetite.

Lemonade Kush

3 seeds, 5 seeds, 10 seeds

Company specialized in the sale of CANNABIS SEEDS and CANNABIS SATIVA L INFLORESCENCES

Stuck in the pines seeds

Before I knew it February was upon me and I had a cough that was keeping me up at night. So one sunny afternoon I bundled up and wandered through the neighbor’s fields and woods in search of white pine bark. There was a single pasture pine in the center of the field—glorious in its nature—perfectly built for climbing. I climbed up about midway and noticed some old wounds on the trunk where patches of sap had worked their way through and aged in the elements. I had an empty tin in my pocket and a handy jack knife so I scraped the sticky goo off the trunk and into the tin, snapped it shut and stuck it in my pocket.

At the height of summer, Eastern White Pines start to drop their beautiful green cones all over the ground. One summer while wandering through my favorite patch of pines I picked up 6 or 7 of the sticky cones and brought them home to make a tincture. I sliced them lengthwise and popped them into a pint jar and doused them with vodka and put them in a cool dark place and waited.

September is the best time to find local honey. I bought a pint from a friend and infused it with slices of fresh ginger root and set it in a cool dark place and waited.

Back at the house I pawed through my cupboard and found the jar of echinacea and the tinctured pine cones. In a kettle I combined the pine bark and needles with some water and simmered it for 20 minutes or so then pulled it off the heat to let it cool. Once it cooled I removed the bark.

On the way down from the tree I carefully removed a small amount of bark from a damaged limb and a handful of needles from the end of the branch. Off I went to make some syrup.

By the time October rolled around it was time to make root tincture from my echinacea patch. I made about pint of that and set it aside in a cool dark place and waited.

I got out a shot glass and settled in by the fire for a little nip. It was delicious! That night my cough became more productive and by the next day I was feeling a lot better but had developed a new problem. The syrup was so delicious that my roommates managed to polish it off by the end of the weekend!