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234 The Total Synthesis of Cannabinoids
has been previously converted into (±)-t:
Shayana cannabis Kierstead, J
Wilson and E It is interesting to note that with Zn halides the
reaction stopped at the cannabidiol (12) stage with 11 but proceeded to the
THC stage with 25 with apparently no isomerization of t:,1_ to t:,6-THC, even
during an extended reaction time They found that (±)-t,1-3,4-cis-THC
(3) was converted to (±)-t,6-3,4-trans-THC (2) on treatment with BBr3 M__
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ed by light green leaves entirely
covered with tiny white crystals. The bud is almost absent of hairs, save sparse, barren brown ones that dot the
bud. Its scent is mild and flat with the tiniest touch of green that tells droves about its Northern Lights
parentage. Light, semi-sticky buds snap apart from yucky tasting stems, perhaps overfertilized, perhaps not.
The smoke has a mild flowery full taste. The high is a little of everything--a bit cerebral, and bit forgetful and
stony. Nice trippy feeling but very mild. ***” – Homepage Amsterdam"
"“Arjan at the Greenhouse first introduced the White Widow strain in 1995. All reports that I have read state that
it has a very complex lineage. In Amsterdam most every coffee shop now sells WW. On my last trip I tried 3
different ""WW"". One sample from the Green House Centrum, one from Homegrown Fantasy (Hydro) and one
from a small local's shop called coffee shop ""Tops"". All three were very different. In all honesty my least
favorite of the lot came from the green house. It was a nice bud but it didn't have the resin coverage like I
remembered from previous trips to Adam. The Hydro from Homegrown fantasy was excellent, as was the super
resiny sample from “Tops."" Other items that I have read state that WW is still very much unstable and therefor
you could get almost anything.”"
"""The way Marc told it was like this: Arjan had a WW on display at some expo in a-dam. Someone from Dutch
passion/aloha stole a clone and hybridized it. That is the plant we bought for 130.00. This plays a part in the
great variance we see in the plant, it's not just WW being unstable, we know what happens when we inbreed f1
generations- gene recombination produces various phenotypes representative of the hybrid and p1 plants as
well as different genotypes. It's great if you’re a breeder because you can begin to dial in your own
preferences. I have one f2 plant I believe to actually be a throwback to the original WW. It is considerably
larger and more indica than the rest."" -LadyJ"
"“It's a very strong weed (which has unfortunately had the effect of spoiling me for other herbs, which seem not
to get me high like they used to), but not too sedating. And extremely tasty, one of the more fragrant herbs
I’ve run across (makes NL seem weak, odorless). Strange that the widow would do so lousy in hydro, as I find
her to be VERY easy to grow in organics. A smallish medium yielding plant that was super potent but not real
tasty. I been smoking along time and I prefer a tasty herb that you can puff a couple times to some thing that
knocks you on your ass after one hit and tastes like pure thc almost narcotic. Some of my friends loved it but
most were like me.”"
"“I heard that the mother was First Lady which parentage comes from Mullimbimby Madness a stable sativa
strain down here in Aus. The father I heard was from a Dutch Shiva Skunk (NL#5 x Skunk#1) giving it the
famous white crystal.” – Delta9"
Thus in the presence of BF3" Et20 , (-)ods- or (- )-trans-verbenol (5)
condensed with olivetol (6) to give (-)-~6-THC (2) in 44% yield Marijuana (pot, grass), mostly used in the United States, refers to the
dried flowering tops of the plant, which are smoked in a pipe or a cigarette as well as to an
entire tradition in marijuana commentary. Yet such a conclusion is difficult to avoid. The
marijuana user appears to be more active socially than the nonuser. He has more friends
and socializes more. He is engaged in a larger number and a greater variety of activities
than the nonuser—aesthetic appreciation and creation, political activism, and social
welfare, for instance. (Of course, some other human endeavors, such as traditional and
formal religious participation, are less often the object of marijuana users' interests.)
The zero-sum notion assumes that the two realms, the straight and the stoned, are
antagonistic and incompatible, enjoyed by a wholly different and distinct personnel. In
reality, most potsmokers do not rob their straight life to pay their stoned existence. More
commonly, the two enrich each other. Thus, any model based on the assumption that by
using marijuana those activities which society values will typically or necessarily
deteriorate in the lives of users has to be faulty. In the average user, no such process takes
place. (It will, of course, be a relatively simple matter to uncover exceptions.) The average
marijuana smoker utilizes his drug of choice as an adjunct and an enhancer of many of the
activities that the ordinary law-abiding citizen participates in.
The dire predictions of what happens when someone takes to the weed do not seem to
happen. It is said that although marijuana is not technically addicting, it does generate a
kind of psychological addiction (thus, the stoned model), and that once legal restrictions
are relaxed, huge numbers of persons will be stupefied most of their waking hours. When
we look at the facts, this argument evaporates. Most marijuana users smoke the weed
occasionally. The truly committed "head," the smoker who is high the whole day, day in
and day out, is a relative rarity, perhaps comprising 1 or 2 percent of everyone who has
ever smoked marijuana. And yet it is from this rarefied upper reaches of the world of
potsmoking that society's model of marijuana use is borrowed.
We will, of course, be able to locate specific individuals who are, in fact, high a great
proportion of their waking hours. But the difference between marijuana and any of the
physiologically addicting drugs—including alcohol—in this respect is so great as to be a
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difference of kind, and not simply a matter of degree. It is only because the medical
profession views marijuana use by definition pathological and abnormal ("abuse" is
defined as taking a drug outside a medical context) that any use of marijuana has to be
viewed, medically, as a kind of habituation, or psychological addiction. Something
anomalous, puzzling, and disturbing must be labeled pathological. But in less moralistic
terms—and it is only on moral grounds that the medical label makes any sense at all—it is
necessary to face the fact th , 343 (1969) Significantly, the ratio of normal to abnormal products was
now greater than 3: 1, indicating that apparent transformation of abn-CBD (14)
to normal products was taking place STRATEGY IN
THE SYNTHESIS OF
(_)_~I- AND ~6-THCS AND Sensiseds Marihuana Big Bud
The syntheses under discussion may be divided into
"Regarding …Skunk #1, Ed Rosenthal says he knows (it was) developed by Cultivators' Choice in California in
"Skunk #1 = originally developed by the Sacred Seed Co. (Cali/ Holland) Sk#1 arose from an Afghani X a
Colombian X a Thai. As far back as 1987 they were reporting its stability to less than 5% deviation. Now 11
years later it has to be one of the most stable strains around." -Prince Caspian Taste: Distorted by feeding- nothing to write about nothing to bitch about. Good but not great.
Yield 5 has production potential and was kept for that reason. The yield from the others was at least average.
As a whole taking all plants into consideration yield was better than average and there is a possibility of all
getting much better with time and choice of method used to grow em. Good ScrOG potential with this strain.
Comments: The day this is puffed when it’s older will be a great day I’m sure. Also curious to see how the yield
compares to the rest of the stable. If it gets just a tad bit better in the buzz department with age this will be
the new stone champ without doubt. It could be already NL x Shiva is dusting off the belt for transfer." - flick
Treatment of the pyrone with
excess CH3MgI gives
the triol, Depistage Canabis
which on treatment with catalytic amounts
Razdan and G In the case of
glaucoma where patients tend to become refractory to the drug in use, the
addition of a new class of drug which presumably acts by a novel mechanism is
of great interest
Kyncyl, Y Prasad and Sukh Dev, Tetrahedron, 32, 1440 (1976) and references cited
Shayana cannabis -- Sunday, March 18, 2018 12:38:43 AM
Petrzilka and M ssociation,
attitudinal shifts generally take place relative to drug use and drug-associated identities.
The more that one smokes, the greater the likelihood that he will see himself as a
marijuana smoker and the higher that drug-connected identities will rank on his "who am
I?" responses. The more that one will look for drug cues in others, the more he will think
of others in drug-associated terms; also the more one will think it necessary that others
with whom he associates smoke. The more that one smokes, the greater the salience that
marijuana has in his life. (The evidence for this assertion is presented in Table 8-3.)
Salience of Marijuana by Amount of Use
Percent saying "yes" to the following questions:
"When you meet a person for the first time, is the fact that he smokes marijuana one of
half-dozen things you think about?"
"Is it preferable that your friends smoke marijuana, or not?"
"Do you think that you would turn on your younger brother or sister, if you had one?"
Daily 81 56 88
3 to 6 times per week 69 53 73
1 or 2 times per week 45 37 65
1 to 4 times monthly 39 33 57
Less than monthly 16 31 41
It is impossible at this point to draw causal arrows. We must rather, think of the
relationship between our variables in dialectical terms. One variable, the amount of
marijuana smoked, influences a person's conception of himself as a smoker which, in turn,
also influences how much he smokes. The simple cause and effect model is inadequate
here. All of the factors form a kind of configuration. The amount a person smokes is
easily quantifiable, but it is itself a partial consequence of other factors. To attempt to
separate a strand does violence to the whole.
Moreover, the more an individual smokes marijuana, the greater is the likelihood that
he will also be involved in drug-related activities which further strengthen his social ties
to the drug-using group. For instance, the more he smokes, the greater the chances of his
having bought and/or sold marijuana. The more he smokes, the greater the need to
purchase marijuana; the more he smokes, the greater is the chance of being able to take
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advantage of the economy in large purchases, and the greater the likelihood of having a
surplus to sell; the more he smokes, the more he associates with others who smoke,
especially heavily, and thus the more centrally located he is in the marijuana distribution
system, and the more knowledge he has about buying and selling.
But the arrows move in both directions. The more he buys and sells, the greater the
number and the intensity of his personal acquaintances in the marijuana network, and the
more reinforced will be his marijuana-related activities, including smoking; the more that
he buys and sells, the more marijuana there will be around— the greate Blueberry is a mostly Indica (80% Indica, 20% Sativa) strain, that dates to the late 1970’s. A large producer
under optimum conditions. A dense and stout plant with red, purple and finally blue hues that usually cure to a
lavender blue. The finished product has a very fruity aroma and taste of blueberry. It produces a notable and
pleasantly euphoric high of the highest quality and is very long lasting. Medium to large calyxes.”Blueberry”
has a long shelf life and stores well over a long period of time. - Dutch Passion catalog Synthesis of THC Analogs
A what type of plant you want
and the seed-bank that you are going to use. The next step is too check
if the seeds are for indoor or outdoor use. There is a saying that all
cannabis seeds can be grown indoors and outdoor. This is true, but that
is not what the breeder had intended. If the breeder had created a plant
that does well indoors then it is suggested that you only grow these
seeds indoors. If you grow outdoors and the plant does not produce
that well, then you know that you should have followed the breeder’s
advice. Next time take that advice. There is nothing stopping you from
experimenting, and some growers have produced excellent results by
putting outdoor seeds indoors or putting indoor seeds outdoors, but it is
best if you follow the advice you are given, especially if you are new to
Figure 2.4 - Outdoor Sativa.
Figure 2.5 - Indoor Sativa.
Both of these pictures, figure 2.4 and 2.5, show a mostly
Sativa strain growing outdoors and indoors. As you can see this would
probably be labeled an outdoor strain because of its size. The grower,
mullummadman, has been able to grow it both ways though.
You may also find that a number of similar strains have been
produced by different breeders. When you look at the seed-bank list
you may see 1 - 4 types of the same plant. What is going on here you
ask? Well, let us take Skunk#1 for example. Skunk#1 is a mostly
Sativa plant but there are about 7 breeders who have provided a certain
seed-bank with these seeds. Each seed breeder tries to develop the best
plant possible for that strain type. You will find that some breeders are
good and others are not so good. Make sure that you check with the
seed-bank to see which breeder's strains are the best. Always choose
the best. The reason for choosing the best is that later you can
PRODUCE YOUR OWN SEED from that strain! Welcome to the
wonderful world of Marijuana growing.
Search for Serious Seeds and Paradise Seeds on the internet. They are
both Dutch seed companies.
The next thing to look for is flowering times. Each strain is a
bit different on flowering times. In a nutshell flowering is the next
cycle after your plant shows its sex. There are 3 main stages in plant
growth. Germination, Vegetative growth and Flowering. It is towards
the last days of flowering that you should begin your harvest. If the
seed-bank says, Skunk#1 Flowering time: 7-9 weeks then you should
be able to know roughly when your plant will be ready for harvest (in
this case it will 7 - 9 weeks from the time your plant starts to flower).
Some plants have shorter flowering times and others have
longer. This is a guide to help you understand how long it will take,
after vegetative growth is complete, before you will have a chance to
savior your plant’s delights. The last piece of advice is this. Always
consult someone about your strain type. Who knows, they may be able
to recommend something better.... Or maybe even have Smith and K Sathe, and M
Similarly 236 (R = CH3 or C2Hs) condensed with 11 to give the corresponding
ester, which on treatment with dimethylamine followed by LiAlH4 reduction
formed the analogs 239 (n = 2 to 5) The success of the synthesis was due to
the fact that 3S could be demethylated under near-neutral conditions to give 12,
since it is known that 12 is sensitive to both acidic and strongly basic conditions Williams, S Synthesis of THC Analogs
Of the 3 normal females, 2 are average and one is outstanding. The outstanding female (mother) was topped
and has 4 colas about 18" long each. These are really packing on the weight now. The secondary budding is
I pruned all the lower branches and leaves before flowering but this has all grown back now.
Everywhere you look is bud. Even the lower buds that don't get much light are frosted with crystal (not as dense
as the upper bud but I'm sure it will be tasty).
I noticed what seemed to be a male flower on one of the "normal" females and pulled it at 5 weeks. I thought
it was a male flower because it had a stem. I noticed the same thing on the outstanding female but left it. It
turned out to be a female flower "with a stem!".
An entirely different approach, which utilized a Diels-Alder reaction on an
appropriately substituted cinnamic acid derivative(Chart 1