Here’s how a busy London housewife with no previous growing experience grew over 3 ounces of premium cannabis in her back garden.

Carmella is a 42 year old mother that works a busy events job in town and leads a hectic social life.

She loves a smoke but finds much London weed too strong, expensive and random, with dealers not always being the most reliable of people.

Carmella got in touch and a few emails later she began to grow.

After an investment of 75 days and £45 she was looking at 3 ounces of fragrant top quality bud which would have cost her £750. People at Glastonbury bothered her for it.

You too can:

  • Grow ounces of quality bud outdoors
  • Do this organically, without using chemicals or special equipment
  • Harvest a product with high monetary value
  • Say goodbye to your dealer

Using these step by step instructions you, like Carmella can grow amazing weed in your garden with ease.

Autoflowers have come on in leaps and bounds and over 5 years of development has delivered some outstanding varieties – so much so that some people only grow autos. Times have changed and now a total beginner can grow outstanding cannabis with little effort by following these simple steps.

Autoflowering cannabis or ‘Autos’ don’t require any special light conditions, they just flower a certain number of days following germination, regardless of light changes and normally in 70-80 days.

Step 1 – Carefully choose your location


Autos need as much sun as you can give to them. Choose your growing space wisely. Remember it is quite normal for people to use poly tunnels and coverings for plants anyway – if you are worried about the appearance of the plants from a distance you can mix them up with other plants, or covering them with a mesh cage or semi transparent cover of some sort can also help to make plant identification difficult from a distance.

Watch the area at different times and try to find somewhere that gets plenty of morning light if possible – the more the better. And bear in mind that the sun will get higher in the sky as summer goes on change the direction of light slightly.

If you have pets you may need to restrict access to the plants, cats have been known to trash seedlings by digging into soil and dogs can be clumsy with their tails.

In the UK I would recommend starting your grow in late May or June.

Step 2 – Choose and order your seeds


I knew that Carmella wanted something with an uplifting (not sleepy) effect that was easy to grow so this was a simple choice for her. The Magnum from Buddha Seeds. I have come across other excellent autoflowering plants on my travels however so also include here ones that I would definitely grow again, which I know yield well.

There are a huge choices of autoflowering seeds on the market – it all depends what kind of effect you’re looking for as to what you grow – but some autos are in a different league.

Here are some recommendations based on my experience. (I link to a seed shop called Seedsman, where appropriate) which I can confirm are reliable and discreet UK seed bank you can rely on. I have personally used them many times without problem.

Magnum Auto

From Buddha Seeds. This has not disappointed anybody I know and is often found in my garden. It’s a wonderfully reliable plant with an energising creative buzz that will have you tidying up or going for a walk with joyous happiness.

It is also a strong effect – you get so wrapped up in what you are doing that time does pass before you realise you could perhaps have some more of that lovely stuff! So this is really good value and easy to get 1-2 ounces from one plant.

Easy to grow and not a heavy feeding plant. Loves the molasses I found. Also not particularly smelly, except sometimes in drying. A real gem. This is what Carmella grew and loved.  Buy here.

Dinafem Cheese XXL Autoflowering

Dinafem lead the autoflowering market in many ways – their latest Cheese XXL is an exemplary plant. A really good yielder for an auto and the weed itself is excellent. Many really very large flowers in 70-80 days. If you’re after something a bit stronger you can’t go wrong with this. Great for beginners, will not disappoint you.

Easy to grow and a very stoned psychedelic effect which benefits from a decent cure (see curing below). Dinafem are very reliable seeds – they pretty much always germinate and this is a completely decent cheese for an auto. Buy here.

Jack 47 Autoflowering

Jack 47 is really something extraordinary when it comes to yield and speed. The reason to grow this plant is for its very large production.

Within 60 days a huge plant emerges with ounces of extremely sticky bud. I would say it’s totally commercially viable sticky stuff but the high wasn’t totally blowing. I would grow it again. I’m sure a lot of people will love it. It does the job.  Buy here.

Barneys Pineapple Express

This plant made quite an impression and was filed under extreme stealth with fantastic high. It does not get big it’s a very squat plant but that might be just what you need.

None of them got bigger than 2ft and each plan produced some really nice uplifting yet heavy hitting weed. You’ll get around an ounce or more each plant without trying too hard. Really nice stuff.  Buy here.

Fast Buds Girl Scout Cookies

This variety apparently uses original Girl Scout Cookies cuttings and I have to say I found the high to be one of the most cosmic mind bending indica highs I have ever experienced. The plant grows differently to other autos I have  grown and ends up pretty big in the end. Really strong indica hit, basically. Don’t make plans if you are going to smoke this. Fun, super tasty stuff that I would definitely grow again. Buy here.

Step 2 – Get your pots

smartpot Smart pots grow healthier plants


Felt or fabric pots are great I like to use 60litre dirt pots. Anything more is overkill and even this may be a bit much for an auto – some might say. I like the results. You could get away with less. Using felt pots gives you the best possible plant by preventing root circling and allowing good drainage of the soil which is essential for growing any cannabis. Many people have good results with the taller airpots – it depends on your local climate to some extent but I prefer the smart pot type pot.

When using felt pots I tend to put them on top of something for drainage and so that the roots are not in direct contact with a concrete floor, where the plant will lose heat into the concrete.

Step 3 – Get some soil


Autoflowering plants don’t need huge amounts of feeding – but they can be fed and some need more feeding than others. If you buy decent quality potting soil that will get you a fair way along the plant’s growth cycle and in some autos cases will be all they need.

Fill your pots up with your chosen soil but do not pack it down. Plant Magic soil is highly recommended in the UK as well as Biobizz Allmix and John Innes No 2. In the US Roots Organic is very well regarded.

I also like to add around 25% perlite to my soil. Please bear in mind that perlite can be very difficult to work with, and the dust it produces is poisonous to humans. Be really careful when you wrinse the stuff out, which is essential before mixing it well into your soil. This provides extra air and drainage to the soil. Some auto breeders (Dinafem) also recommend adding 30% coco to your mix, which also adds an extra something to the soil, but is certainly not essential.

Step 4 – Drench soil and plant seeds

Root Trainers help to build up a thicker root system Root Trainers help to build up a thicker root system


Some make a bid deal about planting seeds, I like to go for the simple, ‘like in nature’ method. Having totally drenched my soil and let it drain for a while I just throw my seed onto the soil. I then make a small hole 5-6mm deep next to the seed with some kind of small pokey thing (like a match or small twig) and gently push the seed into the hole with the match. Carefully cover the hole and then leave, making sure birds or other animals can’t access the planting area. Give the area where the seed is a good spray with water every other day. That is all you need to do to get things going.

For protection you can rig up a piece of mesh or a small plastic cup. Birds tend to lose interest after the plants first couple of weeks growth but rabbits can also be a pest.

After 4 – 7 days you should see life poking through. You can then start watering VERY gently every other day but never directly onto the new seedling, let its area get wet by watering around it so you aren’t dumping loads of water directly on top of the new plant.

Autos don’t generally like repotting so should always be started in their final container. At least this is the way I used to do it and would still recommend it for people wanting a simple method.

Now I tend to use ‘root trainers’ shown above.  Using these you can let the plant grow for the first 3/4 weeks in the root trainer and then easily replant it once it has grown a substantial root mass. The root trainers force the plant to send out extra roots as they have a hole in the bottom, this makes the plant grow a more robust root system.

Adding in some mycorrhizal fungi directly to the roots  having sprayed them with water during replanting can give the plant a massive boost leading to a much healthier root system. Also put some of the fungi in the potting hole so that the roots grow into it.

Step 5 – Water your plants – carefully and not too often.

Seeds need a lot of water in their very first few days of life but after that the soil needs to go through the cycle of drying out a bit before you water it again.

Don’t water every day. Try to get a feel for when the plant needs watering again yourself. If you carefully pick up the pot and it feels noticeable lighter then it is time for you to add some water.  If the plant is visibly wilting it needs water.

Don’t go crazy with the water at the beginning. While the plant has a smaller root structure its easier to overwhelm it with water, but once the plant is 3-4 weeks old you can really drench the whole pot without any worry. Be aware your watering can make a hole in the soil. Covering the top of the soil with rocks or small stones can allow you to be a little less careful with your watering once the plant is established.

Step 6 – Feeding

Feed autos nothing but pure water for the first 2 weeks. Always.

If you can leave your water out in the open air to stand for a day or two first, all the better.

After this 2 weeks you can carry on with no extras without problems – however I like to add molasses once a week (half a table spoon of black strap molasses dissolved in a cup of boiling water then added to the water in your watering can) see picture. This feeds the micoorganisms in the soil and contains many elements sold in expensive nutrients. It is also completely organic.

If you want to grow more demanding strains (like Girl Scout Cookies for example) then you are going to need to have some kind of food.

I can recommend biotabs in your soil.  A really simple organic solution to feeding. I prefer to put these into soil once the auto has actually reached two weeks old and has some leaf and root structure to avoid any over feeding early on.

If you are using relatively small pots then you can get away with using just one biotab per auto. Put them in the soil at least 6 inches away from the plant after 2 weeks and all should be well.

I always have some fish mix on hand in case of problems (it sorts out most issues you could have growing organically though is a bit smelly – just add 5ml to 6 litres of water). The smell goes away quickly. Fish mix really is great stuff, cannabis plants love it.

You don’t normally need it more than 3/4 times on one auto grow. It contains instantly available foods for the plant and also helps to feed the soil. Be aware of where the water goes that drains from your pots.

Step 7 – Harvest and trimming

Do not rush this. Here’s a chart showing the correct time to harvest.

This picture shows when the bud is ripe. We see more brown pistils on the flower and a close up view through a microscope will reveal ripe pistils. The bud should have stopped getting any bigger as well as looking like the real thing.

Use some sturdy clippers and make the cut fast.


Trimming is what it says – simply taking off all the excess leaf from around the plant that you don’t need. I like to use a big pair of scissors but other tools are available. Go as close to the bud as you can with the blades but take care not chop off the bud itself. Take your time it’s easy to cut yourself doing this.

You can save the leaves which can be eaten directly or used in edibles. Some of them will have crystals on from the bud so they do have some value, although autos don’t tend to produce huge amounts of leaves.

Now hang your plants somewhere in the darkness where there is at least limited air circulation from time to time. Leave them for 5 days.

Step 8 – Curing


Curing is as important as growing. Don’t miss this important stage out. Uncured weed is easy to detect and does not hold the true taste of properly cured cannabis.

I find it’s best to hang the weed in a dark room with at least a little ventilation for five days first. It should feel dry to your touch on the outside of the buds after this period. It’s not yet dry, just feels it and has water inside still.

After five days hanging remove buds and transfer them straight into a glass jars (ideally with sealable top) and leave it in there for four hours only. When you open the lid you should sense moisture and the weed should have bonded together slightly into a solid lump. That’s OK.

You can then gently shake things around with the lid closed to separate all the buds evenly which will help with drying.

After this leave the jar fully open until the next day.

The next day close the jar for 6 hours, repeating the above. Now when you open the lid to ventilate, just open it and leave it resting on the top, so that it is open but only a little bit.

The third to sixth days, 8 hours.

On the 7th day you can leave the jar shut for a full 12 hours.

Now at this stage you should be able to close up the jars and just open them once a day for 15 minutes or so, for the second week.

After this the weed should smell absolutely spot on and you can jar it for longer periods.

The idea of all this is to slow the drying down.

If you start to see small white spots of mold forming then you have gone too fast, chuck the whole lot out of the jar onto a flat surface and let it dry out quickly, hopefully you won’t lose it. That is why it’s important to get this part right, being careful not to let things get too humid too quickly. Some people use digital meters to keep things at the correct humidity.

It’s a pain in the arse, frankly but if you don’t do this part you may as well not bother growing in the first place. Weed dried fast in the air in 5 days will work but is far from a premium product – don’t rush this bit and you will enjoy full flavoured, perfect buds.

Girl Scout Cookies grown outdoors Girl Scout Cookies auto grown outdoors

Other tips

If your plants get hit by heavy rain during flowering (not early flowering but later once bud has formed) then it is a good idea to shake the plant out a bit after the rain has stopped to get the moisture out the buds, to avoid mold.

Shake it from side to side as much as you can without harming it.


If you found Carmella’s case study inspiring, I’d really appreciate if you would share her story on Facebook.  I hope this guide helps you out.

I’d also love to hear from you: do you have any top autoflowering tips?

Leave a comment and let me know yours.


Cannabis – A guide for idiots, parents and bigots

by dope smoker on January 6, 2017


The recent legalisation of cannabis has brought much complete ignorance to the forefront of society, as well as a load of spin. With this in mind, I thought it a good time to write a simple cannabis guide for people who need education. A lot has been going on in the world of weed. We can’t ignore it any longer it is part of life on earth.

So, I hear you say:

Smoking cannabis is as bad as smoking cigarettes everyone knows that – it gives you lung cancer

Actually not. This is completely not the case, quite the opposite and don’t worry even celebrity doctors get this wrong too. The largest ever study done in the US on this very subject found that people who smoked only marijuana had less chance of getting lung cancer than those who did not smoke at all! More on that study here. So – smoking cannabis does not cause cancer – it can actually prevent it. A more recent study demonstrated a lower risk of bladder cancer for those who smoke cannabis.

Having legal cannabis will encourage use and make it more available to children

No it will not encourage use. You cannot stop children and kids from wanting to experiment. In an ideal world you could but we do not live there.  We have to deal with reality. Teens in particular will do what they like. So what do you do? Let the criminals handle it, so your child will only be able to buy the very strongest and most tainted cannabis possible (along with the chance of some coke and pills like in the UK?)  This is a proven gateway effect, a direct result of prohibition. Before you say it, cannabis is not a gateway drug.

Or do we let them go to a dispensary when they are old enough and select from various options (many of them not capable of frying the brain) sold by nice people who know their plants –  which option would you want for your child?

The black market won’t die out overnight after legalisation of course – but this is the only possible direction to start reducing it.  Just like with alcohol, there will be moonshine for some time.  Remember, cannabis wasn’t always illegal.  Prohibition of cannabis is the failed experiment.

It encourages crime

Legal medical cannabis reduces crime according to this study.  Not only that medical cannabis availability has also been linked directly to a reduction in suicides.  Still think cannabis is bad? You may have been brainwashed.

It makes people stupid

Actually it would appear that cannabis encourages the growth of new brain cells.

The whole thing about people being called ‘dopes’  is misguided. Whilst that person may appear to be dopey to you, they are taking much more information about their surroundings than somebody who is not high.  They have a higher sampling rate of life is all that is going on. Get over it.

A recent study has shown that cannabis users actually have better cognitive skills than people who don’t use it.

Alcohol is much better for you and safer

Alcohol is technically a poison for your body ( more harmful than heroin), whilst cannabis acts as a medicine – particularly if you consume it raw. The facts of the matter are that alcohol can give you cancer and cannabis can prevent or even cure many types of cancer. Alcohol also causes other diseases.

It will increase car accidents

Absolute rubbish.  The reality of the situation is that states that have legalised medical cannabis have seen a drop in in traffic deaths.

As well as that, a study by the Deutsches Ärzteblatt International, the German Medical Association’s official international science journal found that:

‘Patients who take cannabinoids at a constant dosage over an extensive period of time often develop tolerance to the impairment of psychomotor performance so that they can drive vehicles safely.’

All this ‘Medical Marijuana’ stuff is just an excuse right?

Yes many hold this opinion. Idiots all. Sure some people want to get in on it that aren’t ill but can you really blame them? It’s the most powerful medicine on the planet. Why shouldn’t people be allowed to use it in the way that they wish?

If you’re in any doubt as to the efficacy of cannabis medically perhaps you should ask Charlotte Figi’s parents about this. Or Rick Simpson. Or Kirsten Peskuski. Or Emmanuel Guzman. Also funny how the US government decided to patent something with no medical value wouldn’t you say? And now big money is involved too. The cat is out the bag. Official trials have begun on brain cancer patients. Cannabis is an amazing medicine.

It kills thousands every year

This is utter garbage. Pharmaceuticals kill thousands every year. Hundreds of thousands of Americans actually. Cannabis has never killed anybody in history. See if you can find a documented death due to cannabis consumption. You won’t because there aren’t any.  Even the DEA say that cannabis is safer than 10 potatoes. Yes really.

The UK have unsuccessfully tried to manufacture a couple of cases of cannabis poisoning now legalization is looming but few believe the reefer madness crap any more.

Only the other day a small 20 person study was taken completely out of context.

The mainstream media cannot be trusted to tell you the truth about cannabis.

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A summary of UK cannabis policy

by dope smoker on December 11, 2016


Spotted in Brighton.


All about Dry Herb Vaporizers

by dope smoker on November 24, 2016


Dry herb vaporizers or weed vaporizers have propelled marijuana users by leaps and bounds. Not only has it become more discreet to go about their day but it has helped marijuana to be in less of a bad light. Whether it is recreational marijuana use or medical marijuana, dry herb vape pens have taken away the stereotypical stoner stigma. With the more expensive and classy looking vaporizers coming out, you notice more celebrities and professional career individuals coming out about their marijuana usage. Many new herbal vaporizers have come out from portable ones to desktop at home units. With vaporizers quickly on its way to become a $53.8 billion market in 2025, more and more vaporizer companies will be coming out with new innovations. Marijuana is also becoming less restrictive in a lot of places worldwide so that only helps speed things up.

All vaporizers work differently and that is what makes them unique. One can be better with temperature controls, one can be better for you personally because it has a larger chamber and another can be better for you because of the way it grips in your hand. There many portable herbal vaporizers but if you’re on a budget or are looking to start with your first dry herb vaporizer, check out our top dry herb vape pens of 2016 under $100.


What’s a dry herb vaporizer?

What a dry herb vaporizer does is heat up your herbs enough so the active ingredients of your herbs vaporize into vapor rather than them burning like they would if you smoked it. Smoking can create many different problems and illnesses. Inhaling vapor rather than smoke can be much more beneficial with less unwanted toxins. This means in the case for weed, THC would be vaporized and turned into vapor so your marijuana won’t turn into ash when you’re done.

A portable dry herb vaporizer is usually powered by a battery or butane and desktop herbal vapes are usually plugged into the electrical outlet. They come in different shapes and sizes but they’re usually small so they’re discreet except the desktop vaporizers. Stationary desktop vapes are meant to be used at home, not on the go. It contains a mouthpiece and a herbal heating chamber where your ground up dried herbs get loaded into. Some portable vapes can be very similar but you need to find out which one is your favorite. To begin, I would recommend a dual or triple use vaporizer with a temperature control setting. This will make you get used to the vaporizer by testing it out to your liking.

How to Use a Dry Herb Vaporizer

It’s fairly easy to use a herbal vaporizer pen. Once you get the hang of it, it will be second nature. Most portable vaporizers turn on by clicking the button 5 times quickly. Open the designated heating chamber that is either located in the mouthpiece or underneath it. Always make sure your herbs are ground up so they can get an even heat distribution all around. You do not want the inside of a nug to be clean and unheated but the outside completely vaporized. One packed bowl can go through a few vape cycles before you need to dump it out and re-pack it.

If your portable vape has a temperature setting then play with it until you get used to it. The higher the temperature means you will get more smoke but it will burn your herbs. Lower temperatures means you will get faint vapor but more flavor. As for which will give better effects of your herbs, that depends on your herbs but somewhere in the middle is fine.

Cleaning your Vaporizer

Cleaning is generally easy. Portable weed vaporizers come with small brushes. Use that to lightly clean your chamber to keep from particles going into hard to reach spots. This can cause build up and burn a coil. When using the brush be careful not to damage any coils. Sometimes you can use a lightly isopropyl soaked q tip to clean the residue off.

What’s the Different between Smoking and Vaping?

Many people that don’t know always question this and that’s good to question something rather than act like you know the answer. Smoking is known to cause many illnesses like emphysema, tuberculosis, bronchitis or even worse, lung cancer. Cigarettes are known to have over 4000 chemicals with at least 43 of them being carcinogens. Hot smoke that turns into tar can’t be good for your throat or lungs either. Vaporizers provide many benefits, especially for the ill that have lung problems or arthritis and can’t light a lighter or roll a joint. Vapes are much healthier because they vaporize only the active ingredients off the surface to create into vapor. Everything else stays on your herbs and can be thrown away or used after. Already Been Vaped (ABV) or Already Vaped Bud (AVB) is vaporized marijuana that is then used to make edibles. So in case you were wondering, herbal vaporizers save and conserve a lot more.

Even medical marijuana patients that are using marijuana to calm their pains have throat or lung problems. This means they can’t smoke weed for the effects, not many people are comfortable with edibles so the alternative would be to vape.

Benefits to Vaporizing

There are a plethora of benefit when it comes to vaping. First of all, you will improve your lungs. The amount of coughing and spitting mucous will drop drastically just in the first month. It goes without even saying you won’t smell bad from your clothes to your breath. You will save a lot more money with your herbs being stretched out longer. Smoke destroys more active ingredients because it burns at a higher temperature. With a marijuana vaporizer heating up around 356°F to 392°F so it does not burn it.


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With more states legalizing medical marijuana, it just stands to reason more people are getting behind the wheel and operating a motor vehicle because they think they can. Most stoners feel like they perform better under the influence of weed, and driving is something they feel is a breeze after they get high.

Regardless which state you currently live, getting behind the wheel after smoking marijuana will not only put you and other drivers at risk, you could land in hot water despite your thinking the contrary. As more states are relaxing the rules on marijuana, law enforcement is already working hard to ensure the roadways are not full of distracted drivers.

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Here are just a few eye-opening facts about smoking marijuana and then driving high:

1. Police Testing for THC

Many people who smoke marijuana are under the impression that there is no testing available for marijuana driving. They jump behind the wheel convinced their motor skills are improved and they think that even if they get pulled over, the cops have no real way to proof the contrary. WRONG!

With more states legalizing medical marijuana each year, many police departments across the country have taken a proactive stance and developed technologies that will in fact test THC levels in drivers they suspect are high.

These officers are being taught how to visually identify the signs in a driver they are stoned, then have the drivers perform field tests similar to drinking and driving. Just like the breathalyzer, roadside saliva testing for THC is becoming more of the norm than the exception.

2. Amount of Weed Smoked

Make no mistake about it, there is a huge drop off in driving ability in the person who takes a few hits of a joint and one who has been hitting on the bong for several hours. Bottom line is this when it comes to marijuana driving, the more you smoke, the more challenging it will be to drive.

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When you smoke moderately, your body can feel all the impacts more intently, allowing you to make better judgement calls when driving. In fact, many people who smoke small amounts of marijuana before driving have been shown to be even more cautious on the roads than sober drivers.

The drivers with trace amounts of THC in the blood take fewer risks on the highway, allow more space in between vehicles, and work hard to avoid any incidents while driving. As you smoke more weed, you become less cautious, less observant, and more easily distracted.

3. Decreased Reaction Time vs Experience

In one of the more alarming statistics concerning marijuana driving, it has been shown that the more weed that you smoke before you get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle has a negative impact on your reaction time.

The reason this is such a huge concern is marijuana affects the part of your brain that is responsible for body movements, coordination, and balance. When you are comfortably seated behind the wheel of an automobile however, the effects of the weed can alter your judgement and memory.

First-time marijuana smokers are especially at risk because many of the things they do while driving are committed to memory, and they have trouble even maintaining proper lane speed. These testings showed that regular marijuana smokers developed a tolerance on those effects, and were still able to draw on past experiences to easily navigate the roads.

4. Introducing Alcohol to the Mix

When it comes to marijuana driving, the one thing you should never consider is introducing alcohol into the picture. Those weed smokers who are veteran stoners have developed a tolerance to the effects of the weed and can often navigate the roadways more cautiously than sober drivers.

Adding alcohol into the mix throws all that out the window because it doesn’t matter how good of a driver you think you are, the effects of alcohol will distort your driving ability and put you and everyone on the road at risk.

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While marijuana slows down eye-to-hand coordination and brain functions, adding in alcohol magnifies those issues and introduces other distractions into the picture. Combing weed and alcohol before driving is a recipe for disaster regardless how experienced you may be of a smoker.

5. The First Hour After Weed Smoking

If you feel that you have to drive after smoking weed or you believe you show zero effects from your stash, do yourself and everyone on the road a huge favor and wait at least one hour before getting into your vehicle.

Not only could you save yourself huge fines and possible jail time, you are saving the lives of others on the road when you wait it out. During the first hour after smoking weed, the effects of the THC on the body are the strongest. Depending on how frequently you smoke weed, the effects can be completely worn off in one to three hours.

Although the THC stays in the body for long periods, you will not exhibit those obvious signs you are high if you can wait one hour before driving. It may be more challenging for an officer to determine you are high simply waiting at least an hour.

These facts about marijuana driving should open your eyes to what’s happening on the highways across the country. Right now someone is getting high for the first time and taking their life in their hands getting behind the wheel.

The bottom line here is that only you know the effects of smoking marijuana on your body. If you take anything from this information, play on the side of caution will always be your best bet.

Smoking too much weed in one session distorts your ability to decide whether to drive or not. If you are not a veteran stoner, toss the keys aside and enjoy yourself at the party because if you get pulled over and fail a THC field test, you are going to be paying for it for many years to come.

The penalties are just like that for DUI and DWI, so take this serious or you will be on the losing end of a long painful legal battle.



Five things I wish someone had told me when I first started growing weed

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Need a Customised Grinder?

May 16, 2016

I recently got hold of this customised grinder, thanks to the guys over at Engrinder. It’s a pretty good rendering of the original image. Ideally you want something in black and white for the best output. Not a lot more to say. Nice job. Oh yes, the grinder works fine and also has a kief […]

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Vaporizers – The Healthier Alternative to Smoking

December 10, 2015

My friend over at thaVapeShop recently published a great infographic about Vaping vs. Smoking. It talks about many different reasons why one may want to think about using a vaporizer, but the most important reason would be for your health. Yes, vaporizers can improve your health! Let’s take a look at some of the standout […]

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49 of the World’s Best Cannabis Blogs 2015

November 23, 2015

49 of the World’s Best Cannabis Blogs – 2015

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Crater Vape Review

October 8, 2015

Having owned a Pax before I was interested to see what this very similar looking device was like. Thanks to the guys at Crater for sending this over. I am assured it’s not a copy of the Pax and it does feel a little different in its construction, although functionally it is very similar indeed […]

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