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In this book you will learn a number of things. Probably too
many to remember all in one go if this is your first time growing. That
is why I have broken the book into easy step by step portions. The book
runs from start to finish just like a growing plant would. So you can
imagine the life cycle of the cannabis plant being the foundation for
the style and layout of this book. This is what makes the book work. It
is part essay / part science. Too many books do not cover the science
very well and others do not cover the practical side very well. Here you
will meet both worlds as one.
There are some simple things you need to grow a cannabis
plant and this book will explain all those things to you, but there are
other things you need to know to grow a super cannabis plant and this
is where the book helps too, but it does not cross the two elements over
which can sometimes confuse the reader. The book will clearly define
what you can or can not do, but most of the time this has nothing to do
with your growing experience. It has more to do with how much
money you are willing to spend, what cannabis strains you have, and
where you are growing.
A grower is not limited by their growing experience. A
grower is limited by law, space, money, information and good
genetics. We can not help you with money, space and the law, but we
can help you with growing information and we can tell you where to
obtain good genetics.
Don't ever let bad results hamper your new hobby. That is
part of the process of learning. However, this book will point out some
mistakes that people have made so you don't have to repeat them and
learn the hard way.
Glance over this book and flick through the chapters. Get an
air of what is going on. Then read it all from start to finish. By the
time you turn the last page you will probably have a bit of your own
home grown bud in a pipe. If you can do that then tell people about
this book. It is our goal to get everyone participating in growing the
This is not the final book on the subject either. This book has
been designed in such a way that the book will grow on a yearly basis.
We will be adding new chapters, new pictures, new methods and new
theories every year. That is why the cannabis grow bible has become
the growers handbook of choice.
We hope that you stick with us and we hope that this book
will help you to get where you want to go. Happy growing and most of
all remember to........
The Cannabis Grow Bible
By Greg Green
"Since it's inception marijuana is natural, given by God for all living
creatures to use. Let peace and sanity prevail. Let the herb grow free.
There is no finer hobby on this planet than tending to a garden that
gives such delightful rewards." - Greg Green.
THE CANNABIS PLANT: A BRIEF HISTORY OF CANNABIS
AND THE BASICS OF USING CANNABIS
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s have failed. Techniques have been innumerable:
religious ceremonies, meditation, hypnosis, self-hypnosis, asceticism, fasting, dancing, yoga exercises,
and drugs, to name a few. Some of the men who have succeeded in altering their state of consciousness,
such as the Buddha, are revered by hundreds of millions of people. Others have been outcasts of society
or considered insane because their views were too different from those of their contemporaries. Still
others have gone truly insane in the course of their search.
Our scientific understanding of altered states of consciousness is minuscule in comparison with what
we do not know and the importance of these states. (For a survey of the scientific literature on them, see
Drugs have been an important means of inducing altered states of consciousness throughout history.
Cultures have embraced or rejected this means. Proponents have touted it as the shortcut to
enlightenment, while critics, both ordinary men and those considered spiritual giants, have called it an
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escape, a pseudo-enlightenment.
Our culture today is one of the most drug-oriented cultures in history; we go by the millions to our
doctor (or our dealer) for pills to pep us up, calm us down, wake us up, put us to sleep, relax our
tensions, make us forget, or enlighten us. As a whole our cultural attitudes toward drugs are irrational to
the point of absurdity. We mightily praise some drugs whose detrimental effects are enormous and well
known, such as alcohol, and condemn other drugs about which we know very little. Scientific
knowledge about drugs has generally been of little consequence in affecting social attitudes and usage.
This book is an attempt to broaden our knowledge about one of the most widely used and poorly
understood drugs in our culture today, marijuana.
Marijuana is the term given to preparations of the flowering tops, leaves, seeds, and/or stems of the
Indian hemp plant, Cannabis sativa L. The preparation, for eating or smoking, is commonly called
marijuana, marihuana, Mary Jane, hemp, pot, grass, shit, and dope, with usage depending on fashions
Cannabis sativa grows wild all over the world and is a very hardy plant. It is extensively cultivated in
many areas, and research of optimal techniques of cultivation has been extensive (Drake, 1970). The
plant is desired for its fibers, which are used for rope, as well as for its drug value. Attempts to increase
fiber content and decrease drug content of the plant by mutation have succeeded only in increasing the
drug content (Warmke & Davidson, 1941-43, 1942-43, 1943-44).
The drug potency of the plant depends on the particular strain of plant, cultivation techniques, soil,
and climate. Different parts of the plant have different concentrations of the drug. Much of the marijuana
generally available in the United States today is what is called in
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