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  • Hi! Pictures soon everyone I am getting ready to show you all my girls NH,MW,AfxHz, I love my harem and so will you. NH#3,NH#1,NH#9 are Spectacular and I have BIG<BIG plans for breeding projects in the future. Nice being here. friends
    Hello everyone! Sensimilla13 I am back from vacation, and have started Nevilles Haze x 10 to be shown soon. Looking forward to this season. Thanks for stopping by. peace, resinbud
    lol tried to reply - resinbud has exceeded their stored private messages quota and cannot accept further messages until they clear some space.
    Resin :)
    How are you friend? Thought to swing in and say hello. Been following your grows, some of your pictures really capture the imagination. Good to see you about.

    Keep the updates coming :)
    Hey there Resin-botany bud-man aka Dr. Green:) Had a chance to test that strain you told me about and wow! hits quick and lasts a good while. Just took another vape hit and I'm feeling great. the first dose let me get some work done around my place so Id say its a functional high. Helped me forget about some nagging neck pain so I see it being a good meditative/medicinal. I'm sure due to its potency that in higher doses it may produce a psychedelic experience. Rock on! I feel like getting higher so Im gonna sign off. CHeers on the strain advice!;) you were right-on coz she's a keeper:D

    Yours Truly.

    Grasshopper aka Fonzie Tarzan

    ps. did you manage to get the bird high?
    If possible, look for Dyna Grow Neem oil or a product called Nemba Oil, which is an organic pesticide that may or may not be of use to you. Its definitely worth a shot, good luck brother.
    Hi botanyman,
    Happy new years mate. Have you considered Neem oil as a possible solution to your insect problems?

    Neem oil is a vegetable oil pressed from the fruits and seeds of Neem (Azadirachta indica), an evergreen tree which is endemic to the Indian subcontinent and has been introduced to many other areas in the tropics. It is perhaps the most important of the commercially available products of neem for organic farming and medicines.

    Neem oil is generally light to dark brown, bitter and has a rather strong odour that is said to combine the odours of peanut and garlic. It comprises mainly triglycerides and large amounts of triterpenoid compounds, which are responsible for the bitter taste. It is hydrophobic in nature and in order to emulsify it in water for application purposes, it must be formulated with appropriate surfactants.

    Neem oil also contains steroids (campesterol, beta-sitosterol, stigmasterol) and a plethora of triterpenoids of which Azadirachtin is the most well known and studied. The Azadirachtin content of neem oil varies from 300ppm to over 2500ppm depending on the extraction technology and quality of the neem seeds crushed.

    Neem oil is not used for cooking purposes but, in India and Bangladesh, it is used for preparing cosmetics (soap, hair products, body hygiene creams, hand creams) and in Ayurvedic, Unani and folklore traditional medicine, in the treatment of a wide range of afflictions. The most frequently reported indications in ancient Ayurvedic writings are skin diseases, inflammations and fevers, and more recently rheumatic disorders, insect repellent and insecticide effects.[1]

    Traditional Ayurvedic uses of neem include the treatment of Acne, fever, leprosy, malaria, ophthalmia and tuberculosis. Various folk remedies for neem include use as an anthelmintic, antifeedant, antiseptic, diuretic, emmenagogue, contraceptive, febrifuge, parasiticide, pediculocide and insecticide. It has been used in traditional medicine for the treatment of tetanus, urticaria, eczema, scrofula and erysipelas. Traditional routes of administration of neem extracts included oral, vaginal and topical use. Neem oil has an extensive history of human use in India and surrounding regions for a variety of therapeutic purposes. Puri (1999) has given an account of traditional uses and therapeutic indications and pharmacological studies of this oil, in his book on neem.

    Formulations made of Neem oil also find wide usage as a bio-pesticide for organic farming, as it repels a wide variety of pests including the mealy bug, beet armyworm, aphids, the cabbage worm, nematodes and the Japanese beetle. Neem Oil is not known to be harmful to mammals and birds as well as many beneficial insects such as honeybees and ladybugs. It can be used as a household pesticide for ant, bedbug, cockroach, housefly, sand fly, snail, termite and mosquitoes both as repellent and larvicide (Puri 1999). Neem oil also controls black spot, powdery mildew, anthracnose and rust (fungus).

    For use as a bio-pesticide, pure Neem oil should be diluted at the rate of 1 teaspoon per quart, or 4 teaspoons per gallon of water (metric: 5.2 millilitres per litre). Adding a surfactant greatly enhances its effectiveness.


    Neem seed oil has also been found to prevent implantation and may even have an abortifacient effect similar to pennyroyal, juniper berries, wild ginger, myrrh and angelica. The effects were seen as many as ten days after fertilization in rats though it was most effective at no more than three days. (Sinha, et al, 1984); (Lal et al, 1985). In a study on rats, neem oil was given orally eight to ten days after implantation of the fetus on the uterine wall. In all cases, by day 15, the embryos were all completely resorbed by the body. The animals regained fertility on the next cycle showing no physical problems. Detailed study of the rats revealed increased levels of gamma interferon in the uterus. The neem oil enhanced the local immune response in the uterus.(Mukherjee, 1996) Post coital use of neem oil as birth control does not appear to work by hormonal changes but produces changes in the organs that make pregnancy no longer viable (Tewari, 1989) (Bardham, 1991).


    It is safe for pregnant women or trying to conceive to use neem soap, shampoo, and toothpaste. Neem oil should not be used by pregnant women, or trying to conceive, or children. Longterm use can cause liver damage.[/B
    Hi botanyman!!
    Take care
    Hey sometimes the browser prevents you from copying and pasting within tabs/windows, etc... I open notepad, then COPY the image command. Move the mouse over to the notepad program, and select PASTE. Repeat the process from notepad back into the post response where you are trying to show the pic.

    Remember, 2 tabs - 1 'post reply', and the other the pic (in your gallery) that you wanna show. SELECT ALL of the "
    Hey Bman :) LOL, sorry bout that, "I got you" means:
    1. I understand what you mean. OR...
    2. I agree with you. OR...
    3. I have what it is that you seek. OR...

    Just depends on context, but other than in a prank/leo/dog the bounty hunter, it is a positive expression :D
    Hey botany,
    How are you doing my friend? Just wanted to drop by and wish you well. I agree, Resin Bomb does sound pretty sweet. :)

    Take care brother
    Hi Bman, hope your are good :) Resin Bomb sounds real sweet, gainsville green I have not heard of mate, stay safe & happy growing :) peace
    well seeing as i've nevr grown MNS yet from the threads i'd have to say its a toss up between all them but speically g13skunk, spice, and nev's haze. I haev a few AFHZxAFSK so once i get that going we'll see how she holds up.
    Hey man, your plants look lush, always great to see such loved plants, Good luck with the monster :)

    I hope you get a great one also , I let one go, Was a very good plant, but will look again oneday :) Last clone I had of the AH x AS that came in, smelled of pure LEMON, Taste was Haze, High was real happy go lucky, you smiled at all you met :) peace,

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