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    Smoke buds with your buds
    -Me

    “Its better to have known puff and to have lost it than to have never puffed at all”
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    “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is enternal life.” -Romans 6:23

    R.I.P. Josh Williams. Thanks for the grow advice. I’ll be using that forever.

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    My husband would call that a battle joint. You, battle and battle and battle until it is all gone. I can’t imagine that is over a quarter a person, I realize I am on here with a bunch of die hard smokers but hte reality is I smoke a quarter every two weeks. A quarter in one night would prolly kill me. I bet even the fly on the wall was stoned.

    Burning a 1 ounce Blunt Jun 11, 2006 #1 Urdedpal New Member Jun 11, 2006 Thread starter #2 Urdedpal New Member Jun 11, 2006

    Weed through the Myths: Get the Facts

    How many joints does one ounce of marijuana yield?

    Answer: Approximately 84 cigarette sized joints.

    In the two states which recently passed legalization measures (Colorado and Washington), they allow for possession of up to one ounce of marijuana. And Colorado also allows individuals to cultivate up to six plants.

    1 ounce, 6 plants … doesn’t sound like much.

    Yet, based on commonly used references which are presented in court to defend clients charged with trafficking:

    • 1 ounce of marijuana yields approximately 84 joints
      • 1 joint, at minimum, results in 4 hours of intoxication.
      • 84 joints x 4 hours of intoxication each = 336 hours high per ounce of marijuana.
      • 336 hours = 14 days of continual high per ounce.
    • And, those 6 plants?
      • According to the National Organization to Reform Marijuana Laws (NORML), one plant yields between .4 to .54 pounds of marijuana.
      • With 16 ounces per pound, that means 6 plants = 38.4 to 51.84 ounces of marijuana.
      • 6 plants of marijuana = 538 to 726 days of continual high.

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