The first thing I noticed was the size of the bottles. On Sippin Syrups' website the bottles look smaller and closer to a shot than a full sized, 473 mL bottle. Half a quart is quite a lot to consume when you want to relax and go to sleep. Every time I consume so much before sleeping, I end up getting up at least once in the middle of the night.
after about 30 minutes of tossing and turning trying to fall asleep with a full bladder and the urge to use the washroom. I decided to start off with what I thought was the original drink - Sippin Syrup Purple. I gave it a quick shake, unscrewed the large cap (I love large caps, it makes it much easier to drink) and BAM, a large quantity of purple, grape smelling stuff started to pour from under the cap. With the situation contained I fully opened the bottle and took a swig. This tastes like a lightly carbonated grape juice with some berries which give the beverage a tart finish and help cleanse part of your palate. The grape is flavour has a candy-like sweetness which does build up as you drink, but the berry tartness helps keep it down to a tolerable level - very nice touch. This is a pretty tasty and unique flavour which I think energy drink manufacturers should adopt - grape and tart berries.
The calming blend has the standard ingredients - chamomile, valerian root, L-theanine and melatonin, and there are a whole bunch more added for a good measure. About halfway through the bottle and 20 minutes after I first started drinking it, I felt very relaxed and borderline sleepy. My eyelids were getting heavy and I even considered stopping drinking this so I didn't completely fall asleep. Twenty minutes later the whole bottle was gone and I was getting pretty tired, so tired I did not even feel like reading so I decided to switch to Netflix and spend the remaining hours of my evening watching TV shows. You can try to fight the feeling, but it is a losing battle, so I strongly suggest you just give yourself up. As for the "Euphoric Thoughts" advertised on the label, I have yet to experience any. Overall, I am very pleased with this product and will recommend it to everyone. I would also suggest consuming half the bottle if you want to relax and not fall asleep. Scores: Cost - $10.95 for a variety 6 pack Taste - 9/10 Performance - 10/10. How much Fox Farms nutrients do I feed to my marijuana plants? (in soil) Question: How much Fox Farms nutrients do I feed to my marijuana plants? So I have the Fox Farms growing nutrient trio for soil-based plants. I was wondering how much to feed to my plants which have been in the vegestative stage for about a week now. My plants are in small plant pots for individual plants so I’m not sure how much to use and how. Do I mix all three nutrients in one container or do I add one at a time? Answer: In soil, you can usually wait for a few weeks before you need to start feeding nutrients, as high quality soil usually has enough nutrients to get your plants started. If you were growing hydroponically, you’d want to start feeding nutrients almost right away. If you started with quality soil (not dirt you found outside), you probably won’t need to start adding nutrients until your plants are about a month old. Or you can start right away if the soil was low-quality. When you do start with nutrients, here are some guidelines in soil. Follow the feeding instructions at half strength, but only add nutrients to water with every 2nd or 3rd watering. Like I said, follow the chart they provide except add the nutrients at half strength, and only every 2nd or 3rd watering. This nutrient line is very strong, and too much at once will burn your plants. Only raise the strength if your plant is a heavy feeder.
For example, if you notice a lot of lower leaves are turning yellow and falling off (before you reach the last couple of weeks before harvest when that’s normal), then it’s a sign that your plant wants more nutrients. Still, treat the official guidelines as a MAX level of nutrients. Never go above the amounts listed in the feeding schedule or you will burn your plants. And even when you’re giving plants plain water, remember to continue managing your pH or you may get nutrient deficiencies from pH lockout. Sprouting and week 1--BigBloom 2TBS week 2-- 2tsp Grow Big + 2TBS Big Bloom Week 3--3tsp Grow Big + 2TBS Big Bloom Week 4--JUST 3 tspGrow Big + 1/4 tsp Open Sesame Week 5 same as week 4 unless going 12/12-- Week 5- OR--day 1 of 12/12-- 2 tsp Tiger Bloom +1TBS Big Bloom + 1/2 tsp Open Sesame Week 6--same as above Week 7-- 2 Tsp Grow Big + 2 tsp Tiger Bloom +1TBS Big Bloom + 1/4 tsp Beastie Bloom Week 8-- 2Tsp Grow Big + 2 tsp Tiger Bloom +1TBS Big Bloom + 1/2 tsp Beastie Bloom Week 9-- 2 tsp Tiger Bloom +1TBS Big Bloom + 1/4 tsp Cha Ching week 10-- Same as above Week 11--2 tsp Tiger Bloom +1TBS Big Bloom + 1/2 tsp Cha Ching. so i was reading up on fox farms products and i was interested on buying the trio pack for my next grow, however, the feeding schedules seemed a bit "all over the place" if that even makes sense. Everybody seems to have something different to say about it and yes i realize people have different ways of doing things and plants that react different ways to different things.
Im a newbie grower so if somebody could break down this schedule i found on a previous thread at the top of the page for me that'd be great, its a soil schedule btw. question 1) when it says weekly feedings - per gallon, does that mean a gallon at once with the 2tbs big bloom? (im not being serious just pointing out these things aren't clear) or mix the 2tbs big bloom with the gallon of water at the beginning of week 1 and gradually feed it through out that week? question 2) when it gets to week two where there are both big bloom and grow big listed for the schedule, is that both the 2tsp grow big AND 2tbs big bloom in the same gallon of water?