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Its high is known to be euphoric, starting with a slight head rush that mellows the mood and eases into a body high that feels like a warming sensation. As it relaxes, it fails to produce a couch-lock like many indicas are known to do. Reviewers have noted it can cause small fits of giggles and increase appetite. It relieves stress and is a good choice for novice consumers because of its light effects. Some have noted its ability to alleviate social stresses.

Your normal side-effects include dry mouth and eyes, with some claiming slight fits of paranoia, dizziness, or anxiousness to ensue of improperly consumed. Here you can find all info about Early Girl from Sensi Seeds . If you are searching for information about Early Girl from Sensi Seeds, check out our Basic Infos, Strain Reviews, Shop-Finder and Price Comparison, Lineage / Genealogy, Hybrids / Crossbreeds or User Comments for this cannabis variety here at this page and follow the links to get even more information - or list all Early Girl Strains (±11) to find a different version. If you have any personal experiences with growing or consuming this cannabis variety, please use the upload links to add them to the database! Early Girl is a mostly indica variety from Sensi Seeds and can be cultivated outdoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±55 days ) . Sensi Seeds' Early Girl is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds. This reliable, resilient seed-strain is the earliest outdoor Indica in the Sensi collection, aside from our auto-flowering strains. Early Girl has been a trusted name since the Eighties, known for dependably producing fabulous harvests of chunky, sparkling Indica tops in the short northern summers.

Early Girl will flourish when given the basic essentials of cultivation, making her the ideal choice for balconies, roof-terraces or conservatories. Virtually any household will have enough room for a few of these beautiful, compact Girls - a metre or two of outdoor floor-space which receives sunlight in the day while staying dark at night is enough for this strain to demonstrate just how easy outdoor growing can be. With access to direct sunlight, regular watering and occasional feeding, Early Girl will do the rest herself, producing columns of fat, sticky, hash-flavoured buds with a smooth, long-lasting buzz. Afghani and north Indian strains give Early Girl her rugged mostly-Indica features and a delicate Sativa influence is inherited from a distant, high-altitude Mexican ancestor. Early Girl makes her largest buds on a single main stem. Most upper branches stay close, allowing their flower clusters to merge into the central cola. When her lower branches are left unpruned, they may reach almost as high as the main stem by the end of the outdoor season, so that their large, dense tops seem to ‘orbit’ the terminal bud. Early Girl from Sensi Seeds is available only as regular seeds. In 17 seedbanks, we found 32 offers between EUR 6.29 for 1 regular seed and EUR 972.77 for 200 regular seeds. If you are looking to buy Early Girl Cannabis Seeds from Sensi Seeds somewhere - have a look to our Early Girl Price Comparison page with all current offers from all the connected seedbanks and shops - or visit one of the following tested, trustworthy and recommended seed-shops directly to check out their current Early Girl offers: Sensi Seeds, canna-seed.com, Oaseeds, Original Seeds Store, Seeds24.at, Zamnesia, Hanf & Hanf, Canna-Seed Seed Shop, Herbies Head Shop, Indras Planet GmbH, Alchimia Grow Shop, Linda Seeds | Linda Semilla, Cannapot Hanfshop, Samenwahl.com, Herbalist, PEV Seeds Bank and Chu Majek. We've collected strain info from 3 growers for Early Girl. Adulterating involves adding a substance to a urine sample that prevents a positive test result. This is also a high risk technique that requires very careful preparation. The adulterant that is used most often in drug tests is probably salt. It works particularly well when an EMIT drug test is used. Adding a small amount of regular table salt, lye or ammonia serves to neutralize enzyme activity in the sample which ensures that the sample has a "no drug content" result. You are unlikely to succeed in using salt for a confirmatory drug test which uses more accurate and sensitive methodologies. Thin-layer chromatographic (TLC) test results will not be affected if salt is added to the sample. Drug test manufacturers often explicitly warn employers about the possibility that salt can be used as an adulterant and they may advise that the testing also include a test of the pH level of the urine samples. Some of the common adulterants will raise the sample's pH above the regular level for urine. If the company suspects that you have tampered with your urine sample, then you are likely to be interrogated and viewed as more suspicious. The second test will probably be under direct observation.

Some people have succeeded in getting salt and other adulterants into the testing room under the fingernails or on their hands. This doesn't work in tests that are being administered according to the Federal Guidelines as they require hand to be washed and nails scrubbed in front of the test monitor. If the test doesn't follow the Federal Guidelines then you may get away with hiding salt under your fingernails, however there can still be problems in ensuring that the salt works properly. When putting salt into the urine sample you need to be absolutely sure that there are no undissolved crystals in the sample cup as this is an obvious sign that the sample has been adulterated. Furthermore, carrying salt in your pockets may be discovered as drug tests will often involve asking the employees to open each of their pockets before entering. In the book "Conquering the Urine Test", Nightbyrd outlines other adulterants that can be used in drug tests, including ammonia (1 capful) and bleach (2 tablespoons).

Adulterating a urine sample with ammonia is not advised as the strong smell will give it away. Liquid bleach works by destroying traces of cannabinoids (including THC) in a urine sample. Avoid bleaches that contain blue dots because they will make the adulteration obvious to see.

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