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Grand Daddy Purp Creator Ken Estes Introduces His New Break Out Sativa Strain “Bay 113 And Captures Top Honors At The 2011 High Times Cannabis Cup Awards! This is truly an amazing Sativa strain of Medical Marijuana that because of it’s ability to cut through to what ails you, is quickly becoming a collective favorite among patients. Thick and sticky this colorful strain provides a unique richness of experience that is missing in so many other medical strains.

Its thick and dense buds grow in perfect formation and are, simply put, wonderful to look at! Every nugget is made up of two beautiful shades of pale green splattered with golden rod spots and covered in crystals. Each and every one packs a giant amount of milky to amber trichomes that are soaking into every nook and cranny. There’s very little leaf on each bud and its thick coating of resin, makes this a true connoisseur’s delight. This Superior strain is a great daytime medicine with a slightly sweet distinct recognizable odor, and an extremely smooth clean taste. Its fruity flavor plant has a high pistil-to-leaf ratio that makes smoking it a treat as well as a true validation to the strength and beauty of this variety. Our Grand Daddy Bay 11's medicinal properties include helping with sleeping disorders and pain-relieving attributes. It is also proven effective in treating of appetite, and is ranked as one of the hottest new medical strains to acquire. Yield: Indoors 900-1100 gr/m2 & Outdoors 1.3-2.3kg/plant Plant Height: Indoors 90-120 cm & Outdoors 2-3 m Flowering Time: 9-10 weeks from start to finish Harvest Month: End of October. Bay 11 from Grand Daddy Purp is available as regular and feminized seeds.

In 6 seedbanks, we found 14 offers between EUR 92.00 for 10 regular seeds and EUR 1115.17 for 70 regular seeds. If you are looking to buy Bay 11 Cannabis Seeds from Grand Daddy Purp somewhere - have a look to our Bay 11 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 Bay 11 offers: Herbies Head Shop, canna-seed.com, Oaseeds, Cheeba Beans, Cannapot Hanfshop and Seedsman. We've collected strain info from one grower for Bay 11. The 2011 High Times Cannabis Cup Award winner, Bay 11, is a sativa cannabis strain that emits a pleasant sweet and fruity scent with earthy pine undertones and similar tastes. Its harvest-ready buds become sticky with amber tinted trichomes atop pale green leaves (some having noted golden spots). First bred by Grand Daddy Purp, this strain has mysterious genetics with only one parent, the hybrid Appalachia, being known. The THC levels of Bay 11 can vary, but its high is described as great for use throughout the day. It relaxes the muscles, relieving pain, while boosting creativity and uplifting the spirits. Its sativa effects have been known to be long-lasting, with many people enjoying indica-like effects on the body. Bay 11 will calm the nerves and create a case of the munchies. However, for some, it will produce a slight sedating sensation so take caution if tasks need to still get done during the day. Dry mouth and sometimes dry eyes can occur, with the rare bout of paranoia if too much is consumed at once. It takes 9-10 weeks for Bay 11 to flower if growing indoors. Growing outdoors, plant June 1 st and in ten weeks at the end of October, plants should be ready to reap. Highlighting issues of drug use and addiction from an epidemiological perspective. Since marijuana ‘blunt’ smoking (i.e., rolling marijuana inside a hollowed cigar) is quite popular in the US, my research has been trying to understand the causes and potential health consequences of this mixing of tobacco and marijuana. However, a vexing and unanswered question is the degree to which blunt smokers are even exposed to nicotine. Working with my collaborators at Johns Hopkins and RTI International, our recent research begins to answer this question. I’ve been invited to present these new findings at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) conference in June 2016. Below is the abstract for our late-breaking research: Nicotine content of cigar shells and wraps used for making marijuana blunts. Department of Mental Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD RTI International, Research Triangle Park, NC Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD. Background: Half of past-month cannabis users in the US report “blunt” use, i.e., cannabis wrapped in a cigar shell. Significant nicotine exposure may result, affecting use patterns, dependence, and health-related harms, but the level of exposure is unclear. The present study assessed the nicotine content of cigar shells commonly used to make blunts and evaluated biomarkers of nicotine exposure in blunt users.

Methods: Gas chromatography (GC) was used to measure the nicotine content (mg/g) of cigar shells in 8 commercial products, including complete cigars and cigar wrappers sold without tobacco fill. Product weight (g) and median nicotine content were compared to standard reference cigarettes. Semi-quantitative (LOQ 200ng/mL) testing for cotinine, a nicotine metabolite, was conducted on urine samples from daily blunt users self-reporting no other nicotine/tobacco use (N=6). Does Marijuana "Blunt" Smoking Contribute to Nicotine Exposure?: Preliminary Product Testing of Nicotine Content in Wrappers of Cigars Commonly Used for Blunt Smoking.

1 Battelle Public Health Center for Tobacco Research, Battelle Memorial Institute, 6115 Falls Road, Suite 200, Baltimore, MD, USA. 2 Battelle Public Health Center for Tobacco Research, Battelle Memorial Institute, 1100 Dexter Avenue North, Suite 400, Seattle, WA 98109-3598, USA; Health Services Department, School of Public Health, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, USA. 3 Battelle Public Health Center for Tobacco Research, Battelle Memorial Institute, 6115 Falls Road, Suite 200, Baltimore, MD, USA. PMID: 27639129 DOI: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2016.09.007. Does Marijuana "Blunt" Smoking Contribute to Nicotine Exposure?: Preliminary Product Testing of Nicotine Content in Wrappers of Cigars Commonly Used for Blunt Smoking.

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