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Discussion in 'Vaporizables' started by GenYHippie, Apr 5, 2014.

  1. GenYHippie

    GenYHippie Well-Known Member

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    Several people have mentioned this to me and I just tried it today with good effect. Curious if anyone has any guidelines to share? I guess what I did wans quite mixing but I didn't have my scale with me so I winged it. I did 1 big hit Querkle followed by 1 medium hit Hawaiian Mango, yay for having two stems :). End result was I got to avoid the weird behind the eyes feel of the Mango while the Querkle still worked its magic without making me too tired. So instead of couch surfing I actually got up and cooked without wanting to puke!

    I would like to try blending some Jack Herer in with Querkle but the jack was a lot more speedy than the Mango. So if I want to tone down Jack but still get some "lift" I was thinking maybe 3 parts Querkle 1 part Jack, that sound about right to start with?

    I guess im asking if there are any recommended ratios for minimizing sativas speedy effects when mixing with indicas or indica dom hybrids.
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  3. GenYHippie

    GenYHippie Well-Known Member

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  4. Caligula

    Caligula *results not typical.

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    Since Jack H is a pure sativa I find.it blends well with other strains. Good call.
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  5. GenYHippie

    GenYHippie Well-Known Member

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    Thank you Caligula :). I havent tried it yet, ive been anxious with all the traveling so ive been using more sedating bud in lighter doses for the afternoon. I miss that lift though i need the motivation to get through this well so i may give it a shot sooner rather than later.
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