No image for this post, because I have no time to make images that meet my tough standards — albeit my image creation skills are frankly limited (due to talent problems), so not that tough in this case.
But obviously tough enough to not have an image in all of my posts for worst through best (always end on a positive imho).
More focused upon soaking up knowledge about how to grow cannabis properly (a subject that I now deeply enjoy), this week also began my final stretch towards completing the audio sculptures published in the coming month or so.
My audio sculpting has become even more intricate and better controlled, and I look forward to sharing the results with you all to preferably better satisfy your minds.
On the diet front, I’m battling that last remnant of problematic carb intake — the almost-nightly, pre-bedtime animal cracker binge with chocolate milk. I’m basically talking about four pounds of organic animal crackers weekly, so not too small of a deal here.
A devilish adversary in effect, but because I love how much healthier I am without that binge (not to mention saving money during overly tight financial times), the transition towards excellent dietary exercise is positively moving forward.
Thankfully without going into details, my bowels love that transition.
Thankfully returning to cannabis growing, I found my first strain — Big Buddha Cheese.
Cheese is the strain that my very close “caregivee” uses to deal with Alzheimer’s disease and other milder health issues. No permanent mental decline has been observed during the past couple of years during cannabis use btw.
The psychological impact of Cheese is literally perfect (I call it the composure strain), especially for someone who is uninterested in recreational cannabis effects (e.g. my “caregivee”).
Cheese is the first strain that I would ever recommend to anyone (especially anyone new to cannabis), but it’s not readily available, as verified by my constant monitoring at allbud.com.
Big Buddha Seeds provides award-winning seeds of Cheese, so I’m very excited about growing a version of Cheese that may even surpass the already high-quality impact that we’re accustomed to.
One other plant will be a part of my first micro-grow, and I need that one to be a non-psychoactive CBD strain at least for one of my best friends. As Charlotte’s Web is apparently unavailable at least for all intents and purposes, I’m looking towards Dinafem’s Dinamed CBD strain with its 1:25 THC:CBD ratio.
So much more to come, because that’s what a healthily busy life is all about, if that fails to go without saying.