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TOPIC: What do you blend together? And what's your favorite color?

What do you blend together? And what's your favorite color? 2 years 1 week ago #26277

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Re-leaf LLC wrote: Hey everyone please share with the world your favorite blends and be exact.

We all want to benefit so use exact numbers.

And tell us what color you respond to better as well!

My absolute favorite is 4 parts white and 1 part red.

Respond to all colors actually. But red is my go to. Too much red Doesn't hurt the day.

Too much green and white can cause an overwhelming reaction in my color wheel.

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All information we post is for novelty and entertainment. I do not recommend consumption of any non FDA approved materials and I am just talking about my favorite colors.

I just did a green MD, white jongkong, and red Vietnam mix. I'm in a better mood then I was in, not much energy. I feel like I can nap.
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What do you blend together? And what's your favorite color? 2 years 1 week ago #26258

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Teeswaran wrote: Bomalley,
Good question.
Not all reds are sedating to me - but then, not all reds relieve my pain. For instance, I get very little effect or relief from Red Bali.
My great experiment continues ... I have been mixing whites with the reds (pink?) - and yes, a little more stimulating than sedative. Have to be careful with the whites, as I can get the jitters.
Red Borneo seems to help now with pain and relatively little sedation.
In the morning, I have been trying Purple 8 in 1 (Gaia) - does not put me back in bed, has a so-so pain relief and lasts approximately 2 hours.
These effects differ not only from the same strains from different vendors, but can also vary day to day thanks to my body chemistry.
Thank you again for your help!
Best,
T


Amen! That last sentence before ‘Thank you again for your help’ says it ALL!
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What do you blend together? And what's your favorite color? 2 years 1 week ago #26234

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Yes a lot does depend on the source of the strain, which is why I prefer to stick with my trusted vendors.
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What do you blend together? And what's your favorite color? 2 years 1 week ago #26233

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Bomalley,
Good question.
Not all reds are sedating to me - but then, not all reds relieve my pain. For instance, I get very little effect or relief from Red Bali.
My great experiment continues ... I have been mixing whites with the reds (pink?) - and yes, a little more stimulating than sedative. Have to be careful with the whites, as I can get the jitters.
Red Borneo seems to help now with pain and relatively little sedation.
In the morning, I have been trying Purple 8 in 1 (Gaia) - does not put me back in bed, has a so-so pain relief and lasts approximately 2 hours.
These effects differ not only from the same strains from different vendors, but can also vary day to day thanks to my body chemistry.
Thank you again for your help!
Best,
T
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What do you blend together? And what's your favorite color? 2 years 1 week ago #26220

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bomalley wrote: Today I blended red Maeng Da (4 parts) with White Horn (one part).

I sailed through yoga practice.

Will definitely be doing this again as a pre-yoga concoction, it addressed pain and also gave me some energy.


Teeswaran:

Just to let you know I have become a big fan of White Horned lately BUT pain has been quite manageable so I do not need the higher levels of 7-hydroxymitragynine in the red strains right now.
It really requires a lot of experimenting.
Mixing some white with red just might help so that your reds are not too sedating.

Are all reds too sedating or just some? I find Red Maeng Da, Red Bali, and Red Vein Thai to be the least sedating of the reds.
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What do you blend together? And what's your favorite color? 2 years 1 week ago #26189

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I will try this, Bomalley.
My reds are too sedating by themselves for daily activity, but I still require the pain relief.
Thank you,
T
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What do you blend together? And what's your favorite color? 2 years 4 weeks ago #25676

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Still experimenting, but currently seem to get most favorable results from RMD (pain relief + a bit of energy) for day. Red Bent at night (pain and sleep). I have tried blending - greens and a tad of white to start the day + a little red in about an hour for pain if it did not lift, but have not found that *right combo*.
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What do you blend together? And what's your favorite color? 2 years 2 months ago #24600

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Today I blended red Maeng Da (4 parts) with White Horn (one part).

I sailed through yoga practice.

Will definitely be doing this again as a pre-yoga concoction, it addressed pain and also gave me some energy.
BEV

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What do you blend together? And what's your favorite color? 2 years 2 months ago #24581

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I'm with you, roadie. That's pretty much what I'm doing.

Right now I keep stuff in its original packaging and depending on the vendor it's sometimes hard to know how much is left. I often end up with a smidgen of something and don't know what to do with it.....kind of like the example I mentioned - I have a minimal amount of Green Indo and was thinking about mixing with a Green Bali today.

Yesterday I mixed 4 parts White and 1 part Red as suggested by Re-Leaf and had some really good results.

Today is a Green Vein day...I think I'll wait and try the Green Mix of Indo and Bali later in the day as a second or third dose rather than the first of the day.

UPDATE - I had more of the Green Indo than I thought. I think I can just knock them both out by doing a mix of both all day. Here goes nada!
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What do you blend together? And what's your favorite color? 2 years 2 months ago #24573

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PhillyCheeze wrote: Would blending a Green Bali with a Green Indo make any sense or is it more about color combining?


Guess that would depend on how broad your rotation roster is as far as tolerance concerns are.

I have some red elephant that wasn't to effective on pain and some Red sabiu that didn't seem to effective as well. I did 50/50 blend and it was a whole different world for relief. I ended up making a 1/2 pint blend of it for pain management because they complemented each other so well. The two strains may have been lacking certain complementary alkaloids alone but together it was a match.

Sometimes you just got to tinker around. It is good to keep notes on how they have worked for you alone and go from there.
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