High off Hemp?

Discussion in 'Cannabis and Marijuana' started by ElChivato, Jan 26, 2005.

  1. ElChivato

    ElChivato SeNioR MeMBeR

    My friend Natalie seems to think you can get high off of hemp, like the stuff u use to make necklaces and such. she told me to come on here and ask you guys if u really can.
    so can you get high off hemp?

    Peace & Love,
  2. Peace Attack

    Peace Attack Make War

    No. Hemp is the part of the marijuana plant with no THC. If you could get high off hemp do you think it would be legal?!
  3. JohnnyATL

    JohnnyATL Banned

    smoke a necklace and then come back and tell us how you feel
  4. ElChivato

    ElChivato SeNioR MeMBeR

    lol. i said that if u could get high i didn't think they'd sell it, but she didn't believe me. thanks.

  5. actually, hemp is not a specific part of the cannabis plant; it is the method of growing that causes the low levels of THC.

    but yeah, you should NOT smoke hemp products. you SHOULD eat hemp ice cream sandwiches.
  6. Kopo

    Kopo Member

    yes hemp ice cream sandwhiches, yum......the beard sells them wunnerful
  7. gottssunfire

    gottssunfire Member

    and now we of the MTNBA have hi-jacked this thread.

  8. I think I will add that to my mental list of things I don't want to experiance in this life.
  9. StonerBill

    StonerBill Learn

    Well, fibre from any plant, be it an industrial hemp, or a skunk shiva cannabis proffessionals, when made into string, is notgoing to get you high
    though it would be intersting to try polyester... go for it!
  10. thrawn

    thrawn Member

    No thats not right. Hemp is the male form of the cannabis plant. It contains a miniscule amount of THC (.0001 %). The female form of the plant contains far higher levels of THC (3-22%). When you have seeds, that arent feminized, theres a 50-50 chance they will be male or female. It has nothing to do with growing techniques.
  11. element7

    element7 Random fool

    All those in favor a really nasty headache and not much of anything else raise your hand :)
  12. StonerBill

    StonerBill Learn

    i wish the male plant had like a differetnt drug in it, that was as good as weed but different in as many ways as possible
  13. i thought the spacing of the plants had something to do with it as well...no?
  14. samr

    samr Member

    Hemp is just what marijuana was called by English speakers before the 30's when the campaign against cannabis began. Hemp is the male plant, the female plant, the buds, the stalks, everything that comes from the marijuana (hemp) plant.
  15. thats true, but the people in this thread are actually referring to industrial hemp (twine) when they say hemp
  16. gottssunfire

    gottssunfire Member

    No, that's not right. THC is Marijuana's attempt at temperature control, and males of a certain breed will produce just as much THC as females of the same breed UNLESS the female is unfertilized. People just don't smoke males because the pollen causes lung infections, and nobody likes smoking leaf and stems.

    Mr. Gilmour is mostly correct. The only thing i would say he left out is that industrial hemp strains have had THC production hormones weakened through breeding.
  17. TrippinBTM

    TrippinBTM Ramblin' Man

    No shit? I always figured it was some sort of chemical defense from being eaten by bugs. How does it work as temperature control?
  18. Or eat hemp bread, or power bars, or muffins and so on and so forth. So tasty! although I'm sorry to say produces the same amount of high your necklace would.
  19. PokeSmot

    PokeSmot Member

    This thread is utterly fucking retarded. Why not just smoke some grass from your lawn instead.
  20. gonjbob

    gonjbob Member

    its not the method of growing. its strains of cannabis that have very little thc but grow stocky .even the bud from a female will not get you high the people who bred them did't care about geting stoned they wanted rope .

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