Straight to it outdoor marijuana growing guide?
I have searched on the internet and most of what I find writes about as if they’re teaching you to grow a field of this stuff illegally(I have my medical marijuana card).
How often should they be watered?
What are the best fertilizers, climate conditions, and bug and fungicide controls?
How long dose it take for the buds to mature?
What’s the best way to prune them?
Can you cut the buds off a certain way that saves the plant and will allow it to bud again?
I live in Palm Desert(a desert^_^) just to let you know what the weather is like here. Cold December through mid march, perfect mid-March to May, blazing hot June to September, starts cooling(90-80 degrees) down in October and November.
All right, I’d really appreciate your answers, and thank you for at least reading this if you don’t have answers ^_^
I really just want these questions I have here answered. Thanx for your guys’ help so far though ^_^
Suggestion by Pat
If you can find it the CGB(Canabis Growers Bible) will tell you all, I got a copy online electronically.
Excellent book!!!! All you will ever need.
Suggestion by Exec Pot Head
Lol – the information does not change for a smaller legal grow.
Change the search to “outdoor medical marijuana growing”. An out door grow is an outdoor garden.
Tips on security and planning the grow are all apart of any good grow bible.
Amazing what a search on Grow Bible turns up.
Have yet to read the single book that is all you would ever need. There are grow forums with experts with varied opinions.
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How to learn about healing?
I recently went to have a palm reading by a well-known local psychic. She told me that I carried the ‘stigmata of healer’ and needed to focus my energy on learning more more about that. She said in 25 years she had only had the opportunity to read for 3 other people that carried that mark, so it was important to follow up on this, since my guides obviously thought I was ready to learn about it (by leading me to a reading). I know what many think about psychics, so I just want to say that she didn’t say I needed any follow-up readings (or even offer another future reading) and she didn’t offer to help me with the learning process.
She showed me the lines and I looked it up online and in some books… sure enough that is supposedly what it is.
I’m 40 years old already, so I don’t see how I could end up being a healer but maybe I’m supposed to learn about healing… and I’m sure this is probably spiritual healing, not physical.
Are there any healers that could suggest books, meetings, or what direction I should go with this?
How horrible that someone came in and gave you two thumbs-down. 🙁 I hate when people do that.
They did not come from me and I really appreciate the information that you’ve given!
Suggestion by Terry
I have lived the greater part of a century and I still learn of the craft of healing. Had I begun my studies as young as you I do not know just where I might be in my abilities–yes 40 is a young’un to me. I was never marked to be a healer or have strong thoughts on the subject.
If you know nothing of the craft you should begin with its sister craft of working with Herbs and the use of the voice as a healing tool. [The next sentence will truly put me in my age] One of the books I have read again and again, as well as use to heal or help is Stalking the Healthful Herbs by Euell Gibbons. My copy was printed in 1966, but I believe you can find it somewhere on the net as I’ve seen copies fo sale up into the 80s.
The voice is for your own study. Start by watching carefully and Journaling how your tones, elocution, and volume affect others. This talent can be a cardinal part of healing.
Now, I did find that animals responded to me better than humans, which I was happy with. I found this out when a dog was hit by a car near my home and I was able to calm and handle him, when others couldn’t. I also helped at the vets as she seemed to recognize the dog needed me as she xrayed and set his broken leg.
You will find your way—when you decide it is your way.
Librarian and Elder of The Lore.
Suggestion by Pandora
The two healers in my coven work in two different ways.
-One has learned the art of herbal healing; she can mix up a solution out of herbs that help with almost any problem. Granted if it’s a BIG problem we just go to hospital. But small things like headaches, infections, and minor body aches she will brew up a tea or mix up a past that always does the trick.
-The other somehow is able to make people feel better by touching them. Not like Hollywood style, and she works more with ones soul than their physical wounds.
Maybe she was referring to one of those methods? Or possible you’re meant to guide someone else toward a future in medicine?
Hope this helps,
You’re more than welcome to e-mail me if you like.
Suggestion by Cat
I’m in exactly the same place you are, so know that you’re not alone. My healing is energy-based. I suggest you look up energy healing. Reiki is a well-known form, but you don’t need formal training for energy healing. It deals not with the soul, but with the auric field (the energy field around all life). Manipulating the field helps clear whatevers wrong with the body.
The more you practice, the better you get. If you feel you need it, look for a local group that might practice energy healing – most big cities have them.
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