User Profile

duke-elliott

Location:
East Bay, CA
Occupation:
Jack Of All Trades
Gender:
Male
Birthday:
April 20 ,1978
Hometown:
Oakland, CA
I can't live without:
my medicine
I'm an expert at:
knowing more than you expect me to know about most any topic you throw at me
My fantasy hobby is:
rock star pastry chef
I go weak in the knees for:
vegan red velvet cake
My most prized possession is:
my health
Lately I've been recommending:
love
I really need to cut back on:
self deprivation
Me described in one word:
indescribable
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Member since:
Jul 2010
Dispensary Reviews:
11
Medicine Reviews:
6
Followers:
4

Dispensary & Marijuana Reviews

  • Reviewed 8/2/10
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Urkel

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A+++ Strain, Would Smoke Again

So I'm really going through this, buy a gram/try a gram kick. I saw some good Urkel on the H-Side, so I decided "why not?" I have a very good relationship with Urkel's Purple Twin, but there's just something about green flowers that keep me coming back for more.

So I get the Urkel out today after sitting on it since Friday. The smell was nice and sweet, with a faint odor of artificial grape flavoring. The bud was nice and compact. The trichromes looked incredible under the 'scope. A little bit in the grinder and we were off.

The green hit screamed "I am Urkel" much in the same way Adam yelled "I have the power" as he transformed into He-Man. I was half expecting the shyest of my dogs to turn into Battle Dog, but it didn't quite happen. This is all to say that the come up was pretty fierce and fun. The taste mirrored the odor of grape koolaid, and the smoke was nice and smooth. After a few minutes my sprained MCL calmed down and my neuropathic pain was doing a lot better.

I started off with the one hitter, ducking out to take a hit or two as needed. 2 hits were providing over an hour of pain relief, so the potency is pretty good. Over all it was a great representation of Urkel. Kudos to the grower and thank you to Harborside the seller.

That's it for today. As always be good to each other and-
Rock It Out!
-Duke

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Jack Herer

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Holy Jack

I've long been a fan of the Jack Herer. Fromt he first time I smoked it I was hooked on the spicy, spicy goodness. The brain lifting effect is what I recommend to others who need an herbal mood stabilizer.

Well, while I was in the H-Side, I picked up some Jack. Jumping Jack Flash. Holy Cow. It was great. The come up was nice and conversational. My mind felt inspired as I explored the different possibilities of a PhD in Asian Comparative Studies. The brain candy effect lasted for a good hour and a half, so beyond the great initial kick, the high maintained a great peak for a while.

The smoke was nice and spicy with a touch of minty goodness tagging along for the ride. The high was so nice and clear I felt like singing some Jimmy Cliff or Stevie Wonder. All in all it made for a great evening.

Be good to each other and remember to-
Rock It Out!
-Duke

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Headband Hash

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Good for what it is

But Headband you're just not for me. Seriously, you were great. You looked and smelled really good. You said all the right things. You even made a great impression on my friends. But let's face it, we have no chemistry.

Your perfect blend of OG Kush, Trainwreck, and Jack Herer sounds like the perfect match for me on paper, but when it comes down to it, I just want OG Kush, Trainwreck, and Jack Herer in a threesome topped with oil. It seems like after 30 minutes with you I just want to call up my ex and see what she's up to. I mean she really knew how to treat a dude, and she did it without all the pretentious nonsense about being so awesome.

Seriously, some day you'll find a guy who appreciates you for who you are and not for where you came from. I just don't know how else to put it to you babe-

It's not you, it's me.

Rock It Out!
-Duke

  • Reviewed 7/29/10

Pre-Rolled Joint

Dispensary:
NBD Collective
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A++++, would do business again

So I've already detailed my experience of heading to NBD as a first time patient there along with some dead flowers that I really enjoyed. After 48 hrs of slacking on trying the prerolled joint I got as a first time patient, it seemed like a good idea on last night's dog walk.

I consider myself to be a very competent roller. I have mastered the pinner, the thumb width hogleg, and pretty much everything in between. With that said, I usually approach pre-rolleds with a bit of a bias. Quite simply put, most don't stack up to my standard of quality. Some places will use leaf as filler or cheap buds in the mix. I enjoy a good joint, but I don't enjoy the headache most pre-rolleds tend to induce.

NBD again left me pleasantly shocked. Their prerolleds come in a very nice plastic tube, and are a bit longer than 120 sized cigarettes. They look and feel like a cigarette, adding an extra layer of obfuscation to keep the reefer maniacs from bothering you on the street. The meat of the joint was all grade B, well ground buds. With the amazing uniformity of the joint, it was easy to tell it had been rolled in a rolling machine, but there wasn't any doubling up on the paper other than at the well sealed seam. It was up and burning with a single flick of the BIC lighter and didn't require any joint maintenance outside of flicking the ashes off. About 2-3 pulls in I noticed that the business end of the joint was not falling apart and leaking bud into my mouth. NBD uses a very nice little ring of cardboard as a filter, which also keeps you from ending up with greens stuck in your teeth. The joint hit well, providing nice even draws. The only gripe that I have with the joint is that my lips started to get a bit numb towards the last 3rd of the joint from the bit of resin that had collected in the spot on my lips I was using to smoke the joint.

NBD has done a great job in providing a very competent option for residents in the Newark, Fremont, Union City, and Milpitas area. Go check them out if you haven't already, and be sure to pick up your pre-rolled on your first visit. You won't be disappointed.

Rock It Out!
Duke

  • Reviewed 7/28/10

Dispensary Review:

Mr. Nice Guy

Can't say it's that memorable

But it is across the street from Zeitgeist.

So if you're like me, you occasionally enjoy meeting up with some friends for some beers. Sometimes you want to drink beers on a patio where no one gives a flying flip if you're chiefing down on a hogleg while quaffing a nice IPA. If that's the case, you head on over to Zeitgeist.

Now imagine that no one thought to bring a joint with them. What on earth will you do? Well, I choose to drink half a pitcher, run across the street to Mr Nice Guy's, grab some prerolleds, and play the role of epic hero. I wish I could remember more about the pricing beyond the fact that they have prerolled joints, but I've never really thought of them as a place that would be my regular dispensary. However, they've also really helped my circle of patient friends as we were celebrating promotions, job losses, and birthdays.

So if you're getting your drink on at Zeitgeist, roll on over to Mr Nice Guy and pick up some prerolleds. You and your friends will thank me for planting this info in your head when you're chilling on the patio.

  • Reviewed 7/28/10

Dispensary Review:

SF Medical Cannabis Clinic

Feels like your Uncle's Dispensary

So with all due apologies to the SF Medicinal Cannabis Clinic, this place feels like the dispensary your uncle would go to. It's not particularly refined in its sense of interior design, the medicine counter isn't always well organized, and their selection leaves a lot to be desired. I've known some medicine vendors who explained to me that they are really looking for $2000 pounds, and their menu reflects this philosophy. To get the good buds from the growers, you have to pay the good bud price to the grower, and $2000 a pound is somewhat of an insult to the competent growers I've had the pleasure of knowing.

On a positive note, they usually have incredible deals on at least one ounce in stock, or at least they did last few times I was in there. They also usually have some sort of food available in their patients' lounge along with 2 or 3 guys who are old enough to be your uncle in there medicating and telling their war stories.

If you're fed up with the long wait times over at HopeNet, go ahead and give the SF Medical Cannabis Clinic a shot, just be prepared for the potential of awkward/awesome Thanksgiving dinners if you do happen to run into your Uncle in there.

That's all for now.
-Duke

  • Reviewed 7/28/10

Dispensary Review:

HopeNet

Best in their Neighborhood

So HopeNet is on my list of must try dispensaries for new patients that I run into. Their staff has always been helpful to me, their decor is funky, yet unobtrusive. The last time I was there they still had an indoor smoking lounge of a couch, two chairs, and a breakfast style bar. The line can be a bit of a hassle at times, but the medicine they offer more than makes up for any problems the wait might generate. They have one of the widest selections in SF and most of their meds are prices very well for being high end to top shelf quality. If you're looking to get in and out of the dispensary without collecting the odors of a dispensary on your clothing, you may want to consider going elsewhere as I have often encountered staff members and patients puffing down on joints inside. Their edibles and concentrates menu is very comprehensive, and you get the feel of being in a mom and pop style operation rather than Weed WalMart. So for all of you California Culinary Academy students looking to grab something in the late afternoon on your walk back to Civic Center Bart, drop on in and check them out. You won't leave disappointed.

-Duke

  • Reviewed 7/28/10

Dispensary Review:

NBD Collective

A lot better than what I expected in Newark

So I've been a bit more attuned to the funky urban vibe of Oakland than to the vanilla suburban vibe of well, the suburbs. I happened to be down in the Newark area today and decided to stop in and see if the suburbs were as mind-numbing as I remember them being from my youth.

I approached the NBD Collective which is located off of Thornton in an area of town that seemed to have a lot of light industrial activity going on around it. Warehouses and whatnot dotted the surrounding landscape. Their security guard greeted me at the door and asked if this was my first time visiting the collective. I told him I was there for the first time to see what was up, and I was welcomed on in. Their intake coordinator was quite friendly and asked me to fill out their requisite paperwork while she called the PIDC to verify that I was a legitimate patient. She also informed me that since I was a first time patient, the collective would be giving me a welcome gift. In the process of gaining that information, it was also mentioned that the collective had a referral program that would reward me with a pre-rolled joint or edible (depending on stock levels) for each new patient that I referred to the collective. Not a bad incentive if you're in the Newark/Fremont area and know a bunch of big dispensary snobs who are starting to feel the pinch of the transportation costs to and from the Bay Area Mega Stores.

After completing the intake process, I was invited to head on back to the medicine dispensing area. The dispensing area consisted of a long display counter will various edibles and hash products displayed neatly. There were two sets of about 12-15 glass jars that had samples of the medicine listed on the whiteboard behind the counter. I was encouraged to come on up to the counter and have a peek and smell at the meds after I was finished reviewing the somewhat hard to read whiteboard. The staff was not super chatty, but from what I remember of suburban life, people in the suburbs don't talk much to one another.

The menu was split pretty evenly between Sativas and Indicas. There was some good looking Headband and Trainwreck on the Sativa side, and some really nice smelling Kushes on the Indica side. After inspecting everything on the menu, I got my meds, paid and was on my way out the door. The staff thanked me for coming in and welcomed me to come back if I was ever in the neighborhood again.

My first impression is that this is an operation that takes their job very seriously. I'd be willing to guess that Newark isn't exactly looking to put a dispensary on every corner, but NBD is doing a great job at providing the community a great model of what a responsible dispensary looks like. My rating would have been a 5 star rating if they had a site that included on site parking. They could also benefit from doing a better job of presentation on their whiteboard menu. With those two minor personal comments, I must say that all of their medicine was very well manicured and presented in a very easy to understand format. The staff was a welcome mix of personable while allowing me to do my thing without interference. My total time spent from walking in to walking out was less than 10 minutes- a welcome change from the half hour it can take you to get through the Bay Area Mega Stores.

Clean, comfortable, casual, yet professional. I wish these guys the best of luck going forward, and I look forward to seeing if they can step up their game a bit and reach their full potential. They made a great first impression on me and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them to anyone who is a local to the area or just dropping by the suburbs to visit family and needs a nice sativa break when finished.

That's all for the Dispensary review. Be sure to check out my medicine review too. Be good to each other and as always-
Rock It Out!
-Duke

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NL x C99

Dispensary:
NBD Collective
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Great meds, but the pricing could be better

So I'm a bit of a sucker for NL #5. In fact, when I saw on NBD's website that they had a NL5 cross, I knew I had to get my ass on down there. I realize that this isn't 1995 and that marijuana has come a long, long way from the days when having the real deal NL5 meant you were king shit in stoner land, but damn if it doesn't get the job done.

This NL cross did not fail to impress me. It tended very heavy on the Sativa side without being mind numbing. I followed my protocol of testing new strains on the evening dog walk, and found myself a bit confused the first few minutes after taking a few hits of the glass one hitter. This probably has more to do with my love of indicas than the strength of the medicine, but anything that gets my mental map disoriented is some potent meds. After a block or two I settled in with my brain fully able to function again. My dogs would probably tell you that I was a babbling fool, by my human walk companion was quite receptive to the brain dump that followed. It probably helped that they medicated with me and were in a similar mental state as I found myself fully enjoying. After 30 minutes of walking and talking, we decided to extend the walk for another 30 minutes, much to the enjoyment of the dogs.

Bear with me on this part and realize I'm not passing judgement on anyone. One of the things that struck me along my walk is how much of a crutch TV is for social interaction in our modern world. Even after being almost completely TV free for almost 5 years (with the exception of LOST), I still find myself wanting to talk with people about cartoons and commercials I remember from childhood. I still routinely recite lines from Tommy Boy and Billy Madison (neither of which I saw in the theater) and have been known to talk like Eric Cartman from time to time. Our society is based in large part on our addictive and compulsive relationship with the television. I then was bemused by the fact that TV, which is highly addictive and serves as a social crutch for a majority of the US population, is completely legal while we're still out there fighting to get medical marijuana in all 50 states. If this isn't a sign of a messed up situation, one where we only know how to relate to others through the TV we watch, then I'm not sure what a worse situation could be.

But enough with the editorializing. What I'm trying to get across is that the NL X C99 cross at NBD is a perfect way to get off that TV crutch and find a way to connect to another human through genuine conversation. I know that when I've worked with a therapist (even Duke needs someone to talk to sometimes) I've at least felt better about my situation when I could just honestly open up and talk to someone else about me and who I really am.

My only complaint with the product was the price. I understand that NBD is focusing more on serving their community than becoming the next Weed Mega Mart, but in a building without dedicated parking, I feel that they'd attract more members to their collective if the pricing was a dollar less on the grams, although I do greatly appreciate that they include tax in their listed price. The pricing on everything else above a gram was pretty much standard, but I think it's in bad form to gouge the people who are looking to try out a strain to see if it might be the next great thing for the patient.

So aside from my gripe over a buck, I'd say go get this and spend some time connecting with another human about something other than TV.

That's all for tonight. As always, be good to each other and remember to-
Rock It Out!
-Duke

  • Reviewed 7/25/10

Dispensary Review:

Vapor Room

Great place to stop and medicate

So you'e out wandering the Haight and Golden Gate Park. After a while you start to get that pain in your knee that lets you know you've done too much. Sure you could whip out your stash and blaze on the street (you are in the Haight), but you realize are still in a residential neighborhood. Go check out the Vapor Room.

As the name states, they vaporize in the Vapor Room. If you've been frequenting them for a while you'll remember the funky vibe of their old location next door, but the new location has a clean, comfortable vibe. The Volcanos sometimes have a waiting line, but most of the patients I've run across are happy to share with you if you're waiting. The medicine counter in the back is a clean, modern space that has excellent accessibility for disabled patients. I've seen anywhere from 8-20 different strains available, and their staff is very helpful in getting you the right medicine. Their hash selection is good. The Chocolate Milk is awesome if you need a quick boost of energy and medicine. The edibles are comparable to what you find elsewhere in the city.

What really sets the Vapor Room apart from everyone else is the sense of community you get while inside. You get an excellent chance to meet other patients who might not have the same symptoms and conditions as you, yet you share a bond in your medicine. Their emphasis on vaporization techniques shows me that they really care about patient health. Let's be honest- I love smoking as much as the next patient, but if Cannabis is our medicine, don't we owe it to ourselves to use it in the least harmful way possible? With this said, the staff doens't look down on you for smoking if that's how you choose to use your medicine, although I'm not always a fan of walking out of the dispensary smelling like I came from the dispensary. Wait times for the medicine counter are never incredibly long and the staff is super helpful in getting you the right medicine for you.

Next time you're up in the Haight, drop on in and see what's going on in the premier dispensary that allows on site medication.

Be good to each other, and as always-
Rock It Out!
-Duke

  • Reviewed 7/25/10

Dispensary Review:

Coffeeshop Blue Sky

Ah, the memories

So I'm guessing that some of you East Bay Residents have a similar story as me. Go see Dr. Assad, head to the PIDC, and high tail it over to Blue Sky (SR-71 if you've been at this for a while.) My experience was so empowering that I have gone as a patient advocate and walked many a patient through what can be a somewhat anxiety inducing process.

So once you finally make it to Cafe Blue Sky, you check in at the front door and head on back to the dispensing area. For returning patients who have a good idea of what they'd like, express service is offered. For first timers, you wait in line with other patients, possibly some mother plants, and plenty of copies of the Oaksterdam News. Once it's your turn to head on up to the counter/door you are greeted by a friendly bud tender and a trapper keeper. That's right, Blue Sky is the home of Trapper Keeper Weed as my good friends have so eloquently put forth. You have a choice of 4-5 different strains in 3 price ranges. They have a full complement of hash, keif, and prerolled joints in the Trapper Keeper as well, along with potent edibles that are kept behind the counter/door. If you're interested in their clones, get there early. I've been there at 10am and been told that the clones were sold out. Their clones can be hit or miss, so definitely follow their instructions on keeping them quarantined from your other plants. Last thing you want to do with your vegging ECSD plants is get them infected by some Shiva Skunk clones you picked up to see how they'd do (ps, they do REALLY well if you get non-infested clones.)

The space is somewhat cramped, and as stated earlier they seem to quickly run out of clones. That said, they were my first dispensary experience and as such will always hold a place near and dear to my heart. If you're in Oaksterdam, make it a point to swing by and check it out for yourself.

That's all for today. Be good to each other and as always-
Rock It Out!
-Duke

  • Reviewed 7/25/10

Great place that could be better

Wow. Harborside. The East Bay Mecca of Medicinal Cannabis. The Grand-Daddy of them all.

Where do I even begin? The security staff greets you outside and asks if you are a first timer or a returning client. They radio the staff inside and you are met with a smiling face holding the door open for you. You are then directed to the patient intake desk if you are a returning patient or the new patient orientation if you're new to the Health Center. First timers fill out the requisite paperwork and are given a tour of the facilities and the rundown on all of the health services offered at Harborside (more on this later.) Returning patients are directed to wait in line along with all of the other patients waiting to see a bud tender.

Harborside by far has some of the best selection in the entire Bay Area. The bud tenders are very knowledgeable and always have a top notch recommendation for whatever ails you. The prices are a bit higher than other dispensaries, but this is more a function of Oakland's Medicinal Cannabis Tax Policy than Health Center policy. They ALWAYS have a wide variety of good, not outstanding, clones and seeds.

The health care services offered free of charge are top notch. From chiropractic adjustments, to reiki and Alexander Technique classes, you'll find ways to complement the medicine you get with alternative healing modalities. (As an aside from a patient who has used the health care services- be sure to at least pick up a gram or an edible while you are in for a healing session. Harborside offers these services for free in an effort to provide a holistic approach to health care. They are able to do it for free through the proceeds from their medicine sales. The staff will be more than understanding if you don't have the funds to pick something up, but they will say something to you if you are abusing their generosity.)

The only thing keeping me from going to a 5 star review is the big, uncovered window facing the parking lot. When I go to the doctor's office, I am afforded a certain level of privacy by HIPPA. This means no talking about my condition with anyone other than authorized agents and strict requirements to protect patient privacy. When you pull into the parking lot, pay close attention to the dark, tinted windows on the office building that shares the parking lot. It wouldn't be unreasonable to come to the conclusion that someone in that office building could easily look through their windows and see you inside buying clones or finished meds, but especially the clones. Having been in the game for a while, I understand that growers want to protect their privacy and keep their hobby/profession from being broadcast out in the open. It would be wonderful to see Harborside follow the lead of most Pharmacies which don't have open windows right by the medication dispensing area. I don't want my neighbors or co-workers to know that I'm a medicinal cannabis patient unless I choose to share that info with them. In some ways, Harborside asks me to abrogate that choice so that they can take an attitude of "we have nothing to hide." That's great that Harborside has nothing to hide, and is quite respectable of them. However, some patients might need to keep their status as a patient hidden due to job, child custody cases, or personal preference. It would be great to see that choice being given back to the patient.

Aside from the privacy concerns, I have nothing but glowing superlatives for Harborside. If any of the staff from Harborside would like to sit down and talk with me about my concerns, I'd be more than happy to expand further upon what I have written here.

That's all for today. As always, be good to each other and-
Rock It Out!
-Duke

  • Reviewed 7/25/10

Eh

So you are down in Alameda and want to check out what kind of meds are available on your island paradise. You see that there is a dispensary sitting over an electric car dealership on Webster. You walk inside the car dealership, show the security guard your card, and head upstairs. You walk on down the hall and knock on the door to the waiting room. In the waiting area, the staff checks your ID again and you sit and wait. And you wait. And wait some more. I think you can get the picture here.

After waiting what seems to be a epoch, the bud tender signals to you that it's your turn to come on into the medicine room. You figure that after waiting so long you would be excited to see what all they have to offer. You get in, and it's "meh". You decide to ask the bud tender about what is the best for symptoms XYZ, and they come back at you with a line like "This is the East Bay where we cater to the people who want strains that they see in High Times."

Seriously? I wait 30 minutes in an uncomfortable waiting room to find out that you specialize in weak, trophy strains? I can find plenty of other places that won't waste your time or offend you as a patient. I'd suggest that you do the same too.

Rock It Out!
-Duke

  • Reviewed 7/25/10

Dispensary Review:

The Divinity Tree

Best in SF

Wow. Where to begin...

The Divinity Tree is a no-frills, no-nonsense operation. You aren't met with throngs of practitioners looking to ply their trade on you. You aren't met with a super chill lounge area. What you get is the best medicine in the city.

From their expansive menu of dried cannabis to their superb selection of hash, you'll find what it takes to get you the relief you seek. The staff is very friendly and always willing to point you in the direction of quality meds at lower prices rather than selling you on the virtues of the top shelf. Don't get me wrong, the top shelf is phenomenal, but the 2nd and 3rd tiers beat the competition hand down. Their selection of edibles is top notch, and the hash, oh sweet hash.

If you haven't made it a point to check these guys out, do not pass go, bring your $200, and go straight to The Divinity Tree. You can thank me once you get back home.

As always, be good to each other and-
Rock It Out!
-Duke

  • Reviewed 7/25/10

Option of last resort

I'd love to be able to tell you something amazing about this dispensary, but they are clearly running in the back of the pack when it comes to being Oaksterdam's best. The security has always been somewhat short with me. The counter staff seems to shrug their shoulders and act indifferent to your questions. The finished medicine is no where near the quality level that you'd expect in Downtown Oakland, and their clones always look spindly and somewhat anemic.

There are better options in Oakland, and I'd suggest you check out everything else Oakland has to offer. Sorry CARE, it's time to step up your game and hold your own against your competition.

Rock It Out!
-Duke

  • Reviewed 7/25/10

Dispensary Review:

Purple Heart Patient Center

You should really check them out

Having spent the past two and a half years living in Oakland, I've seen it all in the dispensaries- the good, the bad, the cheap, and the expensive. Seeing that there are 4 dispensaries in Oakland, it's impossible to talk about one without comparing it to the others. The Purple Heart Center is the hidden gem of Oakland's Medical Cannabis Retail Establishments. Located quite conveniently in the Jack London Square District, getting here is quite easy from 880. The staff has always been very helpful. The security is professional without being intimidating. The counter staff has always been able to give excellent suggestions to help get you out of that "favorite strain" rut that we all eventually run into. They occasionally have what I would consider to be the best clones in Oakland. The only thing stopping me from giving them the full 5 stars is the somewhat spotty availability of clones. I have personally never spent more than 5 minutes in line, waiting to see the expansive menu of goods up close and personal.

I also can't say enough about their respect for patient privacy. If you've been to the "big guys" in Oakland, you might have felt like me and been a bit skeeved-out about waiting in line and getting your medicine with a huge, uncovered window back behind you. Couple that open window with the office building in the parking lot with super dark windows and you too may have felt a bit paranoid about conducting legit business with an organization that is trying its best to be the premier dispensary in the country. As far as The Purple Heart goes, I've never felt anything but safe and secure at this gem of a red-headed step child in Oakland.

That's it for today. Be good to one another and as always-
Rock It Out!
-Duke

Purple Erkel

Purple Erkel Clones

Not sure how regularly they have them in, but when the Purple Heart has their Purple Erkel clones in, you'd better get on it. Last time I picked some up, I decided to run a little experiment on them. 4 clones went right in the soil and were put under 12/12 lighting in a 4x1000w HPS set up. The rest were put in the veg room and given 3 weeks to do their thing. The 4 that went direct to flowering each produced about 1.5-2 oz each with about 8.5 week of flowering. The rest that were given time to veg a bit were in the 2-3oz per plant range on yield after 8 weeks of flowering.

Everyone has their style of growing along with their go-to nutrient blend. I was kicking myself in the butt for not making sure to take some cuttings of the plants that spent 3 weeks in the veg room. The reason being that these clones produced some of the stickiest, purple buds I have ever had the pleasure of growing. I live with a laundry list of chronic health issues, and this purple erkel did the trick for everything but depression. My friends that grow were all trying to get me to come off some of my purple goodness, but when you get something this good, you keep it for head stash.

Well, that's all for today. As always be good to each other and be sure to-
Rock It Out!
-Duke

My Sticky Type

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Favorite Dispensaries

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Harborside Health Center - Oakland
1840 Embarcadero Oakland,
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NBD Collective
7180 Thornton Ave. Newark,
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Purple Heart Patient Center
415 Fourth St. Oakland,