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Bin Laden

Type: Regular, Medical
Climate: Indoor, Outdoor
Flowering: 70-80 Days
Yield: 30-60g/m2
Height: 120-150 cm.
Indica/Sativa: Mostly Indica
Effect: Addictive High
Flavor:
THC Level: Medium
Growing: Easy

Bin Laden marijuana seed is an award-winning medical strain with powerful strains as its parents; Pakistan Ryder and AK 47. It is medically believed to help relieve from pain, nausea and anxiety, it can also be a sleep aid and can stimulate ones appetite. It is one of the best medical strains in the world of cannabis. The THC level it gives is about 21% and 44% CBD. This strain is flexible since it can be cultivated whether indoors or outdoors. You have to wait for 70-80 days after it starts to flower. It can produce a yield of about 30-60 g and a height of 120 to 150 cm. This predominantly indica strain has a sweet taste and offers an addictive high. It has a light Christmas tree color of green with some crystals. It has won 2 nd prize for the best Sativas in 1999 at the High Times Cannabis Cup and 2 nd place for the Indica category at the 2003 High Times Cannabis Cup. It is best for experienced smokers.

Bin Laden marijuana seed is an award-winning medical strain with powerful strains as its parents; Pakistan Ryder and AK 47.

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Among the juicy details emerging in the wake of Osama bin Laden’s death last week was the fact that a bunch of marijuana plants were found growing next to his Abbottabad compound in Pakistan. The discovery has launched an Internet’s worth of bad puns and stupid jokes: “Osama bin Smokin,'” “Bin Laden Been Blazin.”

But is there any truth to the headlines?

Some over-eager sleuths have pointed out that the compound was known to place bulk orders for soda and food from the local market, so maybe the world’s most wanted terrorist had a bad case of the munchies. On the other hand, bin Laden was rumored to suffer from kidney problems, something for which he could’ve scored a medical marijuana card in Colorado and several other states. (Although to do so, he would’ve had to show a valid ID among other credentials, and that would have SERIOUSLY cramped the dude’s style.)

All in all, the revelation seems to play into every drug warrior’s wildest dream: It appears that marijuana may, after all, turn you into a terrorist!

Of course, there may be a much simpler explanation for the Abbottabad stash: Pot is known to grow wild in those parts of the world. In other words, this particular weed may just, in fact, have been a weed.

If so, we have to say: What a wasted opportunity. If there was one guy who could’ve used a little mellow indica, it’s bin Laden.

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Among the juicy details emerging in the wake of Osama bin Laden's death last week was the fact that a bunch of marijuana plants were found growing next to his Abbottabad compound in Pakistan. The discovery has launched an Internet's worth of bad puns and stupid jokes: "Osama bin Smokin,'"…