Man oh man does this #Guava13#HTFSE smell incredible! My buddy had half a small mason jar of the stuff and this was after he separated the terps that were floating on the surface. He was able to fill a separate jar completely full with all the terps. What's pictured here was probably around an ounce so the terpenes were super amplified, and this batch is supposedly some of the best live resin @brindlefarms has ever done. Guava 13 is #StardawgGuava crossed with #NYCHP13 bred by @topdawgseeds.
As I'm not using cannabis at the moment, I'm just going to do a smell description from memory (about an hour ago). The dominant smells fuming off this product were potent chemicals including chlorine, toluene, sharpie marker, and petroleum by-products. There was also a sweet chemdog and wheatgrass profile in there as well as some very subtle notes of citrus and butterscotch. I can't even begin to express how pungent and potent this batch smelled. If I was dabbing I would be all over this stuff. Hell, I wish I could just bathe in it. I bet the taste and buzz would be equally as amazing to the smell.
Hats off to you Brindle Farms. You really knocked this live out of the park. If you have the chance to purchase this product, don't sleep on it. You'll thank me later! 😄
"#Americans are making their last dashes for glasses and viewers to watch the rare total #solareclipse that will glide across the continental US on Monday.
Exposing your naked eye-ball to sunlight causes #solar retinopathy (aka photic retinopathy or solar retinitis), which involves two types of damage to the retina, particularly the fovea: burns and photochemical toxicity.
The former may be the most easily understood. A big chunk of sunlight is near-infrared radiation (700 to 1,500 nanometers), which can cause heat and thus burns, Calkins and Sternberg note. Because our eyes lack pain receptors, we can scorch the fovea without even noticing as we gaze at the Sun.
But, the eye experts write, a "more pressing concern" is photochemical toxicity. The large wallop of visible light from the #Sun gets soaked up by photoactive materials in the #eye that are just itching to form free radicals and reactive #oxygen species. These include heme proteins, melanosomes, lipofuscin, and other chemicals. Once generated, free radicals and reactive oxygen species can attack many types of molecules and break down membranes, leading to tissue damage and cell death. Once #retina tissue is destroyed, it cannot regenerate." - via #arstechnica