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    first off thanks for stopping buy to read this so i will begin.....

    the main reason why i want to do this is because not long ago my wife's grandmother got diagnosed with terminal lung and brain cancer yes the dreaded C word now i used to grow to smoke but i gave it up and used to do that in coco soil which i was only a amateur grower and i did ok,

    but now i've gone a bought a wilma v2 system along with Dieseltonic & CBD Mass which ive been told are good for making cbd oil.

    now i just need some info on what nutes and timing of feeds and as much info as i can on getting optimal bud and healthy plants there is a lot of conflicting info out there and i need it just perfect i'm thinking about doing it in clay pebbles which i'e been told are much better for the plants (as long as you wash the pebbles) i need to know what ph to do the nutes at and i've decided to do the whole thing with distilled water as i've been told is really good for them but i'm not sure so that's why i'm here so any info will be very much greatful for all the info you all can give me

    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
    first off thanks for stopping buy to read this so i will begin.....

    the main reason why i want to do this is because not long ago my wife's grandmother got diagnosed with terminal lung and brain cancer yes the dreaded C word now i used to grow to smoke but i gave it up and used to do that in coco soil which i was only a amateur grower and i did ok,

    but now i've gone a bought a wilma v2 system along with Dieseltonic & CBD Mass which ive been told are good for making cbd oil.

    now i just need some info on what nutes and timing of feeds and as much info as i can on getting optimal bud and healthy plants there is a lot of conflicting info out there and i need it just perfect i'm thinking about doing it in clay pebbles which i'e been told are much better for the plants (as long as you wash the pebbles) i need to know what ph to do the nutes at and i've decided to do the whole thing with distilled water as i've been told is really good for them but i'm not sure so that's why i'm here so any info will be very much greatful for all the info you all can give me

    thank you
    Sorry to hear your bad news mate, always shit to hear things like this, and I hope for the best for your wifeís grandmother.

    First off. There isnít any good evidence, to show that thc really does work to kill cancer, there are some, but they are not peer reviewed using the scientific method. Studies are being done, but nothing is confirmed. But of course as youíve said this is terminal, this is probably one of the last options you have. But stick with conventional medicines too whilst treating with the oil.

    Youíre going to need to change strain, you will need something high in thc, and cbd, as the thc attacks the cancer cells, and the cbd does other things.

    There is a strain called ď cbd cream and cheeseĒ from our sponsor seedsman, that is 22% thc and 18% cbd, you want something like that.

    Also, as this is to be used as medicine, I would seriously consider doing this in soil, with organic nuits



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    thank you macky yeah cancer is the devil of the earth, i will look that up on seedsman atm i will try anything ive even said to my wife that we should start taking cbd oil ourselves on a daily basis to try keep us healthy i know its not just down to that i know its to do with diet also,

    so organic nutes whats the best for the best results i used to use canna nutes a+b, Rhizotonic, Cannazym, boost, before they always seemed pretty good

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    Rick simpson Oil Is the way forward !! use google and you will find videos

    Also look into plant based diets https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skh1ZCCBXXg
    Between cannabis and diet .....

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    Depends on your budget mate, living soil is the best way to go organic. I use tropic batmix for my medium, and advanced nuits organic range for my nuits. Not fully organic imo as itís nuits out a bottle. But organic all the same.

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    yes ive seen a few vid of his and ive looked up many things on raw food diet look up a guy called theliferegenorator on ytube hes really good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    Depends on your budget mate, living soil is the best way to go organic. I use tropic batmix for my medium, and advanced nuits organic range for my nuits. Not fully organic imo as it’s nuits out a bottle. But organic all the same.
    well budget thats the hard bit aint it and thats how the deepstate like it rich get richer poor get poorer lol

    i've never heard of living soil ill look that up along with the tropic batmix is there a specific type of organic nutes? also what time setting would you have for the wilma dripper setting i know i read somewhere about 15mins every 3 hrs but think that was in pebbles

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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
    yes ive seen a few vid of his and ive looked up many things on raw food diet look up a guy called theliferegenorator on ytube hes really good
    You gotta be careful with all these you tube guys making claims they canít back up mate. Be sceptical of everything!

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    Quote Originally Posted by miracle-herb View Post
    well budget thats the hard bit aint it and thats how the deepstate like it rich get richer poor get poorer lol

    i've never heard of living soil ill look that up along with the tropic batmix is there a specific type of organic nutes? also what time setting would you have for the wilma dripper setting i know i read somewhere about 15mins every 3 hrs but think that was in pebbles
    Itíll depend on the medium mate. But Iím not sure really, never used auto feeders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    You gotta be careful with all these you tube guys making claims they can’t back up mate. Be sceptical of everything!
    ohh i am mate i do my research 1st if i find the same info in different directions i know its kinda true or true you find most just want to sell you things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    It’ll depend on the medium mate. But I’m not sure really, never used auto feeders.
    ok mate im sure someone will have the answer on this site i might have to post in the wilma section of this site

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    You gotta be careful with all these you tube guys making claims they can’t back up mate. Be sceptical of everything!
    100% agreed , There is a guy on youtube trying to get people to eat 100% mango for 6 months based on the fact he did it and is still alive lol , CRazy

    But there is tons of peer reviewed studies and documentary like :

    what the health ( This will blow you mind , , its the canabiss story all over again )
    Dr. Michael Greger: How Not to Die
    Dr. Baxter Montgomery : A Role Model M.D.
    Food as Medicine - Dr. Michael Greger
    Interview with Dr. Ellsworth Wareham
    Forks Over Knives
    Eating You Alive
    Food Choices
    Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead


    They all show the research , The evidence and why plant based is the way forward !!
    Im lucky to be a vegan so i diont have to drink the puss filled milk and cheeses and tons of growth hormones from meat ect .I stopped eating that crap when the WHO ( world health organization) listed meat as Carcinogenic to humans ,

    So fancy that our animal products are the number one cause of cancer , diabetes & CVD
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnigma View Post
    100% agreed , There is a guy on youtube trying to get people to eat 100% mango for 6 months based on the fact he did it and is still alive lol , CRazy

    But there is tons of peer reviewed studies and documentary like :

    what the health ( This will blow you mind , , its the canabiss story all over again )
    Dr. Michael Greger: How Not to Die
    Dr. Baxter Montgomery : A Role Model M.D.
    Food as Medicine - Dr. Michael Greger
    Interview with Dr. Ellsworth Wareham
    Forks Over Knives
    Eating You Alive
    Food Choices
    Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead


    They all show the research , The evidence and why plant based is the way forward !!
    Im lucky to be a vegan so i diont have to drink the puss filled milk and cheeses and tons of growth hormones from meat ect .I stopped eating that crap when the WHO ( world health organization) listed meat as Carcinogenic to humans ,

    So fancy that our animal products are the number one cause of cancer , diabetes & CVD
    Itís horrible, I love meat so much..... but have been discussing with the wife recently about going to a plant based diet.

    Itíll be hard to make the change over, I love meat, but really, that shit bad for you in the amounts people eat it nowadays. And the shit they feed the animals too.....wish I had my own farm so I could just grow and raise all my own food, and weed lol.

    I probably wonít make the change though, itís one of those always considering never doing it, like a clap on switch for the lights lol.

    What would you recommend to some one who eats meat, and dairy, but is planning on becoming vegan?

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    im the same as you macky i love meat but from what ive found out about meat its a big NO NO to consume by us esp in this day and age with the antibiotics and growth hormones they give the animals humans are supposed to be plant based eaters thats why our ancestors didnt have half of the sh*t ppl have these days ive got a few fav ppl i get my info from one ive already gave on here which is theliferegenorator and another is Dr Sebi he himself cured many ppl of many things and he went to court because they claimed him as fake and if im certain 79 witnesses turned up to court with proof of there disease they had before and then the after results he is amazing its on youtube so ya can all look him up ya sens 2 there is so many things us humans can do to protect ourselves from the deepstate and the military war complex like the chemtrails in the sky, its just that some ppl think these ppl wont do that to the human kind, there is so much more to our lives on this planet but its all been hidden from us all people have to do to learnt the truth is open your eyes and look for the answers the worst thing these people could have done was give people internet because more and more people are speaking out...

    sorry for the rant people

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    Itís horrible, I love meat so much..... but have been discussing with the wife recently about going to a plant based diet.

    Itíll be hard to make the change over, I love meat, but really, that shit bad for you in the amounts people eat it nowadays. And the shit they feed the animals too.....wish I had my own farm so I could just grow and raise all my own food, and weed lol.

    I probably wonít make the change though, itís one of those always considering never doing it, like a clap on switch for the lights lol.

    What would you recommend to some one who eats meat, and dairy, but is planning on becoming vegan?
    I loved meat to and used to consume it daily , Although when i went vegetarian last year i gave up meat pretty easy .

    Where i struggled was ditching milk its in everything , also through education i found out its addictive

    Now adays its easy to switch , There is lots of burgers ,sausages replacement meats like tofu ( delicious when prepped nice )
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnigma View Post
    I loved meat to and used to consume it daily , Although when i went vegetarian last year i gave up meat pretty easy .

    Where i struggled was ditching milk its in everything , also through education i found out its addictive

    Now adays its easy to switch , There is lots of burgers ,sausages replacement meats like tofu ( delicious when prepped nice )
    yeah there is lots of alternatives i do use a lot of quarn stuff thats made with soya bean in the next few weeks ill be doing my 1st 24hr water fast

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    nice mate , good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    Itís horrible, I love meat so much..... but have been discussing with the wife recently about going to a plant based diet.

    Itíll be hard to make the change over, I love meat, but really, that shit bad for you in the amounts people eat it nowadays. And the shit they feed the animals too.....wish I had my own farm so I could just grow and raise all my own food, and weed lol.

    I probably wonít make the change though, itís one of those always considering never doing it, like a clap on switch for the lights lol.

    What would you recommend to some one who eats meat, and dairy, but is planning on becoming vegan?
    Its not something you can do over night , I removed 1 animal product a week and replaced it with alternatives ,

    So beef sausage > one of the Veggie sausage in shops now
    burgers > one of the hundreds of veggie burgers , there is loads
    eggs & chicken > TOFU
    white rice > brown rice & quinoa
    mince > lentils
    MEAT in currys ect > Mushrooms or chick peas , or mixed beans
    Milk > Soya milk ( alpro i like ) , oat milk , rice milk , almond milk the list goes on and on

    Now you can get replacement cheese , yogurts , bacon , and they all taste delicious
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