If you find plants around your home that look similar to the marijuana plant in the photo, someone in your household is trying to grow their own weed. The plants have changed considerably in recent decades as they have been bred to produce more buds.
You may find a small amount of marijuana your child has acquired for personal use to smoke. It is probably readily available in your community.
First of all, don’t over-react. Before you force your child into a professional drug treatment program that you may not be able to afford and they may not even need, take a step back and try to evaluate the situation.
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It may be that your child has experimented with marijuana use or tried it a couple of times with their friends. That happens a lot more these days than it may have happened when you were in school.
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How do you do that? The best advice available is the simplest—ask your child.
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You may also find larger quantities of marijuana in a plastic zip-lock bag. You might find smaller plastic bags with residue inside. This can trigger concerns that your child is transporting or selling marijuana rather than obtaining it for personal use.
Parents may want to know what marijuana looks like in all stages of development and use. See photos that can help you check what you find at home.
When a liar is boasting how much killer pot they grew ‘that one year’, speak up quick – multiply that number of pounds/kilos grown and boast the resulting sum in a very loud tone. Try to overpower other peoples conversations if the are not listing to you.
These tricks are most commonly done by adjusting the hue, vibrancy, contrast and brightness of photos in an computer photo editing program.
A genuine WWG (Wannabe Weed Guru) is not complete without shaky hands and bud falling out from the ends of the rolling paper. It’s a no-brainer to see why having a ‘brofessor’ roll up the doobie in front of everyone is an effective WWG prevention strategy.
You’ve just had a great harvest – yielded heavy, buds finished up hard and dank, and the flavor is on-point. The dry and cure went well, and now you want to share some with a group of people you just met at a party.
BEWARE OF WANNABE WEED GURUS AND BUD PIC TROLLS ON SOCIAL MEDIA
As soon as the first whiff of of a Wannabe Weed Guru is smelt, the best thing to do is stomp out the fire before it grows.
Social media is going viral with fake edited photographs of buds and flowering bud plants. Most often placed along with the text “What would you name this…”, or set as the profile picture of a fake social media account. Take a close look at this cannabis picture …
Sooner than later, the ‘grow expert’ is going to be contradicting themselves left and right, speaking like a intoxicated politician. Sat back from afar, watching this disaster unfold serves for some decent low-class entertainment.
Don’t put up with bozos trying to promote themselves with fake buds. Share this pic and call out the phonies.
Social media is going viral with fake edited photographs of buds and flowering bud plants. Most often placed along with the text