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We are not claiming that the effects of one drug have nothing to do with whether a user
will later use another drug whose effects are similar. But what we are saying is that if the
effects-hypothesis holds up at all, it cannot explain the marijuana-heroin link. If anything,
it casts doubt on it. A sociologist might say that it is possible for a subculture to define the
effects as similar, and users will think that they are similar, isolate similar characteristics
such as the feeling of euphoria, but then we have to move to an altogether new level of
explanation, which the proponents of the pharmacological theory of the escalation are
unwilling to do.
The social theory of the progressive drug use underplays the pharmacological
characteristics of the two drugs. It is not so much that getting high pushes the drug user
from marijuana to heroin, as Henry Brill claims: "... the association is not a direct
pharmacological association, which means that if you take marijuana ipso facto you
become physically vulnerable to the opiate. It isn't that way."13 Furthermore, "there is
no pharmacological relation between the two drugs in the laboratory, but it is far from
certain that there is no association in the street."14 Rather, it is that a specific social
group defines both as acceptable and pleasurable, offering opportunities for members to
use both. As the New York State Narcotics Control Commission data show, it is entirely
possible that in slum and ghetto milieu, marijuana use leads to, or, in a very broad sense,
potentiates, heroin use. But it is not marijuana, specifically, that provides the impelling
force. Marijuana and heroin use in the slum are mutual components in a subculture.
Marijuana is experienced sooner in the encounter with this subculture; it is on the
periphery of this quasi-criminal subculture. Yet the involvement with marijuana is
obviously a matter of degree. Taking a few puffs of a marijuana cigarette during a school
lunch period may not implicate one in any heroin-linked activities or associations. But
daily use has a far higher chance of doing just that. In the ghetto milieu, progressive
involvement with marijuana is likely to precipitate encounters with heroin users. The more
that one uses marijuana in the lower-class slum, the greater is the likelihood that one will
later use heroin; the two exist in the same subcultural context. Interactions, friendships,
associations, which are carried out as a result of marijuana use are likely to precipitate
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heroin-using involvements, particularly if they are frequent and intimate. In this sense, and
in this sense only, marijuana use leads to heroin use.
One subcase of this line of reasoning is the "supplier" theory of drug progression. By
smoking marijuana, one is to some degree forced to interact with the criminal underworld.
The seller of marijuana is also invariably a narco
nt connected cola, It would be great in ""Arena"" style grows for the
rows that need short style plants, or any grow where height is a factor. Also ""Magic Crystal"" (WWxCalO) from
Ingmar is a great strain also, the odor is unmistakably ""Orange"" at 4 weeks 12/12, and the flowers are twice
as fat in diameter as any of the 5 strains in the grow, Ingmar must select against skinny colas, because the
""Ingmars Punch""(WWxSkunk) was the same really fat colas, I guess 17 years can lead to really fine
attributes in strains, that’s a lot of time to grow out lots of generations, and do lots of selecting and
backcrossing.” – Budm"
"“About the Peak 19s, they were great the F1s have 3 types one that sticks to the Stonehedge sativa
phenotype, however in this strain its not tall, lanky, and skimpy, it reaches about 3.5', has tight dense colas
that are frostier then many indicas. The next expression sticks to the Matanuska Tundra phenotype, very
short and stocky, at maturity, after stretching the gal was just 18"", and she was flowered at 15"", very sweet
and stony smoke, Then there is a homogenized phenotype, that is between the two, like Tony at Sag says,
""its like getting three strains in one pack"" Now the F2s my friend made are turning out as good or better then
the F1s, the male used in the pollination, was very impressive, nodes were under one inch, he was very
stocky, lush, and stinky at maturity, he pollinated one Stonehedge type gal, and one Mat T type gal.
My friend harvested his first Peak 19 F2, and its every bit as good as its mom, maybe even tastier, and its
taste is great with out curing, it will be real nice when cured. So far two out of three F2s, are the taller
Stonehedge type, they have a great up ""wake and bake"" soaring high, and one is shorter, and will prolly be
more Indica like, from the Mat T parent.” -Budm"
"“M45 Indica type, strong, bushy plants. Very suitable for outdoor growing in northern climates. Cold and mold
resistant. Success guaranteed. Early flowering. Yields vary from 500-1000 grams per plant. Some variation.
Harvest second week of September. Very good for indoor plantlet growing as well. The smoke is very strong.""
- S.S.S.C. catalog 1987-88"
"“This hybrid is a great indoor plant. She produces powerful, resinous and very compact buds. The dense,
sweet aroma speaks for itself. One of world’s best stuff for heavy smokers. It is breathtaking and gets you
stoned to the bone.
“I harvested the SS in early October. 4 plants, each with a 1oz. cola (big and fat) and about 1/2 oz of lesser
buds. This weed is probably about as potent as Northern lights, although the high is really physical. Smell and
taste are very lemony, fruity. Nice, smooth powerful weed. I'm quite happy with it actually, even though I
keep trying to tell myself its not as good as the NL#9 I grew with it, every time I light a j of SS, I'm surprised
at the potency.” – KGB"
"“It is a very good cross for its potency. Yep, the high i
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