Sparkly weed?

Discussion in 'Strains and Definitions' started by kpaq, Jul 30, 2009.

  1. kpaq

    kpaq New Member

    So, I've bought two separate bags from different people (could be the same strain) and something very weird is happening... The weed sparks! Even after I'm done roasting it, small sparks still come out of the bowl. I've been smoking for a few years, and the high and taste definitely don't seem laced. Could it just be moist? One of the bag's name was supposedly 'Lemon Drop', could that mean it was sprayed with some sort of juice?

  2. UpInFlames

    UpInFlames Sr. Member

    I don't think the weed had anything to do with it, I think your bowl just wasn't put out.
  3. xM1DN1GHT T0K3R

    xM1DN1GHT T0K3R New Member

    I think that some of the flint from your lighter dropped into it, that would do it
  4. Canta

    Canta Sr. Member

    Within the last two months I've seen weed that was laced, it was very subtle but that would describe it when it burns, it looked like iron filings or magnesium burning slowly in the way that it burned. I found out later that it had been sprayed lightly with some sort of sugar solution, needless to say the suppliers phone number was deleted.
  5. Massimo15

    Massimo15 New Member

    Myabe the trichomes are sparking?
  6. Buds_Of_Steele

    Buds_Of_Steele Your Undisputed Disputer

    It's definitely not this but it was my first thought: the dust that comes off sparklers

    haha im stupid, the only real thing i could thing is that the bud isn't completely dry because when you hold a flame to a living plant at first it makes the flame curve around it a bit and the flame will act weird and spark so thats my explanation
  7. Buzzby

    Buzzby Buddhist Curmudgeon

    Weed that sparks is usually weed from which the chemical fertilizers have not been leached before it's harvested. Growers who know what they're doing stop fertilizing a week before harvest and flush the plants with pure water to remove internal fertilizer residue, which can give the smoke a harsh "chemical" taste.
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  8. IMWylde

    IMWylde New Member

    this is correct and likely the root of your problem.

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