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Dr. Quantum seeds

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Dr. Quantum specifications

Read the Dr. Quantum seed specifications in the table below. The values may vary between the different seedbanks where you can buy Dr. Quantum seeds.

Variety Hybrid
THC Level Low
CBD Level Low

About Dr. Quantum seeds

Dr. Quantum is a hybrid strain with low levels of THC. The CBD level of this strain is low. Dr. Quantum is related to Dr. Who and Quantum Kush . Dr. Quantum will grow into a beautiful cannabis plant with a fine return in harvest. It is not hard to grow these Dr. Quantum seeds, you keep an eye on this plant will it grows, the flowering period is pretty average.

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Dr. Quantum reviews

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Keaton K. Melton from Argentina

Nice relaxing high. Can give you a strong head high and pressure behind the eyes; however, you will feel nice and relaxed. I recently bought some and tried it on it’s own and found that it shared some similarities with Sunset Sherbet. Now I grind up both strains and make a cocktail, which I smoke at night and everything slows down and life becomes more peaceful.

Dr. Quantum Marijuana Strain

Dr. Quantum is a predominantly indica cross of Dr. Who and Quantum Kush, and yes it strikes a balance between strength and playfulness. The strain hits fast accompanied by a heady, giggly buzz that is easy on the body. Dr. Quantum incorporates a deep citrus perfume scent with earthy, floral undertones. Make use this marijuana strain to release stress and indulge in the carefree whimsy only pot can distribute.

Dr. Quantum Strain Medicinal Benefits and Side Effects

How to Breed Dr. Quantum Seeds

Below you can find a list of strains that are parents and predecessors which led to the medicinal effects and properties of the Dr. Quantum cannabis strain. It was through the breeding of these strains which led to the production of Dr. Quantum marijuana seeds, while attempting to cultivate their combined effects and therapeutic properties. To breed your own Dr. Quantum seeds, you would need to cultivate a mixture of the following strains:

Dr. Who

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Dr. quantum seeds

Founded Sounds True in 1985 as a multimedia publishing house with a mission to disseminate spiritual wisdom. She hosts a popular weekly podcast called Insights at the Edge, where she has interviewed many of today’s leading teachers. Tami lives with her wife, Julie M. Kramer, and their two spoodles, Rasberry and Bula, in Boulder, Colorado.

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Meet Dr. Quantum

Tami Simon speaks with Dr. Fred Alan Wolf, a physicist, writer, and lecturer who earned his PhD in theoretical physics at UCLA in 1963. He was featured in the groundbreaking film What the Bleep Do We Know!? and wrote the National Book Award-winning Taking the Quantum Leap. At Sounds True, we call Dr. Fred Alan Wolf “Dr. Quantum,” and we have worked with him to create several audio titles, including Dr. Quantum Presents: Do-It-Yourself Time Travel; Dr. Quantum Presents: A User’s Guide to Your Universe; and Dr. Quantum Presents: Meet the Real Creator–You!. Dr. Quantum discusses three life-changing insights from quantum physics, complementary observation, identifying with the mind of God, and recognizing that everything is made of light. (64 minutes)

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Compassion is the magic ingredient that turns our personal “compost” into personal evolution.

Some time ago, I found a strange bloom in the kitchen. It was elegantly twisted, like a dragon at a Chinese New Year celebration. It was frilled, purple, and pungent. This exquisite thing grew out of a chunk of purple cabbage that I’d put under the sink to go out for compost. Instead of fading quietly however, it burst into new life in the dark grotto of my cabinetry. It blossomed into something unexpected, unusual, and fiercely beautiful.

Reflecting on the discovery of this “flower” in the shadows, I’m reminded of, and heartened by, the fertility of dark times. Many people are feeling a collective spiritual darkness now, exhausted and frustrated, maybe also angry and scared. Having compassion for ourselves and others is especially important in times of literal and metaphorical darkness. How can we do this if we already feel overloaded?

Nature is our ultimate model and guide—in the light, in the dark, and in the most surprising and gorgeous ways. Cue the weird, glorious cabbage flower which came to life in the dark. What was being shown there?

There is the clear compost metaphor. Compost is the stuff we reject, the moldy, wilted, too hard, too soft, nasty bits that don’t make it to the table. It’s also the leftovers from delicious things we appreciate and enjoy, silky mango skins, green tea leaves, dark coffee grounds.

It all transforms into a rich sloop that eventually nourishes future plants. Our personal work includes processing our own “dark” sides, the parts we’d like to hide or discard. Self-compassion (and compassion for others) holds both the rejected and respected parts of who we are. Like composting, it isn’t always pretty, but it’s potent. Research shows self-compassion helps us stay present and kindhearted without sinking into absorptive empathy, which can lead to overload and burnout. This meditation is part of the toolkit in the audio course Shining Bright Without Burning Out.

The cycles of the natural world, into which we are interwoven, take time. It’s hard to be patient, to let everything, both scorned and enjoyed, stew in our symbolic personal compost piles. The speed with which that brew changes from nasty to nourishing varies widely with the internal and external conditions. Sometimes all those different elements take a long time to dissolve and break down. Sometimes it turns around faster than we think possible, like time-lapse photography of a log rotting on the forest floor with new green shoots springing to life overnight. Compassion is the magic ingredient that turns our personal “compost” into personal evolution.

The dark supports transformation. Times of literal darkness are needed for regeneration. Roots, seeds, and bulbs prepare. People and animals sleep. Times of symbolic darkness are also helpful. In darkness, transformative processes happen without spectators, often below the level of our conscious awareness. These are periods of catharsis, healing after trauma, cocooning in preparation for the next version of ourselves and our world.

We sometimes feel hopeless and helpless in the dark. Our society avoids sinking into it. Instead, we gravitate towards purveyors of easy “love and light!” spirituality, shying away from the deep, gooey work that happens to the larval versions of ourselves (and those around us) when we’re in the darkness of the cocoon. Self-compassion is most needed when we’re a mess.

The dark is a vital part of the wheel of our days, our years, our lifetimes. We need it to survive and be healthy in the long term. So, let’s embrace it, explore it, and be gentle with ourselves as we confront our fear of it. From this darkness we are nourished to bloom into the light.

@ 2021 Mara Bishop MA

Mara Bishop has over 25 years of experience helping people find spiritual health and well-being. Her Personal Evolution Counseling™ method blends shamanism, psychology, intuition, energy healing, and nature-based practices. She lives in Durham, NC with a beloved family of people, animals, and plants.