Tuesday, 28 August 2007

What does Soapbar look like and how to identify it?

Some characteristics to look out for:
  • The price is one of the easiest give aways!
  • Colour can vary from Light Brown/Green to a Dark Brown/Black and even vary. depending on where the bar has been cut.
  • Very Hard and very difficult to break until warmed up (microwave/lighter).
  • Very fine to sprinkle like powder when warmed up with lighter although it can vary.
  • Shiney Dark Coating on the outside depending where it has been cut
  • Possible black smoke when burnt/warmed up.
  • Smell is not very strong although you may smell mild herbal depending on strength but could also spmell of diesel due to where it has been stored, smells can vary.
  • Smoking is quite harsh on the throat and not a very clean/herbal taste.
  • The effects can include no stone at all, headaches, sore throat/coughing up flem/chest pains.
Some example photos:




8 comments:

Anonymous said...


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Cultivation of any amount of marijuana is a felony under Health and Safety Code 11358. People who grow for personal use are eligible for diversion under Penal Code 1000 so long as there is no evidence of intent to sell. There are no fixed plant number limits to personal use cultivation..
Sale or distribution to minors is a felony under Health and Safety Code 11361.
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Federal Law: Marijuana is also illegal under the federal Controlled Substances Act. Federal charges are typically brought only in large cases where commercial distribution is suspected (e.g., cultivation of several hundred plants).

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