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Discussion in 'Cannabis' started by forty1, Dec 3, 2005.

  1. forty1

    forty1 Newbie

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    Feb 19, 2005
    Here's a newbie question: What's the difference between nugs that are headie and nugs that are beasters?
  2. Pinkavvy

    Pinkavvy Platinum Member & Advisor

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    Jul 3, 2004
    from U.S.A.
    It's regional slang to describe differant quality of cannibas. 'beasters' refers to outdoor grown (often from BC canada) good quality buds. (known as chronic in some area, or just plain nugs.) Headiesis a term usually refering to well grown indoor pot, often times "head" or top bigger colas.
  3. bcStoner420

    bcStoner420 Silver Member

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    Jun 2, 2005
    Just thought i would put this in but outdoor buds here (BC) in good quality are actually pretty rare, they must be grown in season (obviously) and by a grower who knows exactly what their doing

    99.5% of thebest quality buds come from indoor growing here.

    Not that its impossible to get top notch buds outdoors, its just much harder and in some cases more risky legally, my opinion on how much good pot we have is due to a high number of growers that know what there doing.Edited by: bcStoner420