Smoking several bowls of lower-potency 'commercial' ganga cannot compare to smoking a little 'high potency' bud, IMO. It would make sense that the amount of lower-quality bud you smoke would make a difference in the overall intensity of the high but I don't find this to be true. For example, smoking a lot of low-quality weed doesn't take me to the place a little bit of sensamilla does. Anyone know what I mean? I would guess that the chemical composition of 'good' marijuana differs from 'okay' marijuana when it comes to cannabinoids, but delta-9-tetrahudrocannabinol is the same no matter where it's found. So when you smoke a lot of 'okay' pot, the level of THC in your blood should get up there to around what it is when you smoke a little good pot. But this just isn't the case. Perhaps the difference in THC is much larger than I imagine it to be when it comes to ditchweed v. sensamilla. Perhaps there is a greater influence of other cannabinoids than what I imagine. Anyone have any input, if I'm even making sense.