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Tuesday, 8 January 2008

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The new super-eco-friendly skunk variant

National Poisons Unit, Aldermaston - (Ludicrous Mess): A new strain of eco-friendly weed variant of super-strength quick-grow skunk cannabis has been found to have drastically lower CO2 emissions compared to average cannabis sativa products according to a Greenhouse Gases report published today.

Researchers, who studied the new skunk crop for over 300 consecutive evenings in 2007 also found that skunkgrass-derived ethanol by-products - basically a THC-rich form of 90% proof alcohol - produced 540% more toxicity than was required to manufacture a single spliff.

Using a 0.4 hectares plot located in a secret East Sussex location believed to be the back garden of No 25, Acacia Avenue, East Grinstead - the new variant skunk grassland could, on a good day, deliver 5000 barrels of biocanabinol the researchers found.

The report's findings are published in the NPU's Proceedings of the National Academy of Skunk Sciences.

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