THC Worms - Fact or Fiction!

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by MightyBuddha, Mar 7, 2007.

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    MightyBuddha

    MightyBuddha Well-Known Member

    Borrowed from another site:

    hc Worms what up....so i was smoking the other day, same as ever day [​IMG] but i found a thc worm in my bud, them fuckers are tight....but do you really think they make u higher? u know what i'm talkin bout, the little neon colored slug things, that are in weed sometime.

    WHAT ??? [​IMG]

    ummm neon colored worms? in ur weed? dude wtf.... where can i get some of the weed ur smoking? i want to see some neon worms.

    if theres worms in your bud, i suggest you get a new dealer

    lol @ this thread

    Originally Posted by Norvy1 [​IMG]
    As far as I know THC worms are real and do in fact exist. I have found numerous worms in the bud that I smoke. They are neon orange colored, and are plump with THC. I was surprised to see so many not know that they existed. When I find them I will cut them open and kinda spread the insides around. They are full of THC. If you ever find one try to feel the inside....It is straight THC, Sticky and gooey.



    wtf man, no worm tokie tokie for me



    As far as my time here is concerned, I've never seen anything about "thc worms." I think someone may just have bugs and is trying to pull one over on you. Finding out the real name of these worms would help.

    Bought some stuff a long time back that had what I thought was catapillars, might have been worms [​IMG] . But anyway, that shit was gross!! Half of them were still alive and crawling around the batch.

    The stuff was cheap, only payed about 300 for 5 lbs or so.

    ate one if you were interested on how the taste... They taste like SHIT.
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    MightyBuddha

    MightyBuddha Well-Known Member

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    MightyBuddha

    MightyBuddha Well-Known Member

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Norvy1 [​IMG]
    As far as I know THC worms are real and do in fact exist. I have found numerous worms in the bud that I smoke. They are neon orange colored, and are plump with THC. I was surprised to see so many not know that they existed. When I find them I will cut them open and kinda spread the insides around. They are full of THC. If you ever find one try to feel the inside....It is straight THC, Sticky and gooey.

    ARE YOU SERIOUS!? I have never heard of this shit, and i don't care if it is straight up THC i wouldn't smoke one.. But yea find one and take a pic for us and cut it open that'd be kool..

    Smoke your worms y'all but i'm good with just the bud [​IMG]
    -David

    EDIT: Here's some quicky info i found..
    First a thread regarding this :THC Worms? - 420 Lounge
    Second an article from high times: THC WORM?
    There’s been talk around our town about a “THC worm.” Is there such a thing?
    3timesaday

    Dear 3times,
    They might be talking about corn earworms. They’re usually green with stripes. They’ve taken a real liking to cannabis. Corn earworms and other caterpillars burrow into buds, usually near the top. They consume plant juices by chewing the main stem and also eat foliage. Identify damage from caterpillars by the abundance of droppings they leave at and near wounds. The droppings accumulate in between buds. Droppings fall out when the buds are hung to dry. Look below and you’ll see lots of little poops.
    From 1/2-inch to 4 inches long, caterpillars and loopers are cylindrical, with feet; they’re often green but can be virtually any color from white to black. While caterpillars have sets of feet the entire length of their bodies, loopers have two sets of feet at either end of their bodies.
    This is generally a concern for outdoor crops, though it’s becoming more of a problem indoors. Check for caterpillars by spraying a plant with pyrethrum aerosol and shaking the leaves a couple of minutes later. The quick knockout effect of the spray causes caterpillars to fall from the shaken plant.

    Finaly another thread: YaHooka Forums - Worms In my bud?WTF!
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    MightyBuddha

    MightyBuddha Well-Known Member

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Norvy1 [​IMG]
    As far as I know THC worms are real and do in fact exist. I have found numerous worms in the bud that I smoke. They are neon orange colored, and are plump with THC. I was surprised to see so many not know that they existed. When I find them I will cut them open and kinda spread the insides around. They are full of THC. If you ever find one try to feel the inside....It is straight THC, Sticky and gooey.

    ^^^^^^
    agreed worms are defintaly real. I love the pop sound they make when you smoke them.
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    MightyBuddha

    MightyBuddha Well-Known Member

    Here is the article
    Sorry for replying to an old thread but I found it while trying to find what kind of worms I have. I think it is the same worm as the original poster. I picked some ditchweed yesterday, it has crystals on it so it looks smokeable. The buds and stems have worms in them. The little worms are white, but the bigger ones are pink. A friend told me it is a THC Worm, he said as the worm eats the bud, it stores the thc in its body, and will get you very high if you smoke it.

    It looks like the "Rose stem sawfly" on this page:

    I'm not sure if that's it because I can only find pictures of white ones, no pink.
    The reason I'm concerned is that I have 5 good bud plants growing about 20 feet away from these plants, and I'm sure they are worm infested too.
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    loveisallyouneed

    loveisallyouneed Well-Known Member

    Maybe there is worms that attack cannabis. This probably means they consume and have large amounts of THC in their bloodstream (I'm not a bug expert, maybe bloodstream isn't the right word.) but this sure as hell doesn't mean im gonna smoke a worm to get high. Some interesting info though.
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    purplegorillas

    purplegorillas Active Member

    I prefer my weed worm free even if they did make you trip balls that is what mush is for
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk POW Staff Member

    grow outdoors and find out first hand how real they are.

    we call them night moths. they fly in at night and lay eggs in the tightest bud clusters. i assume they do this for protection. if you inspect closely in the mornings you can find newly laid eggs.
    once the egg hatches the tiny caterpillar starts to burrow into the center stalk. the eggs are pin head sized so the newly hatched caterpillar can't be much bigger.
    i usually spot an area by seeing 1 dead fan leaf on the bud. follow the dead leaf and there it is. only thing by this time it is at least 1/2" inch long and has desroyed the bud by eating the stalk and pooping every where.
    then any moisture causes rot to set in.
    i use ladybugs, pirate bugs and praying mantis to combat them. they usually appear in the fall. about the time of bud ripeness.
    as far as smoking them. HELL NO!! i pop them and feed them to the fish!!
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    green_nobody

    green_nobody Well-Known Member

    moths normally go only for a small number of specific plants and leaf the rest alone, never had trouble with them when growing outdoors... and if yiu find one, well have some mezcal:D *disgusting but cool*
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    GraF

    GraF Well-Known Member

    Ive found numerous ditch weed crops and they ALWAYS have those fuckin thinks in them, kinda nasty if you think about it.... smoking worms? :shock:
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    fdd2blk

    fdd2blk POW Staff Member

    moths lay eggs that turn into caterpillars. caterpillars LOVE marijuana. i think because of the rich food supply and the tight nuggies offer them excellent protection from birds.

    funny bird story:

    i was standing outside one day and this little bird landed on the fence next to me. i said "hello little birdy" he looked at me and smiled and said "chirp, chirp". i thought aaaww how cute just as he flew up swooped down and plucked one of the lady bugs, i had just released, right off the top of one of my plants.

    that little mother...............................
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    battosai

    battosai Well-Known Member

    no i didnt keif the nuggets.. there was uhh thc worms and they ate the trichromes yea thats what i'll say
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    KushKing949

    KushKing949 New Member

    if there are "thc worms" i highly doubt it but y cant u just pick a fresh bud a smoke it and get high? you wont...so y do u think we dry and cure our bud so the CBNS or whatever convert to thc.... so no smokin a thc worm will not get u higher that is just ridiculous and plain stupid.
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    SrPhatness

    SrPhatness Member

    A friend gave me a sample of a clone that was planted on a hillside, not maintained, and pollinated . It was full of seeds but still very sticky. A large bud only produced one bowl and this worm.
    [​IMG]

    And then he went here. bongsmilie

    [​IMG]

    And then I got BAKED!!!! I mean nothing special like a trip or anything like that. But very exceptional for some field weed. :weed:
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    wyteboy

    wyteboy Active Member

    hey is this the thc worm? i found this fucker in like a cocoon yesterday when i went and checkd my plants a lot of my leaves were eatin i knew i shud take a pic haha then i c this thread this thing fat and lookd juicy ha [​IMG]
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    wyteboy

    wyteboy Active Member

    i wish i knew i cud smoke him i didnt think bout im bn filld with thc FUCK!!
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    Gutter

    Gutter Well-Known Member

    You shoulda let it become a butterfly :wall:
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    TogTokes

    TogTokes Active Member

    I want moar pics... Disect one.
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    potpimp

    potpimp Sector 5 Moderator

    I've killed caterpillars on my bud before and I've found bud worms in my bud. They really screw up a nice bud too. I don't just kill them; I torture the little bastards and listen for their little screams.
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    dukeanthony

    dukeanthony New Member

    I seen a whole bunch of Neon Beetles on the Wild weed

    Yes they were Neon colored reds blues and green stripes

    And I never seen them no place else

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