It was an early summer day in late June and the sky was dark and the wind was strong.
I had been walking the streets of Dubai with my wife and their five-month-old son, Jumail, when we heard a loud noise in our back yard.
I ran to investigate, but there was nothing but a few scattered plants, some branches and leaves poking up from the ground.
As I peered through the holes, I saw a large, thin, grey patch of hemp.
The leaves were not green.
There was something dark and mouldy clinging to them, but they looked normal to me.
I thought I might have been seeing a ghost.
I quickly called my friend Jumal and we started to grow some hemp.
It wasn’t long before I could start using the hemp oil that was on sale in our local market.
The oil was cheap and plentiful, and we could grow it on our balcony.
But we also had to work out how to harvest the hemp for fuel.
It was a challenge, because we could only harvest it when it was green.
The smell of the hemp was intoxicating and I soon became addicted to the plant.
So, in September, we decided to start growing hemp in the shade of a nearby tree, and I thought we’d enjoy the experience.
It soon became apparent that we were in for a treat.
The cannabis oil we’d harvested was actually an extract from the hemp, so the only way to extract the oil was to cut it down.
We tried the process with two different varieties of the cannabis and found it difficult.
The first time, I cut the hemp in half.
The hemp was very thick and sticky, and the leaves were stuck to the edges of the cut.
The second time, we cut it in two, with one end cut off and the other end cut into two strips, with a strip in the middle.
The cut was very smooth, but the hemp didn’t smell as sweet and it was quite bitter.
It turned out that we’d cut the plant too thin, because the hemp had no buds.
The next day, we used a fork to cut the cut in half and the hemp looked almost like a normal plant.
But as we peeled back the layers of hemp, we found that they were just a thin layer of greenish material.
This was a sign that the hemp extract had turned into oil.
It made sense that the cannabis extract would be extracted as the hemp grew.
But how did the hemp go from seed to oil?
The seeds are usually the first to be harvested when hemp is first planted.
They are about 1 to 2 metres in length, and they are usually brown, with grey hairs.
The seeds have to be cut open with a fork or a knife.
When they are cut open, they usually smell of grass.
They’re not always the most nutritious part of the plant, but when they are, they contain a lot of water, nutrients and enzymes.
So the hemp seed is a very valuable commodity.
The buds are about 0.5 to 1.5 metres long and are very fragrant.
They have a yellow, white and green colour, and their seeds have a distinctive taste, which is a combination of earthy and sour.
When you break them open, you can see the hemp fibre inside.
It has a smooth, tough, tough fibre.
When it has been cut open and the cannabis has been separated from the other parts of the flower, the fibres are very strong and very thick.
The fibres can be removed by using a knife and a spoon.
The rest of the seeds are a thin greenish, powdery substance that is the resin of the flowers.
The resin has a slightly sweet smell and can be used in cooking or for medicinal purposes.
The marijuana plants are usually harvested by drying them out on a flat surface in a dry pan.
After drying, they are then chopped into tiny pieces, about one-fifth of an inch by one-third of an inches, and placed in a container with a little water and a little salt.
The water helps to dry the cannabis, and when it is combined with the salt, the water makes it easier to break down the resin and extract the oils.
Then the dried cannabis is placed in plastic bags and placed into a container of ethanol or petrol, which will be left on the ground for a few days.
The solvent is used to mix the ethanol and petrol.
The alcohol and petrol are then mixed together with water and slowly evaporated.
The mixture is then put in a jar, which contains the cannabis seed and the oil.
This mixture can be kept in a sealed jar for several weeks.
Once the oil is extracted, it is stored in the fridge for several months.
After this, the cannabis is left to sit for several days before it is placed on top of the ethanol or the petrol.
Once this has dried and the solvent has evaporated, it can be mixed with water again. It