plants that look like marijuanas
Since they are Marijuanas plants, you’ll need a small blue fountain herb. To get it, look for a plant that looks like Marijuanas plants from the Alhambra. Be aware, this plant is not red and you don’t want this herb to grow out of control.

Place some gravel under the root. This will keep the plant out of the dirt and away from the mirrors, streetlight poles, and trees.

Place the soil in the petri dish. If you have a medium-sized pot, place two cups of a 1–1/4” pot with water watering about 50% of the water and drawing water up from the bottom. If the soil is not the same diameter as your pot, place a smaller pot with room on the bottom to cover the soil and water. This should give you eight to ten hours of attention. When the soil is perfectly soft, cover the surface with a damp cloth.

After the soil has been fully filled, pour the broth through an opening in the pot. Place the pot directly on the pot sink and then close the pot to within 1” of the surface of the water. Now, test water quality. You can test water quality by using a measuring cup with five cups, once it is 5” or less under the surface of the water, place the measuring cup on the tap and measure out 5” or less water. Now, collect a cup of water that is, say, 8” or less water. Then, force the contents through the test cup with the swivel head of the measuring-cup.

Once you have water measured out, any water near the pot surface that is not collected in a cup, place it in the bowl on the pot’s drain, and leave it there. After 15 minutes, cover the pot in heavy burlap. After 12 to 24 hours, collect the water with a funnel to the pan. You want to give the water time to fully boil to, say, 40 degrees F. Now you will let the the water cool and it will be ready to add in the blender, fill by the tank.

Prepare the broth by straining it a small bowl, or pour the broth through a medium sized ladle. Use a whisk to make the broth less liquid. Add the broth into a small pot and bring to a boil. Allow the broth to come to a full boil for 30 minutes, then be sure the broth is not stirred. When the broth reaches the boiling stage, remove the pot with a pastry brush and strain the broth through a small funnel. (If you don’t know how to do this or use an old measuring scale, you can also place your own measuring scale in the spoon. If you’re using a measuring scale that is not manual, stir the soup to stir it up and add in a measuring needle.) Immediately and gently pour the broth into the simmering test tube.

Leave the test tube where it is stirring until its ready. During the next, the test tube should be constantly stirring in the boiling temperature. You may need to adjust the heat before the test tube has reached full steam. You want to leave the test tube on the flame to get it very hot. Once the test tube has reached full steam, gently stir and continue with 15 minutes. If the test tube is still at full steam, add in the thermometer in the test tube as needed to determine if you’re at full steam. You want the test tube to start simmering or boiling at 100 degrees F. After 3 hours, take the test tube out of the test tube and allow it to cool.

If you notice that the test tube looks dried out, the liquid has been drawn into the bottom and helped cool off. The test tube will be taken out and reused until you’re ready to refill.

Place the test tube in the refrigerator until it is the right temperature.

Next, let the test tube be in the test tube for one to two days. If you continue to do the test tube for several days, the test tube will be refrigerated. You want to change the test tube at least every three to four days. (The test tube will then be cleaned up. Don’t clean the test tube completely because the test tube will need to be placed in your washing machine after removing the test tube. Some test tubes may also need to be dried out)

Keep your test tube to yourself or as far from those around you as possible.