Dosing / Frequency

High Value Crops [Exotic Herbs / Medicinal plants]

1 ounce = 600 drops

1 teaspoon = 100 drops [approximately] (98.58 actually)

128 ounces = 1 gallon

Foliar Spray – Application Rate / Frequency:

2 drops Organibliss per ounce of water, applied at least once per week.

Drops per gallon: 256 [ratio: 2 drops per ounce] (128 ounces in a gallon X 2 drops = 256 drops)

    Example: 6 oz spray bottle: 6 ounces water + 12 drops Organibliss

Note: Foliar feeding provides a protective shield on the plants that reduces environmental stresses.

When spraying Organibliss, it should be applied as a fine mist – the finer the better.  Atomizers and foggers are ideal: the plants will breathe the Organibliss in through their pores. The Bliss Mister also produces a nice fine spray.

This is a good example of “less is more.” Plants do not need to be drenched. With the fine mist you will use less product with better results.

Plants should be thoroughly sprayed including the underside of the leaves [that is where pest will climb to.]

Soil – Application Rate / Frequency:

1 ounce Organibliss added to 50 gallons of watering mix once per week. This will build a healthy root system: the secret to healthy, robust plants. Organibliss will wick up through the root system and become systemic [part of the plant – from the inside].

Calculation: 1 ounce per week X 12 weeks = 12 ounces of Organibliss.

Hydroponics – Application Rate / Frequency:

1 teaspoon of Organibliss added to a 50 gallon reservoir the first time.  Then 0.5 teaspoon of Organibliss added to a 50 gallon reservoir every three days.

Calculation: 12 weeks X 7 days = 84 days, divided by 3 = 28 applications [once every 3 days]. 28 divided by 2 [one half of a teaspoon per application] = 14 teaspoons.  14 divided by 6 [there are 6 teaspoon in one ounce] = 2.33 ounces of Organibliss.

Note: you may have noticed the dramatic difference in the amount of Organibliss between soil and Hydro.  The reason for this is that hydroponic systems are continuously oxygenating the water with airstones. This tends to turbocharge the uptake of the nutrients and makes the mixture very rich. When adding natural, organic products like of Organibliss to such a system it is easy to overdo the dosing making it too rich.  In of Organibliss Field Trials we have found that if too much is added it will develop a slime that is not desirable to the plants. Again an example of “less is more.”  Better to err on the side us using too little than too much.


Unlike synthetic products, Organibliss does not need to be flushed. It is made from nothing but natural, organic plant material, and is OMRI Listed [approved for organic use.]  Growers often say that they give their plants a thorough flushing several weeks before harvest to eliminate pesticide residue. The problem is that by then it is too late. If they have been using synthetic pesticides throughout the growing cycle it is now in the fabric of the plant and no amount of flushing will remove it.

In the CNN special Weed 2, they quoted the Journal of Toxicology who wrote that they found levels of Pesticide Residue in medicinal cannabis as high as 69.5%. It is no wonder that patients complain that the love the effect of the medicine but don’t like the fact that it burns their lungs when they smoke it.  It is not the cannabis burning their lungs, it is the heavy metals in the synthetic pesticides used to grow it. That lung burning is eliminated by using Organibliss – it contains no heavy metals, nothing synthetic.

July 16, 2015