Hello grasscity. Starting today, I'll be conducting an experiment. I have two venus flytraps that I've just purchased, and I've learned how to properly care for them. Now, one I am going to feed just crickets and distilled water. This will be the control test. The second flytrap will be fed crickets, but with an added variable. These crickets will actually be buttered, with cannabutter. It will also recieve distilled water. Now it is in a sense cannibalism, seeing as they are both plants. But this is an experiment to see how the plant grows in comparison to the normal plant. The plants are kept humid in a pot with a plastic dome over it. They sit on my windowsill where they got partial sunlight throughout the day. Right now, it is the time of day and they are recieving direct sunlight. The plants are healthy so far, but the cannabutter is cooling in the fridge right now. Tomorrow I'll set it out to solidify, and get some crickets buttered. I will be using a normal plastic butter knife to butter the crickets. The crickets are not adult, they are small seeing as my plant is still relatively young. The traps cannot fully close around a large adult cricket. Each will be misted with water once a day to stay humid. As far as I am concerned, the plant does not get high. It does not have a brain or nervous system, so the only impact the THC will have on the plant is its growth. I've prepared a ruler so that I can measure each plant with each week that passes. Do you have a suggestion for experiment? Have a prediction of the experiment's outcome? Write a comment and contribute to the discussion.