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    Well in addition to cannabis being effective fighting against cancer cell growth, it also assist in the nausea associated with chemotherapy. Often times patients will get too weak to survive because they simply cannot eat. I have several relatives who are in the nursing field, and drug manufacturers(through pharmaceutical representatives) "buy" doctors. Think about it, why would a cancer specialist cut his wages offering an organic treatment, in which was never taught throughout the doctorate program? I think your best bet is to do all the research you can handle on cannabis and cancer cells before making your decision. It sounds like you need to convince yourself a bit more. And best of luck enduring Chemo without cannabis, if you choose to do so. BTW, I am originally from FL. They'd rather flood opiate scripts than other alternatives. Hence why I left there. Doctors are just as bad as street dealers. It's how they pay for the 12 years of college.
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    quantum mechanic

    indica or sativa

    This confirms my experience that the difference between the two is not so cut and dried (yuk yuk). https://slate.com/technology/2019/04/indica-sativa-difference-cannabis-weed-science.html
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    zeebudz

    indica or sativa

    Always thought that specific claims re indica effects vs sativa effect were BS.
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    At one time I helped someone beat leukemia, and he had a very aggressive form. His health rapidly declined in 4 months, and was darn near bed-ridden. He only needed 10grams of RSO, and used that along with his chemo treatment. Bounced back by the time the oil was gone. Hopefully this helps. Good luck, and trust the plant.
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    medmanmike

    I’m back!!!

    Any idea what the PAR or PPFD rating is on this light? I don’t see any ref. to either. I'm running a Fluence SPYDRx PLUS LED, 660 W actual, with an AVERAGE PPFD (photosynthetic photon flux density) rating above 1020 micro mol/s cross the 4x4’ footprint. I added a dimmer which allows adjustment for germination, veg and flowering. They ain’t cheap (my model currently sells for $1,500) but it’s one hell of a light. Rock hard buds too.
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    garyfisher

    I’m back!!!

    Talk to me when you're ready. I'm running a room full of HLG 550's and have setup 2 whole other LED rooms now. The results are phenomenal. HLG has the highest uMol/J in the industry and their lights are very reasonably priced compared to others in the game. You are right. You can achieve too much light because they are so efficient. Sometimes I dial the voltage down if the plants are too tall and can reduce my energy input/output by 50%.
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    Kingdiamond

    I’m back!!!

    I bought 2 of the 1500 watt units so ill be doing a first run journal clone to harvest of how well these panels stand up to my 2x1000 watt hoods on a per plant basis at the moment im getting 104 grams average per plant from Indicas excited to see the end result if its comparable I might just be listing all my ballasts hoods and fluoros on craigslist.
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    The only thing that has ever worked for me is Eagle 20 EW by Dow. I spray it once when the plants are babies. I have not seen powdery mildew since using it the first time years ago.
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