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Many Forms Of Medical Marijuana Don't Produce A High


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http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/05/31/AR2010053103231.html

 

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"I have no idea what he's talking about," said the auto mechanic who was in the chair a few minutes earlier, seeking relief for a broken vertebra and a bum knee. "Every once in a while he says something comprehensible."

 

But now, with no appointment and no right arm, someone was way ahead of him. "The last time we talked you said you had a source for the high-CBD material down by San Diego," the one-armed man began. He was dressed like a workingman but used the chemists' shorthand for cannabidiol, the most promising healing molecule, yet in most of the marijuana bought and sold these days, also the most elusive. CBD tends to show up least in plant strains that are richest in THC, the molecule that produces marijuana's high.

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Hmmmm, I tried to pm this to you but it says you cant take any new pm's... saw your post earlier about high cbd plants. Someone mentioned in the forums that if you wanted high cbd and low thc to just grow hemp. What would you think about trying to cross some medical grade marijuana w a high cbd hemp plant? Is something like that possible? Maybe the outcome would be a high cbd, medium or low thc plant. Maybe cbd extracted from hemp would make for some good oil as from what I read and understand hemp is so rich w cbd. Just a thought, whats your take?

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Hmmmm, I tried to pm this to you but it says you cant take any new pm's... saw your post earlier about high cbd plants. Someone mentioned in the forums that if you wanted high cbd and low thc to just grow hemp. What would you think about trying to cross some medical grade marijuana w a high cbd hemp plant? Is something like that possible? Maybe the outcome would be a high cbd, medium or low thc plant. Maybe cbd extracted from hemp would make for some good oil as from what I read and understand hemp is so rich w cbd. Just a thought, whats your take?

 

Thoughts? We're way past that stage.

 

We've done the breading, tested the results and located plants that already have the high CBD content.

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You can find them in seed banks look for ruderalis in their breeding histories .

 

That's what I thought also. So I grew some strains that had ruderalis in them.

 

Then tested the result. Very little CBD. There was other interesting stuff. Like THCV.

 

I tried to look for meds that caused the creeper effect. Hit and miss .. and in the end, without lab testing, I still didn't know.

 

The only way to confirm is by lab testing of a single plant. If you have a clone of THAT plant, then you have CBD.

 

Otherwise its all guessing.

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Omrita RX3 clones with high CBD/THC rations were distributed in California in October. Hopefully they'll make their way here...

 

z

 

There is already high CBD content clones in Michigan now.

 

1.3 G

Blue Cough

 

Both produce more CBD than THC.

 

They are only available free of charge. Then they are only available if you commit to giving them away free of charge.

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There is already high CBD content clones in Michigan now.

 

1.3 G

Blue Cough

 

Both produce more CBD than THC.

 

They are only available free of charge. Then they are only available if you commit to giving them away free of charge.

 

One thing I've learned is that one cannot - for now - rely on just a strain name when it comes to presuming THC/CBD ratios. For example, I see one Blue Cough tested at Herbal Elements - presumably by you (unless another Peanut Butter tested it!) - with 16% THC and only .7% CBD+CBN. Then there is a Blue Cough at Micannalytics with very high CBD/THC (but it says expired and no date of submission.) Different strains? Or variability within a single strain? Or test-related variations and/or inaccuracies?

 

Cannatonic X is likewise extremely variable in test results.

 

Haven't heard much about 1.3G.

 

But besides test results, I'm really interested in folks' experiences with the presumably high CBD strains, especially ones that have minimal psychoactive properties.

 

z

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One thing I've learned is that one cannot - for now - rely on just a strain name when it comes to presuming THC/CBD ratios. For example, I see one Blue Cough tested at Herbal Elements - presumably by you (unless another Peanut Butter tested it!) - with 16% THC and only .7% CBD+CBN. Then there is a Blue Cough at Micannalytics with very high CBD/THC (but it says expired and no date of submission.) Different strains? Or variability within a single strain? Or test-related variations and/or inaccuracies?

 

Cannatonic X is likewise extremely variable in test results.

 

 

That's why this is clone only.

 

Strain samples can vary greatly, from plant to plant.

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But besides test results, I'm really interested in folks' experiences with the presumably high CBD strains, especially ones that have minimal psychoactive properties.

 

First one that I tried came from Harborside in CA.

 

 

Tested there at ~9% CBD and 1.2% THC.

Noticed the wake up effect and headache.

 

I needed to mix that one with a THC strain to avoid headache.

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I love this stuff and I can say that when I grew my Purple Jems(ruderalis in them) they killed my Sciatica and arthritis pain better then blue dream,Star Nebula, and some white widow these ones worked good but messed my head up up way more than the purple jems. I wish I could have had them tested. I still have some seeds and will be growing more soon though.

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