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  2. I just tried a medical quality edible from Mota. the gummies were 20mg thc each. I only ate half of one of the berries. was the best high ive had. not overwhelming at all. and didn't fog my head up. I cant even smoke the smallest amount these days cause it gets me so uncomfortably head stoned.

  3. Bottom line… Not your body; not your business.
    Regulations dictating potency is absolutely stupid. Anyone who would purpose such a thing has no idea what they are talking about…. now listing the levels of THC IS reasonable but still unnecessary. A label is going to be helpful for someone who is totally ignorant of drugs and anybody who is ignorant of drugs should not be taking them.

  4. Marijuana contains 421 chemicals but the main mind altering chemical that it contains is delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol or THC. Despite some its positive properties, its potency cannot be regulated or assessed as well as other medicinal drugs. As pointed out in the video, quality control facilities need to be enhanced before marijuana can even be fathomed as a safely usable medicinal drug. Higher the potency of marijuana the more addictive it is in nature. An actuality that the video doesnt point out is that the chronic consumption of marijuana has found to have a strong association with an increased rate of anxiety, depression and schizophrenia. High doses of marijuana can even result in an acute psychotic reaction. Therefore much more research needs to be done before its usage can truly be deemed safe.

  5. I think a little weed is not that bad. It makes you forget stuff but on the otherside it can give you creativity. As a student getting high motivated me to study alot somehow. But don't let it change you as a person or make decisions based on it in any way or you will throw your life away

  6. I'm skeptical. Isn't THC-A just the inactive form of THC? You mentioned that when potency is inspected by gas chromatography that the THC-A breaks down and leads to an overestimate of potency. However, doesn't all THC-A get converted to THC when the weed is smoked/decarboxylized for use? I'm not necessarily saying this is wrong, but that it doesn't make sense, initially, to me.

  7. Is bergamot automatically branded a drug because it is psychoactive? The answer is no. Current drug policy creates the automatic assumption that the cannabis PLANT is only used as a drug. Government policy is very unjust when it comes to this plant, even unconstitutional, the way that it is listed under the CSA does not make literary or scientific sense. The plant is not a drug unless consumed, nor is it a substance, It contains substances. You calling it a drug and keeping that separate from your explanation about THC, just makes you sound scientifically biased and unintelligent.

  8. Reactions. You are so knowledgeable. Perhaps you can post a video that explains why even with marijuanas extreme popularity throughout the ages it has only just recently started to be studied by these all knowing and oh so credible scientists that you like to refer to? I for one have very little to absolutely zero faith in these studies. Not that the since isn't true but rather that sometimes some of the facts of the findings are either withheld or even manipulated to line up with certain agendas. I know I know conspiracy stuff right? You can sometimes be a spreader of disinformation and not even be aware. Especially so when you feel that you are already just so darn smart! Birds can repeat scientific "fact" too.

  9. To whoever reads this,
    I hope you have a wonderful day and no matter what stay happy as that is what matters in life,
    You are truly amazing and no one can ever take that away from you,
    Be happy and enjoy life,
    We don't have long on earth so make the most of it,
    Have a wonderful day, Cheers, from dog in a rain coat!

  10. Here's what you need to know & let everyone else know… marijuana/marihuana/pot/weed/dope/all other derogatory terms are propagated with intent to mislead.  One simple (yet wholly complex) plant & its called "CANNABIS" for the official record.  A fatal overdose of Cannabis unheard of.  This plant was always a backyard/farmer's field variety dietary supplement & industrial staple… and was NEVER considered a 'threat' to anyone.. in FACT, it was highly regarded as a one-stop-shop for medicinal use as well industrial applications!  It is only a 'threat' to bigpharma's profits, at the expense of ALL OUR health & wellbeing, let alone the environment we are destroying.

    'Newly legalized weed' is such an ass-backward phrase on so many levels.. It is NOT a narcotic & IS a dietary preventative medicine, thus has NO BUSINESS being 'controlled as such', thus no controlling legalizations required.

    The ONLY THREAT Cannabis poses is to the wanton greed of bigpharma & moronic buffoons trying to control the world's free gift from non-other than Mother Nature herself… free-for-all in fact, as it has been since humans crawled out from the rivers! Smoking Cannabis is one of the least effective medical forms of intake, though certainly provides quick relief when taken, btw.. Edibles, all extracts (which, btw, has JUST BEEN APPROVED here in Canada today), vaping, are all additional & effective methods of intake.

  11. Can anyone enlighten me with some equations, like the full chemical equation.

    Something like this.
    C21H30O2 + O2 > product

    Burning of weed does produce carbon monoxide right, incomplete burning is what causes the soot. And the user inhales that as well, which is not really safe.

  12. So what happens to weed over time (oxidation, light and temperature)? Why is oil a better solvent than water? There is so much more chemistry to weed than THC. Also mould isn't just bad, the right degree of decay is essential for a good smoke.

  13. It's not just about THC content. CBD's also play a large role in the potency of the cannabis. The THC levels can be low on some strains but still be more potent than a strain with a higher THC level due to the levels of CBD.

  14. It's not just about THC content. CBD's also play a large role in the potency of the cannabis. The THC levels can be low on some strains but still be more potent than a strain with a higher THC level due to the levels of CBD.

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