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How Do You Test THC For Real!

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by B Pin, Aug 20, 2008.

  1. I'm a great grower now and have alot of ideas about weed but one thing i would really like to know is how to properly test thc and other great things in cannabis. I want to start a grow co. and to run a company that gets better with time i will need to know how to test thc. HELP!!!!
  2. Most people call those companies, dealers.
  3. smoke it.
  4. Greetings,

    THC content testing is almost exclusively outsourced to a chemical analytical firm. It takes academic chemistry expertise and equipment to preform these tasks reliably. One of the more popular and reputable company is Hedron Analytical Inc.

    Best of luck to you
  5. #6 Sam_Spade, Aug 21, 2008
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  6. Yep...
  7. Do you even know what isomerization is? Why would you do that to budder, there is no reason to do that.
  8. Don't quote me on this because I have no experience with this specific subject(but lots of chemistry experience) but I believe that most of the cannabinoids in weed are isomers of THC. Changing their make-up would increase the potency.

    Just speculation.
  9. Yes. That's why I used that word. I make a point of not using words when I don't know what they mean.

    That's my second-hand understanding of it as well.

    Here is a little more info:
  10. Holy shit i've been looking for something like that for a long time. Seems fairly complicated though.
  11. :DGood one so if I smoke some green my brain can automatically detect the exact percentage of thc I'm inhaling.
  12. Yours can't?
  13. Yes, it also required chemicals that in most places cannot be bought OTC. Many of those distilled chemicals and acids are controlled, like pharmaceuticals.
  14. You could probably get a ruff estimate by using a vaporizer to smoke a certain amount having weighed it before the smoke. Afterwards you measure the mass.
  15. That's assuming that ONLY Delta(9)-tetrahydrocannabinol is being vaporized.

    I for one, don't know that to be true. I'm sure although a smaller margin of material is being vaporized, it's not a single chemical. Water vaporizes at a temperature much lower than that required for THC vaporization too.

  16. For little or no cost at all I will test the THC levels for you...

    no cost at all...:smoke:
  17. I'm afraid I have lost that great ability to tell how much thc is in the bud after smoking way to much weed these past couple years. :smoking::D:hello:

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