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How Much Thcv

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Usage and Applications' started by TopCross, May 31, 2013.

  1. Hey guys, back a few years I first smoked malawi gold a strain high in thcv the 'clear' high and the fact that it did not creep on you instantly appealed to me, now I've been crossing a strain with the malawi to improve the taste and select for higher levels of thcv, however I was never able to obtain the Afropips seeds instead resorting to a friends malawi cutting from genetics he brought back from his trip which I'm fairly confident has been accidentally crossed.

    Anyways! , seeing as I currently reside in the good old UK and no cannbonoid testing facilities are available would you say smoking and judging the buzz is an accurate way to gauge to gauge thcv levels to select for or are there to many factors to make an educated guess

  2. If you are looking for a "clear" high then smoking for effect would be the only way to tell if your cross worked.
    The THCV percentage would only be a benchmark to allow for duplication and verification of stable genetics.

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