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Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by Canadian Bud, Oct 5, 2010.

  1. I read in another post that pot has increased amounts of THC and reduced amounts of CBD. This may seem like a good thing because people generally think that THC is the only thing that gets you high but CBD is really good also. So my question is, with all the new strains that lack CBD, what will happen to the future of weed? Do you think once it's legalized growers will change the ratio that is present?
  2. Are you high:cool:
    License and registration please.....
  3. If any strains lack CBDs thats news to me but if you don't want CBDs just use a vape.
  4. Growers have been changing the cannabinoid profile of plants through breeding since the beggining of agriculture. Thats why we have so many different strains. I think that if certain patients need high cbd than there will be breeders who cater to them since there is money to be made in supplying their medicine. If high cbd strains become rare than the price may skyrocket for those people who want it and that will create a larger market (strain pool) again.

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