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This Should Be Standard Practice

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by Pre98BKcannabislove, May 28, 2013.

  1. #1 Pre98BKcannabislove, May 28, 2013
    Last edited by a moderator: May 30, 2013
    First of all, respect to all the growers who grow medical quality pot and who don't have their cards. There are lots out there but if you know someone who do have their card, consider getting your cannabis profiled through them. There is a testing group present in 5 states that does it for 50$.

    This is important because
    <span style="background-color:rgb(253,252,248);color:rgb(5,5,4);"> even if you only enjoy cannabis recreationally,  this would let you know what you're really looking for in a weed. 
    <span style="background-color:rgb(253,252,248);color:rgb(5,5,4);"> (For instance, high thc doesn't always equal more relaxation; if it's not balanced properly with cbd it can increase your anxiety and cause uncomfortable paranoia.) </span></span>
     
    Besides, don't all of us use this medicinally a some point or another? Being able to specify specific strains with more or less cbd, thc, thc-v, etc.to treat different conditions would really increase it's medical value. Than people could actually treat conditions effectively by being informed of what their pot contains.
     
    Because the fact it, there are far too many strains out there bred for three things- high thc and high yield with superficial qualities and still lauded as "the dank" and given to medical patients. For people with serious conditions, having the right cannabis makes or breaks treatment.

    Just a thought, but honestly I feel like this should be standard practice for every grower.

     

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