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namkha

CBD - Cannabidiol: A Summary of the Research

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some results for an indica var. chinensis 'Chinese' hemp strain grown in Laos --- in the right column, described here as a 'sativa'

the left hand 'indica' column will be a weak local ganja strain (you'd expect a good quality Lao variety to be over 10% up to high teens % THC)

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just re-reading Hillig re. CBDV and it does seem strange that this lab is saying there is CBDV there, but no THCV

this is gas chromatography of a feral Indian plant, from Hillig:

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From what i know there is no standard way of unilaterally measuring the cannabinoids in cannabis we will see exaggerated claims testing either from just pure thrichomes or the buds

HPLC is the most accurate way of measuring whilst Gas chromotography actually vaporises THCA into THC a bit during the process. Real Durban poison's THC content never goes above 8% but the high is very electric maybe to do with THCV but you said it isnt psychoactive.

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hi - yes, THCV is non-psychoactive - see this 2015 paper (which is about it's potential as a treatment for obesity)

Two non-psychoactive cannabinoids reduce intracellular lipid levels and inhibit hepatosteatosis

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168827815000033

how can you know that real Durban Poison is/was never above 8% THC?

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Canshaman Community (they have a facebook page) did a test of three Lebanese plants and got back 4% to 5% levels of CBD, with low levels of THC i.e. 1 point something %...

so those look like three of the Type 3 chemotype plants you would expect to find in a first generation hash plant genepool i.e. high CBD low THC

other growers have found similar plants in the Parvati strain

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Lebanese female outdoors, halfway through flowering now, with nice thick buds.

Preliminary testing indicated CBD 4.2%, THC: 1.8%, CBDV: 0.2%, CBC: 0.1%.

This plant has been pollinated by Cannatonic

Lebanese outdoors

Lebanese outdoors

Lebanese outdoors

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