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The diluents in marijuana – how to identify them and what their risks are.

This text describes the most common impurities and diluents in marijuana, explains how to recognize them, and what risks they pose. Breeders love to remove the very THC-rich resin layer by sieving. This dusty layer of pollen is then hidden and can be sold again on the black market as a visually high quality and […]

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What is Medical Cannabis?

Cannabis is also called medical cannabis or medical marijuana if it is used to treat or relieve complaints, symptoms, or diseases, rather than for pleasure. In this sense, any cannabis strain that contains an effective amount of active cannabionoids can be considered medicinal cannabis when used for this purpose. The history of the use of […]

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What is marijuana?

Marijuana refers to the small dried flowers and leaves of the female cannabis plant next to the flower. The “resin” of the plant is found on the glandular hairs of these flowers. High concentrations of THC, CBD and other cannabinoids can also be found here. Depending on the quality, growing method, origin and degree of […]

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A few interesting facts about cannabis.

• Marijuana is stronger today. During the famous Woodstock Festival in 1969, marijuana contained about one percent THC. However, when hemp plants were crossed, the THC content increased. Today it is about 15 percent or more. As a result, cannabis is no longer the “harmless hippie drug” it once was. • Cannabis is a prescription […]

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Less known cannabinoids. More than 100 in a row.

As mentioned, cannabis is made up of over 100 cannabinoids. Not all of them are known, but this does not mean that they do not have positive effects. Below is a list of some of these lesser known cannabinoids and their potential effects. Like CBD, CBC is not psychoactive. CBN (cannabinol). CBN is an abbreviation […]