No THC the psychoactive substance in marijuana breaks down with exposure to light air and heat.
the choice components of marijuana actually don't become psycoactive until the water molecules have all evaperated. It has to be completely cured and dried. Although, after some time the psycoactive materials do break down and decay like the rest of the plant would in time, naturaLLY. You can avoid this or at least slow it down anyways by properly storing and preserving your marijuana.
Keep your pot in a dry, cool place. Low humidity. You can store it in a container of some sort but you have to let some air at it every now and then to prevent molding. Happy smoking!!!
it kills 650 different pathogens
It can make you look tired, and you may be more apathetic about your appearance, but no, not really.
old age means like the age of the elderly. old age is about 60 or more years old are usually call old age instead of calling long years.
The age of majority. In much of the world and most of the US at age 18 you are an adult. Nebraska and Alabama have the age set at 19 and Mississippi still has the age set at 21.
It doesn't effect balance. How would I know this? I did a science project. I use different age groups and learned it didn't effect balance at ALL. In fact weight has more to do with balance then age. It also has more to do with coordination!
Nope. LSD is active at doses ranging in micrograms. Marijuana is not...
Sperm cells become potent around the age of seventeen and eighteen.
there are not even comparable marijuana is a drug that calms the body and mind where salvia is a hallucinogen
Yes, by the amount of THC.
Marijuana has analgesic, antiemetic, anti-inflammatory, sedative, anticonvulsive, and laxative actions.
The active ingregient is THC.
marijuana ranges from mexican dirt which can take several joints to get high to very potent strains such as nothern lights which can produce the desired effects with only a few hits (1-3)
No, hash oil is much, much more potent than marijuana. Good weed has at least a 10% THC content, and the most potent weed on earth has around a 30% THC content. Hashish has about a 20% to 40% THC content, and hash oil has about a 70% THC content.
Theres more potent strains. Yes, and no. There were the same potent strains that we have now, the classics, like the Widows and whatnot back then as well. However, there are many more cross breeds today. However, there have also been many famous strains from the 60s that no longer exist today because the lineage of the plants was lost. They can try to be recreated through cross breeding, but they can only come so close. Also, the studies that showed that marijuana of the 60s was less potent that today's strain used degraded marijuana that had not been stored properly. The test has been redone with properly stored strains, and it revealed the truth that there has always been average, low THC marijuana (aka mids, regs, etc.), and there has been the more potent top-of-the-line marijuana (aka headies, denk, etc).
The female Marijuana plant contains "bud". A female plant that has not been exposed to pollen (from males most commonly) will devote more of its energy to creating canniboids in the form of a sap-like nectar, which will yield a more potent bud.
It is extremely potent if grown right. Over 20% THC. One of the most potent strains out there. Both of White Russian's parents are outstanding, White widow and ak47. You should get some.