Invite to Season 2, Episode 5 of Ask a Professional! 1

Invite to Season 2, Episode 5 of Ask a Professional! 2
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Welcome to Season 2, Episode 5 of Ask an Expert!Have you ever

questioned for how long weed remains in the system? Ask An Expert! Dr. Markus Roggen will inform you everything about it and more! This week is everything about plant genetics and ensuring you are getting the great things … into your system and out of it.

Invite to Season 2, Episode 5 of Ask a Professional!

Season 2, Ask an Expert Episode 5– You asked and he answered! How

is cannabis grown with no THC (CBD)? Doesn’t every flower produce pollen (a minimum of marijuana flowers)?

These are 2 questions; how do you grow a cannabis plant without any THC or CBD. If the plant reveals THC or CBD depends on genes. Through selective breeding, genetic engineering, and crossbreeding, you can bring the marijuana plant to a generation or hereditary base where they do or do not reveal THC.

Genetic base of Cannabis

The 2nd part of the concern; does every flower produce pollen? No. Pollen is basically the plant equivalent of jizz, so, only the male plant would do that. The cannabis flowers that you smoke are female plants because, well … the male plants are not that enjoyable. There are cannabis plants that are hermaphrodites so they have both male and female sexual organs on the very same plant. They could however these are likewise plants that you don’t desire in your grow. Pollen and cannabis production do not mix. Sorry.

cannabis plant

How do you inspect your cannabis or weed to inform if it’s good when you buy it? Ah! Finally a chemistry question! In all controlled States and countries where marijuana is offered, there are policies for quality control. Marijuana is checked before it is offered but your concern is how do you tell that the marijuana is still great? You have a couple of issues:

Issue 1– The very first problem is that regular marijuana testing causes the damage of the product so you can’t test it and consume it … so like you can’t have your cake and consume it. So you typically put marijuana into a container and a food mill, completely damaging the flower. You turn it into powder, extract it and after that you inject it into a screening instrument. It’s gone. However you wish to inspect it! For that, you need an instrument, one that shoots a laser beam to tell you how much THC is in the flower. This won’t destroy it, just squash it.

Issue 2– You just know the cannabinoid concentration. For terpenes, these approaches are not accurate sufficient and there’s absolutely no chance of looking at the low levels of pesticides that may be of issue. You have to rely on the policy in your jurisdiction, that they test the cannabis properly before you purchase it

developing brain

< img src =""alt ="establishing brain"class="wp-image-110898"srcset=" 500w, 300w"sizes="(max-width: 500px)100vw, 500px"data-recalc-dims="1 "> I am 14 years old. Will smoking weed ONCE destroy my establishing brain?

I am getting tough questions now. The more you consume, the worse it is. The less you take in, the better it is. How about absolutely nothing? If there’s a medical usage, sure. However, you’re 14. I don’t understand anywhere that would be legal for leisure use … please don’t.

effect of weed

The length of time will one hit of weed remain in my system? I have a drug test in 9 days and I am totally tidy. There is no basic or specific guideline. A great standard wants 2 week, cannabis should not be noticeable in the system however there are exceptions. I know of one case where it was 10 months later and they still identified it. So how do you get cannabis out of the system? One tip, marijuana is saved in the fat cells; if you are losing weight, your body will also shed THC from those storages. So if you are trying to get ready for your drug test and reducing weight, you definitely will pop.

Drug test

Curious about something cannabis-related? Have you got a burning concern for Dr. Markus Roggen!.?.!? Tweet your questions utilizing #askanexpert #askdrmarkus to be included! Or … comment them listed below and stay tuned for next week’s episode of Ask A Specialist!

Have a look at last week’s episode here!

Released at Sat, 16 Jan 2021 18:00:00 +0000

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