Marijuana Chemistry: Genetics, Processing & Potency

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Ronin Pub., 1990 - Medical - 199 pages
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Describes the psychoactive constituents of cannabis and the effects on potency of growth conditions, genetics, harvesting techniques, and processing. Includes variations in THC and CBD content, species differentiation, seeds, grafting, cloning, bonsai marijuana, growing techniques, extraction of THC, preparation of hashish and hash oil, smoking vs eating, testing for THC and CBD, as well as legal concerns. Illustrated.

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Michael Starks is an associate of the program in comparative media law and policy at Oxford University. He is the former manager of the UK Digital TV Project and has directed much of the BBC's work on digital television.

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