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Sativa Kid

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I have a few half finished CBD crosses and a few seeds to get going in my CBD Strain Quest. And I've grown about 10 CBD plants to finish in the past so I'm in the learning curve part of CBD growing. My garden is half switched to CBD as I have 6 months of THC Stash. So I'm going full CBD learning mode with 5 CBD strains in veg right now. I'm just starting to seed up with CBD Seeds and I have an abundance of great THC Strains to trade. Including the amazing Landrace Thai that is loaded with THCV and is my main medicine and the other strains are for sport, I love breeding.
 

NicolaMcLean

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How exactly do you use this for sports? I assume that you can use this for cbd in order to cope with severe injuries. There is a wonderful article on this topic that I recently read: https://www.sportsgossip.com/4-ways-athletes-can-improve-mental-focus/ which describes this in athletes. Indeed, during the exits of athletes to major matches, they are subjected to quite a lot of stress. Just imagine that thousands of viewers are watching your game and waiting for the perfect result from you. It seems to me that athletes competing at the Olympics or at similar major games clearly have problems with this. Try to put yourself in their place.
 
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Alphatoy

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🤠Try this out​

How to Grow Cannabis or Hemp for CBD​

If you want to grow your own CBD, the most important thing is to start with a high-CBD strain. You can’t force a cannabis plant to produce more CBD than its genes allow, and many if not most popular cannabis strains contain high levels of THC and less than 1% CBD. Genetics is key!

Choose a high-CBD strain of cannabis. Note: if a plant contains more than 0.3% THC it is not considered hemp. If you’re concerned with THC percentages and making sure you’re growing hemp, it’s extremely important to get a strain from a trusted breeder.
Grow mostly like typical cannabis. Here’s a 10-step guide to getting set up and growing your own cannabis. Here are tips for increasing CBD when growing cannabis.
Pay attention to harvest time. For the highest levels of CBD, you should harvest plants at the beginning of the harvest window. Both CBD and THC start to degrade as buds continue to mature. If you harvest buds late there are a few differences. Buds harvested on the later side usually have slightly lower levels of CBD and THC, but higher levels of CBN. As a result, buds harvested later tend to be less psychoactive (due to less THC), and are more likely to make you feel sleepy or have a strong body effect (due to more CBN). Because of the various ways cannabinoids interact with each other, it’s important to experiment with harvesting early vs later to see what works best for you. Just because harvesting early gives the absolute highest level of CBD doesn’t mean the resulting buds will work the best for you. You should experiment with different harvest times because every body reacts differently!
Keep the leaves. CBD is contained not just in the flowers/buds of the plant, but also in the leaves. The CBD concentration is relatively low so the leaves are not suitable to smoke, but the CBD can be extracted by turning the leaves into things like butter, tincture or oil. Note: CBD extractions made from leaves are typically less concentrated/strong than extractions made from the actual flowers/buds.
Extracting CBD. Unlike the leaves, the CBD-rich buds/flowers are often smoked or vaped. However, many people prefer to consume them in some type of edible form. This has a slower onset but the effects tend to be longer-lasting. For the most part, any method that extracts THC will also extract CBD, as they’re both cannabinoids that easily attach to oil. The problem is you can’t easily separate THC and CBD from each other. So if the starting plant matter has no THC, then a simple extraction into butter/oil/tincture will extract the CBD. But if you’re trying to get just CBD from plant matter that has both THC and CBD, well you need equipment for that! This is why it’s so important you start with the right strain. If the plant produces only the cannabinoids you want, you don’t have to do anything but extract and enjoy them. 🧙‍♂️
 

Sativa Kid

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How exactly do you use this for sports? I assume that you can use this for cbd in order to cope with severe injuries. There is a wonderful article on this topic that I recently read: https://www.sportsgossip.com/4-ways-athletes-can-improve-mental-focus/ which describes this in athletes. Indeed, during the exits of athletes to major matches, they are subjected to quite a lot of stress. Just imagine that thousands of viewers are watching your game and waiting for the perfect result from you. It seems to me that athletes competing at the Olympics or at similar major games clearly have problems with this. Try to put yourself in their place.
I have a Sativa Strain that is a Landrace Thai. It is loaded with THCV. It's a very stimulating weed that is an extreme anti inflammatory. I use it for the anti inflammatory properties but it's also a great work out weed. And it increases endurance and mental focus even thouigh you get very high.
 

Kalamont

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Where did you find all the helpful information about growing seeds and combining them to create new strains? Recently I found out THC mints, and I liked them so much. I wanted to try other edibles, but there are so hard to find online. The only way is to make them by yourself. I would like to start growing some cannabis, for having a considerable quantity of it to make edibles like THC mints with different flavors. Maybe my idea will grow in a good business, and I can even make money on it by selling the edibles.
 
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