Video Rating: four / 5
At 1:20 “Testing labs springing up across the country” the graphic shows
Harborside lab in northern Nunavut, Canada lmao the graphic artist had some
THC in his system.
Reactions explains the chemistry of marijuana’s high, and shows how
scientists are ensuring weed won’t send users on a bad trip.
I dont want mites on my nuggs !
I smoke weed and nobody knows about it , life’s hard and weed makes it a
little easier ;)
In the latest video from ACS’s +Reactions, explore Cannabis Chemistry–the
science behind marijuana’s high and what scientists are doing to ensure its
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Im a 20+yr smoker who used to smoke whtever, but now for around 8yrs I only
smoke proven lab tested mmj frm my dispensary. Its the correct way for
complete health and safety.
How come this shows that it was published on Apr 22, 2014? It’s still the
It’s not just about THC content. CBD’s also play a large role in the
potency of the cannabis. The THC levels can be low on some strains but
still be more potent than a strain with a higher THC level due to the
levels of CBD.
I really don’t mind people smoking marijuana, I just hate people boasting
about it, it’s like alcohol, your escaping your life because it sucks
and/or your just not fun enough when your sober or not High. “Smoke it
don’t Gloat it” -Chris
So what happens to weed over time (oxidation, light and temperature)? Why
is oil a better solvent than water? There is so much more chemistry to weed
than THC. Also mould isn’t just bad, the right degree of decay is essential
for a good smoke.
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Ugh stupid phone
Look let make it easy. Its bad. And don’t do it or anything involved with
it. Just avoid it 100% and world will be easy again :3
Effects of Cannabis depend largely on the species of plant, of which there
are 3, and the infinite number of varieties caused by selective and natural
These varieties of strains, different potency of psychoactive chemicals,
and ratios of at least 85 cannabinoids including THC, and which of 2
cannabinoid receptors they interact with and how they interact with is what
causes different physiological and psychology effects and amount of “loopy”
if at all.
Loved the show so far, particularly the one about caffeine, but this one is
simplistic to the point of inaccuracy.
As to my qualifications of saying this, I am a history student who
specializes in the history of psychoactive substances and
psychopharmacology and have over 10 years of academic research into the
historic use of psychoactive substances.
Can anyone enlighten me with some equations, like the full chemical
Something like this.
C21H30O2 + O2 -> product
Burning of weed does produce carbon monoxide right, incomplete burning is
what causes the soot. And the user inhales that as well, which is not
Cannabis Chemistry – Reactions
Doesn’t thc cause memory loss so says sci show
Dude….. That guy’s brain is sideways.
Smoke up ;-)
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