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"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

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05:25 min | Last week

"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"But you know there. There's there's vintage strains there's only a tiny growers like that's what we should be listening to and it may just all anecdotal stuff stories but it is rooted in science. These people order culturists. Right i mean an anecdotal evidence. It's still evidence of something you know. It's it's always a starting point. I mean that's how science works like start with experience. And then you ask questions and then and then you start to explore and try to do your best to remove biopsies to get at the best explanation of that experience. That's pretty much what we're doing. And so i don't know if we didn't actually go into this so in the last little bit of time we have here. What did you notice in your data sets regarding the indica. Sativa labels something. We explicitly talked about that so I used microsatellites which are tandem. Repeats of the the base pairs And they're used in a lot of different things to tell things apart the grape industry apples every it's genetic analysis that's widely used. It generally tease apart all kinds of stuff that that is that type or that is not that bore my dataset We didn't see any clear separation of indica and sativa types. But in let's see in which paper was it was my first paper. There was some clustering of indicates entity biz and then overlapping with hybrid. It's just not really clear but we've been messing with this for thousands of years. It's not surprising that there is a clear. Cut it this. Is this type this type. I think there is something there Just did the massive amount of people that subscribe there is a difference I also think you know everybody's kind of you know all the geneticists are trying to figure this out and everybody saying no. There's no difference there. Oh there's no difference there's the species to buy forget. What bird is our. Yes yes go to two different birds. Two different species. They differ by six regions of the dna by just six base pairs. Like they're almost identical. And so i think it could be the case. Where although we're all doing these genetic analyses. We just haven't found tiny little bit that is contributing in a large way to the separation of the indica sativa types Let's just theory. I don't. I don't have the resources to test that but you know that's why i never dismiss this idea and like i said this is a these are hills. I'm going to die on and when we're when we're talking about like you said early on. The colloquial usage of incapacitated is primarily talking about affects. And when you talk about effects then you you have study pharmacology in.

"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

02:53 min | Last week

"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"But maybe the way we use these terms as inconsistent and and so understanding that there's something there but then also or muddying the waters by the way we use some of these terms. Sometimes that kinda helps people relax a little bit. It's like okay. So you're saying that. Like what i'm experiencing is real. There is science behind that you know that there are all these biochemical differences and everything but maybe just way we're using words you know. Maybe a little clunky and like you point out in your research. I think a lot of growers understand that things get mislabeled things you know Whether intentionally or unintentionally sometimes people grow from seed versus cloning and still use the same strain names. And and so yeah. It's it's something that it's it's a constant challenge. I think for us as a science. Educators working in the space to constantly be sensitive to that dynamic in order for us to actually be effective at educating. Yeah and i so i like to use you. Know we've got all these turpentine cannabinoid the may they all feed into the overall effects of the plant. And you know what somebody prefers may not be the same as what another person prefers. So i use this analogy. Basically all cakes have the pretty much ingredients right. And so those are the major turpin the ones that we measure in the major of the ones that we we measure often. But there's all of these other subtle things that go into the cake like you know. So and so might put in nutmeg. Yeah you you get totally different experience But it doesn't mean that You know a chocolate cake is a chocolate cake and a vanilla cake is cake So you can kind of have these broad categories which is kind of how i you know. I think about cannabis. So you know like you might go into a bakery and you don't know anything about cakes. The baker says you like cakes or pies or there's this hybrid or anything that's called cheesecake and you look at them and you smell them and you say i don't like the smell of that high like that. I don't like hot fruit. I know i don't like hot fruit. So that's not for me so let's look at this cheesecake. Ns the cakes will now within the cakes. You got chocolate pig locate strawberry pound cake. You've got You know the very whatever read minded take. You've got all these different types. They're all still cake right. So you kind of say either all sativa but they all have subtle differences and you might not like chocolate cake but you really really like pineapple upside down cake so now you can start to narrow down your choices and so that's also the reason why i don't.

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"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

05:38 min | Last week

"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Constituents that are that are contributing to the difference that people feel between an type. Ns the tv tight. And i know there's tons of scientists out there like it's not being it's not a thing i'm like But all the scientists in india. We can't make just don't know so Anyway that's that's my point of contention with the whole Tepa indicating but i think yes some of these constituents might have a huge impact on us physiologically and we just never look at them absolutely. And you know getting into the the really really messy debate of taxonomy if you're taxonomic that values chemical profiles and you're into taxonomy then absolutely these minor constituents have Implications as well just in how we categorize these mariah cena for instance like my I interviewed Jackie von som- recently whose group found alpha through gene which hadn't really not allows testing for it and it hasn't really been Recognized as a constituent of cannabis even though it sort of presumed to maybe be there but you know based on a lot of the other monitor.

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"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

05:09 min | Last week

"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Because the phenotype the chemo type is part of the fina. Part of the phenotype the physical characteristics. The phenotype is a product of both gino type in environment and because i had bought them from different dispensaries presumably. They were grown under different conditions. Because everybody's got their you know. Perfect formula nutrients in water. Enlighten all that. So it turns out that has a really significant impact on the chemo. type Which was super interesting so then of course you know. I had to test the cannabinoid chirping. So that was the last part of my study and yeah lots of variability. which is you know. I hear people talking about chemo. Vars all the time and that we shouldn't call them strains i absolutely one hundred percent disagree with that and this is the hill. I'm willing to die on because strains You know you can. You can gino type with keith with chemo. Vars there's so much variation there's really no way to identify what the lineage of that plant is if it belongs or if it doesn't because of the huge variability in the expression based on the environment right there was like a standard set of growing conditions which there isn't Then maybe we could figure it out but right now i think strain is a perfectly good word to use in is biological and botanical term. Although people have said that it's not it is so. Yeah i call them strain in. I think everybody is just finding continuing to use that term. Yeah yeah. I think it depends on i. Guess what what botanical crew. Your role with because I know that you like my background. In botany a working with like native plants and stuff Strain was never a part of the taxonomic nomenclature. But i know that some people are totally fine using that. The key thing is can be interesting. Because i'm going to be talking to no has a cam soon. Who originally proposed that concept who And that's something. I want to.

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"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

05:29 min | Last week

"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Doctor anna. toby. My research started with cannabis genetics but it turned into basically a study on the variation in cannabis deter pains and cannabinoid smell profiles in all kinds of stuff by the end of it. So not a geneticist anymore. I'm also a kind of a well rounded scientists. You're listening to the curious about kansas podcast. Everybody's jason wilson with curious about cannabis. Podcast thanks so much for tuning in once again so today i'm really excited to be joining a new canvas scientists friend of mine that i recently connected with dr anna swazi who Who initially was studying canvas planet genetics. And now it's kind of evolved into all sorts of things and we'll get into that but thanks so much for being willing to on the podcast today. Sure i'm so happy to be here. I'm excited to talk about cannabis as always yes sir So anna de mind for those tuning in that aren't familiar with your work One thing. I'll say that's really cool is your phd. Dissertation is on you youtube so one way that people can kind of learn i think broad strokes of some of what you've been doing is checking that out but do you mind giving a little bit of background about I guess how you your academic background and how you specifically began focusing on the cannabis plant. Yes oh my background. Before.

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"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

05:08 min | 6 months ago

"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"It'll expand more on that but our focus is really on subspecies Indika and these high. Thc landrace cannabis varieties. So that's that's pretty much it. And as far as how this relates to the cannabis you're going to get into dispensary as Angus will say in the episode It means very little. All of the cannabis that's in the medical markets and adult use. Markets are all extreme hybrids. And this whole idea of differentiating indica. Sativa and everything. It doesn't even make sense in that context So that's a summary of the context for this once again. The paper that we're talking about is a classification of endangered high. Thc Cannabis domestic gets in their wild relatives by John mcparland and earn a small. I recommend you look back paper up and read it before listening to this episode if possible and also go back and listen to episode three of the curious about canvas podcast. Rican here the first conversation that Angus and I had about landrace cannabis varieties And biodiversity and all that and with that I will lead to the episode so thanks so much for tuning in and as always stay curious. You're listening to Jason. A curious about canvas podcast. Thanks so much for tuning in once again at today. I'm really really stoked. I am joined with one of my early guests and friends that was able to talk to you. At the earned the early days of the podcast angus from the real seat company. Thanks so much for being willing to come back on. We've got some exciting stuff to talk about It's great to be. Yes exciting paper this so yeah looking forward to yes so what? We're going to be talking about today. Relates to our first conversation that we had Which is all about Why first conversation went in a lot of directions but Talking about cannabis taxonomy. So there's a paper that came out just this year By John mcpartlin and earn a small. Both of whom we talked about in our first conversation and specifically this relates to Landrace varieties of cannabis and Talks about the importance of preserving those genetic so This is really come around full circle..

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"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

04:41 min | 8 months ago

"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Time so as a consumer trying to find cannabis products that work best for you. What do you do after you learn that? All of these names whether they be straying names or Indica. Sativa designations are unreliable. My takeaways this stop relying on stray names stop. Relying ON INDICA. Sativa designations and start journaling. Pay attention to the chemical profiles in the organoleptic characteristics of what you consume and keep track of how you respond. You may find that. A single chemical profile affects you differently at different times of the day or in different settings. You may find that the cannabis that your bud tender told you would put you to sleep actually makes your heart race and wake you up. You may find that. A small coke produces very different effects than consuming a larger dose. There are so many variables at play. That will influence. How person will respond to cannabis to dilute all of those variables down into a simplified model of cannabis. Strains Indica Sativa designations is really a fool's errand. There is also the hidden and impossible to quantify variable. The chemistry of the product is only part of the picture in the biochemistry. Own Body Brings. Its table is the other part of that picture. No one can tell you what's going to work for you or how something's going to affect you and there's no sure fire way to predict it comes down to trial and error. If you're looking for a good journal design for this purpose of tracking how cannabis affects you recommend checking out. Gold leafs patient journal. I'll be doing a review on gold leafs journals and other educational materials that I'll be posting on the curious about cannabis youtube channel soon. So let's review what we've learned so far. The cannabis industry uses common. Colloquial vocabulary to talk about cannabis varieties where sativa is used to describe tall wide branching plants which caused stimulating effects in users and indicates use to describe short dense plants which caused sedating effects. Researchers currently don't agree on the best way to categorize cannabis but they do agree that all. Thc Rich varieties of cannabis are a single species and even among most proposed technical systems. The terms INCONCEIVA- are used in inconsistent ways compared to how they're colloquially the current colloquial indica sativa model is not grounded in any scientifically recognized texanol medical model of cannabis research indicates. The strains Indica Sativa designations do not strongly relate to genetic lineage although there are distinct groups of chemical profiles among cannabis varieties research also indicates that strain names. Indica SATIVA DESIGNATIONS. Do not strongly correlate to these chemical profiles. It's important for the industry to define new vocabularies and systems of categorizing cannabis which are more accurate and precise and less confusing to consumers. In the meantime the best thing you can do to find cannabis products that work best for you to keep a journal and track. What CHEMICAL PROFILE SMELLS TASTES? Dosages et Cetera. They've tried and what the experience was like. And in this way you can begin to transcend straight names and with that. I'm your host Jason Wilson. Thanks again so much for tuning into this episode and the season. It's been a great pleasure to have you join me on this journey until next time. Stay curious and take it easy special. Thanks to our guests that were so gracious in spending time with me for interviews that helped construct not just this episode but other episodes throughout the season to check out the citations for this episode and there are plenty in check out the show notes by visiting. Cac PODCAST DOT COM to learn more about cannabis. You can check out. The curious about this book. Bailable now on Amazon DOT COM Heather online book retailers. You like what we're doing here in one of support the show please considers ordering us by liking sharing episode with your friends and family can also choose to support us on Patriots at Patriotair Dot Com Slash. Natural learning prices get access to the full link. Guest interviews seemed content and a lot more can also connect with curious about cannabis on social media on Instagram facebook. Twitter and Youtube.

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"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

11:21 min | 8 months ago

"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Who decides what. Blue Dream More Oji cush or any other strain actually is genetically in the canopied database while you will see a strain name listed also see a unique identifier. That's the true label associated with the genetics that were tested from that sample from a genetic perspective. Strain name is largely irrelevant. However if you focus on a sample that was labeled blue dream for example you'll likely see that it has close relatives that are also labeled as blue dream so there is some consistency just not enough consistency for consumers to trust these labels. I hope that distinction is being made clear here. There is some consistency not enough. So strain names and indica. Sativa designations. Don't mean much in terms of genetic lineage. But what about chemical profiles to begin to tackle this issue? We need to review a lot of data so into my friends at confident cannabis to get their opinions on the issue. Confident Cannabis is a technology company that provides various software solutions to cannabis testing labs growers producers dispensaries. And they're what they're trying to do is to bring transparency to the supply chain. Their platform captures a lot of data about products moving around in the canvas industry and by analyzing this data. They've been able to glean some interesting insights. You know the candidates chemistry is super fascinating. And we think it's really important General population isn't educated enough to really know what to do with this information but we have built tools like connect. This is Steve over on the CEO of confident cannabis. If you want to go to our website and click. The button is operatives connect. It's it's it's a free tool we don't make any money from it We built it because we thought we had a moral obligation to do that. And and really what it is. It's a it's a three d visualization of cannabis chemistry. And so you'll see a number of different dots. Every dot is a is a particular strain grown by particular producer in a particular state And the location of that dot is a function of Several different chemicals in their concentration so TSE's tvd but as well as a key CG And so a number of minor within also number of Turbie Beta carrier finally limiting pining. All the usual suspects And based on the the the distribution of those various compounds in that particular batch or group of batches Not will determine how close or far from another dot so the way to read it as if the doctor close together chemically similar. The far apart chemically state. What you could do is you can go and you say okay. I'm looking for say you know Oji cush right? And if the dots are all over the place in widely spread out that tells you something very important means that it's highly unreliable strain name. There are lots of strains that you might find in a store that are called. Od Kush that have widely different chemical compositions conversely if you've estrangement climbing fairly cluster. Together you know. It's a fairly reliable straining in general. We obviously looked at all this information. streams are very unreliable There had they're not evil. They're brand names but they're not really. I'll tell you much about chemical composition and Because cannabis cannabis is so diverse. Really does matter You know the ratios of these profiles Yep some people don't like the effects of Hydra constraints some people. Do some people want. Heimer saint strengths and people don't And not to mention CD THC concentrations being important after reviewing this tool myself ahead Brad. Bogus from confident cannabis go through the connect platform with me to explain how it works and exactly what I was seeing the takeaway from this type of experiences. That strain name is not really the most predictive indicator of chemistry right right whether they genetically certified or not a strain name is how most people are buying cannabis And we can see that. You can't really expect exactly the same thing. You can expect some similarities. But you can also expect if differences across the board if I go by most California or if I go by MIMOSA Oregon having probably two very different Mimosa and really by by a few mimosas at Oregon. I might end up with this one here. I might end up with this one here pretty different right. So that's one thing that's a good takeaway from this. Is that like genetic strain name. Not a great predictor. If you want to like actually Solid for genetic differences for instance. Most of being a really highly circulated strain You might get unscrupulous producer calling something most of this not genetically certified as Melissa exactly. Yeah Yeah just to make it more sellable. That's right. So we like to use slammer. As a really good example of how even when he saw for the genetics you still see variants so Slammer is only available via certified genetic clone one company. Okay I'm on the market. You can rest like ninety nine point. Nine percent assured that it is genetically slammer. We can't really call it if it's not you can't get anywhere else. Nobody's really asking for slammer in such a NYPD end that someone would call something timer. That's not. It's not a very appetizing sounding strained name. Yeah so what you see is pretty consistent expectation of outcome but was doing over here right this. It was produced climber and it's an extremely different outcome than this summer. In fact almost Alzheimer's should have paneling in it. As you can see you can produce differently. I mean these. Are you know lighting inputs? These are water inputs. These are fertilizer inputs soil. This is climate is cure. This is so much that's going into. What makes cannabis cannabis that You can't expect that you're always going to get the same reaction. Genetics might get you most of the way there. But they're not gonNA give you all the way there. But what about Indica and Sativa designations? How do those associated with chemical profiles? Correlations is this data set showing between what people are classifying as quote unquote indica and Sativa. So this is actually my favorite thing about connect of each talked to people in the industry. And you'll get a general consensus that most people think Indica Sativa doesn't mean anything right at. It's actually kinda nonsense. They like some Actually make me really really couch. Lock out so if I get this range of feelings. How come all cannabis is expected to live in a binary upper down exactly? Yeah nonsense So one of the ways that you can actually explore that within connected to click down here where it says can nominate. This is a way to color the dots based on different information so we can get a filter for different stuff right now. We're filtered for cannabinoid class. You can filter for Indica. Sativa and that does is it. Colors the Tebas red colors the indicators blue pretty divergent colors here so that you can really see you know them stand out and all the hybrids ray because they're hybrids writing kind of are all the same What you'll notice is that there's not a space within connect where red exists and blue dozen mice brain. Yeah they're all over all intermixed exactly right And that's because Indica Sativa don't have any chemical meaning. They actually never have had any chemical meaning ascribed to it. Okay so these names don't seem to be strongly correlated with genetic lineage. And they don't seem to mean much in the way of chemical profiles so what gives well in short. We need a new system of categorising and talking about cannabis if we're interested in how something's going to affect the body in we care about chemical profile and we need a better vocabulary for talking about patterns of chemical profiles in cannabis products if we're interested in discussing plant. Morphology we need vocabulary to talk about that. Which is consistent accurate and separate from the vocabulary we would use to talk about chemical profiles. It doesn't really make sense to intertwine these two things. And if we're interested in discussing genetic lineage. We need assistance. From genetic mapping tools and some standardized naming conventions for cannabis cultivars which are based on genetic data. Several researchers in companies likely have proposed alternative methods to address these distinct problems but so far none of these solutions have really taken a stronghold in the cannabis industry at least yet going back to where we started with lethally. They have attempted to produce a visual guide to understanding strains chemical profile and this visual guide is represented by series of shapes and colors with unique meeting slight In the center of this picture they'll be shape and one particular shape represents a TC rich cultivar a different shape represents CBD for instance. And then all around this shape in the center you have these other shapes and colors that represent terrapins and the relative concentrations and the attributes that are associated with each strain are based on numerous lab tests. Which is certainly a step in the right direction. Seemingly but the website then goes on to associate each strain with effects like sleepy relaxing uplifting energetic but this is all potentially flawed in a number of ways first it assumes that a strain name is represented by any one particular chemical profile. Which as we've talked about before in this episode chemical profiles among strains are not consistent even when basing the findings on aggregates of Turpin data. You're still left with an average chemical profile that doesn't necessarily represent anything that someone will find a dispensary and concerning predicting effects if you dive deeper into leaflets data. You often find that. Even consumers don't agree on the effects of cannabis variety for many strains that are on lease website close to fifty percent of people report the most commonly reported effects. What that means is that nearly half of people that tried any particular strain actually do not feel those same affects so this isn't just some intellectual or academic exercise actual consumers of cannabis are even saying without realizing it that the effects associated with cannabis strains are inconsistent another issue that we haven't really gotten into it. All in this episode is even if you know the chemical profile of cannabis variety or a particular cannabis product. Can you actually predict the effects? It'll have on somebody. The way that the cannabis industry talks about strains and chemical profiles and Indica Sativa designations. You would assume the answer is yes but it's not so straightforward and we're GONNA save that question.

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"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

11:11 min | 8 months ago

"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Everybody. This is Jason Wilson with curious about campus podcast. Thanks so much for tuning in once again. If you've been involved in the cannabis industry for any amount of time or a visited dispensary. You may be familiar with a company and website called lethally. Lethally was originally started as a way to collect information on cannabis strains and it provided kind of an encyclopedia of cannabis strains over time. They've evolved with their core focus. On strains has certainly not gone away. Here's some copy from their website describing cannabis strains and I quote. Marijuana strains are organized into three primary types sativa indica in hybrid each type strain has unique effects on both the mind and the body for example sativa strains are uplifting in pair well with activities like social gatherings and being physically active on the opposite end of the spectrum. Indika strains are relaxing and can help Campbell Fai deep level of physical sedation making indicated. Great for those times when you need deep sleep. Lastly there hybrid strains which fall between INDICAS and tvos hybrid strains offer a combination of both energizing and relaxing fix hybrid strains great for those times when it's too late for an energizing sativa or too early for sedating industry in quote. Is this legit or could this be a well intentioned yet ill-fated effort that may ultimately be misleading consumers and maybe promoting bias and placebo in the consumer market in today's episode. We're going to be taking a critical look at the way cannabis's commonly categorized and represented by strain names and Indica Sativa designations and to guide. Our curious quest will be focusing on several key questions. One what are these strain names me? What is a striking? And what is INDIGO VERSA? Tiba to how do strain names and indicative designations relate to the genetic lineage in the chemical profile of plant in three? How do any of these labels indicates the effects that a product may have on a user so without further ado? Let's get started if you ask different. People in the cannabis industry what they think of the concept of cannabis strains you're likely to get mixed reactions. Some people think that strains are completely useless and outdated ideas something that their concepts that are really only reserved for the craft cannabis. Cultivators and connoisseurs. That have an in-depth understanding of the source of genetics. While others think that straight names are vitally important for understanding the effects that our products can have on them. So what's really going on here first? Let's talk about the words strain in biology. The term strain is generally only used when talking about microorganisms. For instance there are different strains of E-coli but in botany the term strain is not usually used to describe different varieties of plants instead. The term variety is commonly used more specifically the term cultivar meaning. Cultivated variety is often used to refer to different plant types of the same species and subspecies and additional taxonomic. Rank used in. Botany is form which is a level lower than variety is often used to distinguish slightly different varieties of a variety. So that makes sense for instance. Let's take the cannabis strain gorilla glue or G G. For example there are different varieties of gorilla glue like glue number four and Gorilla Glue number twelve etc but gorilla glue. Itself is a variety of subspecies of cannabis so gorilla glue number. Four and number twelve really be considered forms of th the gorilla glue variety. So if we WANNA BE BOTANICALLY CORRECT. We should replace the term strain altogether with the term cultivar and if there are variations of a particular cultivar than those variations should be called forms but beyond the fact that the term strain is not properly used in the realm of cannabis. There are other problems at play when it comes to how can abstain. Names are used. And we'll get into that a little later. But what about these terms Indica Sativa the old colloquial wisdom states that there are three species of cannabis plants? Sativa Indica and rudderless. Indigo plants are short bushy and produced heavily sedating effects whereas sativa plants are supposedly tall and airy and produce stimulating effects. And then these rose. Plants are often either considered wild plants or perhaps wilder auto flowering plants. But where did this idea come from? Let me begin by saying that cannabis. Researchers have long debated how to categorize cannabis. In how many species of cannabis there might be the terms? Sativa Indica rurals or only a few of many terms that have been used. Throughout time to organize cannabis. These terms have been used inconsistently by different researchers throughout time to describe different types of cannabis plants. So we're dealing with already kind of muddy playing field. This basic idea of sativa plants being tall and wide Branston Indigo plants. Being short and densely branched comes from a researcher named Richard shelties in the early nineteen seventies. Sheltie suggested that there are three species of cannabis Sativa Indica and Rudolph's each of these species was associated with basic morphological characteristics. That the tall cannabis plants where cannabis sativa the short bushier. Plants were Indika and the very small. Sometimes branching forms of cannabis plants often seen in the wild reconsidered. Rudolph's however few years later another technical model for cannabis would be presented that focused on the plants chemical profiles rather than its morphology this taxonomic model presented by a group of researchers called small and cronquist suggest that cannabis is one single species cannabis sativa with at least two subspecies sativa and Indica. Under this model. The Sativa subspecies consists of fiber type and low. Thc varieties of cannabis while the indica subspecies consisted of high thc and kind of one to one. Thc CBD ratio plants. Genetic research performed by John Part. Jeffrey guy confirmed that. Thc Rich varieties of cannabis are in fact one species so if we accept this model which. I should point out that not everyone believes this models. Accurate will say that for later but if we accept the small cronquist model than all. Thc RICH VARIETIES OF CANNABIS SHOULD BE CANNABIS. Sativa subspecies Indika so in this model. It doesn't even make sense to say that different varieties of high. Thc Cannabis are either sativa. Indica they're just one or the other depending on how you define the words. Some researchers felt it made little sense to organize a plant based on its intoxicating properties a its thc content and so later on in one thousand nine hundred eighty. A researcher named Lauren Anderson would refine shelties technical model taking shelties. Focus on the growth form of cannabis varieties and adding details about leaf characteristics. To the PICTURE ANDERSON CHARACTERIZED CANNABIS INDICA plants. As short broadly plants and cannabis sativa as tall narrow leaf plants and then cannabis Ruder oles where these small weedy plants. Just like shelties described Anderson also pointed out that these distinctions between Sativa Indica Root Raleigh's have very little to do with chemical profiles. Keep in mind that Anderson was trying to respond to small and cronquist model and really didn't want to these technical names to be associated with chemical profiles so the work of shelties Anderson are largely why we refer to canvas plan says into Gercy Tiba based on how they look but. Why do we often use these terms to refer to chemical profiles as well well? It's a complicated story and maybe a little too complicated to dive into too much in this episode. But here's a can a brief overview basically the term can't sativa was originally used by Carl aeneas in seventeen fifty three to describe a non intoxicating form of cannabis that was commonly cultivated in Europe. And we would call this hip cannabis. Indica was originally used by John. Baptiste lamarque thirty years later. After Lynn asked to describe cannabis from India that was intoxicating now the plants that lamarque reviewed actually had narrow leaves not widely used and the primary difference between these plants. Was that the plants that lamarcus looking. At where a little bit shorter they were definitely more aromatic and they were intoxicating. Later on the term cannabis sativa would be used by a Russian researcher to describe forms of cannabis that were from Afghanistan. And would that were used to make cash a significant departure from Carlin as then later on the term cannabis indigo would be applied to forms of cannabis from Afghanistan. That were used to make cash so already getting very confusing. So these uses of the TERMS CANNABIS SATIVA. Indica would become confused. More and more throughout time blended in the minds of many with the technical models that small and Cronquist in shelties and Anderson put together separately ultimately resulting in a totally confused vernacular that we've been stuck with to this day. The thing about this whole species controversy. I think personally it is much more to do with the culture wars than is today with any straight series technical doubts about this angus from the real seed company. Angus spent years traveling around the world. Collecting seeds of cannabis varieties often referred to as landrace strains which are varieties of cannabis. Which have naturalized to the region in which they grow and a lot of times. These strains are really really old strains that haven't been cross bred into a lot of modern genetics through his travels angus has had the opportunity to get to know people from cultures. All over the world that have been growing cannabis for Millennia and along the way he studied the issue of cannabis taxonomy in depth and has become a de facto cannabis historian at Brompton. People disagree with me but I think.

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"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

03:42 min | 8 months ago

"indica sativa" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"You're listening to the curious about cannabis. Podcast hey everybody. This is Jason Wilson with the curious about cannabis podcast before we get started to have a short announcement. This is actually the last episode of our first season and I want to just take a moment to say thank you so so much for coming on this journey with me over the past several months. It's been quite the adventure. Been learning a lot myself figuring this whole process out podcasting in. I appreciate all the feedback. I've gotten and I appreciate you know some of the listeners. We've gained along the way that have been really faithful. Just thank you so much. We're going to be taking a small break from episodes like these to get new content ready to share for season two Which is going to start some time this summer and will be restructuring. The podcast a little bit based on some of your feedback so going forward. We're going to be releasing the behind the scenes interviews the bts episodes. We're going to release those regularly throughout the entire year but will only be releasing seasons of topical episodes like this one twice a year. We'll have one season will start in late fall really the beginning of winter and then one season starting summer. Now if you can't wait for the next season I would urge you to consider becoming a patron at patriotair dot com slash curious about cannabis there. You'll get access to a secret patrons only podcast feed. That'll have content on it that you won't hear on the public feed and it will also give you early access to season two content when it's available you'll also get access to other educational content on our Patriot. So for instance our patrons get early access to our youtube videos the also get access to exclusive videos. That sometimes aren't even ever released to the public. And they get discounts on curious about cannabis merchandise and For instance there's a special discount for the curious about cannabis book for our patrons in any other ways I can think of to add value I try to offer it through our Patriot onto our supporters. So if you're interested in that you can check it out at Patriot dot com slash curious about cannabis. Thanks again so much for your support and tuning in throughout the season. I hope you've enjoyed it. Hope you enjoyed the sewed and I really hope that I'm able to bring you even better content for season two so now without further ado. Let's get onto the episode Gorilla Glue Grape crush blue dream. Koala Mister Nice Oji cush skywalker Hayes. Moonshine HAYES AK forty seven train. Rick Tannoudji Hash Plant Trinity Vortex. What's in a name? Go into any legal cannabis dispensary in Oregon and your head is likely to spin trying to keep up with the seemingly limitless numbers of names of different varieties of cannabis on the shelf. It's enough to keep cannabis connoisseurs. On their toes wildly cannabis curious are sometimes left confused and bewildered and beyond these various strain names. We have other labels like Indica Sativa hybrids supposedly some make you sleepy. Some make you feel awake. Others are supposedly balanced for a productive lifestyle. But is there really anything legit to this system of naming and categorizing cannabis varieties? And what do all these names really mean in this episode? We're going to be taking a look into the world of cannabis names so join us as we dive into the strain game.

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"indica sativa" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

05:43 min | 8 months ago

"indica sativa" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Hi guys. Welcome to the show. That was amazing. Meghan gaily her hatred of Philip rivers to me is hilarious. I mean I mean to come may be their savior. She's a she's a hundred percent on top of Jacoby. She's like US I. It is so refreshing to hear someone else. Who is that psycho when they watch a game and avid like she has literal hatred in her heart? For Philip Rivers has never met the guy and again he may be great but she's probably right in her heart of hearts. She knows sport. She knows that team she will be. Let down like the rest of called fat by Philip Rivers. I mean I've been a fan of. I've always been a fan of her comedy. But now I'm like okay. We're kindred sports spirits which lead. Watch the colts. I WANNA watch a colts game with her and see how crazy I act and then I wanNA make her watch Michigan game with US and see see. How unbelievable crazy we are all right. Thank you guys for bearing with us in this show we're We got one more voice mail that we got from Bill Walton. We're taking advice from anywhere on how to make it through this quarantine life which gotta know how long my so called quarantine life. I don't know how long it's going to be. But we need advice from everybody and of course the big man in the Middle Bill Walled. Who spent a lot of time with his own thoughts Is going to give us a little bit of advice. Electives voicemail. Check it out sklar. It's your old friend. Bill Walton checking in making sure that you guys are taking good care of yourself. It's a difficult time people cooped up inside whether or not you're surrounded by those you love or surrounded by cans of corn beans and rice. It's all about mind over matter baby and we all know that whether it's on the basketball court or out at a show. No one knows better than I that it is mind over matter. You have to throw it down big man as the grateful dead often saying in here comes sunshine wake of the flood laughing. Water forty nine get out the pans. Don't just stand there dreaming. Get OUT OF THE WAY. Get Out of the way here comes. The sunshine here comes sunshine. Also if I can pass along randy and Jason Some Indica Sativa to help you pass the days and maybe some reality television like moon shiners. One of my favorite shows that shows industry in West Virginia Kentucky Tennessee. These are men not afraid to go into the woods to literally create a good time. Randy Jason I feel terrible for my son. Luke found himself without the end of an NBA season justice his young Sacramento Kings team was rallying vibe being around him. Like the pulsing beats of now. Thea at Deer Creek Randy Jason. I'm doing just fine with my jacker. Rare roll tight in my lazy boy kicked up for my synthetic knees to relax. Stay IN TOUCH BE. Well take care and let the sun the moon and the stars guide you. I'm not gonNA say that's a bad advice Jay. I'm you know set. He knows how to get through stuff and he's giving you a roadmap he's given road map and Sometimes you gotta get accepted. I WANNA thank our producer. Land Romo. Who is helping? Put this thing together. Jason Smith at star Burns and everybody there who is like tirelessly working and figuring out solutions for us to be able to continue to give you guys content. It may be a little bumpy at first but wants to be really figure it out. We're going to just keep giving you stuff every week. I know there's no sports going on but there are no sports going on but we're going to figure out a way to continue to give you are take also if you want something a little bit more. You got more time daily. Listen TO S- clever country the virus pas you check it out drop one in this fee just you can hear it and that subscribed to it and it'll be a youtube page to check it out on Youtube. We love you guys punch waterfalls in do it in peace in singularly you can still out and punch waterfall. If you're feeling prostrated it's just you and nature And try and stay sane love each other listen to everybody when they say stay sequestered in. Quarantine. We've got your view and we are out of great week. We'll see next week lane shot. That would hang wig gang. Thank Morecambe Chris. Breaking the fake. We go both a matter of fact like yours. Bring into gives us like when along a podcast network..

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"indica sativa" Discussed on Q95

Q95

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"indica sativa" Discussed on Q95

"Marijuana users had an average. All right. I've had it with that. They found marijuana users had an average of sixty two point seven million sperm per millilitre. Compared to the average of forty five point four million in men who had never partaken in using marijuana significant difference is a milliliter. I don't know. That's like a glob, right? The study also referred to as a load technically saying the study also found higher levels of testosterone in those who used pot at some point in their lives. Very surprised who knew there was such a vast difference between the. Wasn't even ready with the. Doesn't care for it. Rather have not heard that right? What would that do? That's really interesting. So. We've had studies on the other side say that this the mobility, whatever it's called Motilal, mobility, these ability to get those little tales a wagon. Yeah. Get them up there. And I bet that still the case. So the numbers are higher, but they're, but they're not gonna lazy. Now, what's Steve what strain of video sperm? Do. You have the Indica sativa. The all I've got a a combination of Kentucky. Featherbed Benz and. London is having a Valentine's Day masturbation festival for those of you who are single out. There may wanna take a nice little road trip by definition something that one generally does alone. I just said that the event hosted by the anti riot club at the hawks ten square bar and kitchen aims to provide a Frank discussion on sexual health topics include solo dating orgasms, desire and comfort solo dating date yourself. We have people marrying themselves. Tommy, Josh loves us, the new world, we're all just trying to got into an argument with myself. But we're we're we're gonna have dinner. I do that day. That you'd like you start to go arrest. Ooh. That looks restaurant. You never get to work. What do I want to go? I don't care just pick someplace, and I pulled this place. Didn't care. I meant I didn't want. This Sasha's cocktails will also be available big. Yeah. These are on guess, we'll write love letters to themselves and participate in a sensual catwalk called school of saw. Dear me. So this is a masturbation festival. I'm guessing it'll be four hundred guys in three ladies, man. And by the way, I'd one cracker. Where does that come from some clarification Christie if you had to guess, yes? Money money is on the line here. Now, you have to give us a solid guests the last time, Tom masturbated. Oh god. College. I have some time..

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"indica sativa" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

11:43 min | 2 years ago

"indica sativa" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"You get a dependency for it. Yeah. Pretty much though, their putting you in morphine and sending you out of the hospital without anything. And then checking into your date, but they don't wanna do cannabis. But my question is because I don't smoke weed. I made you know. But by question is this if you suffer from anxiety and all these things? How do they can they great question? And I actually am not qualified to answer your question. But I know the answer to your question. Okay. If you just shut your trap per second. There are different strains of marijuana Indica sativa, and there's a hybrid of the two that will affect you in different ways for some people and indicates exactly what they need because it will show you the hell out, but you couch if you will. A sativa most will experience you're off the chain. It's like a Cup of coffee like a nice, upper if you will so some people's the way their brain, they need the Indika, some people some people can't benefit from it. All and you're damn right. It would make them more paranoid, and probably heighten any personality disorders that Maury were situations that might be there in the first place. It's all up to you and your physician to find what's right for you. I feel like those are very responsible way to answer that question. Thank you. Thank you. I wanted to thank you. And I did want to ask that because I've also like you I've stopped drinking may not sound like it. But I also can't do a lot more things. I also put smoking cigarettes cigarettes. I know you hate which I know you hate and it's been a month. So I'm pretty proud of myself that I can say I halfway don't smoke cigarettes, and I'm not drinking. But every time I've ever smoked weed, whatever you wanna call it, maybe three times in my life. I was flipping out like the police were there. I'm going to jail. Somebody's coming to kill me. Like, I was on acid or something. So I didn't know that it was different kind of like alcohol like if you drink whisky may become mean, or if you drink wine coolers, you may laugh, so I really didn't understand how all that worked. That is how. That may be something I need, you know, I don't know. Well, good luck. I think that you could find something that works for you. You don't happiness is what's most important. And and I'd like to be a happy person. I'm pretty happy. But, you know, thank you for answering that question, that's what I'm here for. Thank you very much for your phone. Call. All right. Thank you. You too. Oh, I think there are those people out there who weeds just going to affect them. So extremely no matter what their smoking or what strain. It is crazy when you can see people just lose their mind on something that doesn't affect you know, a great can they can do nothing or just mild for one person and have another person think that there's an alien inside the brain or something, I know. Well, when I was a single guy you data girl. He'd be like, oh, no, no, no for let me try. Within within minutes. They're out like a light. And then some girls like you seat in there is like, oh, this is great. I like, oh, I start smoking all your weed. And that's a problem. That was a worse at I want you decide you want to date a girl right 'cause they're super cool chill? And you realize you're by twice as much. We'd because they're smoking all your we'd send you wanna David really doesn't do it. But it's also not a you know, what about you? Do it does that grill exist? I don't know. Live. Hey, just wanted US Bank. Dr Shaw is now having a party me. Feed us more African families. Okay. Seventy seven five seven nine hundred to five man, I strongly encourage you and everyone out there before you call with something that you think is funny run it by somebody. I that's all just run it by a friend and go. Hey, I was thinking about trolling or pranking or whatever drew grab a live. Is this funny? See it's not funny to us. But that makes it funnier to them and what just happened on the phone. That's a big win. That's going to be talked about for the rest of the night. And you are then putting faith into that guy's friend. So if you're friends with that guy you already have questionable judgment, right? So then who the hell knows his friends may think that's funny, and then he still calls a fifty year old French author has been widely mocked after he said he's incapable of loving woman. Over the age of fifty name is Johan wa M O X a well known writer director. And television presenter sparked an international outcry after he told me Clair's French edition, which is called Madelene Claire that older women are invisible to him Mike that he doesn't even see you. I prefer young or women's bodies. That's all of the body of a twenty five year old woman is extraordinary. The body of a woman of fifty is not extraordinary at all. He said, I mean, you've been saying this for a long time, not not those words, but you you said, hey, my cut off forty nine nothing. Good happens after forty nine right? I was wrong. I went to lunch when I was single with a with a woman, I believe late fifties. And I will tell you I adore this woman. I saw when I went to breakfast this past weekend with my son. She was there. And I said man, you know, as you please her curves. No, we just we just had fun together. And and then we still, you know, she's a dear sweet woman, and I I would gladly date her and become a physical with her all natural. What do you mean? I just mean like surgery or anything. No, no, no, no, no work. I I don't I don't want a woman who's had worked on. I look if you want to do that to help yourself feel better. Awesome. Whatever you need to do to get yourself to a happy place when you're looking in the mirror, do it. But for my preference, you start to chisel away at the face that guy that somebody gave you down. Why why why does it seem like the majority of guys are are turned off by older women women like older guys because women are evolved creatures who want a little sophistication? And we are base Neanderthal. Scumbags who want something young pretty shot? If you if you had eighteen or twenty year old girls client going oh guys in their thirties. They're biser disgusting and even forty it's even worse. Maybe we would start to change the way that we look at older women if younger women were telling us how horrible we look right now. But instead you see things like Chris Pratt was photograph without a shirt last weekend. And people are like. Dad bought I mean that he's fairly ripped. I think I think it's safe to say that men age better than women, and there's more that can what do you mean age better better? I don't think that's that controversial statement. I think that that women have more that can go wrong as far as physical appearance than than a man. Can. I mean, we, you know, you've got so many things that we look at on on a woman, whether it be your face or boobs are. But her thighs, whatever it is. And those things when they age may not be desirable with a man who is mostly covered. Most of the time. There's not a bunch of body parts that I think women really focus on. So it does come back to mend being more. Shallow women are sexual creatures. I think it's easy for us to say. Oh, yeah. Woman wouldn't look at a guy and be disgusted. But I think it you could have call it, but go. Yeah. I want to be turned on by guy. And when he's fifty or sixty it's different. It's not the same. I'm not turned off. But it's definitely not the same as when they were thirty. There's a lot of women who feel that way. Trust me. Because now when I realized that there are girls who are of age that I that I am too old for they would never even give me a second look because of my age alone. That's a bitter pill. To swallow. But I understand it. Well, and I think guys whether or not it's real Thursday that sweet spot of win. They're getting old and a girl say, oh, he's a silver FOX or the salt and pepper. Look, there's not something like that quivalent with a woman. You know, what I mean like you'd never most men wouldn't look at women and say, Ooh, I like see a little gray in there. You're looking real nice wonder. Yeah. Why do women say they liked the salt and pepper? Look. I don't understand. I don't get that. It's all just to to make us feel better. That's exactly what they they are nurture. So they want us to feel good. We don't care we're selfish. I mean, I'm a I'm a I believe I'm a heterosexual male. And I think that there is something to be said for like, the George Clooney who's, you know, the gray kind of older he's hot you named like one of the hottest Debra what about us, John? I'm just saying I think there's you know as as Druze beard comes in, you know, fill of gray. I think there's something to be said for for that kind of general, look, there's nothing you can say about a woman that could help her as she like an there's not a body part or a feature on a woman that gets better with age. Sounded worse than I wanted it to. I I understand the point you're making. That's not an easy thing for people to hear. I think being the age that I am. I have a great appreciation for women who can maintain their physique once they get past fifty even forty. You know, I have a great appreciation for because I know how hard it is. I'm I'm dealing with the struggle myself. And it's real that struggle. But to your point a guy in his twenties thirties looks at a woman enter fifties. And goes gravity is going to start to to do its bidding. Yeah. But our boys. They don't whoop their, you know, the right there in the water. It's not we've got some issues. Also, see, but those are those are front of mind visual like they may get to that point in the bedroom. I hear women like like that on a guy they that. And they're all pooped, they're gone. But when you're Zaki bees. Yeah. I like, saggy bees. Not no, they they liked the regular bees. Saggy might be. Ooh, you know, they might not like it anymore. We might think that they do because they say they do right? But they probably don't but upfront women's not gonna see that just looking at an older gentleman. Right. Just let's say he's wearing a suit. There was no there's nothing you can see on his body that could that you could like on a woman where you can say, oh, that's, you know, not holding up very well, seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five and eight hundred seven seven one one or two John. Hey, told her women. No, I'm just I'm I'm I'm not I'm just you'd better get married before. Danielle turns forty fifty. Who are you? Hey, what's up, buddy? Hey happening. You're by the way, mishap you guys around but back while we're back in the last week. But go ahead. Yeah. Well, I was out of town. So I think he's. But anyway, I was on my wife is fifteen years younger than me. And so we and we've been married for fifteen years. So we got married while I was thirty five and she was twenty and she she came after me she wanted nothing. To do with people her age and her age, whatever. Okay. So I don't know. I mean, I know what's out there. So thank you. Hey, I got a young wife. Everybody. That's it Tuesday. We we know that women earned older guys. We we figure that out. That's not up for debate. We just wanted to ask the guys get older. Do we think in the back of their heads? Or maybe they're thinking about man, he is just he is not this is not good for me. I'm not turned on any more. Correct. Because you have to be into someone physically..

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"indica sativa" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"indica sativa" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Body feeling good for pain relief. Sometimes people use them for stress relief unwinding at the end of a long day. What have you sativa Zor separately thought of as as the taller, sort of more open branching lengthier plant with much narrower leaves or leaflets sativa Zor more uplifting. It's good for data. Use not as much of a body feeling generally more of a head high to it, and they're going to be a good mood booster people like them for dealing with depression or sort of that sort of type of thing. Yeah. So loud in collaboration with the friend and colleague did a study of this where we sampled different cannabis types for strange. We've got a lot of options. I mean, we just got a nice new, Stephen Engle Congolese really heady, really nice, bright taste to it. And when we dug into this concept of Indika sativa, we had actually recorded from the people that we obtain the samples from a measure of how much Indika or how much like the percentage ancestry as we called it for each of those ample. So you know, some plants would be said to be one hundred percent Indika and others would be fifty fifty Indica sativa and others would be eighty percents t. The question we asked was, was there a correlation between the reported ancestry? So what the grower or the seed company said about that. Plant and what the Gino type told us in terms of the relationships. And we found really a moderate correlation between the reported ancestry and the Gino type which meant to us that there was not a very good correlation that the the actual ability to discern if something would be in the curse achieva based on the label alone wasn't very high. And so I personally look at the Indika sativa designation with a grain of salt. And I, I don't think there's a lot of scientific evidence to back it up. So we're going to step into an India, spend cultivation lab, this purple Kush. So purple Kush is a is a strain or a cultivar of cannabis. That's widely grown as a medical cannabis strain used as recreational product as well as probably the best understood cannabis plan in the world in terms of its jeans and it's genetics. I guess what's also significant is that it's would be growers. And consumers would call an Indika style plant. So you can see fairly wide leaflets on this plant. I think there's a disconnect between what we what we see the physical appearance of the plant in that kind of stereotypical difference and the the subjective effects and the and the chemistry that produces those affects about another plan from our collection that has very narrow leaflets quite an open physical habitats. The branches are quite sort of widely spaced and that would be what, in general, the light, you know, haven't. I don't put a lot of credence in this Indika sativa separation. This would be typically called a sativa. Well, even though the science can easily distinguish between varieties like indicates Tiba the users at the hot box cafe in Toronto. Certainly think they can find the TV's get your high, go get. You don't one's going to be a little more energetic because I don't think you get a caffeine rush like some people try to Klay too, but you do get more into your head more awake, I guess, per se. Whereas if you smoke incorrect, get stoned more relaxed, more chill Indika because they tend to have a little bit more effect for the body also gets the TV people like exercise on it. If I smoke a good, Steve cleaned my entire house, which I never do. Like all my clothes are sorted by color offering me right now. I try to gear myself to sativa strains during the day because I need to function whether it'd be for activities or for work or whatever the case may be eight. And then at night last night, for instance, I was driving all day long and the time I got home, my back was really sore and I was uncomfortable. I just couldn't sit properly. I was very uncomfortable, so I smoked Indika and fifteen twenty minutes later. I was out like a light watching TV watching CBC news actually. Cannabis is a mixture of chemicals and those chemicals in combination produce the pharmacological outcome. The effects on on the person consuming it..

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"indica sativa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"indica sativa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty and talk to the other folks who have a fear of it two let them know that it's not the bogeyman of course i take riskier because i might get some posted children for banning all jugs calling but on the other hand i'm hoping i get some respectable people who are wellspoken who say that it merely calms nerves or cures their pain they use it for medical reasons it's really not all about getting high it was the crime and feeling good by the way isn't that what all medicines supposed to do is make you feel better than you did before and what's the problem with that so who who's a right now ends up call me six one seven two five four ten thirty who smokes or ingest marijuana products and how do you do it dear use of a vaporizer are you a dabur i also gonna use this time to remind you about this website called leafy very respectable website which talks about strains dispensaries news products there's even a leaf tv nren's tv and our atv this legally has kind of we'd tv so when you it's called l e a f l y leafy dispensaries it lists all dispensaries and doctors and deals near you call me and tell me that you smoke marijuana tell me why and ease the the nervousness people have under strains they have strange tend to be indica sativa or hybrid and strange that crush anxiety curb depression manage migraines stay productive sleep well see that to me is what marijuana should be about i frankly do not like getting high it's what depends on the high a lot of times it's just no fun so the strains strange really fun not too long ago i gave you the top ten high cbd strands in other words kind that help you sleep but don't get you so high or high at all being careful to produce these strains i i'm very interested in the science of it products all kinds of products you can get both for growing their accessories i mean you know how fun accessories are there's new leaf naturals full spectrum organic cbd oil now again cbd is non psychoactive compound one of them in marijuana and you can get the oil there are a lot of people making it and you can get a bottle of it not all created equally what else is there there's a bubbler that's kind of like a pipe bomb there lots of oils what other sort of there's a books in games concentrates edibles growing hemp seib cbd vaporisers they have real cool vaporizer type pans that allow you to be discreet and don't stink up the joint and we go to break and then we'll go right to tim and whitman to find out what's up in whitman six one seven two five four ten thirty marijuana smokers it's time now to stand up and be counted.

"indica sativa" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"indica sativa" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"You will agree with that as somebody who smoked for thirty five years once you what's that you will agree that marijuana has a an emotional psychological effect if that's your brain not just your lungs and absolutely affects my brain but it doesn't affect my brain to where i'm out committing crimes and i have my sometimes it probably does make you know make me lazy occasionally it depends fundamental smoke the indica sativa which is a whole another story but how about the positive effects of the oils now i've been ingesting marijuana for so many years and there are lots of research on the oils that that the that the marijuana deposits in your body a super positive effect on your body i mean people are taking these stuff even that don't take or don't smoke weed right i've i've i've heard that by the way by the way when i when i was in recovery from my cancer treatment from the radiation the chemo i actually spoke to my doctors about the possibility of medical marijuana because some people in that situation at it works for them and after speaking to a bunch of physicians the consensus was that the benefits of medical marijuana even in that situation are oversold and so it was not not an experience that that i had or wanted to have look at james i'm not looking down on you i'm not condemning you i'm not saying that your experiences invalid for you but i just want people to focus on the one most important and candid thing that you said which is you had to do all over again you wouldn't smoke so the point is you don't have to do all over again but you do have the rest of your life which i hope is long i appreciate your call solomon and santa monica you're on the michael medved show michael thank you so much for having the most intelligent show on the radio.

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"indica sativa" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"indica sativa" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"But the people that are making hannibal pizza slow down well there's no saying what i'll do that i smoked some leave for the first time i was trying to figure out which way the earth has been good the difference you smoking it needed when you eat it it lets you talk to dolphin gonna smoke some reefer wind my friends roll up a doobie and then smoking got sticky iggy so there are no seeds or stems were smoking hash oil outta electric fans it is for twenty so i'll smoke marijuana ali the bag of doritos then fall asleep on the sofa yeah i am gonna smoke some reefer with my friends dealer had indica sativa blends on your friends we are playing a game some game where there was like fake boundaries so they would say okay the bike path over at the scaffold is lava and if you touch that you're dead but you weren't there when they started playing like you show up an hour later 'cause you're going to the pool like hey guys when you go to the pool the may say hey don't touch the bike paths lava and you've got to say oh i'm not guys i wasn't here when you did all that i'm just going to the pool doesn't affect me that's pretty much how i treat the pot laws in this country kinda the same right you can't have that it's illegal oh i'm not go ahead i i wasn't hearing don't worry about it are now in turn hugs he tried to take today off he said it for him it's like a almost a religious holiday twenty are you do you know.

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