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Experiment to test the cannabinoid levels in roots & stems

Oldbear

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I have some cannabis root drying out and will update here after a couple of tests.

There are no tools to measure cannabinoid levels other than me.

There is enough experience and precision with sublingual administration that I think I can do a reasonable assessment of how it compares to other products.
 

HydroponicFireman

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Great thread, thanks so much CBDNeil for testing the roots and stems! I'm so glad I've been saving the roots of previous harvests for teas. I only saved the inner bark of the roots, the thin outside later was stripped off for ease of cleaning. :lot-o-toke:
 

Oldbear

Well-Known Member
I have some cannabis root drying out and will update here after a couple of tests.

There are no tools to measure cannabinoid levels other than me.

There is enough experience and precision with sublingual administration that I think I can do a reasonable assessment of how it compares to other products.
Epic fail. I left them in a bowl to dry for a week. Way to hard to cut can’t even grind them. Tried to rehydrate and make a tea nothing

This post is useful in that it explains what not to do

I didn’t make it to a stage where useful cannabinoids in the roots could be assessed.
 
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