Tetrahydrocannabinol - THC
Delta 9-trans-tetrahydrocannabinol - delta-9 THC is the main psychotomimetic (mindbending) ingredient of marijuana. Estimates state that 70 to 100 percent of the marijuana high results from the delta-9 THC present. It occurs in almost all cannabis in concentrations that vary from traces to about 95 percent of all the cannabinoids in the sample.
In very potent strains, carefully prepared marijuana can be 30 percent delta-9 THC by dry weight
[QUOTE=Brick Top;2385674]The singular correct answer is HELL YES!
Once the trichomes begin to darken THC levels are beginning to break down. Now some people prefer a more couch-lock stone with a ‘messed up mind’ feeling over a head high so to them the THC that has broken down and that causes an increase in levels of CBN equates to higher potency but the actual level of THC did not increase. It only changed causing a different effect that some prefer and mistake for higher levels of
Originally Posted by ganjaluvr
Many times you'll read from new marijuana growers, "My hairs are 50% changed to brown or red, looks like its ready to come down." Calyx hairs turning color is one thing, calyx hairs withering, is another. When they have withered, they are for the most part, as ripe as they will get.
But just turning red/brown does not necessarily mean the weed plant is ready. Calyx hairs are just an indicator that the marijuana plant is ripening , not
Originally Posted by lbow89
-I got sick and tired of having to search through all these d.i.y. threads so here's a list of information that i found useful.