Continuing the discussion from Properties and compounds of medical marijuana:
Thanks @Majiktoker for sharing that melting pot video that is very useful for medicinal user's like me. I found espacially Insightful the parts on THCA, CBD, CBGA, CBC, and Terpenes, thanks again
Yes my pleasure I thought that'd be kinda cool to share with other mmj patients also very helpful.
Do you think that ILGM will in the futur offer strains like Harlequin ? or other strain that have more CBD content or a 50 / 50 content ?
That's a good question we will have to wait and see time will tell to be honest, id answer it than I wouldn't be so honest lol cause I don't know the answer
I did not mean or intend to put you in "hot water" if I may say so... And like you said it's a good question and if I may say, a legitimite one that has the "mérite" to be answer by "higher power" and that is said with in totally respect and like you said time will tell
Your fine you didn't put me in "hot water" never know maybe the higher power will see this and comment on it
@MajiktokerI just wanted to say thanks for the great information I know your busy guy and I appreciate you taking the time to educate the rest of us Bravo brother We are lucky to have someone with your wisdom to guide us
Thanks for the kind words it's my pleasure, one of my favorite things to do lol I enjoy teaching you guys.
That means alot cause compared to alot I only know a fraction lol but at the same time that fraction I know is a lot
Maybe that one is for @RobertBergman
Something like that lol
Most probably is, lol
Leave at that, there would be more than just him I don't wanna go far into detail with it
Ok,we will leave it there.
I had asked support if they ever considered offering Panama Red or Acapulco Gold and their response was that those older strains are almost all gone and normally not available over the original strains have been bred out of existence . That being said they explained that it is quite a process to verify over a few different grows and comparison testing for consistency in many aspects of a new strain to be introduced as they stake their reputation and put their word behind the seeds they only want the best quality genetics to pass along . I'm sure there are many popular strains that get rejected just for a inconsistency only another guy in a lab would notice .
Maybe just ask some help from North America breeder that seem to have achieved in a stable strain like "Harlequin", just to name that one... but like said previously, it's maybe wiser to let that question into the hand of the deciders...