5 Receiving plants. (clones)
1 “doner plant” (from seed) sprayed. STS.
Can 5 receiving flowers be consumed (smoked or processed) after harvesting seeds even though pollen doner has been chemically treated to produce pollen? Or should I collect seeds and dispose of flower?
I wouldn’t consume the plants treated. Harvest the seeds and ditch the plant material. I believe it’s not extremely dangerous but does have some side effects.
Thank you for your response. 100% Agree the treated plants (sprayed plants) are seed harvested and ditched. I have never introduced additional plants in the room that are not sprayed but receiving the pollen from the treated plant before. Just struck my curiosity if the non treated plants (but getting pollenated from treated plants) are considered to be the same hazard. Seams to be a real possibility but just not sure. All info greatly appreciated. Cheers mate.
If they were pollinated you will have seeds not flowers That said if the ‘budding’ plant was not treated but just sprinkled with gender-bent pollen from a different treated plant I would personally not worry about anything… The silver will remain stuck in the gender-bend plants fibers in the vicinity of where it was sprayed, not in the pollen it created that you sprinkled on the other plant that wasn’t treated… If there is any minute amount of silver in the pollen that gets transferred it’s going to be so minute that it’s almost certainly far less than you ingest every day just eating and existing…
Trace amounts of silver are in the bodies of all humans and animals. We normally take in between 70 and 88 micrograms of silver a day, half of that amount from our diet. Humans have evolved with efficient methods of dealing with that intake, however. Over 99 percent is readily excreted from the body.
Love this response and great info as well. Thank you and cheers my friend.