Study suggests the DNA doesn’t match the THC when it comes to marijuana strains
Not to harsh your mellow, but a new study suggests that labelling of marijuana, even by medical growers, is frequently inaccurate.
Dr. Jonathan Page of UBC’s Department of Botany says users who seek out specific strains for medical or other reasons will often find their weed is not as advertised.
“Those classifications are actually quite inaccurate. The plants that were reported to be sativa were often not genetically sativa, and vice versa with indica as well,” he said.
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