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  1. Luke

    First of all, great article. If this methods potential would be recognized, it would put gathering cannabinoids to another level. Also for THCV and CBDV it is great, as both of them are rarely (in small quantities) found in cannabis/hemp and need further researching. Although I have to disagree that growing hemp/cannabis isn’t eco friendly. It is true, that it requires quite a lot of water, but it isn’t necessary to use fertilizers, pesticides,etc. Cannabis also helps clean the soil, as it absorbs heavy metals. Of course people strive to maximize the yield production, and because of that they use chemicals. If you use hemp for cannabinoid extraction, you can also use stems to produce paper, ropes, clothes,… I think that with proper growing methods, you (we) can only contribute to nature, not harm it.

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