Research shows that a healthy balance between CBD and THC is what really fights disease, but landrace cannabis (unhybridized, wild strains) are virtually unheard of today. Growers have been hybridizing strains of skunk to maximize THC, or other strains with high amounts of CBD to maximize other potential uses, but this may prove to be inferior to nature as research into the subject grows.
Time will show that wild strains are the most medicinal, as Torah says in Deuteronomy 22:9. “Do not let your seed lay with a diverse kind, for it’s fruit will be defiled. ”
This applies to monocropping, GMO’s, overly glutinous wheat, and indigestible corn. Why wouldn’t it apply to medicinal cannabis?
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