“In My Grow Show” Ep 25

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Ep. 25 is about calcium deficiency and figuring out the dosage of those homemade edibles.

Correction Liz Rogan is not Dr Margarett Peterson

Strain of the Week Cherry AK 47:  AK-47 mixes Colombian, Mexican, Thai, and Afghani varieties, While AK-47’s scent is sour and earthy, its sweet floral notes can only be fully realized in the taste.  Created in 1992 by Serious Seeds, AK-47 This strain is a rare cherry phenotype of AK-47. With its reddish-purple characteristics and cherry aroma. This strain’s flavors are described as smooth cherry with a creamy sandalwood aftertaste. With a THC level of up to 16% and a CBD level of 0.5%, Cherry AK-47 “creeps” up from a cerebral effect to a complete body sensation.

-Stuff to talk about. Cannabis packaging,  “Grow Magazine”

-Report from the cannabis front line

-Calcium deficiency

-Calculating edibles dosage

Cannabis

1 gram of cannabis = 1000 milligrams

If cannabis has 25% THC

25% of 1000 milligrams is 250 milligrams

I.e.  3.6g (⅛ oz) of cannabis = 3600 milligrams

25% THC of 3600 =  900 mg THC

Extracted into 1 cup (8 oz) of butter, the butter will now have 900 mg of THC.

Dosage

When you use 1/2 cup of that butter to make 36 cookies, then 

that batch will have 450 milligrams. Divide 450 mg by the number of cookies.  For 36 cookies there will be about 12.5 milligrams of THC in each cookie.

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Jerry Harris – Just a Love We Need

Street Eaters – Witch

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