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TYPE OF RESEARCH CHEMICALS

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing! Research chemicals contain psychoactive substances of varying types and amounts. The ingredients are often not listed—or not listed correctly—and vary batch-by-batch, so the purchaser will not definitively know what he or she is taking. The Alcohol and Drug Foundation explains that active ingredients found in numerous NPS can be classified as research chemicals. The labeling of research chemicals often includes these main active ingredients, yet the labeling is not always accurate. Some research chemicals are synthetic…

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CONCENTRATES EXPERIENCE THE SAME CHANGES

Just like cannabis flower, concentrates experience the same chemical changes when left exposed to the elements. Alongside the cannabinoids that have broken down over time, the terpenes will also degrade, so expect aged concentrates to be both higher in CBN and lower in flavour. It is possible to retain the majority of a concentrate’s integrity as long as it is stored correctly. The exact rate of degradation has yet to be scientifically tested, but it can be slowed as long as we remove the two factors that cause the chemical change in…

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DOES CANNABIS GO BAD OVER TIME?

CANNABIS DOESN’T HAVE A “SELL-BY” DATE Even the most diligent stoner has misplaced that small bag of bud they bought a few months back. And like a prodigal son returning to his kingdom, finding that bag of weed feels like all your Christmases have come at once. The trouble is, your once prized marijuana now looks a little worse for wear. Those once vibrant green buds now appear brown and slightly dishevelled. Naturally, our thoughts turn to the most obvious question: can I smoke weed that is months old? Cannabis…

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TYPES OF SYNTHETIC DRUGS

One of the problems with synthetic drugs is that, as part of the efforts vendors make to create technically legal substances, the formulations continue to change, making it difficult to keep up with what the products contain and how they affect the body. However, these drugs generally fall into several groups that are similar to more commonly known drugs. This similarity is often a part of the design of these drugs. For example, synthetic cannabinoids are frequently compared to marijuana because they have a similar effect on the body. As a result,…

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