Introduction to THC Ratings
My question: “Does that really matter?”
Choosing which product is best for you can be an intimidating process, especially when you realize how many choices you have. There are plenty of misconceptions about marijuana, these misconceptions can lead you to make the wrong decision. It is important to take all of this into consideration before you make a purchase. In the following 3 blog posts, we will look at what this rating should really mean for the cannabis connoisseur, medicinal marijuana patient or even a Newby. First, we’ll examine the reliability of the tests. Then we’ll discuss exactly how Tetrahydrocannabinol tends to affect the high. Finally, we’ll think about how grandpa & grandma got high and where the new BIG THC Exotic Strains may be heading.
Bottom line, there is a whole lot more to the high than just the size of the THC number. Put this together with the fact that tests can be highly variable, inaccurate and not reflective of the end user stash, and you start to appreciate why with cannabis, the size of your Tetrahydrocannabinol number is not really what matters.
At Direct, we strongly advise our clients to try all our varieties, regardless of how BIG or SMALL the THC number. Our Mix Match Z-Best Deal product offers substantial discount to encourage clients to purchase a variety OZ. So, you can give it all a try! Who knows, for you, the perfect fit might not really be the strain with the biggest THC. These are some key points to consider when you are looking for your next weed delivery. Stay tuned for the next post regarding the process of testing for the Tetrahydrocannabinol Percentages.