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Fungal Abatement in Medical Cannabis - Tips on Producing a Crop Free of Mold, Yeast and Bacterial Contamination

Whether the Cannabis grower uses indoor or outdoor cultivation strategies, successful fungi abatement protocols can assure higher yields and reduced losses. The following discussion is written for the grower who wishes to reduce or completely stop the use of fungicides whose residues can be harmful to human physiology. It is near impossible to grow any cultivation without any fungal contamination, so keep this in mind. While the following concepts may be close to organic, they are surely all natural and use current knowledge of the fungal growth habit to reduce its impact on healthy plant growth and overall crop yield.

Inside the Company Making Sure Your Pot is Strong (and Safe)

Thanks to Ariel from for publishing this great article about CW Analytical and how we are trying to change the medical cannabis industry in California. Read on!

Inside The Company Making Sure Your Pot Is Strong (And Safe)
As legalized marijuana becomes more prevalent, it’s becoming more important to hold it to the same quality and safety standards that we use for anything else we put in our bodies. Take a trip inside medical cannabis testing company CW Analytical, which tests weed for potency and contamination.

Do Cannabinoids Cure Cancer?

We often get questions from patients or their loving friends and family who are desperately seeking a "miracle cure" from Cannabis or Cannabis concentrates. Many of them have watched videos from cancer patients on the internet claiming that these concentrates have cured their cancer. Unfortunately, we cannot support these claims and they can only be seen as anecdotal, rather than hard evidence. Cannabis has, however, been proven effective for symptoms of cancer and the side-effects of common treatments, such as: nausea, pain, insomnia, and loss of appetite.

Cannabis-Infused Edibles

For decades, members of the marijuana movement in America have been experimenting with
Cannabis-infused edible products. Whether it was brownies or cookies, kitchens across the land began grinding in leaves and flowers of Cannabis to make a variety of baked products for those so inclined. From the very onset, Cannabis-infused edibles caused a controversy, as none of the formulators knew anything about how strong they were making their products, and therefore could not predict how anyone would react until they ingested. This trial and error was, until now, the only way a person could judge the strength and efficacy of a particular edible.