THC


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THC

(organic chemistry)
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John Grenville, THC research officer, narrowly beat Morgan (ASE) by 87 to 84 votes after preferences.
Esto se ha observado principalmente en Europa, donde probablemente nuevos metodos de cultivo han provocado el aumento de THC en la planta.
The shelled hemp seeds used in food typically contain less than three parts per million (ppm) of THC each.
Oral administration of THC resulted in significant inhibition of disease progression.
I'm certain the transition to THC management, under the able leadership of Bill McCreary, one of the top executives in the hospitality world, will be a smooth one.
Also, while everyone agrees that today's marijuana is more potent than that of the 1 960s, some dispute the estimate quoted in this report that it has 15 times the THC content.
In both rats and mice, no increased incidences of neoplasms were considered related to the administration of THC (3,4).
Requirements for extremely low THC levels in hemp may also lead to the monopolization of the seed market by federally-sanctioned producers, as is the case in France.
The chief mood-altering drug in marijuana is THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which passes rapidly from the bloodstream into the brain, fatty tissue, and reproductive organs.
With his company Hound Labs, Mike Lynn is developing a marijuana breathalyzer that tests for THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, on people's breaths.
While this research is an important step forward, more research will still be needed to understand how breath levels of THC correlate with blood levels, and what blood levels of THC indicate that a person is too impaired to drive.