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Table of Contents:. That said, there seems to be a major philosophical and energetic stumbling block regarding cannabis concentrates, and many share the same feeling. Humans made this stuff, not nature. There are many real examples of situations where man has taken something that was whole and breaks it down into its individual parts, reductionist science , and usually it produces products of substantially lower quality.
Sometimes it ends in disaster. So unless cannabis is an anomaly, and somehow avoids this fate, extracting and processing cannabis with solvents might not be a great idea in the long run. Modern processing rips it apart, turning it into a thousand different products, all of which are lower quality and inferior to what the person would have gotten had they just eaten the whole corn, ex.
The vitamin C ascorbic acid that is made from corn is mostly un-useable by the human body — you wind up peeing most of it out as really yellow pee. This is because there are other co-factors, rutins, etc. The end result is a less healthy human and a less healthy planet.
Look at commercial agriculture. They have basically taken the whole product some manure for example and broken it down into its individual constituents synthetic nitrogen and fertilizers. The end result? Sick people and dead soil. There are similar examples all throughout modern agriculture, which leads one to think what unintended consequences could society be looking at from turning cannabis from something whole, as we evolved with for millennia, into something that is no longer whole?
What subtle energetic effects could be happening as a result of purging our medicine in butane or other solvents? Even if it is medical grade butane! Let me suggest one possible example that concerns me. Ever notice no one seems to get cancer from smoking herb? It turns out there are built in anti-cancer compounds in whole cannabis. What if this mechanism was somehow defeated when the product is no longer consumed whole? I am writing this article to start a conversation.
Hydro vs. Check Price of The Cannabible on Amazon. Jason King is the author of The Cannabible series of books, as well as a farmer and musician, among other things.
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Interesting points Jason. I have been using cannabis infused coconut oil, I think a safer option then BHO. Hey Jason We met at phish Vegas Helped you see god. Wanted to touch base. Please hit me back Reply.
The Cannabible Collection (3 Volume Set)
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