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"In 1975, the research team of Crombie and Crombie grafted hops scions on Cannabis stocks from both hemp and marijuana (Thailand) plants 205. Cannabis scions were also grafted to hops stocks. In both cases, the Cannabis portion of the graft continued to produce its characteristic amounts of cannabinoids when compared to ungrafted controls, but the hops portions of the grafts contained no cannabinoids. This experiment was well-designed and carried out. Sophisticated methods were used for detecting THC, THCV, CBD, CBC, CBN, and CBG. Yet none of these were detected in the hops portions."
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nature is resourceful, just beacuse a similiar chemical isnt on a particular pathway, that doesnt mean a organism doesnt posess the ability to transform it. hell its(5-htp) cheap give it a try if you are interested. it is an active brain chemical, similiar in efffects to serotonin. tryptamine is fairly pricy. the base chemical structure of all the chemicals discussed is very similiar. peace out.
course its hard to hide a hardon when you are dressed like minnie pearl
hi, thought this might interest you. in stammets book "psilocybin mushrooms of the world" he quotes a study by Gartz (on page 24,36) suggesting that canarygrass (sp. Phalaris) which has high levels of indoles, i.e., tryptamine, DHT, etc. used as a substrate will increase the usual amount of psilocybin in the final product.
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