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Old 03-13-2017, 10:51 AM #301
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I love how this is a plant we've been breeding and manipulating for hundreds of years, if not more, in order to serve our needs yet we've only just recently started taking notes.
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I added #299 & 277 at the bottom. Just drop the DOI number into sci-hub.cc and find them all complete.
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Introduction to the Special Issue on Cannabis
Dennis J. Gray, Robert C. Clarke & Robert N. Trigiano
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences,
DOI: 10.1080/07352689.2016.1267492


Current and Future Needs and Applications for Cannabis
Dennis J. Gray, Hailie Baker, Kayla Clancy, Robert C. Clarke, Kymron
deCesare, John Fike, Matthew J. Gibbs, Franjo Grotenhermen, Nolan C. Kane,
Kyle G. Keepers, Donald P. Land, Ryan C. Lynch, J. Paul Mendieta, Mark
Merlin, Kirsten Müller-Vahl, Christopher S. Pauli, Brian J. Pearson, Bailey
Rhan, Travis C. Ruthenberg, C. J. Schwartz,
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences
DOI: 10.1080/07352689.2017.1284529



Genetic and Genomic Tools for Cannabis sativa
Daniela Vergara, Halie Baker, Kayla Clancy, Kyle G. Keepers, J. Paul Mendieta, Christopher S. Pauli, Silas B. Tittes, Kristin H. White & Nolan C. Kane
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences,
DOI:10.1080/07352689.2016.1267496


Industrial Hemp: Renewed Opportunities for an Ancient Crop,
John Fike
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences,
DOI: 10.1080/07352689.2016.1257842


Medicinal Uses of Marijuana and Cannabinoids

Franjo Grotenhermen Dr. med. & Kirsten Müller-Vahl
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences,
DOI:10.1080/07352689.2016.1265360


The Derivation of Modern Cannabis Varieties
Bailey Rahn, Brian J. Pearson, Robert N. Trigiano & Dennis J. Gray
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences,
DOI:10.1080/07352689.2016.1273626


Cannabis Domestication, Breeding History, Present-day Genetic Diversity, and Future Prospects
Robert C. Clarke & Mark D. Merlin
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences
Doi: 10.1080/07352689.2016.1267498


Genomic and Chemical Diversity in Cannabis
Ryan C. Lynch, Daniela Vergara, Silas Tittes, Kristin White, C. J. Schwartz, Matthew J. Gibbs, Travis C. Ruthenburg, Kymron deCesare, Donald P. Land, Nolan C. Kane
Doi: 10.1080/07352689.2016.1265363

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Holy shit, I didn't realize these were complete. Thank you!
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Characterizing the Smell of Marijuana by Odor Impact of Volatile Compounds: An Application of Simultaneous Chemical and Sensory Analysis
Somchai Rice, Jacek A. Koziel
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0144160

https://journals.plos.org/plosone/art...l.pone.0144160
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I found pure THCV does not get me high. I did not like the effect of THCV/THC I find this similar to what happens with CBD/THC, it delays THC's onset, reduces peak experiences, and make the reduced effects last longer.
I look forward to many more studies with many more different Cannabinoids, we have a lot to learn. Medical uses of many different Cannabinoids is what I expect. For recreational, I do not want them, THC and terpenes are my goal.
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The effect of five day dosing with THCV on THC-induced cognitive, psychological and physiological effects in healthy male human volunteers: a placebo-controlled, double-blind, crossover pilot trial.
Amir Englund, Zerrin Atakan, Aleksandra Kralj, Nigel Tunstall, Robin Murray and Paul Morrison
DOI: 10.1177/0269881115615104

Conclusion
In this small pilot study with healthy infrequent cannabis users, results indicate that the dose of 10mg oral THCV is well tolerated with no serious adverse reactions, and was subjectively not distinguishable from placebo. Furthermore, the lower dose of 1mg iv THC did not produce any significant short-term memory impairment, or psychotic or paranoid reactions. THCV significantly inhibited THC-induced impairment to delayed recall as well as THC-induced increase of heart rate. THCV on its own showed signs towards improved performance on the harder working-memory task, while also producing a slight increase in
anxiety. However, these effects were small and need to be further studied in a larger sample.
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Thanks Sam, but this article was too short! What about THCV being an appetitite suppressant ?

Just like CBD, the minute I heard the word THCV I became obsessed and had to grow it/ find it.

I dont have a lab to test, but 2 varieties I was growing at a time were known to be high in THCV, blue city diesel, and jack the ripper. It was around this time last year that I ordered Chupacabra which could also test high THCV.

So far I found that the female chupacabra I kept is very mild, which was contradictory to the first bit I read about THCV which was supposed to create the no ceiling high effects.

Anyway, if my chupacabra is indeed high in THCV, Id have to agree with you that it feels CBDish.

EDIT sorry I found the full article. I was googling the DOI instead of going to sci-hub.cc. got some reading to do now Cheers
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If THCV and CBD delay onset, does THC alone cause instant onset or is there something else that can make it quicker?
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If THCV and CBD delay onset, does THC alone cause instant onset or is there something else that can make it quicker?
The right terpenes can.
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