Originally Posted by ronbo51
In the end the DEA apologized, returned the products, and were given the guidance to not include the A in THCa. I don't know why. Obviously all the acid is converted upon combustion. It really opens up the door though on the available varieties.
I mean, really it opens the door to selling flower with enough THCa to get people high. If, say, 90-95% of THC is present as the acid, then 3-6% total THC could test legal. Thereby, (low potency) marijuana is legal? It also opens up the door for much lower ratio strains with significant THC content, but that are still CBD dominant.
Although, if the bust occurred last year, it would have been under the 2014 wording, which didn't include the word decarboxylation anywhere.
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