Originally Posted by PrimalHaze
I'm curious what cannabinoid ratios cannabis had in it pre-domestication days?
Probably it used to be higher in CBD.
Phytochemical and genetic analyses of ancient cannabis from Central Asia
Then humans started using cannabis for its' medicinal properties and found out the oily phenotypes worked best and started selecting them, the plants richest in terpeno´ds (including cannabino´ds).
For whatever reason these are relatively richer in THC than CBD.
For thousands of years they have worked to make cannabis more medicinal, but lately there is a huge effort going on to undo this, which unfortunately is very succesfull.
Strains high in CBD have the least medicinal effect
if any at all (for most people), they are only good for the pharmaceutical maffia.
In the Netherlands this is already known and patient organisations are now warning and advising their members against CBD strains.
Strains high in terpeno´ds on the other hand have the highest medicinal effect.
The more terpeno´ds the higher it's rated by medical users, exactly 1 point for every 5mg/g.