Final In Juicing Trilogy

Well, the lab reports are back and pretty much as expected, the 30 large Omrita leaves had 11 mg TOTAL of CBD and THC. The claims made by some, that there is 500-1000 mg in 25 leaves never made sense and it is just not true.

Patients can expect very little, if any effect, from such a low dose of inactive cannabinoids. We are still waiting for the terpene tests done on the leaves. Perhaps there are some terpenes that may be of value.

As I have stated in my last two blogs: I am not saying that these juices have zero value. I don’t know; nobody knows. However, for professionals in this industry to claim a ridiculous amount of cannabinoids, 500-1000 mg per 25 leaves, is just a massive mis-representation of what is actually in the juice.

So, at least we know that it is around 11 mg per 25 leaf juice drink.
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Test Results

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