Fake weed: Why does government marijuana look so weird?
|Fake weed: Why does government marijuana look so weird?||Darrell Miller||03/27/17|
March 27, 2017 08:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (email@example.com)
Subject: Fake weed: Why does government marijuana look so weird?
The government, yet again, is trying to control/discourage research and development of products related to marijuana. Outlined here is how the only products available for research studies are outdated, ineffective, and poor quality marijuana plants. Most plants that are used are grown in outdated environments and conditions. In states where the plant is legal, it can't be used for research purposes. The product must be the sub-standard, government issued plants. People who could benefit from this research, should pay attention to, and follow-up on this report.
- The only legal way to possess marijuana is if you are doing research through federal grants.
- The University of Mississippi is the only federally legal cultivator of marijuana.
- Commercial THC levels outdo the research THC levels making it hard to research.
"Photographs of the government marijuana samples received by Sisley show a substance that bears almost no resemblance to commercial marijuana."
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