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And herein lies a modern concern: How does a novice shopper make an informed purchase? Can they keep up? Can they even understand what the products are when the names are so, well, odd (though some counter that pharmaceuticals sound just as nonsensical).
For Andrew DeAngelo, a longtime cannabis business consultant and co-founder of Harborside Dispensary in Oakland, California, the future is about building a responsible industry—with labels that accurately describe what’s inside and names that are chosen wisely. Consumers are often confused about the two primary types of cannabis sold at dispensaries, indica and sativa, which growers claim have traits like relaxation (indica) or energy (sativa), the latter tending to be higher in THC. Even with more descriptive names, consumers might not be guaranteed to get exactly what they’re looking for.
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Measuring the psychotropic and other properties of a particular cultivar takes expensive DNA tests, DeAngelo explains. And there continues to be an ongoing debate about the clear distinctions between indica and sativa after years of crossbreeding, a debate that goes back to 1753 when Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus classified cannabis as “sativa,” meaning something cultivated.Sex Dolls For Men
“It’s kind of a hot mess right now,” admits DeAngelo, whose primary concern over this lack of consistency is political or federal repercussions.
Actor Jim Belushi, who opened Belushi Farms along the Rogue River in Oregon 15 years ago, is purposeful about his crop: He seeks original landrace strains that tell stories of grass from the past. The most endearing harkens to the 1970s; his late brother, comedian John Belushi; and the “Saturday Night Live” cast.
Known as the “Smell of SNL” for the aroma that wafted “down the halls of the 17th floor of Rockefeller Center,” says Belushi, Gulzar Afghanica is a landrace strain, the parent from which many modern hybrids have been bred. Its seeds were brought to the U.S. from Afghanistan by “Captain Jack,” a then-anonymous grower who provided that former SNL cast with a plant-based source of inspiration.Tantaly Sex Doll
As Belushi tells it, the real (Captain) Jack Murtha then took the seeds to California’s marijuana growing grounds, Mendocino County, where he cultivated but didn’t hybridize them, making Gulzar one of few purebreds remaining in a sea of hybrids.Lesbian Sex Doll
“I’m sure the ‘Coneheads’ came out of it,” said Belushi, referring to the cannabis as inspiration for the 1977 SNL sketches starring Jane Curtain and Dan Aykroyd as bumbling aliens with bald, cone-shaped heads. “It’s a very creative strain.”