Plants that produce high levels of THC express a gene code for THCA, which converts CBG into THCA, which in turn becomes THC when heated, a process called decarboxylation. These plants are both indica and sativa strains, as well as hybrid varieties.
Some plants express genes that are coded for CBDA, which converts CBG into CBDA, which is the precursor of CBD and converts through decarboxylation. These plants are generally hybrid varieties with a tendency toward sativa dominance with varying amounts of both indica and sativa qualities in CBD strains.
This less common species was identified in 1924 in southern Siberia and grows wild in other areas of Russia. The origin of the name ruderalis comes from the Latin word rudera or ruderal. A ruderal plant species grows on distressed land, on waste ground, and along roadsides and other disturbed areas. This species gives the term weed or ditch weed a deeper meaning.
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Unlike sativa and indica strains, ruderalis strains do not depend on light cycles to flower and have an automatic flowering cycle given a number of days. 464 Although it has almost no THC, some breeders are choosing ruderalis strains for their higher levels of CBN (cannabinol), which are proving to have many medicinal benefits, including sleep suppor
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