How Pro Labs Figure Out % THC of Strains

<p>Today I talk about how companies measure that THC% you hear about so much. I have previously blogged on the evolving potency level of Cannabis. How potent it is has greatly changed over the last several decades, from averages in the low single digits to the low double digits (see the episode link below for more info). But as for HOW it is measured, that is done using lab testing and a tool called a Chromatograph. Using a GC-MS Test on a sample of resin off the buds gives you all the numbers you need; the only catch is you have to be a trained chemist to use the equipment properly. Yes, it is possible to buy such a machine on your own and learn to use it, for a smart person, but it won&#39;t be fun if a part breaks on it.</p> <p>You can help me LOTS just by shopping at my Amazon Store...all grow gear and paraphernalia hand-picked by me: https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer-945853a8</p> <p>Have an urgent question for me? Need to get in touch? Check Out my Patreon for more info: https://www.patreon.com/Lexsworld</p> <p>My video on THCA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0u4Q7qNgaVs</p> <p>The video in which I mention the difference between advertised strain potency and what typical growers ACTUALLY get: https://www.theweedtube.com/how-much-more-potent-has-weed-become-since-1980s/</p> <p>My Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lexsworld</p> <p>My Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lexsworld</p> <p>SEEDS: Please go to the following URL for worldwide shipping from a reliable company + a deal on seeds (if the link doesn&#39;t work, you gotta pause Adblock, also, make sure you favorite this link): https://www.seedsman.com/en/cannabis-seeds/?a_aid=LexsWorld</p>