THC Acid (in its non-psychoactive state)

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Posted by Don Raferty June 11, 1998 at 04:02:05:

When THC (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid) is "UNRIPE", that is to say it is NOT PSYCHOACTIVE because it has not been converted by the process known as Decarboxylation.

If a person consumes THC ACID in its "non-psychoactive" state and, therefore, does not experience a "high", will the blood, hair and urine tests nevertheless reveal the consumption of "Marijuana"?

I know of a situation where someone was arrested and tested positive for the consumption of marijuana. That person swears they had never been high on marijuana.

How is it possible that THC was found in the hair, blood and urine? What are the sources of non-psychoactive THC acid?

And is it not possible for tests to indicate or distinguish whether the THC in your body is psychoactive or non-psychoactive?

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