Posted by m hess on January 07, 1999 at 17:37:18:
In Reply to: THC Acid (in its non-psychoactive state) posted by Don Raferty on 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?
Are levels of THC in the blood effected by weigt loss
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