Montanan’s are not the only ones struggling with the issue of when in is medical marijuana usable? New debate: When is medical marijuana Usable? Well, as a good student, I refer to the law at hand for their definition of usable Marijuana.
Section 2. Definitions. As used in [sections 1 through 23], the following definitions apply:
(20) (a) “Usable marijuana” means the dried leaves and flowers of the marijuana plant and any mixtures or preparations of the dried leaves and flowers that are appropriate for the use of marijuana by a person with a debilitating medical condition.
(b) The term does not include the seeds, stalks, and roots of the plant.
Section 5. Provider types — requirements — limitations — activities.
(1) The department shall issue a registry identification card to or renew a card for the person who is named as a provider or marijuana-infused products provider in a registered cardholder’s approved application if the person submits to the department:
(e) a statement, on a form prescribed by the department, that the person will not divert to any other person the marijuana that the person cultivates or manufactures for a registered cardholder;
(6) A provider or marijuana-infused products provider may not:
(b) buy or sell mature marijuana plants, seedlings, cuttings, clones, usable marijuana, or
marijuana-infused products; or
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When medical marijuana is added to chloroform, for instance, it no longer qualifies as usable marijuana. No person can use the medical marijuana once it is added to an adulterant. To make analysis possible, a patient or provider would weigh 1 gram of cannabis and add it to the NEW Montana Biotech medical marijuana sample collection method. If concern over sample collection continues, contact Montana Biotech for other options that are available. If you are a patient providing for yourself, SB423 does not effect you submitting samples in anyway! Samples will be prepared in a way that the “useable medical marijuana” is rendered useless due to the addition of adulterants so human consumption is impossible.
Montana Biotech is a lab focusing on RE-discovering the science behind cannabis. Cannabinoids are the therapeutic compounds found in the cannabis genus. Both hemp and marijuana produce phyto-cannabinoids. The true difference between cannabis hemp and cannabis marijuana is the plants ability to produce, enzymaticaly, THCA. New discoveries have lead researchers to the hypothesis that it is the functionality of the enzyme, THCA synthase, not the absence of the gene coding for the enzyme that differentiates marijuana varieties from cannabis hemp varieties. Plant derived cannabinoids, phytocannabinoids, are created by the cannabis plant through a single enzyme catalyzed reaction. Each cannabinoid has a corresponding enzyme catalyzing their creation. CBN is the only known cannabinoid NOT derived from an enzymatic process; instead CBN is a degradation product, UV light exposure, heating, of THC.
Cannabis potency testing has come of age! Knowing the cannabinoid profile of a cannabis strain or variety will help providers of medical cannabis fit a patients’ condition to a medicine they will benefit from the best. Montana Biotech offers cannabinoid potency testing in Montana. There are two types of testing that can be employed by a laboratory or individual to analyze their cannabis, qualitative and quantitative.
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