Mountain Medic -
I certainly get the medicinal reasons. I guess I’m asking why the effort into cbd, when same effort into reg strains is more profitable.
Where reg weed is not currently legal, do they really give cbd a pass if it has a sticker in it saying less than x%?
There's CBD shops all over my town and medical is barely legal in Montana.
No doubt, but if someone has a greenhouse full of flowering ‘cbd- less than 3% thc’ plants, and the cops found it, they would probably say ‘yeah right cbd- chop!’
they can’t be doing on site testing for thc %.
It just seems like the same risk where recreational is still illegal. And if it were legal, why not grow more profitably?
i am not taking into account any beneficial aspects of high quality cbd, and I applaud growers who do. I’m just curious what drove that decision.