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Last updated: June 11th, 2016

Good evidence shows that a strain name is not a clear indicator of chemical composition in a given cut of medical marijuana, thus it cannot be used as an indication of potency. THC content can vary greatly strain by strain and even in batches with the same strain name. In some cases, the level of THC can be 5 times higher in the highest sample compared to the lowest sample, most likely as a result of cultivation conditions and slight genetic differences.

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