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Debunking the THC Myth: Why a Higher THC Percentage Isn’t Necessarily Better

Debunking the THC Myth: Why a Higher THC Percentage Isn’t Necessarily Better

Imagine walking into a liquor store in search of the perfect bottle of alcohol. “Which one’s the highest proof?” you ask the clerk, scouring each label for the alcohol content of each.

After carefully reading each label, you walk out with several bottles of 190 proof, 95% alcohol, “might-as-well-be-drinking-battery-acid” Everclear.

Seems unlikely, right? Even ludicrous?

Unfortunately, this scenario is not unlike what’s happening at cannabis retail shops and dispensaries across the (legal) nation: Many consumers are walking in and demanding the highest THC content available, often without realizing that the THC percentage of any particular flower is only one indicator of the resulting high.

Debunking the THC Myth: Why a Higher THC Percentage Isn’t Necessarily Better






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