Test analysis and profile-effect relationship

By testing more than 25,000 varieties of Cannabis (marijuana) in the past 8 years, we have gained a wealth of knowledge and experience regarding the variation between Cannabis varieties, the number of chemotypes present (cannabinoid profile or fingerprint) and the variation in strength and potential between species.

This information made the following possible;

1-Conducting so-called fingerprint effect studies with the help of panels, individuals and general knowledge about how a species works. Why, for example, does a White Widow first activate and at the same time also work sedative (stoned)? And why does this increase in the course of administering. In fact, we have been able to trace all known effects of Cannabis, but also the medicinal effects, to combinations of cannabinoids, since this combination determines the effect of (medicinal) marijuana and determines any adverse '' side-effects '' which for the recreational users is so important.

2- A new chemotaxonomic classification system for Cannabis based on the cannabinoid composition

In science a clear classification system of Cannabis is not yet available.
Many publications have been published on this subject, however, without a usable classification. What does prove to be useful is a classification based on the cannabinoids present, which are the chemotypes.

We, however, adhere to the clear (although in dispute) and well established botanical phenotypic (appearance) characteristics of Cannabis with the subtypes: Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica and Cannabis ruderalis. We will however, of the representatives of these subtypes including their crossings, further differentiate and classify them chemotypically into the so-called sub-chemotypes. The latter concerns differences in the mutual concentrations of the cannabinoids within this chemotype.
Thousands of cannabinoid combinations are possible with correspondingly different (side) effects, strength & potential differences and (pharma) effects.

Safety, quality and efficacy can be guaranteed by:

1- Identity Testing of species; Trivial naming and name chemotype
2- Strength determination; quantifying the active components, the cannabinoids
3- Verification of potential claims, efficacy / effectiveness
4- Contaminant testing; pesticides, heavy metals; all biotoxic substances
5- Full characterization of cannabinoid-containing materials; oil, tincture, hashish, flower buds, space cake and so on.
6- Profile effect relationships and potential (efficacy and effectiveness of the species for….)
7- Authenticity determination. Are we dealing with a "White widow" (WW) with indeed a WW profile? A Hashplant with CBD indeed?