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AvalancheLily: I noticed that your new strain is predominately THCa...
"The most exciting potential for THCA might be found in an Austrian study, which proved an ability to protect dopaminergic neurons against cell death (translation: this aspect of weed can actually protect your brain). This could have huge impact on those afflicted with Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases. THCA shows promise towards acting as an anti-spasmodic and aiding in the destruction of diseased cells (which could help combat cancer) as well.
THCA has also garnered a reputation for help with muscle soreness among athletes. While this adds credence to the cannabinoid’s anti-inflammatory and pain relief prowess, the popularity might be more closely connected to the incorrect persistent myth that THCA will not show up on a drug test. Not only will it show up on a drug test, because our bodies have the ability to turn THC back into TCHA after being processed by the liver, it’s one of the primary things looked for on a drug test. Make sure this isn’t a factor when you’re shopping."