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bigDbudhead

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There are two ways they go about it. First, if you're dealing with most employment situations, they will most likely use the cheapest test possible, which would be either a five-panel assay type test, or a strip test. These tests are cheap when bought in high volume, and companies like them because they are a cost saver. The second way it is done is by GC/MS (gas chromatography/Mass spectronomy) which is a real lab test that has to be sent out for results. Not many companies want to absorb this cost, but if you're dealing with the government or a large firm, it may be a possibility. Both types of test measure results against the 50ng/ml (50 nanograms of thc metabolites per one millileter of urine) standard. There are several ways to beat the test. Check the threads for solutions.
 

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i meant the levels of thc in bud, like websites will say "thc: 15-20%" how do they figure out the percentage?
 

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i've heard/read that it's hard to pinpoint the % because the thc varies too much? Might be wrong. All you gotta know is: Find cannabudder and smoke it and you won't care about percentages anymore.
 

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i dont really care to much, i was just wondering. no one knows?
 

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why dont you go look for the answer and then post it....educate a *************
 

username812

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you dont think i would look for myself first? im not that lazy...
 

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"Phenol contents of glands and other tissues were examined by thin layer chromatography (TLC), gas liquid chromatography-mass spectroscopy (GC-MS) and nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry (NMR), and terpenes were analyzed by GC-MS (Hammond and Mahlberg, 1992, 1990, unpublished)."


"Maturing bracts from pistillate plants of each clone were collected for analysis. Bracts sampled were selected at 1 mm intervals from 2 mm (very young) to 9 mm (mature) in length. A minimum of three bracts of each length was processed for scanning electron microscopy (SEM) while many bracts of each length were processed for analysis by gas-liquid chromatography (GLC). Bract samples were collected at 1500 h on three consecutive days (one clone per day) during late October 1979.
Gas-liquid chromatography and scanning electron microscopy"
 

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thank you very much, its a tad more complicated than i thought it would be, but it answers my question. where did you find that?
 

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can't tell ya'..If I told you , I'd have to kill you..:p

I have it in my notes. I don't recall exactly where it came from, sorry,
 

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