Teinture de chanvre suisse - Une...

Teinture de chanvre suisse - Une recette traditionnelle


Teinture de chanvre suisse, fabriquée selon une recette traditionnelle depuis 1995.


Le chanvre transformé a une valeur de THC inférieure à 0.1% et est riche en CBD naturel. Riche en cannabinoïdes, les plus communs étant CBD, CBDA, CBC, CBN, CBG-A.

D'autres composés trouvés dans les extraits sont les terpènes, les acides aminés, les protéines, la chlorophylle, les cétones, les alcanes, les glycosides, les lipides, les vitamines et les avonoïdes.

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