Cannabis A Universal Helper and Medicine Part VIII: Harvesting

In our last installment, we spoke about the medicinal treasure trove found in the cannabis’s female flowers.

Today we will talk about harvesting and the correct processing of this herb in order to have this effective and versatile natural cure at our disposal all year round.

Autumn is harvest time, and that also applies to cannabis, which can be carefully cultivated beginning in spring.

The majority of cannabis grown in North America is mature from September to November, depending on the specific strain and locality (altitude and geographic position – there is a huge difference, for example, between southern Arizona and northern Maine or British Columbia).

Generally, the earlier the plants mature, the better, because late blight can set in in September through October, which is a nightmare for the majority of growers.


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