Eagle 20 and Myclobutanil in the Context of Cannabis Cultivation and Consumption by Frank Conrad from Colorado Green Lab
In this article, Frank Conrad from Colorado Green Lab explains that during pyrolysis (heating), mycobutanil turns into HCN (hydrogen cyanide). He also highlights the issue that fungicides were found in concentrates when making essential oils, as well as raising the alarm on the fact that myclobutinal goes straight to the bloodstream when inhaled.
This highlights the need for ensuring the Eagle 20EW is truly safe for cannabis consumers. This means, conducting studies on cannabis, and not assuming that just because it is safe for food, it is safe for cannabis consumption, especially when considering that cannabis is consumed using a variety of methods, and especially in concentrated forms.
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