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Earn from 2 to 15 delicious coins.
2 coins = €0.20 and 15 coins = €1.50.

Starting at: €10.00

Starting at: €10.00

Earn from 2 to 15 delicious coins.
2 coins = €0.20 and 15 coins = €1.50.

Outdoors, cold nights are helpful to increase the coloration of cannabis plants, but they are not necessarily helpful to improve their potency. In general, cold temperatures negatively affect the THC production. It is very important to stop using nitrogen in the second half of flowering and completely stop fertilizing in the last two weeks of life of the plants to help enhancing the use of the nutrient reserves present in the leaves and also to help enhancing the red, purple and blue tones.

About 95% of the specimens from The Red Family genetic collection acquire these shades (purple, reddish or bluish) in the buds during flowering and some individuals even develop this type of colors in the leaves, also during the flowering stage. Once harvested and dried, the flowers acquire a very dark purple tone, almost black.

In studies with rats it has been observed that anthocyanins are able to cross the blood-brain barrier and reach the areas of the brain responsible for learning and memory. It is possible that the presence of anthocyanins may have an impact in the cannabis effects on short-term memory, potentiating or mitigating them.

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Some flavonoids inhibit certain liver enzymes and could influence the pharmacokinetics of THC in the liver and therefore in the perception of the effect of cannabis itself.

Most of the cannabis plants we know produce green buds. However, the strains from The Red Family come out of the pattern and adopt reddish, purple or bluish tones. The adjectives red, purple and blue stimulate the curiosity of the growers but, in cannabis, the color is not only a matter of aesthetic beauty. They are the expression of a whole range of very special molecules. We are talking about the anthocyanins, which are also responsible for the coloration of many dark fruits and for most of the autumnal tones.

Most of these flavonoids and anthocyanins can present a synergic behaviour working collectively with the cannabinoids and terpenes also present in the cannabis plant, enhancing their effect by acting together. For example, there are cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids with anti-inflammatory effects and, without any doubt, the overall effect of several of them, all together, increases the therapeutic effect through synergies and different ways of acting.

Flavonoids in general, and anthocyanins in particular, feature important pharmacological and therapeutic properties that have incited the interest of scientists. They have shown several properties in in vitro tests. Among other properties, they are antioxidants, antiallergic, antibiotics, anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective and anti-carcinogenic.