June 29, 2013
Historically, [Executive Director Gene] Lester said, the crop has been bred to get the highest THC content. But it turns out that most medical patients don't find that to be ideal, he said. So there's a reversal going on. "What our folks are doing is trying to breed it back — where you don't get the high, but you get the medicinal properties."
...Lester said the location will be kept confidential. "The only people who will ever know where it is are our registered patients," he said.http://www.420magazine.com/forums/inter ... ruces.html