This product has NOT been radiated.

Radiated and non-radiated marijuana refer to two distinct methods of treatment applied to cannabis plants. Radiated marijuana, often termed “radiation sterilization,” involves exposing the cannabis to ionizing radiation such as gamma rays or electron beams. This process aims to eliminate microorganisms like bacteria, fungi, and insects that may be present on the plant material. Proponents argue that radiated cannabis is safer in terms of microbial contamination, particularly for individuals with compromised immune systems or those sensitive to pathogens.

On the other hand, non-radiated marijuana refers to cannabis that has not undergone radiation sterilization. Instead, non-radiated products are typically treated through methods such as heat pasteurization, ozone treatment, or simply rigorous quality control measures during cultivation and processing. Advocates of non-radiated cannabis argue that this preserves the natural integrity and potentially beneficial microbial content of the plant, which they believe contributes to the overall effects and flavor profile.

The debate between radiated and non-radiated marijuana centers on safety, quality, and consumer preference. Regulatory bodies in some regions require radiation sterilization for medical cannabis to ensure microbial safety, while others allow non-radiated products under stringent quality control. Consumers often choose based on their health concerns, belief in natural versus processed products, and accessibility of specific strains or products in their region. Both methods continue to evolve alongside advancements in cannabis cultivation and processing technologies.

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