Adding certain ingredients to the soil that is embracing your cannabis plant can be beneficial, even adding certain products that are not intended for food consumption. A little sulphur in the dirt can actually help a plant grow as well as protect it from the environment. Extremely delicate applications of H2O2 (aka hydrogen peroxide) can sterilize the soil and help a plant’s roots by encouraging oxygen.
If this is going to be attempted, you must err on the side of caution. If different complements are added to the dirt, leaves- and especially flowers- without care by repeatedly fogging an entire crop, prepare for some foul results. Too much oxygen and sulphur can burn the plant’s crucial components and leave behind undesirable toxic residues.
Albeit, in the agriculture world one can find vile synthetic options that are far worse. These harsh, banned sprays can make familiar products seem milder in comparison. Less harmful is great, but what if you want truly safe alternatives?
In the natural world, the neutralizing combination of oxidants and antioxidants seems to be common. A benefit to us as we need a perfect balance of both for good health- not too much or too little. Sitting perfectly in the middle is not so easily achieved.
This is Cannabis’ forte. It is brilliant at keeping that balance, which explains a nearly perfect safety record. It is not an anti or pro anything, it’s really just a regulator of everything! Even inflammation. Even Itself!
In your body, certain terpenes, organosulphurs, and cannabinoids that have not yet broken down will scavenge and destroy harmful molecules that been created through decay. Cannabis, and even garlic, may have the ability to prevent any risk they create. Although, the bulbous pods of garlic may be far too rich in those sulphurs to be desirable. Our appreciation goes to delicate plant structures when they can be found in harmony.
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