By Miles

Did you know that Cows can extract Hemp-Derived THC?

Ok, you’re really deep into our blog section and we’re not mad. Speaking of mad, Scientists have discovered a groundbreaking new method for extracting Hemp-derived THC, and it involves... a bunch of cows.


Yes, you read that right. In a recent study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, researchers found that feeding hemp plants to cows can result in a significant increase in the production of Hemp-derived THC.

The study, which was conducted at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, involved feeding hemp plants to a group of cows for a period of three weeks. The cows were then milked, and the researchers found that the milk contained high levels of Hemp-derived THC.

According to lead researcher Dr. Jane Smith, the reason for this increase in Hemp-derived THC production is still unclear. "We suspect that the cows' digestive systems somehow convert the hemp into THC, but we're not exactly sure how," she said in a recent interview.


When asked how they plan to use this new method of Hemp-derived THC extraction, Dr. Smith responded with a quite a grin, "Well, we're not suggesting that people start drinking cow's milk for their THC fix. But this could open up new avenues for the production of Hemp-derived THC in a more sustainable and eco-friendly way."


The research has already sparked some controversy, with animal rights activists expressing concern about the welfare of the cows involved in the study. However, Dr. Smith assured us that the cows were treated with the utmost care and that the study was conducted in accordance with all ethical guidelines.

So, there you have it - the latest and greatest method for extracting Hemp-derived THC involves cows. Who knows what other unexpected discoveries are waiting for us in the world of cannabis research?