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RED LEBANESE POLLEN
Red Libanais (Lebanese red) pollen is distinguished first and foremost by its colour. As the name suggests, it tends to be more red, with warm brown tones rather far from the brown, yellow or green hue of classic pollen and resins.
The Lebanese red proves to have more than one ace up its sleeve as it is accompanied by a sweet and balanced taste, contrasting with marked effects.
WHERE DOES THE NAME LEBANESE RED COME FROM?
The name of Lebanese red, sometimes called Lebanese red, simply associates its geographical origin with its natural colour. In fact, red pollen is a speciality of Lebanon, where growers leave some hemp plants in the fields for longer, just like some Moroccan hashish.
Once the plants have partially dried out, the cannabiculturists proceed to harvest it. They then finish drying under cover, until the pollen is extracted, which then has this natural red tint, due to the disappearance of chlorophyll under the effect of sunlight. This produces aparticularly fragrant and potent cannabis pollen with strong spicy notes.
For uses permitted under Law 242/16 derived from floriculture and registered in the common catalogue of varieties for agriculture, for technical use, research and development or collecting and not intended for food or pharmaceutical use. Non-narcotic product, THC within legal limits.
Further regulatory insights can be found in the following regulatory sources.
- Law on Hemp of 2 December 2016, no. 242 , published in OJ no. 304 of 30-12-2016;
- Presidential Decree no. 309 of 9 October 1990, Consolidated Law on Narcotic Drugs;
- Circular of MIPAAF 22 May 2018, "Circular on cultivation methods and rules for floriculture";
- The European Reg.-Delegated-No. 639-2014;
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