The cbd pie chart shows the cbd oil profile of each of our three distinct cbd strains. While we don’t know the exact amount of cbd oil that has been taken by each strain, we can at least see that the cbd oil is showing a fairly good profile for each of the three strains.
We’ll look closely at the color-coded chart below. It is almost identical to the one we looked at earlier in this series, but there are a couple differences. The cbd oil profile is darker than the cbd oil profile, so it won’t be used by each strain, but it will have the same color in the next series.
The next set of four images is a bit more difficult to pull apart, and to our eyes, it looks slightly darker than the previous one.
The color-coded chart above is great for visualizing the differences between the three strains. Each strain has a different set of genes (or genes), which are encoded in the DNA of the oil. Each oil strain has a set of genes that are very similar to its own. This is the result of the genes being copied from one another’s DNA during the evolution of the oil. This is why the oil strains all look similar.
The genetics of the strains are the same, so different strains from the same strain will have the exact same genes, but they will all look different in the oil. This is why the oil strains look the same, but they actually have different colors.
An oil strain will have the same color as the oil strain, and the color varies with the oil.
The cbd pie chart isn’t actually a pie chart, it’s a chart that shows the ratio of the amount of genes from each gene type to the amount of genes from some other gene type. Basically, the more genetically similar the two genes that are, the higher the ratio. So, for instance, a yellow gene is more likely to be in your DNA than a blue gene.
This is a little strange, but it would be nice to see the color of the oil strains, so for instance, a white strain would be more likely to be in your DNA than a red strain.
The idea is that oil is being used in the industry to make paint that is more transparent, so if you have a green strain your paint won’t show through yellow, but if you have a yellow strain, then your yellow paint will show through your green paint.
With this in mind, we had a little chat with some people at the Canadian Oilseed Association who have made this claim. They said that the idea is to use a yellow strain of cannabis to make a product that is more transparent; the same way you would use a yellow paint if you had a yellow gene. They also said that if you have a red gene you would use red oil, which would lead to black paint.