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  1. Zinc
    Zinc is an important trace mineral that provides many different benefits to our health. It is a cofactor responsible for DNA synthesis, protein synthesis, enzymes, cell division, and other metabolic processes. Cannabis thrives when zinc levels are maintained at optimum levels. A deficiency can cause stunted growth, poor flowering, and increased susceptibility to disease. In addition, low zinc levels may affect the taste and aroma of finished cannabis products. Zinc is easily absorbed by the human body at moderate doses, however, high doses can be toxic. Sources of zinc include oyster shell, kelp meal, fish bladders, brewer’s yeast, pumpkin seeds, wheat germ, broccoli, almonds, beans, tomatoes, peppers, onions, eggs, clams, mushrooms, and whole grains.
  2. Iron
    Iron is an important trace mineral for the human body, and the same is true for cannabis plants. Iron is necessary for healthy cellular activity and helps regulate oxygen consumption in respiration. As mentioned earlier, iron is also crucial in the production of chlorophyll, thus it affects the greening of buds. It is also an important catalyst for both photosynthesis and respiration, which means the two major factors that make up the growth of cannabis. When the plants cannot obtain enough iron from its food supply, it absorbs it from the soil and water around it. There are several types of iron, including heme, ferrous and non-heme. Heme iron is the best type for use in soil, while ferric iron is generally preferred for foliar feeding solutions. Common sources of iron include beet greens, spinach, radishes, lettuce, soybeans, almonds, carrots, cabbage, peas, oats, bananas, oranges, lentils, barley, potatoes, prunes, and apricots.
  3. Copper
    Copper is another important trace mineral that is critical for healthy plant growth. It is involved in the formation of chlorophyll, which is the main ingredient responsible for green coloration in cannabis buds. Copper is also necessary for the proper functioning of cells and tissues. It aids in the creation of neurotransmitters, hormones, and enzymes, and keeps blood vessels strong and healthy. Copper is present in small amounts in all foods; however, it is primarily obtained from vegetables and fruit. Vegetables rich in copper include kale, collard greens, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, turnips, spinach, garlic, cucumbers, carrots, cauliflower, celery, bell peppers, sweet potatoes, yams, and mustard greens. Fruit rich in copper includes plums, cherries, avocados, pumpkins, peaches, strawberries, apples, nectarines, pears, grapefruits, raspberries, and blueberries.
  4. Biotin
    Biotin is a vitamin B7 that is helpful in the absorption of carotenoids, vitamins C, E, and K, pantothenic acid, folic acid, and biotin. These nutrients help keep the skin, hair, nails, liver, pancreas, lungs, and immune system working properly. Biotin is often added to foliar feeds to encourage bud growth. Sources of biotin include avocado, corn, alfalfa, flaxseed oil, sunflower seed oil, and cereal grasses.
  5. Chlorophyll
    Chlorophyll is the pigment of green leafy vegetables. Green plants have chlorophyll and produce oxygen. Plants need chlorophyll to convert sunlight into usable energy called phytohormones (growth hormones). Without these chemicals, plants would not survive. Chlorophyll is also known to aid in detoxification, promote sleep, increase the appetite, and improve digestion. Chlorophyll comes in two forms: chlorophyllide and chlorophyllide a. Chlorophyllide a is the active form of chlorophyll and is the chemical needed to create THC and CBD. Chlorophyllides are converted to chlorophyll a through exposure to ultraviolet radiation. Chlorophyll increases during the vegetative stage, and then slowly diminishes as the plant transitions toward flowering. To find out how much chlorophyll you have, take a sample of fresh cannabis flowers and put them under a microscope where you will be able to see what level of chlorophyll content you have. You could also test your plants’ chlorophyll levels using a handheld device.
  6. Vitamin B12
    Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that is found naturally in animals, but not in plants. The only way to get this nutrient is to consume animal products, which can be difficult for some people due to religious beliefs. However, you can supplement your diet with a product produced by bacteria in the gut of cows. This is a great alternative for vegans and others who do not eat dairy products. Vitamin B12 is essential for the production of red blood cells and nerve function. Other uses of vitamin B12 include bone health, heart health, and brain health. Vitamin B12 is mainly extracted from cow intestines and livers. Sources of vitamin B12 include raw dairy and meat, sesame seeds, anchovies, salmon, yogurt, cheese, butter, beef, pork, and lamb.
  7. Thiamine
    Thiamine is a B vitamin that promotes normal metabolism and growth, and is required for conversion of glucose into glycogen. Thiamine also helps maintain good nervous system function, and is a necessary component in carbohydrate metabolism. Thiamine is readily available in whole grain cereals, legumes, nuts, and meats. Thiamine is mostly derived from yeast and wheat, but thiamine can also be found in fish and poultry.

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