We must first preface any answer to this question by saying we are not lawyers nor doctors and cannot provide legal or medical advice.

The answer is: ‘Yes you will test positive on a drug test’. (Each individual employer is different, so ask your employer)

Cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are two of many (over 200) cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. CBD is the most abundant non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis and is being scientifically investigated for numerous reasons. Most people have heard of a cannabinoid called THC, which gets users high. Unlike THC, CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid and does not cause a high.

Both hemp and marijuana come from the same plant, Cannabis.

As of 1994 the US government defined hemp as the cannabis plant with less than .3 % THC. (, thus Marijuana is a plant with over .3% THC. 

Hemp has long been used for the industrial production of items such as clothing and rope. It is popular as a cooking oil, superfood (hemp seeds) and in many beauty products.

Low THC (< .3%) is the single difference most rely on to distinguish industrial hemp from marijuana.

In general, today, it is the THC level that defines the difference between hemp and marijuana.

Marijuana is not legal federally, but in some states it is legal, whereas hemp is federally legal in all states.

Therefore, since marijuana is not legal in Texas (for example), products in Texas can only be made from hemp.  In Colorado (for example) products can be made from both hemp and marijuana since marijuana is both medically and recreationally legal.

The Endocannabinoid System, named after the plant that led to its discovery, and the receptors are found throughout the body: in the brain, organs, connective tissues, glands, and immune cells. In each tissue, the endocannabinoid system performs different tasks, but the goal is always the same: homeostasis, the maintenance of a stable internal environment despite fluctuations in the external environment.

As we continue to sort through the emerging science of cannabis and cannabinoids, one thing remains clear: a functional endocannabinoid system is essential for health.

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If you read only one FAQ, please read this one

This Cannabis industry is like a roller-coaster. Creative marketing is everywhere. There are no regulations on wording, any manufacturer can use any wording. They are all competing to gather market share because demand from consumers is so high. You hear crazy stories of miracle healing on late night TV. People who the traditional medical industry can’t help are finding hope. So let’s take a step back and look at how a consumer should approach the industry.

Ignore the hype. Let’s set some realistic expectations…. This is plant-based medicine. It probably won’t work like ‘popping a pill’. Most consumers try 3-4 products before they find one that works for them.
These are our suggestions on how to swim through this confusion?

1 – Read the online reviews about a business. Are there any reviews from people that state it didn’t work for them? That’s good because you know the company posts all reviews, not just the good ones.

2 – The industry has very little regulation, therefore it is up to the consumer to make sure the product is clean, contains what is on the label and has no solvents or pesticides. Ignore the marketing, look at the lab results. The products are made from a plant that works on nerves and cells at a cellular level, and you don’t want any toxic items! When reviewing a company, do they have labs with actual values next to each item tested? Did you know that if you see “NT” as a lab value it means Not Tested? Read the fine print. Manufacturers will post labs with a long list of NT, and state…” Look we tested our product”.

3- Understand that this plant brings the body into homeostasis. That means each part of the body tries to come to a level or stable state of equilibrium. It doesn’t mask conditions, it adjusts body function to what it should be. People notice the “absence” of their issues. This doesn’t happen overnight, after all, it took your body years to get these issues. Research suggests 3-4 weeks is typical, with some conditions changing sooner and some much later. This is especially true for deep / chronic issues.

4- So, after you’ve read reviews, looked at the labs/talked to the store, and have realistic time expectations…. buy enough product to test for 30 days and start at a very low dose, typically 5-10mg. Then adjust the dosage up every few days. Pay attention…are you less forgetful? Is your pain less? Are you suddenly more engaged with life? Do you sleep better? Is your digestive system calmer? Pay attention to your body. Don’t be surprised if, for example, you got the product for your back pain and you notice you remember where you put your keys more often. Look at the various issues with your body. Pay attention to what “disappears” and “gets better”.  The body will decide what it wants to balance and each ‘issue’ you have may balance one at a time.

5 – It is highly recommended to have a partnership with a medical professional or pharmacist. Products can interact with Rx medications and other supplements.  Share your experiences with them. Plus share your excitement at your successes. Your experience could help another patient! Nothing is better than knowing your story has helped others.

6 – Enjoy the experience….as you heal you may have a wild and crazy story of your own. Tell your friends and share your story, but let people know realistic expectations.

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THE ECS Needs Stimulation

The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) is the regulation system in your body (For more info on the ECS, take a look at this article from Leafly on how the system plays a critical role in the body.)  This system is directly affected by the cannabis plant and it’s molecules such as CBD, THC, HHC, THCO, etc.

Like any body function, it needs stimulation.  “ECS does well with similar stimuli that create a short-term strong production of cannabinoids, like exercise”.   So, this leads to the question of : What other stimuli can cause an increase?  Would orgasms increase the body’s production of cannabinoids?  The answer is ‘yes’.  As the article states they are a ‘double-whammy’ for training the ECS.

“Sex [with orgasm] is the double-whammy for sure. It’s a triple or quadruple whammy. It involves touch. In animals, touch and social grooming are strong ways to stimulate endocannabinoid release. I think many people don’t have enough social grooming activities or physically touch each other on a daily basis, but feel better when they do.”, stated Dr Sulak, who is a premier authority on the cannabis plant.

Dr Wilson-King suggests that multiple orgasms for women are best and Dr Sulak suggests delayed orgasms in men.

Dr. Sulak elaborates, saying “I really want to encourage people to not feel like they need a partner to achieve the health benefits. So many people think, what am I going to do right now? Oh, I’ll either jog or maybe I’ll meditate or something. And the idea of a sexual health practice probably doesn’t even occur to most of the readers.”

As with any system in the body, repeated and often exercise is important.  Daily orgasms are suggested.  So the next time you think about taking care of your body, consider exercising your ECS!  Have fun!!

Cannabis to Enhance Sex

Research has shown the moderate amounts of the cannabis plant can enhance sex.  Artistic Organics carries several products made to stimulate the ‘senses’.  You’ll find us mention ‘sensory stimulation’ when we describe products.  Taste, Touch, Smell… basically all of the senses become heightened, which can increase pleasure.  Each person will have their own personal preference, so Contact Us and we will be happy to recommend products.

Here at Artistic Organics we love to do research and share fun information with you.  Ever wondered how people consumed cannabis a long time ago? How did they make a Traditional Cannabis Medicine Recipe?  We know the plant was added to over 75% of medicines in the 1800’s because it helps make plant based medicine work better.  Over a century ago they didn’t have pharmaceuticals and medicine was mostly plant based.  So, lets go back over 100 years.   Sure they rolled the flower into joints and smoked them, but there are other ways to ingest the plant without smoking.   So, for fun, I went in search of traditional recipes to try.

After much digging into old methods and over a year of testing various recipes I’ve got one to share with you.   I wanted  to preserve the old time methods, but still make a very potent product you can easily make yourself. The plus side of this recipe is it’s easy, inexpensive, fun to make and I’ve found this method makes more usable product than smoking hand-rolls, so its very cost effective.  The down side is it takes time as the product needs to sit.

A side note with a bit of science and history….  The plant, in its raw form, has molecules that are Acids.  You may have seen CBD and CBDA, THC and THCA.  The ‘A’ is the raw Acid in the growing plant.  Once that ‘Acid’ is converted, usually via heat Decarboxylation , the molecule looses the ‘A’ and becomes CBD or THC, for example. Then these molecules need to be pulled from the plant so we can absorb them.  The simplest/oldest method is to apply heat to the dried plant, in the form of fire to decarboxylate, and inhale the smoke to absorb it.  But smoking isn’t the only way to absorb the molecules…. there are other methods such as alcohol and freezing that also pull the molecules from the plant without using fire.  These methods have been around for hundreds of years and was easily accessible to everyone.   I combined all of these methods to pull as much as possible from the plant in an easy to absorb, non smoking recipe. (As a note… decarboxylation is the first step in making edibles.  I’ll add a note at the bottom about edibles)

Most of the equipment you already have and you only need 1 ingredient… other than your favorite flower.  So, lets get to the fun part….  a Traditional Cannabis Medicine Recipe….  (I’ll add lots of notes throughout the recipe)


7gm of your favorite flower

Everclear or the strongest indigestible % alcohol allowed in your state.

(Brandy and Vodka work too, but you loose a good % of the plant because of the lower alcohol %, so its worth a trip to the store if Everclear is available to you )


Glass jar

(I prefer a 1/2 pint or jelly size mason jar with the lid)

Gram scale, unless you already have your flower weighed out

Decarboxilator or your oven

Measuring cup



1. Weigh out your favorite flower to equal 7 grams.  Break the buds up into small pieces, don’t grind it yet.

2. The flower needs to be decarboxilated.  This means it is heated to convert the cannabinoids into a form that is more usable by the body. (This is why eating the raw plant has a different effect vs. heating it)  You can buy a decarboxilator such as the Lyft, which is a little oven, the size of a coffee grinder.  It roasts the plant without any smell and can preserve up to 30% more of the cannabinoids vs other methods.  (It is a bit pricy, but it pays for itself if you want to make edibles or dry any herb.)

If you want to decarboxilate in your oven, just put your flower in a jar and cover it with a loose fitting lid or just pile it on a cookie sheet.  Bake it for 1 hour at a temperature of 300 degrees.  An oven thermometer is good for this because you don’t go above 300 as some cannabinoids will burn off.  Be warned, this method does smell up your kitchen!

The pieces of flower will turn an even golden brown color.  It won’t look burnt, but all of the ‘green’ color will be gone.  Here’s an example of fresh from the jar flower  sitting above freshly decarboxilated flower.

3.  Let your flower cool, then grind it and put it into the mason jar with 1/4 cp of everclear, or the strongest % alcohol you have. (I don’t personally like to use a coffee grinder.  I prefer to hand grinding finely.)

4.  Put it into your freezer and wait….. This is the hard part.

You’ll notice it will change color over time.  It will be ready to try in about 10 days.  Gently shake it each time you open the freezer.

The product will continue to develop over several weeks.  I’ve found that it becomes stronger over time and we enjoy it the most after about 8 weeks and it just keeps getting stronger for about 6 months. Its fun to process a different strain every week or two, so you continually have a new product to try.   The color will continue to darken into shades of green and/or brown.  Different plant strains develop into either brown or green hues.  Below are photos of different strains.

5.  You can use it straight from the freezer, or put it into a food safe glass dropper bottle.  (Personally I like to keep the large jar in the freezer and pour about 1-2 weeks worth of liquid out into a smaller dropper bottle.)

A fun note… from a 7 gm jar you will usually get between 5-7 hand rolled joints to smoke (depending upon how you roll).  Making this tincture recipe will get you several 1 oz jars of liquid alcohol tincture, which will last you much longer than 7 joints.

I suggest starting with 1/2-1 dropper of your home made alcohol tincture.  Mix it with water or put into any drink.  You can put it straight into your mouth, but remember this is made with everclear… and its pretty harsh to take straight up.

 Sea Salt Chocolate Bark

(Go through step 3 above and decarboxylate your flower )

1.  Once you’ve decarboxylated your flower, store it in an airtight jar.  (It will last a week or two, so use it fairly quickly.)  You can grind it finely into flour and put into any edible recipe. 1/8 cup is a good amount to start with in a recipe.  Adjust as needed next time.

2.  I personally like to melt my favorite chocolate (8-12 oz) and as it cools add the powdered flower along with a pinch of cinnamon and pour it onto a parchment/foil lined cookie sheet.  Sprinkle with large chunked sea salt.

Chocolate Nuts

1. Same as above

2.  Melt your favorite chocolate, add the ground flower, pour over your favorite nuts and sprinkle with large chunked raw sugar.  Pour onto a parchment/foil lined cookie sheet.

3.  Refrigerate for an hour.  Break it into pieces and store in an airtight jar.


  1. Same as above

2. Make your favorite cupcake recipe. 

3 When you make your frosting, stir in the ground flower.  If you don’t like the cannabis taste you may need to add a strong spice such as cinnamon, orange, or rosemary to the frosting.

Get creative and let us know how you make your own Traditional Cannabis Medicine Recipe.

This fantastic podcast series explains the cannabis plant and how it works on the ECS in the body.    The human body is constantly changing and its important for the communication between cells to work efficiently, especially regarding chronic conditions.  There are a range of podcasts on various chronic conditions and various ailments.

The podcasts can be accessed on Stitcher or Podcast Addict.

Artistic Organics

The owners of Artistic Organics have been interviewed several times over the years to help educate on the cannabis plant and industry.

In 2020 the owners were interviewed by Community Impact Newspaper. 

Take a look at the article here  (Update:  Ed has since gone onto another business venture and Kellie has been joined by her husband Rick)

Artistic Organics was also a Featured CI Business in 2020.  Click Here

Kellie was Interviewed about CBD on Big Girl Pants Podcast

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Artistic Organics won FRISCO STYLE’S 2019 BEST OF BUSINESS

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Frisco Style Interview:  CBD What’s the BFD?

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Artistic Organics was interviewed by CBS News DFW

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Radio Interview: Fit Fight Lifestyle

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ShoutOut DFW

Interview with Kellie

Obstacle Dominator: Racing Tips and Tricks Podcast

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One of Kellie’s Trips To Oregon:

Here at Artistic Organics we do have very specific criteria for choosing top quality products, but,  it’s the relationships we have with our farmers that sets us apart.  We look for integrity and a caring passion for the crops they grow and manufacture. 

Oregon is filled with beautiful mountains and friendly people who have a passion for what they do.  Central Oregon is beautiful with mountains and valleys where all forms of produce are grown.  The winters are cold and the same length as the hot summers. The fields are fertile with plants and animals of all forms and the people love what they do and want to share it with others. These are factors that make Oregon one of the top cannabis production states in the US

We, here at Artistic Organics, love outdoor cultivated plants because they are exposed to natural issues of wind, sun and pests.  These natural growing conditions are a beautiful site to see …. rows of plants swaying in the wind with insects, birds and wildlife among them! You can imagine my excitement to meet with these people to expand our knowledge and share with you a bit about my trip and plenty of photos!

I was able to visit the farm who grows and blends our AO oil.  I walked through each step of the process…. how each plant is started indoors in a greenhouse, then transplanted outdoors in the late Spring and harvested during a short window of time in October. Due to the dry summer weather in Oregon, the fields are irrigated with drip lines and fertilizer is 100% organic made from natural substances in support of organic practices.  No pesticides are used.  This means the strongest plants survive. The farmers plan for this natural selection process.  They also plant a careful selection of plants to help with particular symptoms. An interesting note…. unlike other farmers, the plants are manually harvested whole and dried naturally over the course of several days.  No external heat is applied, nor is the process sped up.  This natural process is unique because it isn’t rushed and its the way the plant has been grown and harvested for 100’s of years.  These careful, natural processes make our AO oil products truly unique and special.

In contrast to fields with a few hundred plants I was able to travel to visit with Gold Standard, which is a large farm who specializes in organic flower. They don’t try to create a variety of products, instead they excel at top quality dried flower of just a few strains. This farm started a few years ago as small, family owned.  As word spread of their quality and specialization, they have grown to thousands of plants and ship throughout the US.  Even with their size and growth they use very little modern technology and much of the work is done by hand.  They took me on tours, answered my numerous questions, and were excited I came to visit.  They really take pride in what they do and the love of the industry comes out in every conversation.

To round out my knowledge during the trip, I was also able to visit with an herbal company who has been in business for years and specializes in creating herbal blends with and without hemp.  I was introduced to the very old concept of combining herbs made from several types of non-hemp plants into a mix.  At first I thought it was a typical tea, but these blends can be smoked or used in a tea.  I was excited to try the various blends and learn about their small batch blending process.  The knowledge of herbalism is a perfect companion to the hemp industry and we are excited to share the effectiveness of these products with our customers.

One of the highlights of the trip was a particularly special treat from a grower.  He has a friend who owns a high-end tea shop where the tea is custom blended and served to customers.  There are hundreds of choices and I was in for a very special surprise.  The owner uses the farmer’s hemp to create hemp tea. I felt like a 5-year-old bouncing in my seat as the owner explained the process he used to create our tea. I asked him for a simple version I could share with all of you.

The tea was a fantastic treat and I wanted to share with you his suggested recipe:

Hemp Tea

½ gram hemp flower, ground medium

Full fat coconut or dairy cream

Honey to sweeten

Take the ground flower and put it into a tea strainer.  Pour boiling water over the hemp (hemp requires very hot water to steep).  Cover with a lid and let steep 10 minutes. Add full-fat coconut or dairy. (The fat is needed for better absorption.)  Stir in a bit of honey to sweeten if desired.

I’ve had hemp tea before, but I was very surprised at the almost immediate effect of the tea after a few sips.

As a note….. tea, is prepared at around 200 degrees.  This temperature pulls out many of the cannabinoids and terpenes, but isn’t hot enough to burn them off (which happens around 350-400 degrees)

The whole trip was fun and educational as I learned about each of these farmers and how they specialize in what they do.  I was extremely impressed with the quality of the farms and the integrity of the people.  We, here at Artistic Organics, are excited to bring products from such crafters into our store. 

Visiting Farmers in Maine for Artistic Organics by Ed Mahoney

When Artistic Organics decided to embrace the CBD industry, they knew from the very beginning they wanted to do something special.    The goal was to make a positive impact on people’s health and educate at the consumer level far beyond what is found in the current market. There is so much not known in the industry, and even more so, a tremendous amount of misinformation. This can be counterproductive in an exploding industry where many people look to the internet for answers.

Research should begin at the source of all products, as it’s one of the best ways to understand the plant and know directly where products come from. American hemp farmers are probably one of the most educated sources on hemp around. Their knowledge of everything from seeds and soil to watering and flowering comes from generations of farmers. Therefore, when Artistic Organics decided to start touring farms around the country, you can imagine the excitement I felt when asked to interview and rub elbows with the true cultivators of the industry, where the US cannabis market was created… the East Coast. Historically, you will hear about farms in Oregon, California, and Colorado the most. In fact, this is where some of the most popular cannabis products come from. However, since I was from the New England area, I wanted to see if there were any secrets out in my old kicking grounds that I could uncover.    I knew both Massachusetts and Maine had recently gone Medicinal and Recreational on the Marijuana side of the business, and therefore, I felt it would be credible to think that some of the oldest farming areas in our country would be a good resource for growing hemp.

As I started looking into farms, I wanted to be sure I kept Artistic Organics business criteria in place. If you didn’t already know, Artistic Organics goes through a very extensive process when researching all products. First and foremost, the supplier MUST have an in-depth, credible COA (Certificate of Analysis)..aka Labs. This is the litmus test to ensure you get what is advertised in a product.  Artistic Organics looks for CBD levels, THC levels, other cannabinoid levels, terpene profiles, and more.   If any one of these fails… it fails the requirements, and they move on.    Other criteria include:

  •       Sustainability in the farm
  •       Extraction process
  •       Utilizing a single strain or strain blend consistently
  •       Organic or equally proven methods of farming that exceed USDA and FDA requirements
  •       Ability to supply without any disruptions
  •       + approx. 10 additional criteria. (too many to list!)

Applying Artistic Organics’s criteria, I could visit places on the East Coast, specifically Maine.  Let me share with you my experience….

I walked among the rows of young hemp plants that varied in strain. Mostly Lifter and Berry Blossom, which smells very pleasing when you rub the stalks. These farmers went into great detail about the irrigation system, which was partly man-made, like most farms, but also utilized the topography of their land. It was quite ingenious, actually. Soil in Maine typically has a high pH, resulting in an iron deficiency. Farmers manage this through a multi-layered soil approach that helps release nitrogen slowly into their soil, resulting in a more sustainable foundation for younger crops. Considering the younger plants looked absolutely amazing is a clear result of this process.

Ultimately, this particular farm aims to create a completely closed-loop farm so their dependence on outside products will be minimal at best.  This is what I really wanted to see in person. A passion for hemp farming at its best is reflected in these farmers.

In my experience, I’ve seen farms with hundreds of acres and thousands of plants. Those farms are an amazing feat in itself. But where they exceed in quantity, they tend to lose in craftsmanship. Note that I am not dissing the big guys on quality … because some of them put out a great product.  But simply culture is lacking what I call…. “Planting with intent.” This culture is demonstrated by utilizing nature’s resources to help the farm thrive. Think of it as big-name beer vs craft brew. Don’t get me wrong, I like big-name beers just as much as the next guy. But when I want something more…. Something with “bite” and “depth”… I go craft. This is the same for me with hemp. It’s interesting to compare the same strain, such as Berry Blossom, from a huge farm vs. a small craft farm. It tastes and smells much more complex, coming from a small “craft” farm.  This is something I felt was a huge difference in the quality of the final product.

My experience and what I learned in Maine was nothing short of extraordinary.  The farmers plant with care and focus on producing the best quality, natural product possible.  They opened their fields and farms to me, and my education and experience allowed me to bring this knowledge back to you and all of our clients.

–Ed Mahoney for Artistic Organics

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Visitors may post reviews, comments, and other content: and submit suggestions, ideas, comments, questions, or other information, so long as the content is not illegal, obscene, threatening, defamatory, invasive of privacy, infringing of intellectual property rights, or otherwise injurious to third parties or objectionable and does not consist of or contain software viruses, political campaigning, commercial solicitation, chain letters, mass mailings, or any form of “spam.” You may not use a false e-mail address, impersonate any person or entity, or otherwise mislead as to the origin of a card or other content. Artistic Organics reserves the right (but not the obligation) to remove or edit such content but does not regularly review posted content. If you do post content or submit material, and unless we indicate otherwise, you grant Artistic Organics and its associates a nonexclusive, royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, and fully sublicensable right to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, distribute, and display such content throughout the world in any media. You grant Artistic Organics and its associates and sublicensees the right to use the name that you submit in connection with such content if they choose. You represent and warrant that you own or otherwise control all of the rights to the content that you post: that the content is accurate: that use of the content you supply does not violate this policy and will not cause injury to any person or entity: and that you will indemnify Artistic Organics or its associates for all claims resulting from content you supply. Artistic Organics has the right but not the obligation to monitor and edit or remove any activity or content. Artistic Organics takes no responsibility and assumes no liability for any content posted by you or any third party.

All items purchased from Artistic Organics are made pursuant to a shipment contract. This basically means that the risk of loss and title for such items pass to you upon our delivery to the carrier.

Artistic Organics and its associates attempt to be as accurate as possible. However, Artistic Organics does not warrant that the product description or other content of this site is accurate, complete, reliable, current, or error-free. If a product offered by MYCOMPANY itself is not as described, your sole remedy is to return it in unused condition.


By visiting Artistic Organics, you agree that the laws of the state of Texas, USA, without regard to principles of conflict of laws, will govern these Conditions of Use and any dispute of any sort that might arise between you and Artistic Organics or its associates.

Any dispute relating in any way to your visit to Artistic Organics or to products you purchase through Artistic Organics shall be submitted to confidential arbitration in Texas, USA, except that, to the extent you have in any manner violated or threatened to violate Artistic Organics’ intellectual property rights, Artistic Organics may seek injunctive or other appropriate relief in any state or federal court in the state of Texas, USA, and you consent to exclusive jurisdiction and venue in such courts. Arbitration under this agreement shall be conducted under the rules then prevailing of the American Arbitration Association. The arbitrator’s award shall be binding and may be entered as a judgment in any court of competent jurisdiction. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, no arbitration under this Agreement shall be joined to an arbitration involving any other party subject to this Agreement, whether through class arbitration proceedings or otherwise.

Please review our other policies, such as our Shipping and Returns policy, posted on this site. These policies also govern your visit to Artistic Organics. We reserve the right to make changes to our site, policies, and these Conditions of Use at any time. If any of these conditions shall be deemed invalid, void, or for any reason unenforceable, that condition shall be deemed severable and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining condition.

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