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Give it a few days to bounce back. This just means that you mishandled the root system when performing the move. It's stressed out now and will be wilted for a few days but never fear, Cannabis is a WEED and will generally take what you can throw at her, unless you do something completely tard-like.
Don't water during this time as the plant is probably not taking much up and will be left sitting in a soggy mess of a medium. This is also harmful to the roots as Cannabis responds negatively to "wet feet", in other words, the roots need more oxygen than other plants and without it, the roots will rot and your plant will suffer. They cannot sit in saturated soil for too long. That is why you start in small containers and work your way up, so that the plant is able to drink the volume of water provided within a few days, thus preventing root-rot. Once the plant is large enough, it's moved to the next size up that it can handle and on and on. I usually Transplant twice, but three times is recommended depending on the size of the plants.
Hope this helps and good vibes for your sick child!
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