Different cannabis compounds

Some of the newer cannabis dispensaries are moving away from distinguishing products by sativa, indica & hybrid.

  • The odd strains are getting classified by chemovars, and chemovars are distinguished by their identifiable cannabinoid & terpene content.

The style or style of cannabis can be a nice indication of the effects it provides. For current dispensaries, products are separated as Type I (high THC content), Type II (THC/CBD combined) & Type III (high CBD content). Cannabis plants contain hundreds of natural chemical compounds known as cannabinoids. They are responsible for the effects. The two most well-known & abundant cannabinoids are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) & cannabidiol (CBD). THC is psychoactive & causes the high… Levels of THC have steadily increased as growers create hybrids with intense concentrations of the compound. CBD avoids the psychoactive effects & has been linked to all sorts of curative properties! More & more people are using CBD to treat pain, inflammation, nausea & migraines. It is being studied for its potential to treat seizures & cancer. Cannabinol (CBN) is gaining attention for its ability to ease symptoms of seizures, epilepsy & muscle stiffness. Tetrahydrocannabinol acid (THCA) is a lot like THCA but without the psychoactive effects. It has shown promise in reducing inflammation due to arthritis & autoimmune diseases. THCA can also be effective in treating Parkinson’s disease & ALS. Cannabigerol (CBG) can toil to lessen anxiety & symptoms of PTSD, depression & obsessive-compulsive disorder! Becoming respected with the variety & potential of the odd cannabis compounds helps to determine the ideal product for the individual, but along with paying attention to cannabinoids & terpenes, the consumption plan also affects the experience.

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