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CBG stands for cannabigerol. It is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid which means it does not make you high. The compound is present in low levels in most cannabis strains and considered a minor cannabinoid.
THCV stands for tetrahydrocannabivarin. This compound offers unique effects and medical benefits that differ from what we used to see from THC and CBD. If you are interested in a particular type of relief or a specific effect, THCV is a right thing to choose. Science still to reveal its full potential but meanwhile here’s what we already know.
THCA stands for tetrahydrocannabinolic acid that is found in raw cannabis plants. Research on this compound may be in its initial stages, but its findings demonstrate the therapeutic potential of the acid.
Friday night is coming to town, and you are getting ready to celebrate. Remember those first times you have tried weed? Good ol’ times, right? Remember that unsettling feeling of time slowing down with each puff? Ever wondered why?
A comprehensive report “The Health Effects of Cannabis and Cannabinoids” released by the National Academy of Sciences sparked a whole spectrum of emotions around the nation. Cannabis advocates happily point at its conclusion that cannabis indeed possesses therapeutic value. Opponents worry about car incidents, potential memory problems, and underage use.
But the report states one thing very clear – we need more research.