Are you overwhelmed by the various forms in which cannabis comes in? Do not worry since you are not alone. HHC products are relatively new in the market, but HHC is not a new cannabinoid. Thankfully, HHC is a legal alternative to other controlled cannabinoids like delta-9 THC. Herein, we will help you understand what
Even if you are new to cannabis and its derivatives, it can be difficult for many individuals not to have heard about the Sour Diesel delta-8 strain. The most common name for this particular strain is Sour D, which is generally easier to say and remember. With the recent popularity of cannabis use, there are
Restoration and muscle recovery are crucial parts of your active workout life. No matter your fitness goals, you need to have time for your body to repair itself. If you don’t allow this time, your muscles can become damaged, weaker, and less resilient. Your priority should be getting enough sleep with plenty of protein shakes
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CBG is considered the mother of all cannabinoids. It is the initial molecule that cannabis plants produce the three major cannabinoids: THC, CBD, and CBC. CBG came from young cannabis plants because they contain higher concentrations of CBG than fully grown plants. The fully developed cannabis plants have low concentrations of CBG because CBG is
Tetrahydro cannabinoid or THC is found in cannabis plants like marijuana and hemp. It is a psychoactive substance that has medical and recreational uses. THC is a natural drug, but it can also be produced synthetically in medical laboratories. It has varying potency. Depending on the type of THC, it can range from 0 to
In 1988, researchers studied the effect of synthetic THC in the human body. During their study, they discovered the cannabinoid receptor called CB1. The study showed that the receptor is found in the central nervous system (CNS). But they were not contented with the research output. Researchers knew that something was missing in their study.
In recent years, studies have confirmed medical uses of THC that have long been debated about. Based on the findings, THC can be used for treating nausea, pain, inflammation, anxiety, and boosting appetite. But like other drugs, there are potential side effects. Every person can have a different reaction to the drug. It can be