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Canabanoid Profiles

THC (∆9-Tetrahydrocannabinol)

  • Strongly psychoactive (induces a euphoric high)
  • Most cannabis strains are bred to contain a high THC content while other cannabinoids occur only in trace amounts
  • Demonstrates promise in treating painnauseasleep and stress disorders, and appetite loss
  • Can cause anxiety and paranoia in some individuals
  • Boiling point: 315 °F (157 °C)

 

THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin)

  • Strongly psychoactive (induces a euphoric high)
  • More strongly psychoactive than THC, but duration of effects is about half as long
  • Typically occurs in only trace amounts in cannabis
  • Pronounced energetic effects
  • Found to effectively counter anxietystress, and panic disorders without suppressing emotion
  • Reduces tremors associated with Alzheimer’sParkinson’s, and other neurological disorders
  • Diminishes appetite
  • Stimulates bone growth
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CBD (Cannabidiol)

 

 

 

CBDV (Cannabidivarin)

  • Non-psychoactive (does not induce a euphoric high)
  • Demonstrates promise in treating seizures

 

Types of Marijuana

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Indica

Indica plants are short, densely branched and have wider leaves. They are better suited for growing indoors.

  • relaxing and calming
  • body buzz or ‘couch lock’
  • best for night use

Sativa

Sativa plants are tall, loosely branched and have long, narrow leaves. They are usually grown outdoors and can reach heights of up to 20 feet.

  • uplifting and energetic
  • cerebral, spacey or hallucinogenic
  • best for day use

Hemp

Hemp is used to describe a Cannabis Sativa plant that contains only trace amounts of THC. 

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