Cannabinoids interact with receptors of the
Endocannabinoid System (ECS) in the body
to restore a normal state of healthy balance.

What are Cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are chemical compounds found throughout the cannabis plant with a high concentration in the trichomes.
The most common cannabinoids are THC and CBD.

THC

is the most common cannabinoid associated with the euphoric and psychoactive effects. Therapeutic effects may include pain relief, relaxation and appetite stimulant.

CBD

is associated with several therapeutic effects without the psychoactive. Therapeutic effects may include muscle relaxation, pain relief, and
anti-in-flammatory.

THCV

similar to THC, with psychoactive-properties. It may be an appetite suppressant and may also help control blood sugar levels.

THCA

the non-intoxicating precursor of THC, may have potential benefits in helping inflammation caused by conditions such as lupus and arthritis.

CBC

A non-intoxicating cannabinoid.

CBG

often referred to as the “Mother of all Cannabinoids” because it is the first produced by the plant when growing, is also the precursor to all other Cannabinoids in its acidic form.

CBN

Cannabinol is the non-intoxicating product of THC degrading and losing its potency. It may act as a sedative, extend the duration of sleep and may help treat pain and inflammation

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