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Beta-Caryophyllene: Terpene Powerhouse

Project CBD

Project CBD recently reported on studies indicating that cannabis terpenes — the compounds that give the plant its robust and distinctive smell — activate the CB1 cannabinoid receptor. What’s more, in the presence of THC (also a CB1 agonist), terpenes appear to modulate cannabinoid activity in varied and interesting ways.

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Can terpenes, alcohols, and THC acid turn into cannabinoid esters?

Cannabis Life Network

THC-O-acetate is a form (ester) of THC that is 300 percent stronger than regular THC. (1) 1) Acetic acid – the compound in tabletop vinegar – can combine with THC to form this acetate ester. The post Can terpenes, alcohols, and THC acid turn into cannabinoid esters?

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Dealing With THC-Induced Anxiety? A Citrusy-Smelling Terpene Can Help

Veriheal

A recent study by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has uncovered something fascinating–a citrusy-smelling terpene showed promise in alleviating cannabis-induced anxiety and paranoia. Anxiety is a common side effect of cannabis use for many people, who are often searching for strains and terpenes that don’t cause it.

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Cannabichromene, a Minor Cannabinoid with Major Upside

Project CBD

The plant cannabinoid helps to facilitate proper dopamine neuron and glutamate receptor maturation. And while various cannabinoids regulate the formation of the nerve’s protective sheath, their neuronal regeneration depends on other functions of CBC. Cannabis Pharmacology: The Usual Suspects and a Few Promising Leads.

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How trichomes make terpenes and cannabinoids in supercell pathways

Cannabis Life Network

Using modern techniques, they found new keys that better explain how trichomes make non-polar terpenes and cannabinoids without destroying plant cells. (1) 1) Cannabis plants produce acidic cannabinoids, such as THCa or […].

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Marijuana Terpenes: What They Are, Why You Need Them, How To Use Them

Cannabis Cheri

What Are Terpenes? Terpenes are the compounds that give plants, not just marijuana plants but all plants, their aromas. From the plant’s perspective, terpenes provide it with natural protection from bacteria, fungus, insects and other environmental threats. Forget About Indica and Sativa: How Terpenes Affect Your Cannabis.

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Expert Gives Delta-8 THC Thumbs Down

Project CBD

Project CBD: Your presentation with Allyn Howlett at the International Cannabinoid Research Society conference in Toronto (June 2023) discussed the chemical conversion of CBD into Δ8-THC (delta-8 THC) and “numerous additional THC isomers. How much Δ8-THC was added to the pre-roll?

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