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Which Terpenes Enhance the Cannabis High?

Project CBD

Ten years ago, most cannabis consumers couldn’t tell a terpene from a cannabinoid. Cannabis flower is categorized according to terpene profile. Sure, terpenes impart desirable flavors and aromas. 1 Now it turns out that some terpenes also may contribute to the cannabis high. But today things are different.

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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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Expert Gives Delta-8 THC Thumbs Down

Project CBD

He has guided clients on license applications, facility design and build out, equipment installation and optimization, and plant oil extraction for cannabis and hemp processing facilities. ” Explain what an isomer is and why the lack of information regarding novel THC isomers is problematic. .” Dr. Mark A.

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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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The Cannabis Cancer Connection

Project CBD

There is a growing body of anecdotal and scientific evidence that the “major cannabinoids” tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), certain “minor cannabinoids” (some without a name), and other cannabis compounds have antineoplastic action against cancer cells. THC binds to two types of cannabinoid receptors, CB1 and CB2.

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Which Do You Need, CBD Extract Or CBD With THC

The Fresh Toast

Which Do You Need, CBD Extract Or CBD With THC It's important for consumers to understand they could be losing some potency when choosing hemp-derived pure CBD vs. cannabis-derived CBD. The post Which Do You Need, CBD Extract Or CBD With THC appeared first on The Fresh Toast.

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The Terp Talk: Are There Terpenes in Your Tinctures?   

United Patients Group

Tinctures, liquid extracts derived from plants or herbs, are typically consumed orally—either dropped under the tongue or mixed with a drink. In cannabis plants, the most common terpene is Myrcene. In cannabis plants, the most common terpene is Myrcene. The pressing question then arises: Do tinctures contain terpenes?