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The word cannabinoids generally refer to any chemical compounds, regardless of their structure or origin, that bind to the cannabinoid receptors in our endocannabinoid system (body & brain).
Terpenes are highly aromatic and natural compounds secreted by the same glands that produce other cannabinoids like cannabidiol aka CBD and delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol. They are responsible for the distinctive aromas and flavors in different cannabis strains like citrus, mint, berry, and pine.
As more and more cannabis compounds are being discovered, people are seeking to improve their knowledge on blending these compounds to create potent custom products like gummies, baked goodies, vape oils and more.
A commonly asked question is whether terpenes are necessary for making delta 8 blends. This article will help you understand why it might be an excellent idea to include terpenes in your homemade products.
Discovered in 1940, CBD or cannabidiol is a chemical compound found within the hemp plant. CBD is extracted from the hemp plant, typically using the CO2 extraction method. However CBD isn’t the only cannabinoid found within the hemp plant. There are many other
There’s a common misconception that different species of Cannabis can cause different effects on the body. Sativas are said to cause a cerebral high while Indicas cause a body high and Hybrids sit somewhere in the middle. Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid actually describe more of the physical
CBG, also called Cannabigerol, is a cannabinoid found within the hemp and marijuana plants. CBG begins as CBGa which is just the acidic form of the compound. In order for CBGa to be turned into CBG, it must be decarbed (heated) which happens during smoking or during the
Hemp and Marijuana are comprised of more than 100 different cannabinoids all with their own benefits. We’re most familiar with Delta 9 THC. This is the compound that is found most predominantly in marijuana and creates a psychoactive high. Delta 8 THC is the little