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There are 113 different cannabinoids to date that have been discovered in the cannabis plant. The types of cannabinoids will determine the effects that you will feel. Some are psychoactive, and others are not. So depending on what you’re looking to accomplish, you may want to focus on certain cannabinoids.

As stated previously, cannabinoids are stored in the trichomes (crystals and hairs) of the cannabis plant. The cannabinoids found in the plant have been found to mimic the endocannabinoids that are naturally found in our body. When cannabinoids are introduced into the body, they go to certain receptors, creating a chemical effect, or “high,” throughout the body.

THCA - Precursor to THC. Converts during the decarb process. Non-psychoactive.

Medical Benefits: Anti-inflammatory, neuro-protective, helps with nausea, appetite, muscle spasms, pain relief, and insomnia. Inhibits prostate cancer growth. Raw cannabis plant can be juiced and ingested for a large amount of THCA You can figure out the total level of THC in products by multiplying the THCA levels by .866 and adding them to the listed THC levels.

THC– Psychoactive. Gives the “high” feeling.

Medical Benefits: Eases pain associated with many ailments, seizures related to epilepsy, inflammation, severe itching, movement disorders, muscle spasms, anorexia, glaucoma, nausea and vomiting, drug dependency and withdrawal, various types of discomfort and syndromes such as high blood pressure, hiccuping, restless leg syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, and psychiatric symptoms such as PTSD, dysthymia, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, and sleep disorders. To calculate the "total possible amount" of THC in a particular product, you can use this formula (0.75 x 0.877 x %THCA) + %THC. The 75% accounts for the THC that degrades into CBN.

THCV- Minor cannabinoid found in some strains. Psychoactive and related to more psychedelic, clear-headed, and energetic highs.

Medical Benefits: Anti-oxidant, anti-diabetic, appetite suppressant, anti-convulsive. Helps with the treatment of obesity, PTSD, type 2 diabetes and Parkinson's disease.

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CBDa- Precursor to CBD. Converts during the decarb process. Non-psychoactive. Often obtained by juicing raw cannabis high in CBDa.

Medical Benefits: Helps with pain, inflammation, nausea, bacteria growth and cancer cell growth (specifically breast cancer).

CBD– Non-psychoactive. Can counteract the high of THC. Can be consumed in the same ways as cannabis: orally, topically, or by inhalation.

Medical Benefits: Helps with pain, inflammation, depression, anxiety, diabetes, schizophrenia, seizures, and pediatric epilepsy. Has neuro-protective properties.

CBC– Non-psychoactive. Entourage effect between THC and CBC increases CBC medical benefits

Medical Benefits: Helps with depression, pain relief, acne, gastrointestinal issues, inflammatory disorders, migrains, and general inflammation. Has neuro-protective properties. Reduces breast cancer.

CBG– Non-psychoactive. Is found in cannabis in low rates (only 0.1-1% of cannabis plants containing containing 2-3% CBG have been found).

Medical Benefits: Helps with inflammation, glaucoma, Huntingdon’s disease, MRSA, bladder dysfunction disorder, and cancer.

CBN- Created when THC degrades. Is found in old, dried cannabis due to light exposure or heat. Non-Psychoactive. Has sedative effects.

Medical Benefits: Helps with pain relief, insomnia or trouble sleeping, healing bones, and low blood pressure. It promotes the growth of bone cells. It is antibacterial, anti-convulsive, and an appetite stimulant.

CBDV-Similar in structure to CBD. Not found in abundance. Has medicinal properties. Non-psychoactive. Does not produce a euphoric high.

Medical Benefits: Treats nausea, seizures, and epilepsy.

CBCV- Similar to CBD. Not found in abundance. Found to have promising medical benefits. Non-psychoactive. Thought to have an entourage effect to help other cannabinoids work

Medical Benefits: Treats seizures and epilepsy

Oil Cartridges

Oil CartridgesThe most common forms of concentrate oil are CO2, distillate, and live rosin. CO2 involves a process which uses carbon dioxide to extract cannabinoids and terpenes into an oil, which typically gets vaped. This method is said to have a better taste than oils extracted with butane; however, research has shown that CO2 oil [...]

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Types of Concentrates

ConcentratesConcentrates are any products with high levels of cannabinoids that are created through an extraction process. Flower normally contains anywhere from 10-25% THC. Concentrates usually contain 60-80%, with some as potent as 90% or more.While concentrates are usually used by cannabis enthusiasts for their high levels of THC, some are created for their high levels [...]

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Cannabis Strains

Cannabis StrainsSativas, indicas, and hybrids are the three classifications that are commonly used to determine which of these three groups a specific strain belongs to. Sativas are known for their uplifting cerebral effects, and people may use this during the day for that purpose. A few common ailments that sativas are used for are: depression, [...]

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Cannabis Terpenes

Cannabis TerpenesThere are many different cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, the two most popular being THC and CBD. Terpenes are responsible for the smell and flavor of the strain. There are about 200 different terpenes that can be found in cannabis plants.Terpenes are created in the trichomes (the little “hairs” and “crystals” that you see [...]

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Enveed Full Spectrum CBD

What is CBD? Cannabinoids (CBD) are compounds that interact with a receptor network in cellular tissues to promote health in the body. The human body internally generates its own cannabinoids known as "endocannabinoids" (endo=internal. Greek.) Together, endocannabinoids and their receptor network are known as the "endocannabinoid system." It regulates many essential bodily systems such as immune function, [...]

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The products I received were a set of three tinctures and a sample of the topical treatment.I really liked ALL of these products. I think my favorites were the topical and the clarity tincture, though. The topical worked really well, I was using it for some pain in my lower back this week while I [...]

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Kim Wilson – Enveed CBD Products ReviewEnveed Clarity, Relief, and Relax tinctures – provide mild sustained relief for brain fog, anxiety, and pain without getting high.Clarity – assists with focus and brain fog, helps with extra energy. I use with studying, planning, organizing, making calls, errands. Just a drop or two under the tongue and [...]

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Dry Herb Vaporizers and Temperatures for Cannabis

There are many different kinds of vaporizers, but today we will be talking about Dry Herb Vaporizers. These are used for the flower or buds of the marijuana plant, and normally have a ceramic base in it which heats up the flower to create a vapor which is inhaled. This is a much healthier way [...]

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