This relatively new invention, even if cannabis has been used by humans for thousands of years, has become very popular. Let’s learn about how it is extracted, then dissolved into consumable oils to make it ready for consumption.
The cannabis conversation has expanded to include a lot more than cannabinoids. The matter of terpenes and their role in cannabis-derived therapeutics is piquing the curiosity of researchers more than ever.
Often found in cannabis, but most prevalent in the Eucalyptus tree, this terpene is responsible for the delicious aroma of Eucalyptus that can be smelt when walking through a forest.
Before the uncovering of BCP, it was probably never thought that a single compound could be both a terpene and a phytocannabinoid.
Humulene is a terpene commonly found in cannabis. Through the entourage effect, humulene works synergistically with other phytocannabinoids to produce a range of different remedial effects.
To understand why there is so much interest in CBD as a method for treating substance abuse, we should first investigate addiction.
Have you ever imagined yourself enjoying that same beer you love infused with savory flavors and aromas of your favorite Cannabis?
At the start of 2018, The World Health Organization’s Expert Committee on Drug Dependence stated that CBD does have therapeutic benefits and doesn’t exhibit addiction or abuse potential.
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of different names for cannabis. Where did they all come from and why are there so many?
CBD and THC are just two of hundreds of known cannabinoids in the cannabis plants. But they are the two most prevalent cannabinoids, coming with a range of health benefits and effects.