EXPLORE THE MAGIC

THE ENTOURAGE EFFECT

As cannabis gains greater legal acceptance, more data on its use will become available which both could and should be used to shed light on the effects of cannabinoids. A popular theme in this area is the idea of a polypharmacy, or "entourage effect", the whole of cannabis being greater than the sum of its parts. The effect is assumed to arise from cannabinoids' interactions with and alongside one another - as well as with other, non-cannabinoid, compounds - which may enhance any given effect. While there is merit to this view, some are sceptical, particularly in the context of generating the evidence required to support a potential therapy. In contrast to the development of a typical pharmaceutical, where a promising compound found in a laboratory progresses through increasing layers of scrutiny, generating an ever-stronger evidence base for a particular mechanism of action, the promise of cannabis is reversed, arising through its long, popular, and successful use as a compound with several active components (and potential mechanisms of action) all present at once. While much has been uncovered about the parts that make up cannabis, many questions remain about the effects and actions of minor cannabinoids. Understanding any one of these is best achieved within the context of other similar cannabinoids, looking at potential shared mechanisms as well as the nature of the evidence and the evolution of the field as a whole to see which suite you the best. All in all, minor cannabinoids possess immense promise as a means to leverage the medicinal value of cannabis by better targeting specific conditions and personal preferences. Try for yourself , and experience the magic of minor cannabinoids.

DELTA 8 THC

THCO

HHC

HHCO

DELTA 9 THCP

THCPO

HHCP

DELTA 9 THCv

CBDv

CBN

CBNO

CBC

CBG

CBD

DELTA 8 THC

What is Delta 8 THC? Delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol (delta-8-THC, Δ8-THC) is a psychoactive cannabinoid found in the Cannabis plant. It is an isomer of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (delta-9-THC, Δ9-THC), the compound commonly known as THC. ∆8-THC has antiemetic, anxiolytic, orexigenic, analgesic, and neuroprotective properties. ∆8-THC is slightly less potent than Δ9-THC (being about ≈50-66% as potent in-vivo according to most scientific studies on the topic), although its psychological and physiological effects remain qualitatively similar. This essentially means that it will still medicate similarly to ∆9-THC, although to a lesser degree per milligram of material consumed. Delta 8 THC was made legal by H.R. 2: The Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018, commonly referred to as the 2018 Farm Bill. It was specifically made legal when hemp allowed for all derivatives, isomers, and cannabinoids of hemp that were not Delta 9 THC. Up to that point, D8 THC had been illegal and was specifically named in the Controlled Substances Act. However, in addition to making all hemp cannabinoids, isomers, and derivatives legal, H.R. 2 specifically includes text to remove all confusion between laws by amending the Controlled Substances Act to exclude Delta 8 THC from hemp. Delta 8 THC is federally legal and legal in most states, but it is not legal in all states.

THCO

THCO is short for Delta 8 THC O Acetate, an acetylated version of Delta 8. It has been reported to be as much as 3x more potent than delta 8 or delta 9. This is the purest and most potent THCO on the market.Our THCO Acetate is made with safe compounds and is the highest quality THC-O product on the market. It’s a fluid oil with a viscosity similar to CBC or our CBD vape oil. It is incredibly smooth when vaped or dabbed. It has an initial onset time of 10-20 minutes with effects continuing to increase for up to an hour after inhalation for some. Ingesting this product has a similar onset of delta 8 or delta 9. This product can be as much as 3 times more potent than delta 8 or delta 9 for some.

HHC

Many users report HHC to be stronger in effects than Delta 8 THC. HHC is short for Hexahydrocannabinol. It is a cannabinoid similar to Delta 8 THC. While it is found naturally within the hemp plant, it is found in very small amounts. This means it needs to be made in a lab by skilled chemists for a sizable amount to place in products or to test scientifically. However, HHC doesn’t contain THC. Therefore, at no point in the process does the product go over 0.3 percent Delta 9 THC. There is no conflict between HHC and the Farm Bill.Hexahydrocannabinol is one of the most potent cannabinoids we have available. Most HHC users report euphoric and relaxing mind and body effects similar to Delta 9 with far less paranoia and couch-lock side effects. Many describe it as a more social and active version of Delta 9.

HHCO

HHCO is similar to HHC such as how THCO is similar to Delta 8 THC. Based on consumer feedback HHCO is around 1.5 – 2 times stronger than HHC with longer lasting effects. Most HHC-O users report a soothing mental and body feeling with little to no drawbacks. HHC-O gives a similar feeling to that of Delta 9 thc, minus the sluggish effects. HHC-O tends to give more sociable effects and is much smoother on the lungs than Delta 8.

DELTA 9 THCP

One of the most euphoric & potent cannabinoids to hit the market. Delta 9 THCP, which is short for tetrahydrocannabiphorol, is a natural cannabinoid and analog of THC present in hemp. THCP has seven carbon atoms in its alkyl side chain, as well as having 30 times the binding affinity as compared to THC, making this one of the most potent cannabinoids available on the market. THCP is known to produce powerful, intoxicating & euphoric effects.

THCPO

Delta-9 THCP-O, also known as Tetrahydrocannabiphorol Acetate, is a 7 term side chain cannabinoid. Similar to D9-THCP, THCP-O is highly potent with long lasting effects. THCP-O is far stronger than D8 THC or similar cannabinoids, especially when ingested.

HHCP

One of the most rare and potent cannabinoids on the market. HHCp is the hydrogenated version of THCp. HHCP has two additional carbon atoms in its alkyl side chain. Such as with Delta 9 THCp, increasing the length of the alkane chain increases binding affinity of the cannabinoid, making HHCp one of the most potent cannabinoids on the market. HHCp is known to produce powerful, intoxicating & euphoric effects; some users report HHCp to be stronger than THCp.

DELTA 9 THCv

Delta 9 THCv is a compound found in cannabis that is known to produce uplifting effects. THCv has been described by consumers to promote focus, elevated energy, and may serve as a mild appetite suppressant. THCv may also help cope with day to day anxiety and depression. THCv may decrease appetite while increasing satiety – therefore, it may be a handy solution for weight loss. The theory behind this is that THCV can block the CB1 receptor which is well known to stimulate appetite, so blocking this receptor could potentially reduce appetite.

CBDv

Cannabidivarin is a naturally occurring phytocannabinoid that is considered to be the “Varin” form of CBD. CBDV may significantly reduce the frequency and severity of seizures. It may also reduce or even eliminate nausea associated with several conditions, and may help to reduce inflammation throughout the body. CBDV may also be beneficial in the treatment of pain and mood disorders.

CBN

What is CBN? Cannabinol, or CBN, is a mildly psychoactive component found in cannabis which, like strongly psychoactive THC, is derived from tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THC-A). CBN is created when THC-A oxidizes. CBN can be used effectively as a sleep aid or sedative. This cannabinoid has also been shown to help regulate the immune system and works to relieve the pain and inflammation caused by several conditions, including arthritis and Crohn’s disease. Studies show that it can be used to reduce the intraocular eye pressure caused by glaucoma. CBN acts as an anticonvulsant, so it is also may be beneficial to patients suffering from seizure disorders including epilepsy. When combined with cannabinoids, can produce indica like effects at higher doses.

CBNO

What is CBN-O? Cannabinol Acetate, or CBN-O, is a mildly psychoactive component found in cannabis which, like strongly psychoactive THC, is derived from tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THC-A). CBN-O is more potent than CBN and will produce longer lasting effects. CBN-O can be used effectively as a sleep aid or sedative. This cannabinoid may help regulate the immune system and works to relieve the pain and inflammation caused by several conditions, including arthritis and Crohn’s disease. Studies show that it may be used to reduce the intraocular eye pressure caused by glaucoma. CBN-O may act as an anticonvulsant, so it is also may be beneficial to patients suffering from seizure disorders including epilepsy. When combined with cannabinoids, can produce indica like effects at higher doses.

CBC

What is CBC? Cannabichromene, or CBC, is a powerful, non-psychoactive cannabinoid, meaning it will not cause a patient to feel “high.” CBC, like THC and CBD, has been shown to encourage the human brain to grow by increasing the viability of developing brain cells in a process known as neurogenesis. CBC plays a significant role in the anti-cancer and anti-tumor capabilities of cannabis. CBC battles inflammation by activating the CB2 receptor. However, because it does not activate CB1, the healing potential of CBC could be enhanced when combined with cannabinoids that do, such as THC. CBC is a very thin oil and is often used to ‘thin out’ blends for carts. CBC is also known as an ‘enhancer’; when combined with other cannabinoids CBC is known to potentiate the effects of the combined cannabinoids.

CBG

What is CBG? Cannabigerol, or CBG, is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid typically most abundant in low-THC and high-CBD cannabis strains, including hemp. Like THC, CBG reacts with the cannabinoid receptors in the brain. CBG, however, acts as a buffer to the psychoactivity of THC by working to alleviate the paranoia sometimes caused by higher levels of THC. CBG works to fight inflammation, pain, nausea and works to slow the proliferation of cancer cells. Research has shown it also significantly reduces intraocular eye pressure caused by glaucoma. Strains high in CBG will be beneficial treating conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s disease, and cancer. It’s often referred to as the mother of all cannabinoids. This is because other cannabinoids are derived from cannabigerolic acid (CBGA), an acidic form of CBG. Other more common cannabinoids obtained from cannabis plants include cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). CBG is found in smaller quantities than other cannabinoids in cannabis plants. In most strains of the plant, only 1% of CBG can be found compared to 20 to 25% of CBD or 25 to 30% of THC.1 This makes consumer products derived from the cannabinoid rare and often expensive. However, CBG is growing in popularity as a result of the host of potential benefits the cannabinoid has to offer. CBG works by binding to both receptors where it’s thought to strengthen the function of anandamide, a neurotransmitter that plays a role in enhancing pleasure and motivation, regulating appetite and sleep, and alleviating pain. CBG is great for helping you focus. When combined with other cannabinoids, it can produce sativa-like effects at higher doses.

CBD

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is the non-psychoactive cannabinoid famed for significantly reducing symptoms in patients suffering from seizure and spasm disorders such as epilepsy and multiple sclerosis. CBD is the cannabinoid most often recommended for children, elderly and other patients who must remain clear-headed in their activities because it is non-psychoactive, meaning it will not produce euphoria or the feeling of being "high." CBD reacts with cannabinoid receptors throughout the human body and works to relieve inflammation and pain while producing a calming effect in patients.