Top 10 Cannabinoids

Cannabinoids modulate communication between cells throughout out bodies
and also help when a problem or deficiency exists with our endocannabinoid system.

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    Cannabidiol

    CBD is one of the most prominent cannabinoids that interacts with the body through the endogenous cannabinoid system (ECS), also known as the endocannabinoid system.

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    Cannabigerol

    Early results suggest it plays a role in fighting glaucoma symptoms, inflamed bowels and potentially as treatment for bacterial infections. CBG is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid.

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    Cannabinol

    CBN is non-psychoactive and is generally attributed with a sedative effect.  The typical amount of CBN found in most plants is less than 1%.

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    Tetrahydrocannabinol

    THC is most well-known cannabinoid and is the primary psychoactive compound.  It also has been found to be neuroprotective with pain relieving effects.

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    Cannabichromene

    CBC is perhaps the least understood cannabinoid, but potentially among the most important.  It is believed to stimulate bone growth, as well as inhibit inflammation and pain.

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    Cannabidiolic Acid

    CBDA is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid believed to have ant-inflammatory properties.  The compound is also thought to offer benefits when dealing with nausea and vomiting.

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    Cannabigerolic Acid

    CBGA has been shown to be the first biogenic cannabinoid formed in the plant.  It is believed to have pain relieving and antibacterial effects.

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    Cannabidivarin

    CBDV has been a relatively ignored cannabinoid until recently. Many researchers believe that it may offer another option for the treatment of epilepsy.

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    Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid

    While THCA does not have psychoactive effects in its raw form, it does have anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective effects.

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    Tetrahydrocannabivarin

    THCV is commonly believed to be an appetite suppressant.  In addition, recent research suggests that this compound may be helpful in treating metabolic disorders including diabetes.

Common Terpenes

Terpenes are a class of aromatic organic hydrocarbons found in essential oils of plants.
These compounds give hemp its flavor and aroma, as well as some of its medical benefits.

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    Limonene / citrus
    Effects: elevated mood; stress relief
    Medical Value: anti-fungal; anti-bacterial; anti-depressant
    Limonene aids in the absorption of other terpenes through the skin and mucous membranes, and has been used to treat anxiety and depression.

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    α Pinene / pine
    Effects: alertness; memory retention
    Medical Value: antiseptic; anti-asthmatic
    α Pinene is the most common naturally occurring terpenoid and acts as both an anti-inflammatory and a bronchodilator. α Pinene has shown to improve mental retention and focus.

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    Linalool / floral; lavender
    Effects: sedating; anxiety relief
    Medical Value: anti-anxiety; anti-depressant
    Linalool has a floral scent reminiscent of spring flowers, but with spicy overtones. It possesses sedative properties and is an effective anxiety and stress reliever. It has also been used an analgesic and anti-epileptic.

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    Myrcene / musky; mango
    Effects: sedating; relaxing
    Medical Value: analgesic; anti-inflammatory; anti-oxidant
    Evidence suggests that myrcene reduces pain and inflammation. This may in part be explained by its ability to change the permeability of cell membranes.

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    β Caryophyllene / pepper; cloves
    Effects: analgesic
    Medical Value: anti-inflammatory; gastro-protectant
    β Caryophyllene is the only terpene known to interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system (CB2 receptor). It produces anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.

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    Geraniol / geraniums; floral; roses
    Effects: neuroprotectant
    Medical Value: antioxidant; anti-tumor
    Geraniol shows a potential protective effect against neuropathy, which is the disease of the nervous system.

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