What is CB9 and how is it different from CBD and HHC? Discover the effects and range of CB9 products
We have exciting news for you! The cannabinoid CB9 has joined the cannabis family. It is our duty and pleasure to give you an overview of what CB9 is, how it is produced and what its effects are. It seems that this cannabinoid also has psychoactive properties. Are you interested in more? Here we go.
Do you think that a cannabis bad trip will only catch a newcomer? Wrong. Even the most experienced cannabis user can find themselves in an uncomfortable situation, although this is quite rare as the experienced consumer usually knows what to do to reduce the risk. Whether you're a beginner or a more advanced consumer, let's take a look together at what a bad cannabis trip is and how to avoid it. In the article, you'll also find a table with practical advice on how to get rid of it, as well as a look at whether an HHC bad trip is possible.
CBD is one of the most popular cannabinoids of recent times. It is a non-psychoactive substance that studies have shown to have significant therapeutic potential, ranging from anti-inflammatory to neuroprotective to psychiatric uses. However, CBD isolate, an extract that contains CBD separated from the other components, is also growing in popularity.
You may have wondered whether it's better to take cannabinoids and other compounds from the cannabis plant alone or together. The answer to this question seems to lie in the so-called "entourage effect". What is the entourage effect and how does it relate to cannabinoids and terpenes? For what reason might full-spectrum CBD products be preferable to pure CBD?
Drug under discussion: what is kratom? Effects, risks, addiction, dosage, legality and personal experience
You may have already come across kratom on the internet, at the curfew, in a vending machine or in stores that sell dietary supplements and alternative medicines. In this article, we will reveal what kratom is, what its effects are, the risks and symptoms of addiction, including withdrawal symptoms, and how to get off the substance if necessary. We will also present information on dosage, what forms kratom can be taken in, how long it stays in the blood and you will also find personal experience of use.
The global trend towards healthy lifestyles and environmental protection is bringing with it the mass popularisation and widespread return of the long-neglected cannabis.
The Firefly 2+ is an advanced vaporizer that is ideal for instant vaping whenever you want. Thanks to its pocket size, you can take it wherever you want. And the magnetic cover makes refills quick and easy, and the smartphone app adds extra functionality.
Not sure what to do with the CBD flowers you just bought? You have come to the right place. Using CBD flowers may seem complicated to beginners, but even experienced CBD flower users can learn something new from the following text. In the following guide, we'll give you a brief overview of what CBD flower is, what positives it offers, and finally, we'll take a detailed look at the best ways to use it.
How to consume CBD flower? Let's do it.
How to consume CBD flower? Let's get to it.
Cannabigerol (CBG) is one of the many active compounds in the cannabis plant. These substances are known as cannabinoids. Most people are familiar with Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).
THC is best known for its psychoactivity, while CBD is often used by people for its medicinal effects. Unlike THC, CBD does not cause intoxication in users. Patients often use it to relieve pain and inflammation, nausea, seizures, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder or depression.
CBG is found in lower concentrations in cannabis than THC or CBD. For a long time, cannabigerol was somewhat overshadowed by these two main cannabinoids. In recent years, however, scientific interest in CBG has steadily increased. In the following text, CBG is discussed in more detail. We'll look at what it is, how it works, and how exactly it might be useful.
The whole CBD craze has been gradually calming down since the first boom, although we can expect a further onset in early 2022 when the permitted THC content will increase from 0.2% to 1%. Interestingly, CBD users are switching from the traditional use of CBD tinctures or oils to vaping high-CBD products. But why is this cannabinoid so popular in the first place? To answer this question, below is a summary of the benefits that vaporizing CBD products has for the body.
In the following you will find brief information about the two cannabinoids CBG and CBD and how they compare to each other. CBG and CBD are the most common chemical compounds found in cannabis. They have been shown to have a wide range of health benefits, not only when used alone, but also when used in combination with other cannabinoids or when consumed in full-spectrum cannabis products.
We will look in detail at both chemicals and what effects they can have on your health and wellbeing.
CBD concentrate is a product that contains very high amounts of cannabidiol (CBD). CBD concentrates allow a person to get a higher dose of CBD in a relatively short time. This type of product is preferred over other forms by an increasing number of people. CBD concentrates may have some advantages over other CBD products, but they are not for everyone. Some people may be more sensitive to other compounds that CBD concentrates contain, especially in full-spectrum products.
Read on to learn more about CBD concentrates, including the benefits and risks of using them.
Need to find out how to use CBG oil? What is the most effective way to consume it? Find the answers in the following lines! Like CBD and THC, CBG is a member of the cannabinoid family. It is non-psychoactive with significant potential health benefits. Its presence in most cannabis products is less than 1%. However, CBG is also known as the mother of many other cannabinoids. CBG (cannabigerol) oil is a relatively new product on the market. However, CBG already has a large number of users. Cannabigerol oil is useful in the need to improve mood, appetite and sleep cycle. It is useful in fat burning and pain relief. Pure cannabigerol is rarer than other cannabinoids but is probably more beneficial.
Concentrates are created after extracting all the substances from the cannabis plants. From these concentrates, all popular CBD products, except the flowers, are prepared, from chewing gum and skin serums to vaping products and tinctures. That's the short answer to the question about the definition of CBD concentrate. However, when you hear people talk about "concentrates" in casual conversation, they're usually referring to the category of super potent products, which includes shatter, wax, budder, and crumble.
CBD is a compound from the cannabis plant and few can imagine it in any other form than a dropper bottle and dark yellow oil or capsules. But there are many more options, and CBD gummies, most often gelatinous candies with various fruit flavors, are among the most popular. Perhaps because they balance the line between health and candy.
CBD oil users are slowly increasing. They are mainly after their positive effects such as pain and inflammation relief or better quality sleep. So the question arises why not give similar "care" to dogs.
Cannabidiol comes in many forms and can be taken in different forms depending on what suits you. However, vaporizing CBD flowers is becoming more and more popular and the range of vaporizers and plants is slowly growing.
THC, cannabidiol, cannabigerol. The three components of cannabis that are most heard about. CBG, however, is not nearly as popular and attention-grabbing as the other named substances. Ironically, without it, no other cannabinoids would have been created.
The cannabis plant is still largely shrouded in mystery. The fact that a few cannabinoids are known and can be used to relieve health problems doesn't mean much. The proportion of what we know almost nothing about is many times greater. HHC is currently in the crosshairs and it is slowly being revealed what it actually is.
Cannabidiol has many forms. Oils, candies, capsules, topicals, flowers. The latter is growing in popularity, yet there are still plenty of users who just stomp around and don't know how to properly handle CBD flowers.
Growing cannabis takes a lot of time and experience. There is no point in expecting success on the first try. It is a complex process that needs the best care at every step. Curing may seem like an unnecessary extra, but the result is worth it.
Sex should be natural, lively, painless and performed with gusto. But it is not always so. The combination of self-will and cannabis products, which contain many beneficial substances, can be the right way to relieve Listlessness or pain.
Increasingly, we hear about CBD oil and how it is used by people suffering from various health problems, including anxiety, insomnia or diseases such as multiple sclerosis or fibromyalgia. An important component of the cannabis plant, and of plants in general, that supports this therapeutic aspect is terpenes.
CBD flowers as a product fall into several categories. Each type has its own specifics regarding how it is grown, care requirements, price or availability, and potency and effect on the human body.
In the plethora of cannabinoids, HHC (hexahydrocannabinol) is increasingly heard of alongside CBD. It has been around for almost eighty years, but is only now having its moment of glory. Why? Does it compete with CBD or does it have similar effects to the banned THC? Actually, it's both. Let's take a closer look.
There is still a lot of silent chatter around cannabis flowers and many people have no idea how to use their full potential. But you can process them in many different ways at home. Which will be your favourite?
It would seem that CBD flowers are dried and nothing can happen to them. The opposite is true. They require careful storage and regular inspection. What can you do when the moisture disappears?
Vaping is attracting more and more people. Many of them prefer vaporizer pens similar to e-cigarettes with replaceable cartridges - so-called (vape) pods or cartridges containing CBD or HHC liquid - to traditional vaporizers. But unfortunately, the question of recycling these vape pods and cartridges is usually left aside and users often do not know how to dispose of unwanted material and equipment. We will tell you how to do it in this article.
Anyone considering taking CBD faces the question of which form is best for them. There are many products to choose from, but most attention is drawn to the oils and flowers. What are their benefits and possible negatives? It depends on the user's expectations and preferences, health condition and situation.
Not everyone likes sweets, but when it comes to healthy pecking, few will refuse. Cookies with CBD flowers can be an interesting addition to a regular diet, as well as serving as an unusual Christmas candy. Moreover, they are simple, quick and tasty. How to make them?
Hexahydrocannabinol is currently one of the most sought-after substances extracted from cannabis. As it is a substance that can bring euphoria and relaxation, but above all has psychoactive effects (it can alter perception and experience), respect for its effects is more than appropriate. The intake of a larger dose may result in less than pleasant states. What to do if you take too much HHC?
Cannabis flowers require regular care and cannot be experimented with. However, despite the efforts of growers, mould does occasionally appear. We'll tell you how to prevent it or what to do if it has already attacked the flowers.
It is thought that sticky flowers are generally better because they contain more desirable substances such as terpenes and flavonoids. But we won't give you such a quick answer. It's not that simple. Let's take a look at the path dry and sticky flowers travel before they're in your hands, and what properties they have as a result.
Have you come across the term H4CBD and wondered what's behind this new cannabinoid that seems to be hundreds of times more potent than CBD? This information has certainly piqued your attention and raises many question marks. In this article we will answer the questions: what is H4CBD, what are the effects of this substance and how does it compare to CBD?
Cannabis concentrates such as budder have a stronger effect than flower-based products, and this is where their appeal lies. These products concentrate and preserve all the natural substances found in the cannabis plant, including those that would normally break down or evaporate during storage of the cannabis flower. Wondering what a concentrate is and how solvent extraction works? In this article, we'll break down the individual differences between budder/badder, shatter, wax and crumble.
With its distinctive aroma, exceptional hardiness and mysterious origins, Kush has spread from the mountains of Asia to Europe. In the following article, we will introduce you to the origins, characteristics and most famous varieties of Kush, among other things.
We have already introduced H4CBD in a previous article, this time we will look at where this new cannabinoid can be found and what to look for when choosing.
Everyone has probably heard of hashish at some point, but in its original form with its high THC content it is considered a banned substance under Czech legislation. However, CBD and HHC hashish are different. In our article you will find out what the difference between these cannabis products is, how they are obtained, what their effects are and what the situation is regarding the use of these substances.
Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) has already earned its place on the cannabis scene. And perhaps that is why two younger, modified versions of HHC have recently emerged, HHC-O and HHC-P. What do they have in common with HHC and how do they differ?
Some vapers mix their own liquid for e-cigarettes or vaporizers. Wondering how to go about custom mixing, the VG/PG ratio and how to use the "Shake & Vape" e-liquid mixing methods - shortfill and longfill variants? The article also includes a nicotine dosage table and how to mix CBD liquid. Come and find out how to do it.
Choosing the right temperature for vaporisation is crucial to maximise the potential of active substances and minimise negative health effects. How do different temperatures affect the release of substances and their effects?
The cannabinoid THCV was discovered fifty years ago, but has only started to receive more attention in recent years, mainly in relation to appetite reduction and its potential in treating obesity and diabetes. Is this hearsay or science-based information? In the following article, we will clarify.
HHC is no longer a newcomer to the cannabis world, so it is not surprising that, as with other cannabinoids, ways are being sought to modify its chemical structure to discover new or enhanced effects. And that is exactly what has been done with HHC-O.
Have you come across the term cannabis decarboxylation and wondered what it is all about? For experienced smokers or growers, it's probably nothing new. Although the name sounds quite complicated at first glance, in practice it is not. It is a simple process of heating cannabis with heat. Thanks to decarboxylation, you get the full high from cannabis.