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.
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.
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.
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?
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?
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.
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.