CBD Won’t Get You High – But Why?

Why CBD Can’t Get You High

It’s easy to see why cannabidiol, better known as CBD, has attracted so much attention in recent years. CBD users are finding significant relief from everything from anxiety to sore muscles. Despite being touted as safe for nearly anyone to use – even kids and pets – the simple fact that CBD originates from the marijuana plant tends to inspire […]

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THCV: A Complete Guide to Tetrahydrocannabivarin

THCV: A Complete Guide to Tetrahydrocannabivarin

Whether you’re a recreational cannabis user or you’re a novice looking to explore the many health benefits of various cannabinoids, you may be interested in learning more about THCV. This article will explain extensively what exactly is the cannabinoid THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarin) and why it’s quickly becoming one of the most researched and widely marketed cannabinoids out there. You’ll learn about […]

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Hemp vs. Marijuana

Hemp vs. Marijuana

Marijuana might be having “a moment,” with more cities, states, and countries legalizing and decriminalizing its use and cultivation, but both hemp and marijuana have been popular and celebrated for millennia before this. You already know why marijuana is a big deal, but it might surprise you that hemp was once so valuable that it was a subsidized crop in […]

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Cannabis Decarboxylation

Cannabis Decarboxylation

If you’ve ever made your own edibles before, you know better than to grind up raw marijuana leaves and toss them in brownie batter, or even to crumble up dried buds. This would result in a batch of brownies with little to no psychoactive properties. To make brownies that deserve the “special” label, weed must first be heated low and […]

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What is Cannabigerol? The Role of CBG in Cannabis

More people than ever can tell you the difference between THC and CBD—the two most prominent and famous cannabinoids found within the cannabis plant. These two have earned their place in the spotlight: THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is responsible for the most famous effects in marijuana, including a stimulated appetite, altered sense of time, and euphoric high. CBD, or cannabidiol, is […]

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How THC Affects the Brain

Whether you prefer using a joint, pen, or bong, or you like to go the edibles route, you know how marijuana makes you feel. These effects aren’t a mistake: they’re the result of hundreds of instructions being sent from cannabis to your brain. To understand why cannabis has such a unique effect on the brain, you have to break down […]

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The History of Cannabis

Have you ever wondered about the origins of cannabis How long have people been using marijuana? For what purposes? Here are all the answers to your most pressing questions about the history of cannabis, beginning about 10,000 years ago. The Earliest Mentions & Use of Cannabis in China One of the first – if not the first – reference to […]

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The Complete Guide to Cannabis Strain Genetics

As a regular marijuana user, how often do you come across a cannabis strain that completely blows you away by its quality and uniqueness? The color, taste, smell and the ‘feel’ of a particular strain make you go back and revisit the experience. You might be smoking the same old White Widow you have been smoking already but something about […]

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All about Cannabinoids: Everything You Need to Know

Whether you are totally new to the world of cannabinoids or have already begun to explore the topic, the following details will provide you with additional information to meet your needs. Learn more about CBD, THC, CBN, and CBG below, regarding what each compound is, their health benefits, and the implications for the future. What are Cannabinoids? A class of […]

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Hemp As a Raw Material

Hemp as a Raw Material

A Versatile, Ancient Solution Hemp is a fiber that is as versatile as it is easy to grow. From food to textiles to fuel and fodder, its reputation as a ‘wonder crop’ has been well documented throughout history, and in recent years it has been enjoying a revival of sorts, driven by global needs and a trend towards crops that […]

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