I don’t know about you, but I’ve always been curious about the world of cannabinoids. While some people do use cannabis to self-medicate, most people use it to enjoy it and learn more about it. That’s why this blog is here. I’ll be covering different cannabinoids and their benefits, as well as giving some tips on how to achieve the best results using cannabis.

Canna-hype is sweeping the nation! Marijuana is the new ‘it’ thing: it’s in the news, everyone is talking about it, and everyone wants to try it. But what’s all the buzz about? Canna-hype is a marketing campaign that has infiltrated the media and the general public. The hype is based mainly on marketing and misinformation. At its core, the hype is based around the idea of “Cannabinoids.”

word-image-9002 How well do you know your cannabinoids? Most people are familiar with the two main cannabinoids, THC and CBD. However, cannabis is a complex plant with a complicated chemical composition. As we continue to explore these connections, we begin to discover the very nature of the experience we have when we ingest the plant. In today’s article, we take a look under the hood to find out what these cannabinoids are. In the near future, sativa and indica classifications will begin to lose their importance in choosing the ideal strain. It is wise to start by learning the intricacies of cannabis. This article is intended to give you a basic overview of the major and minor cannanoids. This article was inspired by an LA Times article that spoke eloquently about cannabinoids, using pop culture to get the point across.


We start with THC, as it is one of the best known cannabinoids on the market. It’s something everyone tries to limit or get more of. THC is responsible for getting high and comes in different forms. We have delta-9-THC, which is what you get when you inhale or smoke the plant. Then you have 11-hydroxy-THC, which is what happens when the liver processes it. Delta-8-THC and Delta-10-THC have also gained popularity these days because they are no longer illegal under the Controlled Substances Act and can be extracted from hemp.


The second known cannabinoid is CBD (cannabidiol). It’s called a medical cannabinoid because it doesn’t get you high and it seems to help with many ailments. It is also one of the few cannabinoids for which there is an FDA approved drug on the market. CBD is a nuance regulator, it helps with anxiety, stress, seizures and is available almost everywhere. This is also legal at the federal level.


CBG (cannabigerol) can turn into CBD or THC, depending on what happens to it. For this reason, it is sometimes called the parent cannabinoid. It also has similar effects to CBD, which is a plus for those considering using it to fight diseases like cancer, IBS, etc.


CBN (cannabinol) is a cannabinoid that is produced over time when cannabinoids are broken down by oxidation. If you stash away your supply, the CBN will start to catch up with you. Smoke this herb with CBN and you have a powerful sleep aid. It also has antibacterial properties.


The following is about cannabichromes, which are actually not very popular and somewhat illusory on the current market. The effects would be similar to THC and CBD, but without the heavy narcotic feeling of THC alone. Helps reduce inflammation and block pain.


THCv or tetrahydrocannabivarin is a cannabinoid that gets you high without triggering an appetite. Researchers have been aware of this cannabinoid since the 1970s. It is not yet as popular as THC, but because of its appetite suppressing effects, it can be expected to be used in the weight loss industry.


All cannabinoids begin in an acidic form. THC in its acidic form, which means it is still not psychoactive. Dr. Mechulam has recently had excellent results with THCa. This is because the bioavailability of THC in its acid form is multiplied by a thousand. This means greater potential for pain management and relief from neurodegenerative diseases. In its acid form, THC also has no psychoactive properties. Its main disadvantage is that it is not a very stable cannabinoid, but this problem may soon be solved by organic cannabinoid plants.

Delta-8 THC

Delta 8 is currently in this state of uncertainty. It will get you just as high as regular Delta-9, but it is not on the list of controlled substances. That means it’s a legal high from a federal perspective! Furthermore, delta-8 can be extracted from hemp, making it particularly difficult to regulate so as not to exploit its potential. Sooner or later legislators will make this substance illegal again, but for now it is one of the few legal cannabinoids that gets you high.

More to the front…

Until a few years ago, knowledge about these small cannabinoids was still emerging, but today there is much more detailed information about each of the cannabinoids listed here. It remains to be seen how the federal government will respond to Delta-8-THC, but one thing is certain – it will not be able to ban it completely as it did with Delta-9-THC. The fact that a small molecular change can make a psychoactive substance illegal also highlights the ridiculousness of the CSA. However, what we have presented to you today is only the tip of the proverbial iceberg. As we open this box of knowledge and our understanding of cannabinoids, terpenoids and flavonoids increases, our means of classifying cannabis will undergo a similar transformation. Soon we will start asking questions about specific ratios of certain cannabinoids to achieve certain medical highs or procedures. Not to mention the specific cannabis-based medicines produced in pharmaceutical laboratories around the world. We are entering a new era of cannabis research – it remains to be seen how the future of 2021 will unfold, but I can already see that we are seeing huge changes – and in some cases, not for the better! Meanwhile, understanding these small differences is important to becoming a more aware consumer.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know what CBD product to use?

At least four different cannabinoids are produced in the marijuana plant. These include Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is a psychoactive component that can cause a euphoric high, and Cannabidiol (CBD), which is primarily used for medicinal purposes. In addition, Cannabigerol (CBG) and Cannabichromene (CBC) are also produced. Researchers have found that CBC and CBG are more effective at managing pain and nausea than THC. In the world of Cannabis, there are hundreds of products out there that promise to have health benefits. From CBD oil to shatter to vape pens, there’s a whole range of options for sale, and many companies are trying to get a foothold in this market. Yet, CBD is everywhere, and in many ways, it seems like people are just starting to make their way through the many options to find the most effective and suitable product for their needs.

What are the 113 cannabinoids?

Since the 80’s, researchers have been trying to find which cannabinoids are the most effective for treating medical conditions. The reason is due to the fact that the individual components of the cannabis plant are known for their medicinal properties (cannabis is derived from Latin meaning “hemp”). However, researchers are still unsure of the exact role of each of these components in treating specific medical conditions. It’s been over a decade since the first cannabinoid was discovered in an Orange Peel—tetrahydrocannabinol, known scientifically as THC. Since then, we’ve learned that there are 113 cannabinoids that exist in the cannabis plant. Cannabis has more than 400 different compounds, known as cannabinoids, and the vast majority of these can be found in the plant’s vegetative state. Many of these cannabinoids, such as THC, CBD, CBN, and CBC, are what you’d typically find in a cannabis plant. However, there are about 113 other cannabinoids that have been discovered in cannabis.

How many cannabinoids are identified?

It’s important to understand what cannabinoids do. They interact with the human body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS), which is made up of cannabinoid receptors, which are located throughout the body, such as: – the brain (especially the hippocampus and cerebellum) – the digestive system – the immune system – the reproductive system – the cardiovascular system – the peripheral nervous system – the sensory organs – and the respiratory system The ECS and its receptors are involved in processes like memory, appetite, pain, inflammation, appetite, mood, and behavior. There are many cannabinoids, so it can be difficult to keep track of all of them. To help the process, and to learn about some of the lesser known cannabinoids, the “Cannabionoids” blog will provide a list of cannabinoids at the end of each month, along with the benefits of each cannabinoid, and a link to a more in-depth article with more information on each cannabinoid.

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