Cannabinoids and Wellness
CBDV is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that is a homolog to CBD. CBDV is known for its ability to reduce nausea and vomiting, treating epilepsy, and many intractable neurological disorders.
CBD-A is one of four results of CBG-A converting into another cannabinoid. When CBDa is decarboxylated it typically becomes CBD. It is most well-known for inhibiting cancer cell growth, reducing vomiting and nausea, slowing bacterial growth, and reducing inflammation.
Anti-inflammatory, reduces small intestine contractions
CBG Anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, an11-tumor/malignant cell, bone stimulant
THCV is known to help with appetite suppression, pain relief, anti-nausea, anti-epileptic, and anti-inflammatory. It is being studied in medical communities for its potential effect on weight loss, diabetes, and parkinson’s disease.
Bone stimulant, anti-epileptic, appetite suppressant
THC-A is known to help with inflammation, spasms, inhibiting tumor cell growth, and neuro protective qualities.
Anti-seizure, ann-inflammatory, anti-tumor/malignant cell
CBN is most effective for stimulating bone growth, stimulating appetite, inhibiting cancer cell growth, combating insomnia, systemic inflammation reduction, nausea and vomiting reduction, anti-bacterial, and pain relief.
Anti-seizure, antiepileptic, pain reducer, sleep aid, antioxidant
CBC is a derivative of CBG. CBC is known for its antibacterial, antifungal, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory properties and effects. It is highly effective in slowing tumor growth and combating cancer.
Pain reducer, anti-inflammatory, ann-microbial, an17-tumor/malignant cell, blood pressure restrictor, bone stimulant
THC is known to help with depression, spasms, pain, sleep apnea, nausea, appetite, glaucoma, and more.
Antidepressant, anti-seizure, pain reducer, anti-sleep apnea, anti-nausea, appetite stimulant antioxidant glaucoma aid
CBD’s therapeutic effects and applications include relieving pain, anti-bacterial, anti-diabetic, antidepressant, anti-emetic, anti-epileptic, anti-inflammatory, anti-insomnia, anti-ischemic, anti-psoriatic, anti-proliferative, anti-psychotic, anti-oxidant, anti-spasmodic, anxiolytic, immunosuppressive, neuro protective, and vaso relaxant.
Antidepressant, anti-anxiety anti-psychotic, anti-seizure, protects and reduces neuron degradation, pain reducer, anti-inflammatory, anti-nausea, ann-bacterial reduces small intestine contractions, anti-diabetic, anti-psoriasis, anti-tumor/malignant cell, immunosuppressive, anti-coronary artery disease, blood pressure reducer, organic transplant stimulant, bone stimulant.
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Cannabinoids help with
– Psychiatric & Neurological Disorders
– Sleep Problems
– Chronic Pain
– Eating Disorders
– GI Problems
Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid (THC-A)
THC-A is the most common cannabinoid found is the cannabis sativa/indica plant. THC-A is non-psychoac-tive and is the precursor to THC.
THC is the primary psychoactive compound found in cannabis sativa/indica. THC is the decarboxylated form of thc-a. thc is the most well-known cannabinoid.
Cannabidiolic Acid (CBD-A)
CBDA is one of four results of CBG-A converting into another cannabinoid. When CBD-A is decarboxylated it typically becomes CBD. It is most well-known for inhibiting cancer cell growth, reducing vomiting and nausea, slowing bacterial growth and reducing inflammation.
Cannabidiol is the principal non-psychoactive cannabinoid in the cannabis sativa/indica plant. CBD has a wide range of psychological and physical effects.
THC exposed to oxygen and heat will eventually convert into CBN. CBN is mildly psychoactive but still quite potent in its therapeutic effects.
CBG is considered the stem cell or mother cannabinoid. CBG can change into different cannabinoids and drastically change the plant and its effects. CBG is not psychoactive, acting more like an antagonist to THC. CBG is known for its anti-bacterial, anti-tumor, and neurogenesis effects.
Some cannabinoids bind more selectively to certain receptors and are more specific for desired medical usage. Use our ailment guide to find the medicine best suited to your needs.