TERPENES OF THE FUTURE: MYRCENE

TERPENES OF THE FUTURE: MYRCENE

Question: Do you know your terpenes? Responsible for a lot of the aroma and character in many of the plants in which they are found, terpenes are versatile and helpful assistants in any number of soothing and replenishing activities. This week, it’s all about...
CANNABINOIDS OF THE FUTURE: 11-HYDROXY-THC

CANNABINOIDS OF THE FUTURE: 11-HYDROXY-THC

WHAT IS 11-HYDROXY-THC? Unlike any other cannabinoid we’ve written about so far, 11-hydroxy-THC isn’t made within the plant, but within your own body. It’s a byproduct of both smoked and oral THC foods, oils, and medical preparations, but it’s mostly associated with...
CANNABINOIDS OF THE FUTURE: THCP VS. THC

CANNABINOIDS OF THE FUTURE: THCP VS. THC

IS THCP MORE POTENT THAN THC? Simply put, it’s close to a dead ringer for delta-9 THC, except for a seven-chain alkyl — the longest of all the THC variants in the plant. That might not sound like a lot, but that seven-chain alkyl really does make all the difference...
CANNABINOIDS OF THE FUTURE: CANNABICHROMENE

CANNABINOIDS OF THE FUTURE: CANNABICHROMENE

What is Cannabichromene? As one of the most prevalent of the minor cannabinoids, cannabichromene is a walking, talking advertisement for the entourage effect. It’s frequently studied with other cannabinoids for its role in possibly “potentiating” the effects of its...
THCV: CANNABINOIDS OF THE FUTURE

THCV: CANNABINOIDS OF THE FUTURE

WHAT IS THCV? First detected and identified as a cannabinoid by Edward Gill in 1970, Tetrahydrocannabivarin, or TCHV (C19H26O2,) represents another fate the mother cannabinoid of CBGA can take within the plant. Instead of combining with olivetolic acid, it meets up...