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Curious about cannabinoids?

May 5

Curious about cannabinoids?


What are cannabinoids? A frequently asked question. We will try to answer all your questions about the most essential cannabinoids.

Cannabinoids. Definition with brief Explanation

Cannabinoids, which are found in cannabis plants, can be found. Unfortunately, the research on these compounds is still in its infancy. Scientists have long been discouraged from studying cannabis, cannabinoids, as well as any potential medicinal benefits, due to the global demonization.

In cannabis, there are over 480 active chemical components. This has become clear in recent years. 80 essential compounds can only be found in the cannabis flower. This unique active compound yields hundreds upon variables.

The Eight Most Important Cannabinoids

Cannabinoids work with the cannabinoid hormone receptors in our bodies. They are very different in our brains and in our nervous systems. We have made a simple list of the 8 most significant cannabinoids present in cannabis.

THC - (-)-D9-trans-Tetrahydrocannabinol

THC is the most widely known cannabinoid. This cannabinoid produces the psychoactive effects associated with marijuana. THC can release dopamine, which results in euphoria.

THC is closely associated with CBG (Cannabinoids) and CBD (Cannabinoids). CBG is responsible for THC as well as CBD. CBG becomes THC and CBD when the cannabis plant is growing.


CBD (cannabidiol), which has gained popularity in recent times, is now more widely used. Cannabidiol is currently the main substance in hemp. In medical cannabinoid experiments, extraordinary effects were found. CBD is not psychoactive. It does not get you "high". A common use for CBD includes CBD Hard Candy. Many believe that CBD reduces or even regulates THC's effects.

CBG - Cannabigerol

Recent research has demonstrated that CBG can be considered the mother of CBD and THC. CBG is the mother cell of THC and CBD. It becomes a two cell during the development phase. CBG serves as the template. CBG transforms into THC, CBD and other substances during the flowering period.

CBN – Cannabinol

CBN is naturally present in cannabis plants as they age. CBN becomes a cannabinoid THC over time. THC, which is extracted from cannabis, can also be used as a source of CBN.

CBC - Cannabichromene

CBC isn’t intoxicating. It doesn’t produce a euphoric buzz like THC. It does not cause any symptoms and is therefore non-toxic. CBC does bind to other receptors. These include the vanilloid (TRPV1) receptor and the transient (TRPA1) receptor, both of whom are associated with pain perception. When CBC activates these receptors an increase in body's natural endocannabinoids is released like anandamide.