Full-spectrum means the product contains all-natural cannabinoids that are present within the cannabis plant. Full-Spectrum is made up of many molecule compounds. This means it contains all the natural occurring Cannabinoids, Flavonoids, and Terpenes. CBD enthusiasts believe full-spectrum CBD products are more beneficial than hemp oil products made with CBD isolate. Due to the fact that Hemp Oil will contain cannabinoids and terpenes, Whereas full-spectrum CBD Oil also contains all of those components as well as: plant flavonoids, Essential Fatty acids, Amino acids, Vitamins, and other minerals. Full spectrum does contain a very small amount of THC; 0.03% to be exact. Full-spectrum can be more effective than products that are driven from only CBD Isolate.
CBD Is a short term for Cannabidiol. CBD is the second most powerful cannabinoid in the plant. CBD has the most potent therapeutic benefits without having the psychoactive properties that would contain in THC (Marijuana). CBD directly interacts with your nervous system, making the product to react immediately and efficiently to aid a variety of symptoms.
THC Is a short term for tetrahydrocannabinol. THC is the most powerful cannabinoid in the plant. THC is the chemical that is responsible for the psychoactive effects. THC is able to bind with the cannabinoid 1 (CB1) receptors in the brain. When THC is introduced to these receptors it creates a euphoric effect on the user.
THCA is a short term for Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid. THCA is a is a raw compound found in cannabis that doesn't have any psychoactive effects. THCA may sound familiar to THC but it serves a different purpose and contains contrasting properties. THCA is converted into THC when the flower is dried or heated, also known as decarboxylation. When THCA is not heated it stays in its original natural form which doesn’t create the psychoactive property.
THCV is a short term for Tetrahydrocannabivarin. THCV is similar to THC by molecule structure, but also different in the sense of it not being as potent as THC. THCV also has contrasting effects than THC. Although THV may not be as potent as THC it still has its psychoactive effects. THCV is more present in Sativa strains of cannabis.
CBG Is a short term for Cannabigerol. CBG is a minor cannabinoid that is found in the plant. CBG does not contain the psychoactive property, but this cannabinoid has been known to counteract the overall effects of THC. This Cannabidiol also is greatly known for its incredible way of decreasing or eliminating bacterial growth.
CBGA is a short term for Cannabigerol. CBG is a minor cannabinoid that is found in the plant. CBG does not contain the psychoactive property, but this cannabinoid has been known to counteract the overall effects of THC. This Cannabidiol also is greatly known for its incredible way of decreasing or eliminating bacterial growth.
CBN is a short term for Cannabinol. CBN is also considered a minor cannabinoid that is found in the plant. CBN has a minor trace of psychoactive effects, mostly only found in aged cannabis. CBN is mostly known for its potential use to treat some health symptoms and insomnia.
CBC is a short term for Cannabichromene. CBC is considered a minor cannabinoid, due to the fact it is typically found inflow levels in the plant. CBC plays a significant role when it comes to the cannbindiol profile, because its properties are known for suppressing certain cell growth and other symptoms.
Disclaimer: Please Keep in mind when reading these descriptions that the current research on these cannabinoids is limited with very few studies demonstrating their effects in the human body. This page is for educational purposes only. The stated effects may differ for each individual.