In Cannabis, there are around 60-80 active cannabinoids. We have heard about CBD and THC, nevertheless what are those other cannabinoid compounds you see on your lab reports? I dig deep into what they are and what they do in this blog. The research has just begun on what all these cannabinoids can do. The legalization of hemp will help research progress to learn much more about what this plant can potentially do for us.
Cannabidivarin – CBDV
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Like many other cannabinoids, there isn’t an abundant of research on THCA.
Lots of research went into this blog, let me know if you see something that is incorrect. Please take the time to share with someone that might not know about cannabinoids. I hope you know more now about this amazing plant, cannabis.
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