Of the more than 100 cannabinoids found in cannabis plants, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is a major cause of the psychoactive and addictive effects of weeds online use.
Living cannabis plants contain an inert version of this compound, tetrahydrocannabinol acid (THCA). When cannabis is decarboxylated by heating, drying, or hardening to high temperatures, acid molecules (THCA "A") are shed and THC is activated. This has effects related to the consumption of THC. It also means that fresh forms of cannabis are not yet active in THC.
THC interacts with the body's endogenous cannabinoid system (ECS). Studies have shown that this system plays a role in regulating stress recovery, protecting the nervous system, activating immune system responses, and regulating homeostatic balance (the overall state of optimal health, function, and stability). It is suggested that.
1) Cannabinoid receptors are present in almost every area of the central nervous system and brain, and many other parts of the body, including the immune system;
2) Cannabinoids you make naturally (called endogenous cannabinoids).
Your natural endocannabinoid fits like a key to the ECS receptor and aids in the transmission of cell-to-cell messages. THC works the same and temporarily replaces your own endogenous cannabinoids, but with different effects. These look like this:
Efficacy refers to the amount of THC contained in a cannabis product. THC content is expressed in milligrams/gram (mg / g) or as a percentage of cannabis per milligram/gram. For example, if the product has a THC of 15% and 150 mg / g, it will contain 150 milligrams of THC per gram of cannabis. It is not possible to have 100% THC dried flower cannabis, but cannabis extract (distilled) can contain up to 90% THC. Being a natural product, the THC content of dried flower cannabis products can vary from product to product and between batches of the same strain.
All THC content information for the listed products is provided by the federal-approved producer who purchased the product.
By law, THC content is included on the packaging of all cannabis products sold on OCS.ca. In addition, products with THC levels above 17% and 20% are labeled "strong" and "very strong," respectively, to guide product selection.
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