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INDICA VS SATIVA VS HYBRID
It's estimated that thousands of different cannabis strains have existed throughout the history of time which leads people to categorize cannabis intro groups. That way, theoretically, it should be easier to identify which specific strains will offer a particular type of effect. Every cannabis strain is unique, but lumping them together by primary characteristics makes it easier to narrow down what you are looking for.
- Indica Strains – Indica's are typically associated with full-body effects, such as increasing deep relaxation and reducing insomnia while also aiding in pain relief and appetite stimulation.
- Sativa Strains – Sativa's are known for their “head high,” an invigorating, energizing effect that can help reduce anxiety or stress and increase creativity and focus.
- Hybrid Strains – This is a category to catch all of the strains that can’t necessarily be considered either an Indica or a Sativa. Hybrids can be dominated by Indica or Sativa characteristics, or they may be very balanced.
WHAT IS CBD?
You've probably heard the terms cannabis, marijuana, and hemp all tossed around in relation to CBD. The plant Cannabis sativa has two primary species, hemp and marijuana. Both contain CBD, but there's a much higher percentage in hemp, which also has very low (less than 0.3%) levels of THC compared to marijuana.
CBD is a naturally occurring substance that's used in products like oils and edibles to impart a feeling of relaxation and calm. Unlike its cousin, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the major active ingredient in marijuana, CBD is not psychoactive.
WHAT IS KRATOM?
Kratom, scientifically known as Mitragyna speciosa, is a group of tree-like plants that belong to the coffee plant family (Rubiaceae). It has a long history in Southeast Asia, where its leaves have been used for various medical purposes, as well as their stimulant effects. In recent years, kratom tea has gained popularity in the natural health community for its natural pain-relieving properties and to elevate mood.
To find the best-suited kratom for yourself, it’s important to know about each strain in detail and its unique features that make it different from others. We go into great detail about each strain on our product descriptions for you!
WHAT IS DELTA-8-THC?
Delta-8-THC is distinct from THC, the most abundant and intoxicating cannabinoid found in cannabis. Delta-8-THC is an analog of THC and has a similar molecular structure with a few notable differences. While the two share many similar properties, such as reportedly stimulating appetite, reducing nausea, and soothing pain, delta-8-THC tends to exhibit a lower psychotropic potency than THC when inhaled. When ingested, however, delta-8-THC can deliver the same intoxicating effects as THC.
WHAT IS THC-V?
THC-V, or tetrahydrocannabivarin, is a compound in cannabis that offers a unique array of effects and medical benefits that sets it apart from other cannabinoids like THC and CBD. As its name suggests, THCV is similar to THC in molecular structure and psychoactive properties, but it provides a variety of pronounced and altogether different effects.
THCV is found most prevalently in Sativa strains of cannabis. It is known to produce a more motivated, alert and energizing feeling of euphoria. For this reason, it is often recommended for daytime or any time when functionality is important.
WHAT IS CBG?
CBG (Cannabigerol) is a type of cannabinoid obtained from the cannabis plant. It’s often referred to as the mother of all cannabinoids because other cannabinoids are derived from cannabigerolic acid (CBGA), an acidic form of CBG.
CBG is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid, meaning that when consumed it won’t cause any type of euphoric effects like THC. CBG has also been found to have therapeutic potential. This means that it has the potential be used for helping in the treatment of nausea, chronic pain, vomiting, cancer, and multiple sclerosis along with chemotherapy side effects.
WHAT ARE TERPENES?
A great deal of attention is paid to the amount of THC and CBD in a given strain, but newer research suggests that terpenes may be just as impactful.
Terpenes are another naturally occurring compound in the cannabis plant. The terpenes present directly affect the plant’s smell. They may also influence the effects that specific strains produce.
- Bisabolol - With notes of chamomile and tea tree oil, the terpene bisabolol is thought to help reduce inflammation and irritation. It may also have microbial and pain-reducing effects.
- Caryophyllene - The peppery, spicy molecule may help reduce anxiety, ease symptoms of depression, and improve ulcers.
- Linalool - Linalool is said to help improve relaxation and boost mood with its floral notes.
- Myrcene - The most common terpene, this earthy, herbal molecule may help reduce anxiety and insomnia so you can sleep better.
- Ocimene - This terpene produces notes of basil, mango, and parsley. Its primary effects may include easing congestion and warding off viruses and bacteria.
- Pinene - As the name suggests, this terpene produces an intense pine aroma. It may help boost memory, reduce pain, and ease some of the not-so-pleasant symptoms of THC, such as nausea and coordination problems.
- Terpinolene - Cannabis with this compound may smell like apples, cumin, and conifers. It may have sedative, antibacterial, and antifungal properties.
- Limonene - Bright, zippy citrus notes come from this terpene. It’s said to improve mood and reduce stress.
- Humulene - This terpene is deeply earthy and woody, like hops or cloves. Cannabis strains with this molecule may help reduce inflammation.
- Eucalyptol - With notes of eucalyptus and tea tree oil, this molecule is refreshing and invigorating. It may also help reduce inflammation and fight bacteria.