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Cannabis 101: Something For Every Adult
THC Vs CBD
Although there are many cannabinoids within the cannabis plant, the two most popular and widely known are THC (delta9 Tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (Cannabidiol).
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Terpenes are the compounds which give cannabis its scent and flavour attributes. They can also play a role in the overall effect of cannabis strains. The most common terpenes in cannabis are myrcene, limonene, pinene, linalool and beta-caryophyllene.
While smoking cannabis (either in a rolled joint, a pipe or a bong) continues to be one of the most popular and easy consumption method, creativity and innovation have brought us many new and exciting ways to consume.
While neither THC or CBD have any serious long term side effects, and neither are fatal when taken correctly. THC also has very little addictive qualities when used recreationally.
Storage and Rolling Tips
Rolling your own joints can be helpful skill to master, here’s some tips to help.
Start with a quality grinder, you don’t want to turn your flower into powder, you want a nice medium grind.
THC is the main psychoactive compound and is largely responsible for increased euphoria or “high” feeling. It can be consumed by smoking or vaping cured (dried) cannabis, ingesting oils, tinctures edibles and much more.
Using different extraction methods producers are able to create a variety of different concentrates such as rosin, waxes, sauces and more. These are typically vaporized using a ‘Dab rig’
Edibles are food and beverage products infused with cannabis extract. Common edibles include chocolates, cookies, gummies, candies and beverages such as teas and sodas. The Canadian Government currently regulates the amount of THC to a maximum of 10 mg per package.