Too much THC? Maybe you got impatient with a gummy that took 2 hours to kick in, or maybe you accidentally ate an infused edible.
The use of medicinal mushrooms dates back thousands of years. Many of these fungi have been used for pain relief, immune support, digestion aid and potential effects against cancer and other chronic ailments.
If you shop with us regularly, you may have noticed many of our high potency products contain other cannabinoids like THC-H, THC-JD and more recently, THC-B. These compounds are referred to as “Trace Cannabinoids”.
Making infused edibles at home is easier than you may think! One very economic and fun way to explore or utilize hemp is to make infused edibles (consumable goods such as candies or drinks) out of it.
If you’ve shopped at our store or any other reputable hemp dispensary, you may have noticed some products that contain more than just CBD or delta 8 THC. Hemp (Cannabis sativa L) has hundreds of different cannabinoids, each with their own unique effects and benefits. But, when certain cannabinoids are combined together, users can benefit even more from cannabis products.
ADHD (Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) affects a little over 4 percent of the adult population. It is a neurodevelopmental disorder that is fairly common, especially among children and young adults. Common symptoms of ADHD include trouble sitting still, trouble focusing, impulsive behavior and hyperactive behavior, among many other less common symptoms.
What is THC-P (Tetrahydrocannabiphorol). THC-P is a very potent cannabinoid that attaches to both CB1 receptors (present in the brain and spinal cord) and CB2 receptors (present throughout the body).