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CBD is an abbreviation for Cannabidiol found in the cannabis plant. Cannabinoids are a collection of the active compounds found in the plant. There are several different active compounds in a cannabis plant, each with their own function and property.

what is cannabis

Cannabis sativa is the plant from which the majority of cannabis products on the market are extracted. There are different types of cannabis plants, but Cannabis sativa is also known under hemp and is, as written, the plant used in the CBD and / or in the hemp plant industry and their products.

What is cannabinoids?

There are over 113 Cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, of which CBD is just one. Each Cannabionide has its own specific properties, which means that there are different active compounds in a cannabis plant. CBD stands for cannabidiol and is the most common active substance (cannabinoid), which is extracted from the cannabis plant.

What is THC?

THC is the abbreviation for delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol, which is also one of the most common active cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. The two cannabinoids are the most well-known cannabinoids. However, they are two very different active compounds, and therefore they give different effects when ingested.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THC AND CBD

The big difference between CBD and THC cannabin oils is that CBD is non-psychoactive, and one will therefore not get skewed or high from consuming CBD products, where THC has a psychoactive effect and is mainly the substance in cannabis that makes us skeptical .

Written in other words, the marked difference is found in the two active cannabionides. The euphoric effect that THC has is also the property that CBD cannot contribute, and therefore there are significant differences and thus it provides various potential benefits when ingested.

How do you produce cannabis oil?

One extracts CBD and HTC, through the decarboxylation process of CBDa and THCa.

Fresh hemp plants contain a natural acid and “Acid” is the A in CBDa, CBDa is in other words the acid-based precursor of CBD, therefore fresh hemp plants contain mostly CBDa and only a little CBD. Only through the drying and heating process also known as decarboxylation, a number of chemical processes take place where CBDa is converted to CBD.

And the same acid principle applies to THCa, where HTC is only found in small amounts in the fresh hemp plant, where decarboxylation of HTCa converts to HTC. THCa is not a non-psychoactive cannabinoid it is only through the decarboxylation process that THCa converts to a hydrocarbon which is THC.

The Decarboxylation process itself is a description of methods that activate chemicals in the cannabis plant as written above this process takes place either through drying or a heating process of the plant which alter the compounds found in the plant. The process is important for the compounds in cannabis to bind to cannabinoid receptors more effectively.

How are cannabinoids related to humans?

We humans are an incredible and complex system, where our system consists of a network of receptors that are partly found in our nervous system, which are the receptors the cannabinoids interact with

THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM & CANNABINOIDS

The endocannabinoid system is abbreviated ESCB. The ESCB consists of a group of neuromodulatory lipids and their receptors in the brain that are involved in a number of physiological processes in the human body, such as regulating the balance of the body’s immune system, sleep, appetite, digestion, metabolism, memory, hunger, mood, reproduction. and fertility, pleasure and reward, as well as pain and communication between our cells.

When we dive into our receptors and cannabinoids, we look especially at the human CB1 and CB2 receptors, which are the Cannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2, which are located in the central and peripheral nervous system. A complex system that reacts differently to cannabis oil, due to the fact that our network of receptors is unique to each body and thus also how our body receives and responds to CBD oils.

And the endocannabinoid system is an extremely important part of human overall health. And this is where the interaction between cannabinoids from CBD oil and our bodies is connected, which can help to maintain a well-functioning body.

What are Terpenes?

To round off the various active compounds of cannabis plants, terpenes are a very important term in plant life. Terpenes are found in almost all plants and contribute different properties to the individual plants. Terpenes are what give plants, flowers, herbs and vegetables flavors and aromas. But terpenes can also act as the plant’s defense mechanism and, conversely, attract animals. Terpenes are the aromatic molecules that give plants their characteristic scents.

Cannabis has its own terpenes, which means that each variety has its own unique aroma and taste experiences.

Is there THC in Cannamor's products?

There is less than 0.2% THC in all Cannamor products.