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 What is CBN? You’ve likely heard of CBD and even THC, but what about CBN? In this post, we’ll go over all of the details about CBD’s lesser-known cousin, CBN. CBN (cannabinol) is a mildly intoxicating compound that’s created when THC ages. For this reason, it is commonly present in high amounts of older cannabis. This might sound like a turn-off to you, but some people do seek out older cannabis to enjoy CBN’s effects. CBN has a specific relationship with THC because it does not come directly from the cannabis plant, unlike other molecules. It comes from the exterior...

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CBD is everywhere these days — from your local gas station to that old video store down the road and even the local cannabis or CBD dispensary. But, what’s all the rage about anyway? Keep reading to find out. What is CBD? CBD (cannabidiol) is a therapeutic, non-intoxicating compound that’s produced by cannabis. CBD comes in the form of oils, gummies, tinctures, and other products that are continuing to grow in popularity as people seek non-intoxicating and non-pharmaceutical relief for anxiety, stress, pain, and other symptoms. Why Doesn’t CBD Produce Intoxicating Effects? THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the molecule in cannabis responsible...

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In the world of cannabis, hybrid is a strain that contains characteristics of both Indica and Sativa. Most modern-day strains are hybrid, with pure Sativa and Indica strains becoming increasingly rare. Hybrid strains are very popular in the cannabis industry, and most are intentionally made, with some occurring naturally. What is Hybrid Cannabis? Hybrid cannabis strains commonly develop phenotypes that are Sativa-dominant, Indica-dominant, or an even balance between the two.  Strain descriptions are typically listed to display the split as a percentage. For example, 25% Indica, 75% Sativa. Indica is known for its pain-relieving and relaxation-inducing properties that impact the...

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Sativa, Indica, and Ruderalis are the three main subspecies of marijuana. Ruderalis strains are rarely seen because of their low THC content. Indica and Sativa are the strains that are the most familiar to cannabis users. In this post, we’ll provide an overview of the Indica strain. What is Indica? Indica strains of cannabis originated in the mountainous regions of Central Asia. They are hardy plants with a short, stocky structure and broad leaves. Compared to Sativa, Indicas have a relatively short flowering time and buds that are chunkier that produce large amounts of sticky resin that’s laden with cannabinoids,...

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If you’re a new cannabis shopper, there are two basic fundamentals you should know: the difference between Sativa strains of cannabis flower and Indica strains of cannabis flower. In this post, we’ll go over Sativa.  What is Sativa? Sativa is native to the hot, tropical climates surrounding the equator, including Mexico, Thailand, and Africa. Sativa strains can grow up to 20 feet tall in these areas!  Sativa strains also typically have a higher THC to CBD ratio than Indicas do. The high THC content allows Sativa strains to produce an intense cerebral high and even psychedelic effects when taken in...

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