What Is THC CBD and CBN – Stoner Guide
To be one with Cannabis Sativa means that you know her inside and out, you know how she makes you feel and just how she goes about doing it.
MJ is filled with wonderful little things inside of it that make it the wonderful super plant that it is. Without these special ingredients people from all over the world may not even know her name. THC, CBD, AND CBN are just three of these ingredients that work together as brothers in this marijuana thing. They use teamwork to strategically get smokers and high and happy through a series of checks and balances. Depending on the percentages of these three things, determines how your high will be felt, how long, and how strong it will feel.
THC is the main psychoactive active ingredient in Cannabis Sativa. THC or tetrahydrocannibinol is what gets you high, the higher amount of THC your bud has, the higher you’ll be. This snazzy little ingredient is all of our best friend, and without her there would be no rocketships to the moon.
Cannabidiol or CBD acts like a booster for the THC, it can increase it’s effects but can also work to decrease them as well, all depending on the percentages in the ganja. A high THC content mixed with low CBD levels is a winning combination for a strong and potent high that’ll have you loving your trip to the sky. CBD is a psychoactive ingredient meaning that it has a wide range of medicinal issues that it works great for, including schizophrenia, other persoanality disorders, and epilepsy. CBD is also said to increase your reaction time and alertness, without this little guy things in Mary’s life would be a lot more boring.
Cannabinol aka CBN is what is produced when the THC begins to break down and become older. This is all part of the oxidation process, when this is happening the user often feels “sluggish” or stuck as the high is coming down. Couch lock isn’t just another reason to be lazy, but actually the active ingredients inside MJ doing their thing and pretty much making you glue your buns to the seat and eat all those donuts….it’s science!
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