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The cannabinoid HHCH - its effects and risks

What is HHCH, what are its effects and risks?

The cannabis industry has undergone remarkable developments in recent years. Although the industry seems to be releasing new cannabinoids all the time, some date back as far as the 1940s, and this is also the case for the compound HHCH. Where did it come from, what are its effects and what are the risks? Are products with HHCH safe? We will answer in the article.


THCB Guide: production, effects, research and legal status

THCB Guide: production, effects, research and legal status

150 minor cannabinoids have already been identified in the cannabis plant, and one of these lesser known cannabinoids is THCB. Although this appears to be a new cannabinoid, its origins date back to the 1940s. Find out what THCB is, how it is produced, what potential effects it holds and how it compares to other cannabinoids.


A man researches the cannabis plant cannabinoid THCH

What is THCH? Production, effects, risks and comparison with other cannabinoids

Cannabis is a fascinating, mysterious and complex plant. Whenever scientists try to unravel its mysteries, new discoveries are made. And the latest discovery includes the minor cannabinoid THCH. It's said to be another powerful cannabinoid with psychoactive properties. In this article, we'll explore what THCH is, how it's produced, its effects, risks, and how it compares to THC, THCP, and THCV.


Exploring the cannabis plant, what is THCJD

The cannabinoid THCJD: What are its effects and how does it differ from other cannabinoids?

New or "rediscovered" cannabinoids are constantly being discovered, so it may be hard for you to keep up with all the news. That's why we're here to keep you informed. Today we're going to introduce you to another member of the "new cannabinoid" category, a compound that goes by the name THCJD. What is its structure and effects? How does it differ from THC or THCP?


Cannabis and fertility

Does cannabis affect fertility?

Cannabis is a plant that is increasingly in the spotlight. Many experts are discussing its potential medicinal effects and possible health risks. What do the scientific studies say?


CB9

What is CB9? Origin, effects, availability and comparison with other cannabinoids

We have a new addition to the cannabis family! A newcomer among cannabinoids, CB9 stands out with its unique chemical structure. Let's explore what CB9 is, how it is formed and what its structural properties are. We will also look at its effects and therapeutic potential. Want to know if it has psychoactive properties? And how does it compare to the cannabinoids CBD, H4CBD, HHC and THC? Find out in this article.


THCPO

What is THCPO and what are its effects?

Another cannabinoid has appeared on the US market - THCPO. It is only a matter of time before it spreads to the European market. This novelty is said to outperform even extra-strength THCP. What are its effects and what products with THCPO can already be found in foreign e-shops today?


What are the differences between indica and sativa?

What are the differences between indica and sativa?

Cannabis is a plant that is widely used for a wide range of effects. It contains over a hundred different chemical compounds known as cannabinoids, many of which have beneficial effects on human health. The two best-known types of cannabis are the so-called indica and sativa, i.e. Indian hemp and sowing hemp. These two species differ not only in appearance or origin, but also in their effects on both the body and the mind.


Does a lot of CBD induce the same conditions as THC?

Does a lot of CBD induce the same conditions as THC?

Research and studies are gradually chipping away at the package of prejudices and misconceptions surrounding cannabis. And they are revealing the truth. Sometimes it plays in the plant's favour, sometimes not. But cannabidiol definitely belongs in the first group.


Main differences between pure CBD and full-spectrum CBD extract

Main differences between pure CBD and full-spectrum CBD extract

Public awareness about cannabidiol (CBD) immensely increased in the last years. People use it to mitigate various ailments and choose from countless feasible ways of consumption: it is possible to swallow it in capsules or oil, apply ointment to the skin or inhale. Generally, however, it is true that you can choose from two basic and fundamentally varying types – vegetable extract or extract with a high content of CBD (often called as “full-spectrum”) or purified CBD (so-called isolate).


Why do MMA fighters use CBD?

Why do MMA fighters use CBD?

Nate Diaz used a vaporizer pen containing CBD during the press conference following his loss to Conor McGregor at UFC 202. Why are so many MMA fighters now advocating the use of CBD? In this article, we'll look at the benefits of using CBD in muscle recovery, chronic pain, anxiety, sleep support and more, and look at the major big steps CBD producers are taking in this exciting development in MMA.


CBD vs. Kratom - pain, sleep & energy

CBD vs. Kratom - pain, sleep & energy

CBD and kratom offer similar pain-fighting and sleep-promoting benefits. Which option is better? At first glance, kratom and CBD are very similar. Both products come from natural plant sources and offer many of the same benefits. CBD and kratom are used to relieve chronic pain, promote deeper and restorative sleep, and alleviate anxiety and depression. While there are many similarities between the two plant extracts, kratom and CBD are very different.


Will you pass a drug test after taking CBD oil?

Will you pass a drug test after taking CBD oil?

Taking CBD oil is unlikely to cause a positive drug test, but there are a few things to watch out for. Let's take a look at how drug testing works, how long they can detect the presence of cannabis in the body, and what products to use and which ones to avoid if you're due for a drug test.


What does CBD oil taste like?

What does CBD oil taste like?

Whether you're new to CBD or have been using it for a while, one question that comes up almost every time is the taste of CBD oil. While some don't mind the taste, which is described as nutty or grassy, many others don't like it. But did you know that there are different ways to mask, enhance or eliminate it?


How independent third-party CBD testing works and why it's important

How independent third-party CBD testing works and why it's important

Third-party testing of CBD products serves as proof that what a company claims for its product is true. The industry is highly unregulated, leading to unethical CBD manufacturers artificially inflating and lying about the CBD content in their products. Some companies even sell products that may be contaminated with heavy metals, pesticides, or other harmful substances.


How to combine CBD oil and coffee?

How to combine CBD oil and coffee?

CBD and caffeine are two interesting substances with unique effects and benefits. In this text you will read what happens when you combine them.


Will cannabis kick or not kick the endocannabinoid system?

Will cannabis kick or not kick the endocannabinoid system?

Contrary to common perceptions, cannabis use does not actually directly strengthen the endocannabinoid system, but rather suppresses it. In this article, you will read about the consequences of this and what is behind the "strengthening" of the endocannabinoid system (ECS). Cannabis enthusiasts usually have the idea that cannabis use "boosts" the ECS. Although phytocannabinoids such as THC mimic endocannabinoids, their effects are not always predictable. In fact, cannabinoids like THC can disrupt and inhibit endocannabinoid system which may not always be beneficial.


What is the endocannabinoid system?

What is the endocannabinoid system?

Most of the benefits brought by CBD depend on the endocannabinoid system. In this text you will read how it works and what can happen if it does not work properly. Cannabis would be no benefit to us if it was no benefit the endocannabinoid system - ECS for short.


What is cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS)?

What is cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS)?

Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome (CHS) refers to excessive vomiting and abdominal pain caused by long-term and frequent cannabis use. People most often reach for cannabis products to relieve discomforts such as pain or nausea. Ironically, for a very small percentage of cannabis users, a condition called cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS) can lead to exactly the opposite result. It causes those affected to experience violent bouts of vomiting, persistent nausea and abdominal pain.


synthetic cannabinoids

What are synthetic cannabinoids and why are they dangerous?

Synthetic cannabinoids are man-made chemicals that look or act like naturally occurring cannabinoids. The two most well-known cannabinoids are THC and CBD. But more than 100 others are produced in the cannabis plant. There are several hundred artificial versions (and more are being added all the time). The following text tells you everything you need to know about synthetic cannabinoids and synthetic cannabis. We will also discuss the potential risks of using synthetic cannabis products such as K2 or Spice. Synthetic cannabinoids are molecules that interact with the endocannabinoid system or share key structural similarities with THC. Most (but not all) are psychoactive. Some, such as THC-O-acetate, are significantly more potent than natural THC.


HHC-P

Is HHCP the most potent cannabinoid?

HHC-P is a newly discovered cannabinoid that is said to be even more potent than HHC. It may relieve stress or induce a feeling of euphoria, but it also carries the risk of possible side effects. Find out how HHC-P differs from its predecessor, how it works and where to find it.


How to stimulate the endocannabinoid system?

How to stimulate the endocannabinoid system?

The endocannabinoid system is still relatively unknown, but it is involved in the function of all organs in the body. You can support it not only by increasing your intake of cannabinoids, but also by eating a balanced diet and living an active lifestyle.


How cannabis works: Endocannabinoid system in detail

How cannabis works: Endocannabinoid system in detail

What does exactly happen if you use cannabis? Many users know about deep effects on the human body but hardly anyone understands how they come about. Chemical compounds in hemp influence endocannabinoid system (ECS), a central component of health and abilities to undergo treatment in every human and almost every animal. Scientists estimate that ECS developed in primitive animals more than 600 million years ago. Endocannabinoids and their receptors can be found in the brain, organs, connective gland, glands and immune cells in the whole body. The system is responsible for managing a broad scale of physiological processes, including mood, memory, pain feeling, appetite and regulation of psychoactive effects of cannabis.


THCP - new canabinoid

Are you familiar with the cannabinoid THCP?

The world's most potent cannabinoid? According to recent scientific studies conducted on animals, it could be the cannabinoid THCP. Many experiments have shown that THCP has much stronger effects than the better-known cannabinoid THC. However, it is still being investigated whether the cannabinoid THCP has similar effects on humans.


Sticks of technical cannabis next to a glass bottle of H4CBD distillate, cannabis capsules and a cannabis leaf

What is H4CBD?

You may have come across mentions of H4CBD on the internet - a hydrogenated cannabinoid sometimes described as hundreds of times more potent than CBD. And it's this information that has started to garner so much attention and cause a bit of a stir. In this article, we'll take a closer look at this new cannabinoid. Wondering what H4CBD is, what effects it has and how it compares to CBD? Find the answers in the article.


CBD, HHC, H4CBD: How do they differ and what they have in common?

CBD, HHC, H4CBD: How do they differ and what they have in common?

So far, scientists have identified more than 100 cannabinoids contained in the cannabis plant, and new cannabinoids are also being developed in laboratories. You've heard of CBD, but HHC and H4CBD are a big unknown to you? Do you want to know how they are produced, what effects they have and in what form they are offered? Our overview will help you navigate these cannabinoids.


HHC-O production

What do we know about HHC-O?

The great popularity of HHC has attracted the interest not only of the public, but also of laboratory scientists and cannabis product manufacturers. Not surprisingly, other derivatives of this famous cannabinoid have started to appear. One of them is HHC-O. Read on to find out where this cannabinoid came from, what effects it has and in what form it is popular among consumers.


HHC - Hexahydrocannabinol

What is HHC or hexahydrocannabinol?

Among the worldwide wave of growing popularity of cannabinoids derived from cannabis - including THC delta-8, THC delta-O and THC delta-10 - few are less understood by the public than HHC. Well just try "googling" this compound. The results the search engine will give you will yield a lot of conflicting information about its legality, effects on the body, and even whether it occurs naturally in the cannabis plant.


CBD vs. THC: differences, effects, health benefits and common myths

CBD vs. THC: differences, effects, health benefits and common myths

Both CBD and THC are compounds derived from the cannabis plant, known as phytocannabinoids. Although the two substances act in slightly different ways, they share a therapeutic potential. What are the effects of these cannabinoids? Is CBD or THC better for pain? And what are the most common myths that accompany them?