What is CBN? Scientific Name: Cannabinol CBN is what THC becomes after it has aged. In lab conditions, manufacturers can speed up the process by exposing THC to heat and UV light to create CBN faster. Because it is derived from THC it is primarily found in the marijuana plant, though it is also possible … Keep reading..
What is THCv? Scientific Name: Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabivarin THCV is a cannabis compound that has experienced a recent surge in popularity—despite the fact that it was first discovered in the 70s. From a chemical perspective, it very closely resembles Delta 9 THC—the substance that is responsible for marijuana’s psychoactive effects. However, it is missing several carbon atoms … Keep reading..
What is CBG? Scientific Name: Cannabigerol Called “the mother of cannabinoids” CBG is a molecule that exists in very small quantities within adult cannabis plants. It is relatively obscure because it gets turned into other cannabinoids as the plant reaches maturity. CBG has been known since the 70s. Though it is not currently prominent in … Keep reading..
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