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Cannabinoids are a group of chemicals with the same basic molecular core.  Small molecular differences between different Cannabinoid species account for their variety of mental and physical effects on the human body.  For example, two isomers (identical chemically) d8 THC and d9 THC have a slightly different shape..  d9 THC isomer has great affinity - the key to the lock -  for the CB1 receptor which affects memory, mood, sleep, appetite and pain. On the other hand, d8 THC, abundant in industrial hemp does not "fit" the CB1 receptor which accounts for its non-psychoactive properties.


Essential Cannabinoid testing should include: THC and CBD

A comprehensive Cannabinoid Profile should include:

Tetrahydrocannabinol (d9THC) Cannabinol (CBN)


“There are some labs out there that are just taking the Cannabis and printing out a report that’s fake and saying ‘you passed for pesticides’ and never analyzed for pesticides. There are labs out there that guess at the THC content.”


Through selective breeding, many popular Cannabis strains attain THC concentrations reaching 30% -in the trimmed female flowers (dry weight).  These ultrapotent psychoactive strains usually contain very little CBD or other cannabinoids.  

More than 100 types identified in Cannabis Account for 10 to 20 % of the weight of Cannabis Oil Drug Dogs sniff out the Terpenes in Pot, not the THC Growing conditions, climate greatly affect the content, the Terpene profile Terpenes interact with THC and CBD in known and mysterious ways Some doctors think Terpenes may be as important as THC and CBD some day Mosquitos, mold, yeast, fungus and bacteria generally HATE terpenes