OUR INGREDIENTS

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DELTA-8

Delta-8 is an analog of THC and has a similar molecular structure with a few notable differences. While the two share many similar properties, such as reportedly stimulating appetite, reducing nausea, and soothing pain, delta-8 tends to exhibit a lower psychotropic potency than THC.

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THC-O

THC-O stands for THC-O-acetate — a form of THC roughly 3 times as potent as delta 9 THC. It tends to take longer to take effect (as much as 60 minutes after inhalation to feel full effects), but once it does more users report an almost “spiritual” sensation that isn’t found with any cannabinoid.

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LIMONENE

A terpene believed to relieve stress and anxiety.

Potential effects: Elevated mood, stress relief

Potential therapeutic value: Treatment of anxiety, depression, inflammation, pain, and cancer

Aroma: Citrus

Also found in: Fruit rinds, rosemary, juniper, peppermint

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MYRCENE

The most common terpene found in modern commercial cannabis. Believed to promote calming effects.

Potential effects: Sedating, relaxing

Potential therapeutic value: Antioxidant; treatment of insomniapain, and inflammation

Aroma: Cardamom, cloves, musky, earthy, herbal

Also found in: Mango, lemongrass, thyme, hops

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LINALOOL

This terpene has a floral aroma and is believed to promote relaxation and calming effects.

Potential effects: Mood enhancement, sedation

Potential therapeutic value: Treatment of anxiety, depression, insomnia, pain, inflammation, and neurodegenerative disease

Aroma: Floral

Also found in: Lavender

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PINENE

Most common terpene in the natural world. It may be useful for pain, inflammation, or anxiety.

Potential effects: Alertness, memory retention, counteracts some THC effects

Potential therapeutic value: Treatment of asthma, pain, inflammation, ulcers, anxiety, cancer

Aroma: Pine

Also found in: Pine needles, rosemary, basil, parsley, dill

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CARYOPHLLENE

The only terpene known to also act as a cannabinoid: it can activate our endocannabinoid system to provide anti-inflammatory effects.

Potential effects: Stress relief

Potential therapeutic value: Treatment of pain, anxiety/depression, ulcers

Aroma: Pepper, spicy, woody, cloves

Also found in: Black pepper, cloves, cinnamon

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