The Cannabis Dictionary
Reduces vomiting and nausea.
Destroys or inhibits the growth of cells, especially malignant cells.
A trait that allows cannabis varieties to mature and achieve the flowering stage based on age as opposed to light exposure. These cannabis strains can begin to flower in as little as 2-4 weeks.
Neurotransmitters that are naturally produced by the body and bind to cannabinoid receptors.
A neurological disorder characterized by a predisposition to unpredictable seizures.
The ability to achieve internal stability or equilibrium.
Hybrid varieties of cannabis are made of a combination of Cannabis indica and Cannabis sativa.
A naturally occurring chemical substance that sends information between neurons.
The concentration or strength of a substance and its ability to affect our brains and bodies.
Chemicals that are produced and stored in the cannabis plant and give cannabis its distinctive smell.
Having a positive effect on the body or mind; contributing to a sense of well-being.
Commonly known as delta 9, THC is the by-product of heating THCA. THC is a major cannabinoid derived from cannabis. It is primarily responsible for the way our brains and bodies respond to cannabis, including the psychotropic effects. THC has some recreational and therapeutic uses. The potency of THC usually measured as a percentage, is around 15% today but can reach as high as 30%. Cannabis that contains low levels of THC (<0.3%) is classified as hemp.
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