THC or Tetrahydrocannabinol

THC is an exogenous cannabinoid, which means it comes from outside of the body, and produces the psychoactive effects associated with marijuana. It is the most abundant and well-known cannabinoid of Cannabis.

THC has an array of medicinal and therapeutic properties and works by binding to cannabinoid receptors in the brain and nervous system to create psychoactive effects. 


What does it feel like?

Since THC and the different THC components are responsible for the psychoactive effect, many users experience different feelings and effects. 




-Sense of calmness

-Increased appetite

Benefits and Effects of THC

-Analgesic or Pain Relief
-Appetite Stimulant
-Antiemetic/Reduces Nausea and Vomiting
-Reduces Intraocular pressure (eye pressure)
-Anti-Cancer (Preventative, therapeutic, and tumor shrinkage)
-Muscle Relaxant
-Protects and stimulates connection of neural pathways by binding with CB1 receptors in the brain.