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Before making the decision to buy CBD oil, I strongly recommend you to take the time to learn more about this product and to get familiar with the numerous benefits of cannabinoids on the human body. We’ve already discussed some of the CBD oil benefits...

Until now we’ve discussed the properties and effects of the most common phytocannabinoids, so it’s time to take a look at synthetic cannabinoids as well, and see how they’re different from naturally occurring ones. As their name implies, synthetic cannabinoids are chemicals that mimic the effects...

We’ve reached our 6th article in the Cannabinoids Explained series and we’ll dedicate this one to CBE and CBL or cannabielsoin and cannabicyclocl, as these compounds are scientifically called. First observed in 1983 by researchers at the Ohio State University, CBE forms from cannabidiol during the...

The illegal use of cannabis products for recreational purposes has determined researchers to intensify their efforts for understanding how the psychoactive effects cannabis are produced. The feelings of euphoria, the sense of relaxation and the altered perceptions accompany most of the recreational cannabis products, being the...

In a policy brief published by the Medical Research Council on January 5, the medicinal value of cannabinoids was officially – and historically – recognised in South Africa. Three days later, the president signed into law the Medicines and Related Substances Amendment Act of 2015,...

We continue our Cannabinoids explained series with Cannabichromenes (CBC), a compound that is naturally found in the cannabis plant and is similar to other cannabinoids discussed until now – THC, CBD and CBN. CBC is less popular than other phytocannabinoids but has multiple health benefits, studies showing...

Cannabinol (CBN) is a cannabinoid found in the Cannabis sativa plant, so it is part of the phytocannabinoids family, just like cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). As its name suggests, CBN is related to THC, the compound being in fact a metabolite of tetrahydrocannabinol. This means...

Cannabigerol (CBG) is less popular than CBD or THC, but this cannabinoids deserves our attention as well, as studies suggest that the compound might poses some interesting properties, with potential medical applications. CBG tends to occur in higher amounts in industrial hemp plants and in lower...