Canna/Hemp Chemistry 101

Learn more about cannabinoids and terpenes

What are the most common cannabinoids and terpenes and what do they do?

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Canna/Hemp Chemistry 101

Learn more about cannabinoids and terpenes

Canna/Hemp Chemistry 101: A Little Introduction

What is a Cannabinoid? What is the difference between the cannabinoids found within marijuana and hemp? What conditions can the most common cannabinoids treat? What is the future of cannabinoid research?

While research is arguably still in its infancy, there is actually quite a lot that we already know about cannabis, the chemical processes, and the medical applications of the most prevalent cannabinoids. Ionization Labs has put together a little informative to better educate folks on the the chemistry and applications of marijuana and hemp. Browse our articles below, or start HERE.

What is Cannabichromevarinic Acid – CBCVA?

What is CBCVA? What is the medicinal potential of CBCVA? What is the importance of CBCVA?

What is Cannabigerolic Acid – CBGA?

What is CBGA- Cannabigerolic Acid ? What do we know about CBGA? What are the health benefits of CBGA?

What is Cannabigerovarin – CBGV?

Lauded to be the most effective of all the cannabinoids in combating cancer, CBGV is one of over 100 known cannabinoids. What is CBGV and what can it treat?

What is Cannabigerovarinic Acid- CBGVA?

What is CBGVA - Cannabigerovarinic Acid? How is CBGVA created? What are the medicinal benefits of Cannabigerovarinic Acid?

What is Cannabigerol? – CBG

CBG is another in a long list of cannabinoids that many people know absolutely nothing about, but you should. What is CBG? What is the medicinal potential of CBG?

What is Cannabinolic Acid – CBNA?

There is little is known about CBNA other than it is not a psychoactive. Presently, we can only surmise that it will have qualities similar to both THCA and CBN.

What is Cannabinol – CBN?

CBN, or Cannabinol, bears a large resemblance to CBD (cannabidiol) and provides a host of benefits when it is isolated. It shows a lot of promise, and companies are begging research facilities to explore this cannabinoid compound in greater detail.

What is Cannabichromevarin – CBCV?

What is CBCV? How does CBCV differ from CBC and other cannabinoids? What is the medicinal value of CBCV?

What is Cannabichromene – CBC?

What is CBC? How does CBC differ from other cannabinoids? What are the medicinal uses of CBC?
Cannabis-potency-testing-hemp-potency-testing- CBCA - Cannabichromenic Acid

What is Cannabichromenic Acid – CBCA?

CBCA is one of 112 known cannabinoids found in cannabis plants. When decarboxylation methods are used to heat the compound, it breaks down to CBC.

What is Cannabidivarinic Acid – CBDVA?

What is CBDVA - Cannabidivarinic Acid? How is CBDVA created? What are the medicinal benefits of Cannabidivarinic Acid?

What is Cannabidivarin – CBDV?

What is CBDV? Is CBDV the same as CBD? What is the medicinal potential of CBDV? Where can CBDV be found?

What is -Cannabidiolic Acid – CBDA?

CBDA is not only closely related to the compound CBD (cannabidiol) which is a well-known cannabinoid, it is the predecessor. CBD comes from CBDA.
CBD

What is Cannabidiol – CBD?

CBD, or cannabidiol, is a phytocompound found in cannabis plants. CBD is a cannabinoid compound which is known to bond with CB2 receptors of the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). When CBD bonds with the CB2 receptors, a lipid is formed which helps do a number of things in the body.

What is Tetrahydrocannabivarin Carboxylic Acid – THCVA?

THCVA, in particular, joins the ranks of CBD, THC, CBC, CBGA, THCV and more cannabinoids that are being researched for their usefulness to the body. While CBD and THC are the most well-known of the cannabinoids, as science has continued to expand into cannabis research, and molecular isolation has improved, other cannabinoids have been able to be explored more fully.

What is Tetrahydrocannabivarin – THCV?

What is THCV? How does THCV differ from THC and THCVA? What is the medicinal value of THCV?

What is Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid – THCA?

What is the Difference Between THC and THCA? How Does THCA Turn Into THC? What are the medicinal benefits of THCA?

What is Delta 8 Tetrahydrocannabinol THC

Learn about Delta-8-Tetracannabinol, how THC-8 interacts with the human body, the medicinal benefits, and the difference between Delta-8-THC and Delta-9-THC

What is Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol – THC

When most people think of THC, they think of the euphoria or high associated with cannabis. While it is true that THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is the chemical responsible for most of marijuana's psychotropic effects, it is actually a lot more complex than that.

Cannabinoids 101: Main Classes of Cannabinoids

While THC is the most well known of the cannabinoids, there are actually over 100 different cannabinoids present within the cannabis plant. Therapeutically, different cannabinoids have different therapeutic benefits and affect the body in different ways.  

Terpenes 101 – A Guide to Cannabis Terpenes

While primary terpenes largely influence how any individual plant smells, and effect a plant's growth and development, secondary terpenes aid the plant's defense. Whereas the unique aroma carried by each cannabis plant is a product of the primary terpenes present within the plant, the medicinal value of any given cannabis strain is a product of both primary and secondary terpenes combined. 
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CBN – Uncovering Yet Another of the Many Beneficial Cannabinoids Found in Cannabis

What is CBN? Learn more about Cannabinol, a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in Cannabis, and arguably the next big thing in Cannabis therapy for mood, and sleep.

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