THC, CBD, THCV, CBN... WTF, amirite? Over 100 different cannabinoids have been identified in the cannabis plant. The most popular, of course, is delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC is the belle of the ball since it’s responsible for that classic cannabis “high.” You’ve also likely heard of cannabidiol (or CBD) since more research is being done to learn about the full range of benefits it offers. But what about the other cannabinoids? Do you even need to know about them? We think so, and we’ll dive into some of the most talked-about ones below. What is a Cannabinoid? Cannabinoids are… Read more
By Seasoned Stoner In the spirit of living that #ABXAdventure life, I tried macrodosing at work. Yeah, you may have already heard about all the benefits of microdosing, but when my team and I were talking about soft gels, and I said, “I think I could take a 50mgs and still work,” the rest of the team said, “DO IT.” Here were the parameters: during the week (a day unknown to the rest of the team) I was going to take some of our soft gels, get super high, and try to work. They promised not to tell anyone else if they caught on. So, without further ado, this is the story about what happens… Read more
If you follow cannabis trends or have just been in a dispensary lately, you may have noticed a new powder or tincture on dispensary shelves. Don’t panic! It’s still cannabis, it’s just THCA isolate. But now you might be asking (since you’re reading this blog), “WTF is THCA?” THC vs. THCA -- it’s all about the HEAT Here’s a fun fact: cannabis doesn’t actually produce THC or CBD (as we know it, at least). The plant produces all cannabinoids in an acid form. THCA is the raw, non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis and converts to THC when it’s dried and heated (which is why you need to… Read more