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THC Amiss? Deadlights Proves You Can Get High From A High CBD Strain

As a cannabis cultivator and consumer who’s spent much of his weed career procuring and breeding strains devoid of cannabidiol and cannabinol (better known respectively as CBD and CBN) while increasing percentages of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), I’ve long resisted the growing hype surrounding CBD medical marijuana strains. Until about seven years ago, when the medical benefits […]

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Understanding Cannabinoids and Terpenoids, Part 1

Marijuana gets us high and has medical benefits because it contains hundreds of compounds that affect our bodies and minds. The main categories of compounds we care about are cannabinoids and terpenoids. Cannabinoids provide us the primary marijuana high, and some medical benefits. Marijuana is the only plant that produces some cannabinoid compounds. Terpenoids provide […]

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Grow Marijuana Strains High in CBD & THC

CBD CBD CBD!  When you hear about “medical marijuana legalization,” you’re often hearing about legalizing only CBD, otherwise known as cannabidiol. CBD is one of the Big Three cannabinoids. The other two are THC and CBN—tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabinol. THC, CBD, and CBN are medically important, and so are terpenoids and flavonoids, which are other compounds […]

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CBD-Rich Marijuana: Why Grow It?

Marijuana markets and consumers are changing rapidly, especially when it comes to cannabinoids like CBD (cannabidiol). One of the newest trends is to grow CBD-rich marijuana, or marijuana with high  CBN (cannabinol) percentages. THC, CBD, and CBN are the “big three” cannabinoids most of us know about. These cannabinoids don’t totally control marijuana’s high, or […]

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