Cannabinoid lesson on THC

The cannabis plant is a truly Amazing. There are many parts of this plant that have medical value and the most medically active part of the cannabis plant is the cannabinoids. These cannabinoids help your body in many different ways. Today we are going to talk about just one cannabinoid specifically Delta 9 Tetrahydrocannabinol better known as THC.


It is also the most well known of the cannabinoids. Most people know about THC because it is the  active ingredient in cannabis that can get the user of cannabis HIGH. However getting the user high is not the only thing THC can do. For people like me the analgesic (pain relieving) effects of THC are the most important. However THC does more than relieving pain; THC can also be an anti-depressant, anti-spasmodic (relieves spasms), anti-emetic (relieves nausea), appetite stimulant, and has anti-oxidant. THC act on the body using the bodies endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system is where your body creates it own internal cannabis to heal the body. I will go into more detail on the endocannabinoid system on a latter date.

Most Cannabis plants have more of the THC cannabinoids in it than any other cannabinoids. The Cannabis plant is the most medically active plant on this planet and is safer to use than pharmaceuticals. Stay tuned for another cannabinoid lesson on another day. Learn the different cannabinoids and how they effect your body positively.

2 thoughts on “Cannabinoid lesson on THC

  1. With the research I have done I have found that the cannabinoid cannabidoil also known as CBD is the neuroprotectant. Even in the US patent # 6630507 refers to cannabidoil as having the neuroprotective attributes. I will be covering CBD when I do my next blog entry on Cannabinoids. Look for that in the next few weeks and thank you for your comment Cacramer.

    “Spread Cannabis Knowledge!”


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