How CBD Can Benefit You

Cannabinoids are a group of substances found in the cannabis plant, THC and CBD are the most commonly known, however more than 100 other cannabinoids have been identified, each have unique properties, here we have created a list of Cannabinoids that have powerful medicinal benefit. 


THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol): You may be most familiar with this one. THC is the most psychoactive cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. This is the component that gets you high. What you probably haven’t heard of its close relative Delta-8. Read Here

Here are four key benefits research suggests THC has the potential to:

CBD (cannabidiol): A non-psychoactive cannabinoid. Research suggests it may help with pain, inflammation, anxiety, seizure disorders and improve skin health. There is so much more research needed, but the scientific studies and anecdotal claims out there are promising. Check out this article on Medical News Today.

Here are some of many benefits research suggests CBD can do:

CBN (cannabinol): CBN occurs naturally as the plant ages. Gradually over time as the plant is exposed to heat and air, the THC converts to CBN. It is a mildly-psychoactive cannabinoid because it has sedative properties.  If you have trouble sleeping or suffer from insomnia, this is the cannabinoid you want to seek out in the products you purchase. The best part is it isn’t as heavy as some OTC or prescription options may be, so you shouldn’t experience a hangover feeling from using products containing CBN. 

What are some of the other benefits research claims:

 CBG (cannabigerol): Called “the Mother of All Cannabinoids” because all cannabinoids start out at CBGA. Also nicknamed “the Xanax of cannabinoids” among industry professionals because of its mood regulating properties. Research also suggests it may:

interview with Dr Ethan Rosso

CBC (Cannabichromene): So much more research is needed to understand the full benefits of cannabinoids, but CBC is the one cannabinoid I am really excited for. Even with the limited research available for CBC, so far research claims it may:

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