Entourage Effect, Explained
It’s part of the so-called “entourage effect” that accounts for why different strains of cannabis have different properties and using products made from cannabis plants may be more effective than simply taking isolated THC or CBD.
More than 480 different compounds have been identified in the cannabis plant, including cannabinoids, like THC and CBD, and terpenes, which give marijuana its distinctive odors and flavors, whether reminiscent of pine, citrus, or damp earth. Few of these compounds have been extensively studied by scientists, due to strict U.S. federal laws against cannabis, but some researchers hypothesize that terpenes and other lesser-known molecules may have specific therapeutic effects when ingested together. 🚦
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Ok I’ll admit it... I was a sucker for the cute little “Christmas Tree” at our local Publix a year ago and this is the result. Lookin really pretty and bonus is the texture💙 #littletrees#feathery#evergreen#houseplants
Longtime client asked if I could do an album cover in time for the Christmas season. Really early look at it in progress. I'm pretty confident about the artwork despite the fact that I had to have a steroid injection the eye not two days ago. #oneeyepainting#watercolor#evergreen