CBD- cannabidiol is the non-psychoactive ingredient that is praised for its medical uses. First off, this does not get you high! It uniquely pairs with the brain and studies show to help fight cancer cells, epilepsy, seizures, migraines and many other diseases not only in adults but small children as well. Both compounds are being researched but lack funding due to it still being a Schedule I drug.
WHAT ARE TERPS?
Terpenes are the small little molecules that distinguish each strain. When you open your Mitches bag, the first thing that hits you is the smell. Sometimes it’ smells a little fruity, such as Grand Daddy Purple that when grown right, smells like grapes, or Cherry Pie that has a very sweet smell. Sometimes it’s just straight funk like an OG Kush or Dosido. All these strains depending on its parents have variations in their terpene profile that contribute to not only the smell but also to their look, taste, and psychological effects it produces. There are about 200 terpenes found in cannabis and over 20,000 natural terpenes found in fruits, vegetables, and spices. When we test our strains through the MyDxCannaAnalyzer, it takes us through a comprehensive overview of the strain and the “Total Canna Profile”. It then predicts the feelings the user might feel.
So when strain hunting, ask yourself how do I want to feel?