Terpene Cheat Sheet

Terpene Cheat Sheet

You may not realize it, but you are already familiar with Terpenes. Terpenes are fragrant oils that are responsible for the scent of cannabis, as well as a variety of other organisms and plants. Each cannabis strain has a unique terpene profile that not only gives it a signature sent, but also aids in the overall effects of the strain. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)

Indica vs Sativa

Indica vs Sativa

Cannabis is broken into 2 species: Cannabis indica & Cannabis sativa. Back in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, both evolved in isolated locations, developing distinct characteristics in how they look and how they make you feel when consumed. When you walk into a dispensary, one of the first questions asked is if you prefer indicas or sativas. However, today, scientists and cannabis experts agree that this way of categorizing the euphoric effect of marijuana, based on genetics, is simply untrue. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)

How do I get my medical card in Florida?

How do I get my medical card in Florida?

In Florida, medical marijuana first became legal in January 2017. However, it's taken some time for an abundance of dispensaries to open across the state (thanks to the long, drawn-out process growers had to go through in order to open a legal medical dispensary). If you are a valid Florida resident (permanent or seasonal) getting your card might be easier than you think. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)

How does cannabis interact with my body?

How does cannabis interact with my body?

THC & CBD are 2 out of hundreds of cannabinoids present in marijuana. Since they come from the cannabis plant, they are called phytocannabinoids. What most people don't know, is that we also have cannabinoids that are produced naturally within our bodies. These cannabinoids are called endocannabinoids. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)

Why use THC in conjunction with CBD?

Why use THC in conjunction with CBD?

When you combine THC & CBD in a blended form of consumption, they cause a very different reaction than just THC alone, or CBD alone. CBD essentially gets in the way of THC's ability to bind with one of the major ECS receptors, CB1. As a result, the presence of CBD has a significant impact on the psychoactive properties of THC. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)