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Commonly found in black pepper, cloves, and cinnamon, β-Caryophyllene is known for its spicy and woody aroma. It has unique medicinal benefits, as it binds to CB2 receptors and has anti-inflammatory properties. This makes it a popular choice for pain relief.
Commonly found in hops, basil, and cloves, Humulene is known for its earthy, woody, and spicy aroma. Some patients find it has an uplifting and calming effect. Humulene has been used for hundreds of years in holistic medicinal practices and may be helpful for pain reduction, anti-inflammation and appetite suppression.
|Total THC||500 mg|
|Total CBD||1.5 mg|
|Total CBC||3.15 mg|
|Total CBG||6 mg|
Tinctures use an alcohol base to create a highly concentrated liquid cannabis extract. Tinctures are best absorbed under the tongue where they can easily enter the bloodstream. Liquid droppers are used to dose the amount of cannabis being consumed. The effects from tinctures are felt quicker than edibles, but not as quick as inhalation and it is best to avoid eating or drinking for 10 minutes following administration. New patients are advised to start with a small amount (0.1ml-0.25ml) and increase dosage every 3 days until desired effects are felt.