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- What Are Hemp-Derived Cannabinoids?
NEW CANNABINOIDS New cannabinoids like Delta-8 and THCO are popping up everywhere, and consumers are excited to get their hands on them. Some are rumored to be more potent than THC despite being similar, while others have milder effects on the body. That is why you should only purchase them from authorized retailers. WHAT ARE SOME EXAMPLES? THCP Tetrahydrocannabiphorol (THCP) is a newly discovered phytocannabinoid that naturally occurs in low concentrations in cannabis plants. Despite being similar to THC, there is some evidence that THCP may be up to 33 times more potent than regular THC, causing a more powerful impact on the psychoactivity of cannabis strains. In addition, THCP may relieve chronic pain, provide sedative effects on the body, and soothe insomnia. However, it's easy to take an overdose leading to dizziness and a dry mouth. So far, there isn't concrete evidence to show the pros and cons of TCHP because of limited research. THCO THCO is also known as THC-O acetate. It is a hemp derivative that is approximately three times more potent than regular delta-9 THC. Some call it a psychedelic cannabinoid because it can cause hallucinatory effects in consumers. In addition, it increases sensory perception and has euphoric effects. However, the production process is toxic to humans, and many vendors of THCO products aren't fully aware of all the components of their products. Additionally, it's easy to take an overdose because THCO takes 20 minutes or more to kick in. Also, THCO will show up in drug tests. Finally, lawmakers are concerned about the lack of information and unsafe production methods. HHC Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) is a hemp derivative that contains a hydrogen compound that THC lacks. HHC causes less potent psychoactive effects on the body compared to delta-9 THC. While scientists and some consumers say that the HHC high is equal to delta-8 high, others have noticed that the HHC high is lower than delta-8. HHC has similar effects to THC. Nonetheless, you have to take in higher quantities to feel the effects. Manufacturers should only produce HHC in a grounded, explosion-proof environment because it can cause an explosion. Delta8 THC Delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol is a psychoactive cannabis compound. It has milder but similar effects on the body compared to delta9. Delta8 provides pain and nausea relief, soothes insomnia, and reduces anxiety. It also causes happy feelings and euphoria. The side effects of delta9 are anxiety, dry mouth, paranoia, red eyes, and short-term memory. The effects of Delta-8 vary from person to person. Depending on the level of experience with cannabis products, the method of consumption, and the quantity. These are just a few examples, and even now as this article is being written, scientist are discovering even more cannabinoids and ways to infuse them into more products for the consumer! For more information on Hemp Derived Products, visit www.topshelfhemp.co
- CANNABIS, POP CULTURE, & IT'S HOLIDAYS
CANNABIS & POP CULTURE Cannabis and pop culture have a relationship that keeps improving over the years. Pop culture has played a massive role in de-stigmatizing cannabis and creating a safe space for users. In addition, hip-hop songs, movies, and sitcoms have been excellent tools for promoting and advocating for the use of cannabis. Not just for its medicinal but its recreational benefits as well. This article discusses cannabis and pop culture, and the current holidays. War On Drugs And The Road To The Destigmatization Of Cannabis In 1969, approximately 400,000 people attended the Woodstock Festival. There was art, music, and many drugs, including cannabis. 1972 saw the birth of one of the pioneer events celebrating cannabis, the Michigan Hash Bash. In 1974, Thomas King Forcade founded High Times, the famous cannabis publication. Four years later, “Up in Smoke,” a movie celebrating cannabis, premiered. These events promoted the fight against America’s War on Drugs, targeting minority communities. In the 1990s, the Ungrateful Dead made 4/20 famous. Then, other movies celebrating cannabis like “The Big Lebowski” and “Dazed and Confused” premiered. Dr. Dre also released an album titled after the cannabis plant. Should Cannabis Be Legal? In 1996, California created the medical marijuana program. Some advocates say the potential health rewards far outweigh the potential risks of legalizing marijuana for medical use. For many users, marijuana is simply another natural health option with far less risk than conventional drugs. Does Cannabis Impair Judgment? Impairment from marijuana varies with THC concentration or dose, route of administration, and users’ experience with, or tolerance to the drug. Since marijuana is stored in the fatty tissue, it can be detected through drug testing several days or weeks – long after the individual has stopped experiencing any physiological effects and impaired functioning. The THC levels that create impairment are not well understood and according to the NIDA, there is wide variability in how THC is metabolized by frequent users versus infrequent users which makes interpretation of a positive urine drug test a challenge. Current Holidays CBD Day, February 1st It is an important holiday because it celebrates cannabidiol (CBD). It is a critical cannabinoid that promises a bright future for improving medical cannabis and our lives. In addition, this day marks the ongoing fight for nationwide legalization and the spread of accessible information within medical and recreational communities. 420 (pronounced four-twenty), April 20th It is the most popular cannabis holiday in the U.S. 420 celebrates the fight for the legalization of cannabis everywhere in the U.S. It also refers to the need for accessible information about recreational and medical marijuana in their respective communities. Jack Herer’s Birthday, June 18th Jack Herer was arguably one of the most devoted activists and authors in the fight to highlight the benefits of cannabis and erase harmful myths surrounding it. Sense Seeds even grows a cannabis strain called Jack Herer in his honor. Oils and Concentrates Day, July 10th On this day every year, cannabis users celebrate the advancement in cannabis oils and concentrate. In addition, we celebrate the multiple ways we can use them depending on the need. Commemorating The Victims Of Prohibition, October 5th We celebrate the lives of those who risked their freedom to get the right to grow cannabis and consume it. These are the heroes of the cannabis world. Legalization Day, November 6th On this day in 2012, the states of Washington and Colorado passed laws recognizing cannabis as a regulated industry in the U.S. These laws paved the way for others in the recreational marijuana industry. There's no doubt that Cannabis is becoming more and more intertwined with modern society, giving way to new opportunities in the industry and opening more doors for cannabis to showcase its unique versatility in other major industries. For more info on cannabis, visit www.topshelfhemp.co
- A HISTORY OF CANNABIS
HISTORY OF CANNABIS The cannabis plants Cannabis originated from Central Asia and has since worked wonders in the lives of many over centuries in different parts of the world. Humans have used it as medicine, to prepare food, for recreational purposes, and during religious rituals. Humans also used hemp fibers to make rope. Cannabis strains differ based on the environment, soil, climate, and topography. This article discusses the history of cannabis. Medicinal Cannabis Ancient Chinese texts show that cannabis has been an integral part of medicine since at least 2000 BCE. They used it to treat more than 100 conditions, including ü Intestinal disorders ü Rheumatic pain, ü Gout and recognized its narcotic effects Medical records from 1550 BCE show that Egyptians administered cannabis through oral, rectal, and vaginal routes. They also administered it through the eyes and skin. In addition, Egyptians used cannabis to aid during childbirth and as an anti-inflammatory drug. By 1500 BCE, the Chinese were burning cannabis plants in carved wood and inhaling the smoke to get high during funerals. Highly regarded Arabic scholars, al-Mayusi (living around 1000 CE) and al-Badri (living in the 15th century CE), used cannabis to treat pain relief, gout, edema, infectious wounds, and eye inflammation. Documents from 200 BCE describe the work of Hua Tuo, a Chinese surgeon who actively used cannabis as anesthesia during surgery to numb pain and keep patients high. In addition, he administered cannabis-infused oil and wine before surgeries. An Ayurvedic medicine text from about 800 BCE explains the numerous uses of cannabis as an anesthetic, pain reliever, appetite stimulant, and even an anti-parasitic. Within the same period, texts from the Atharva Verda, a holy book, highlight the importance of cannabis as a medicinal and spiritual plant. In addition, it describes the euphoric and psychotic effects of cannabis. An MRI scan of a mummy from Southern Siberia who lived around 500BCE shows she had breast cancer, claiming she may have used cannabis to manage her condition. Accounts from a medical text called De materia medica 1 CE outline instructions on using medical cannabis to treat earache. Arabic traders spread cannabis plants to Spain and North Africa between the 8th to the 15th century. During this time, an 11th-century Herbarium describes the use of cannabis as an anesthetic to treat urinary infections and to cause weight loss. By the early 19th century, there was growing interest in the West around the uses of medical marijuana. The works of William O'Shaughnessy, an Irish medical doctor, and that of Jacques-Joseph Moreau, a French psychiatrist, had significant effects on Western medicine. By the end of the 19th century, people started reconsidering their briefs around cannabis. New laws prohibiting the production, sale, and consumption of cannabis and its derivatives began springing up. Cannabis As Food Ancient Indians used cannabis to prepare food and drinks, some of which are still part of their diet. A good example is Bhang, a drink made from spices, milk, cannabis, and nuts. They used it to treat ailments and to relieve people of anxiety. They also believe that it's a favorite of Shiva. Indians still consume Bhang during events like the Holi festival. Image from Holi Festival With the history books to very much writing themselves on the issue, cannabis is becoming more and more a part of modern society and we are excited to see what the future holds for this amazing plant! For More Information on Cannabis & it's history, visit www.topshelfhemp.co #History #Cannabis #TopShelfHempCo #Blog #CannabisEducation #LearnMore #Hemp #CBD
- COAs | Top Shelf Hemp Co.
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- Bulk Hemp Flower And Cbd For Sale | Top Shelf Hemp Company | Earth City
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- White Label | Top Shelf Hemp Co.
White Label Interested in White Label? At Top Shelf Hemp Co., we extend our amazing farming and production processes to other brands. This enables them to put out the highest quality craft smokable hemp flower, CBD, CBG, Delta8, and related products on the market, and stand out far above the competition. We offer everything from top to bottom for our white label partners. Including lab reports, custom packaging, custom artwork design, web design, and credit card processing. For more information email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Us