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Hemp has come a long way from just CBD. In the last two years, we’ve seen a variety of cannabinoids hit the market and flourish due to their unique properties. Whether it’s CBDv for its headband effects, or HHCp-o for its extremely long duration; consumers are now able to modularly craft and choose different hemp derived products that align with their desired effects. As such, we’re proud to offer a variety of mixed cannabinoid products. Browse our cannabinoid combo collection today!

What is a cannabinoid?

Cannabinoids are among a group of compounds commonly found in hemp and cannabis. Once consumed, they act on cannabinoid receptors found in the brain, which are responsible for mediating many of marijuana’s effects.

Two of the most popular compounds are CBD, and THC.

THC, otherwise referenced to as Delta-9 THC, is the main psychoactive compound in cannabis, known for the “high” it creates.

However, CBD is quite the contrary. CBD, or cannabidiol, is non-psychoactive and has become commonly known in the recent years due to being an easily accessible option for those looking for potential relief when it comes to stress relief.

However, as you’ll find out soon, there are a plethora of other cannabinoids. Some you may recognize, such as CBG, and some you may not, such as THC-P-O. The latter of these two is one of the many, many, alt-cannabinoids on the market as of lately.

What are Alt-cannabinoids?

In recent years, the term “Hemp” has become a lot more popular than its heavily regulated cousin, aka “Marijuana”.

As you might’ve guessed, this partly stems from the 2018 Farm Bill, which for the most part federally legalized the growth and sale of hemp derived products given that they are below a total 0.3% THC.

This bill became the catalyst for much of the exposure that CBD has gotten over the past few years, as it opened the doors for people to finally experience the potential benefits it can offer, minus the psychoactive effects that come from smoking traditional THC-rich cannabis buds.

A rippling side-effect that resulted from this excessive availability of CBD was the popularization of Delta-8 THC.

Delta-8 THC, which is found in minute amounts in regular cannabis plants, is a minor cannabinoid that has psychoactive effects. Quickly realized as readily extractable from hemp, the definition of hemp-derived products quickly shifted to mean more than your regular CBD isolate and hemp flowers.

Much like Delta-8 THC, it was quickly learned that there are a variety of minor cannabinoids you could extract from hemp, as well as use to formulate some of the more potent cannabinoids you may have seen on the market lately, such as HHC or THC-P.

In short, an alt-cannabinoid is a simple blanket term that’s commonly given to these hemp-derived cannabinoids that have become more popular for their recreational potential. This includes mild cannabinoids such as Delta-8 THC, Delta-10 THC, all the way to some of the more intense ones such as HHC, THC-O, and THC-P.

What’s the strongest alt-cannabinoid?

A frequently debated topic in the fast moving alt cannabinoid scene is the potency of some of these cannabinoids. Much like Delta-9 THC, each cannabinoid will have varying effects depending on the individual. However, when it comes to pure potency, most enthusiasts have come to agreement that out of all the recent cannabinoids, THC-P is one of the most potent on the market, even exceeding the strength of regular Delta-9 THC.

This is excluding some of the more recent ones such as HHC-O, or THC-P-O. We’ve decided to leave these out as they are so new to the market, and due to the limited availability we’ve decided to exclude them from assessment for now.

What happens when you mix cannabinoids together?

So, what happens when you mix these new compounds together? Although dependent on the cannabinoids you mix together, you’re likely to experience a variety of things. It’s very possible that you’ll be able to discern the effects of each cannabinoid individually, however, you’re much more likely to experience what’s known as the entourage effect.

What is the Entourage Effect?

Commonly used when referencing CBD, the entourage effect is a term that is used to reference what happens when you consume a combination of cannabinoids and they interact with each other to create an entirely different experience, essentially enhancing each other in a synergistic way.

What is the best cannabinoid mix?

Similar to the topic of potency, the concept of determining the “best cannabinoid mix” really will boil down to preference. It mostly will depend on what kind of effects you’re looking for, and which cannabinoids you love the most.

What is “The Entourage Edition”?

The Entourage Edition is a collection of products that incorporate a diverse pick of hand-selected cannabinoids to create (in our opinion) the ultimate cannabinoid combo product.

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