THC is one of the most commonly known cannabinoids, which are the active ingredients within the cannabis plant. THC-rich strains are euphoric, to varying degrees.
CBD is the other most commonly known cannabinoid and is less euphoric than THC, if at all. CBD delivers various restorative qualities, including inflammation relief.
Strains refer to the thousands of different varietals of cannabis flower, each with a unique flavor and different effect(s) based on their active ingredients.
Sativa refers to cannabis flower strains from closer to the equator and are believed to have more “energetic” effects.
Indica refers to strains cultivated from more northern latitudes and are believed to have more “relaxing” effects.
Hybrid refers to Sativa and Indica strains that have been cross-cultivated to produce cannabinoids with more balanced effects.
Terpenes are the oils secreted by cannabis plants that give each strain a unique smell and taste and may also enhance effects.
Dosing refers to the consumption of small doses of cannabis edibles, making it convenient and manageable per individual preference. In California, the “maximum” dose is 10mg of THC.