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What are cannabinoids?
You certainly have not missed that the cannabis plant is an impressive, medically very valuable plant, otherwise you would not have landed here. The reason for this is the cannabinoids contained in it. Cannabinoids are a class of chemical compounds. They affect the cannabinoid receptors in cells of the human and animal body and thereby alter messenger substances in the brain, which are then released. There are at least 113 already isolated cannabinoids from the hemp plant that have different effects. The following cannabinoid overview gives you information about the possible effects of the most famous cannabinoids.

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
THC is probably the most studied cannabinoid. It is the predominantly intoxicant and thus psychoactive ingredient of the hemp plant, which is why it is subject to the Narcotics Act in the European Union. THC is said to have significant medicinal properties, such as:

help with muscle cramps
supported the growth of new nerve cells
stimulate the appetite
reduce the number of free radicals
promote relaxation
reduce the damage to the nerves
mitigate some forms of cancer
Reduce glaucoma
relieve neural pain
reduce pain
strongly affect the psyche
soften feelings of nausea
Cannabidiol (CBD)
CBD is the non-psychoactive main constituent of the cannabis plant. It is the second best known cannabinoid after THC. CBD is legal in the EU because of its non-psychoactive effect. Together with THC can create a synergy effect. Its properties should be as diverse as the THC. Accordingly, CBD is said to have the following properties:

help with nausea
stimulate the bone structure
protect the nerves
Reduce and inhibit inflammation
Alleviate epilepsy
lower high blood sugar levels
have a supporting effect in cancer therapy
loosen muscle spasms
to reduce pain
Cannabichromen (CBC)
CBC is the cannabinoid that is the third most abundant in the hemp plant. In some strains, it may also be that the active ingredient CBC is more dominant than CBD. CBC has no intoxicating effect like CBD. CBC should be

building up bones
regenerating (cell function)
pain relieving (only in conjunction with THC)
supportive (function of the blood cells)
Cannabinol (CBN)
CBN is only slightly present in very young cannabis plants. Due to the drying and storage of certain cannabis strains, the amount of CBN is quite high. CBN has an intoxicating effect and is an oxidation product of THC. It should:

have an anti-asthmatic effect
antibacterial effect
have a calming effect
stimulate the appetite
Reduce inflammation
reduce free radicals
relax muscles
to reduce pain
Cannabigerol (CBG)
CBG is not psychoactive and is therefore not subject to the Narcotics Act in the European Union. This cannabinoid is found mainly in the young growth stage of the cannabis plant, which makes it difficult to obtain in large quantities later on. The current science says that CBG:

antibacterial effect
has antitumoral properties
lowers the intraocular pressure
relieves the pain (more than THC)
a possible treatment for psoriasis is
is slightly antifungal
moderately antidepressant
Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV)
THCV has a low psychoactive effect compared to THC and should attenuate recent research into some of the negative effects of THC. THCV can:

appetite suppressant
a possible help for diabetics
fat-reducing effect (helps with overweight)
have an antispasmodic effect
be neuroprotective (neuroprotective)
be metabolically stimulating

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