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What You Need To Know About THC

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Wondering what THC is, and how it’s used for medical purposes? In this blog, we’ll explain what you should know.

What is THC?

THC is short for tetrahydrocannabinol. This is the active ingredient in marijuana, which induces a “high” and other pleasurable effects. THC has been studied and shown to have lots of potential for issues like anxiety, pain management, and even PTSD.

This is why THC and marijuana have been legalized by lots of states for medical purposes. If you have a qualifying condition, you can take THC as medicine to deal with your health problems.

There are lots of different ways to absorb THC. THC Tinctures can be used to absorb it sublingually (under the tongue). Creams can be used to absorb it directly into the skin, and edibles are also often used.

Edibles are a great option because the effects last up to 4-6 hours, but they can take up to 30-60 minutes to take effect since your body must digest the THC edibles to absorb the compound.

What’s The Difference Between CBD & THC?

CBD and THC have different molecular structures. While they both act on the endocannabinoid system (ECS), they work differently. The biggest difference between the two is that THC is psychoactive, and CBD is not.

This means that THC will alter your mental state and make you feel “high.” This doesn’t happen with CBD. This also means CBD is legal in all 50 states. THC is a controlled substance, and while it may be legal for recreational or medical uses in some states, it’s still illegal federally.

Though they’re different, CBD and THC are thought to work together to enhance each other’s effects. This is called the “entourage effect” Combining multiple cannabinoids like THC and CBD helps stimulate the ECS more effectively.

This is one of the reasons why FECO CBD oil is so popular. FECO stands for Full Extract Cannabis Oil. It’s extracted from cannabis plants that have both CBD and THC.

Find The Right Dose Of THC – Start Small

Taking too much THC can make you feel uncomfortable. If you’re taking THC or CBD oil with THC for medical purposes, start small. As you get more used to its effects, you can move to higher doses.

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