Raw Cannabinoids

  • THC-A (Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinolic acid): most commonly occurring non-intoxicating component found in raw cannabis which converts to THC when burned, vaporized, or heated at a certain temperature. In its raw form, THC-A is potentially beneficial for inflammatory conditions such as lupus, treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, and antiproliferative properties.  

  • CBD-A (Cannabidiolic acid): second most commonly found component is raw cannabis which converts to CBD when burned, vaporized, or heated at certain temperatures. In its raw form, CBD-A creates more antimicrobial activity than CBD alone in addition to being potentially beneficial for pain, nausea, and inflammatory conditions.

  • CBG-A (Cannabigerolic acid): considered to be the ‘mother’ of cannabinoids, as all others are synthesized from it. Potentially beneficial for its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.

  • CBC-A (Cannabichromenenic acid): one of three compounds synthesized out of CBG-A. CBC-A is potentially beneficial for its anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties. 

  • CBGV-A (Cannabigerovarinic acid): non-intoxicating component found in raw cannabis, potentially beneficial for anti-inflammatory properties.

  • THCV-A (Tetrahydrocanabivarinic acid): non-intoxicating component found in raw cannabis, potentially beneficial for anti-inflammatory properties.

  • CBDV-A (Cannabidivarinic acid): non-intoxicating component found in raw cannabis, potentially beneficial for anti-inflammatory properties.

  • CBCV-A (Cannabichromevarinic acid): non-intoxicating component found in raw cannabis, potentially beneficial for anti-inflammatory properties.


Decarboxylated (Activated) Cannabinoids

  • THC (Δ9–tetrahydrocannabinol) [315 °F (157 °C)]: primary intoxicating component which interacts with receptors in the brain and body to create various effects. Potentially beneficial for pain relief, appetite stimulation, and treatment for nausea.

  • CBD (Cannabidiol)  [356 °F (180 °C)]: non-intoxicating component potentially beneficial to a variety of conditions including anxiety, pain, and inflammation. Famously known for treating rare forms of childhood epilepsy. 

  • CBC (Cannabichromene) / [428 °F (220 °C)]: non-intoxicating component potentially beneficial for cancer, depression, inflammation, and more. Popular for use in cannabis topicals.

  • CBG (Cannabigerol)  [126 °F (52 °C)]: non-intoxicating component potentially beneficial for glaucoma, inflammatory bowels, and has also shown evidence of being an effective antibacterial agent.

  • CBGV (Cannabigerivarin): non-intoxicating component potentially beneficial for its anticonvulsant effects as well as its effects on leukemia cells.

  • THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin) /  [428 °F (220 °C)]: minorly occurring non-intoxicating (unless in consumed in high doses) component only found within some strains of cannabis that is potentially beneficial to diabetes, panic disorders (anxiety, PTSD, etc), and Alzheimer’s. May also be used to suppress appetite.

  • CBDV (Cannabidivarin): non-intoxicating component potentially beneficial for its anticonsulvant effects, and nausea treatment. Highest levels of CBDV are found more prevalently in indica strains, specifically landrace indica strains.

  • CBCV (Cannabichromevarin): non-intoxicating component potentially beneficial for chronic pain, depression, Crohn's disease, and inflammatory conditions such as arthritis.


Aged Cannabinoids

  • CBN-A (Cannabinolic Acid): non-intoxicating parent component that decarboxylates into CBN.

    • CBN (Cannabinol) [365 °F (185 °C)]: non-intoxicating component commonly believed to have sedative effects. Rarely exceeds 1% in dried flower.

  • CBL-A (Cannabicyclol Acid): non-intoxicating degradation product that occurs when CBC-A absorbs UV light.

    • CBL (Cannabicyclol): non-intoxicating product that occurs when CBL-A is burned, vaporized, or heated at certain temperatures, or exposed to UV light.

  • Δ8 THC (Δ8-tetrahydrocannabinol): slightly less psychoactive component potentially beneficial for anxiety disorders (anxiety, PTSD, etc), appetite stimulation. and pain relief.