This results in euphoria, happiness, giggles, and increased appetite. High levels of THC can induce a profound altered state of consciousness that causes anxiety in some users. THC CATEGORY Cannabinoid EFFECT Euphoria and happiness PSYCHOACTIVITY Psychoactive FLAVOR Unflavored STRAIN Hulkberry.
CATEGORY EFFECT PSYCHOACTIVITY FLAVOR STRAIN THC Cannabinoid Euphoria and happiness Pyschoactive Unflavored Hulkberry. CBD induces a relaxing and calming effect, but it’s not psychoactive in the same sense at THC—it can’t get you high. Instead, CBD is known to counteract some of the effects of THC by temporarily blocking CB1 receptors. CBD is also believed to act via numerous other molecular pathways to decrease inflammation and impart antioxidant and neuroprotective effects. CBD CATEGORY Cannabinoid EFFECT Antioxidant, neuroprotective PSYCHOACTIVITY Non-psychoactive FLAVOR Olive oil or Hemp seed STRAIN Solomatic CBD. CATEGORY EFFECT PSYCHOACTIVITY FLAVOR STRAIN CBD Cannabinoid Antioxidant, neuroprotective Non-psychoactive Olive oil or Hemp seed Solomatic CBD. Vaping within this temperature range invites some extremely interesting molecules to the party.
If you’re vaping high-CBD flowers, this is the optimal range to release the molecule alongside key terpenes. If you’re vaping high-THC flowers, you’ll unleash a lot more terpenes at this temperature. Myrcene is the most common terpene within cannabis, and it becomes available within this temperature bracket. The molecule provides tastes of earthiness, grapes, and spice. Myrcene exerts a slightly sedating effect and is the chemical behind the relaxing properties of most indica cultivars. MYRCENE CATEGORY Terpene EFFECT Relaxing PSYCHOACTIVITY Non-psychoactive FLAVOR Grapes, spice STRAIN Dance World. CATEGORY EFFECT PSYCHOACTIVITY FLAVOR STRAIN MYRCENE Terpene Relaxing Non-psychoactive Grapes, spice Dance World. Δ8-THC adds a subtle psychoactive kick to this temperature bracket. It’s an analogue of THC that binds to CB1 receptors to produce anti-nausea, anti-anxiety, appetite-stimulating, painkilling, and neuroprotective effects. However, Δ8-THC only occurs in cannabis in very small amounts. Additionally, it has a lower psychoactive potency than its more common counterpart. Δ8-THC CATEGORY Cannabinoid EFFECT Anti-nausea PSYCHOACTIVITY Psychoactive FLAVOR Unflavored. CATEGORY EFFECT PSYCHOACTIVITY FLAVOR Δ8-THC Cannabinoid Anti-nausea Psychoactive Unflavored. It’s one of the main components of eucalyptus, yet is quite rare in modern-day cannabis strains. The terpene has demonstrated  anti-viral, painkilling, anti-fungal, antibiotic, and anti-inflammatory effects. CINEOLE CATEGORY Terpene EFFECT Anti-viral PSYCHOACTIVITY Non-psychoactive FLAVOR Eucalyptus. CATEGORY EFFECT PSYCHOACTIVITY FLAVOR CINEOLE Terpene Anti-viral Non-psychoactive Eucalyptus. Limonene infuses cannabis vapor with hints of citrus. The molecule makes the effects of THC more cerebral and euphoric. In animal research  , limonene reduced anxiety and boosted serotonin levels in the prefrontal cortex, as well as dopamine levels in the hippocampus. LIMONENE CATEGORY Terpene EFFECT Boost dopamine PSYCHOACTIVITY Non-psychoactive FLAVOR Citrus STRAIN Green Gelato. CATEGORY EFFECT PSYCHOACTIVITY FLAVOR STRAIN LIMONENE Terpene Boost dopamine Non-psychoactive Citrus Green Gelato. It contributes a sweet and citrusy aroma, and has been shown in animal studies to display a sedating effect  .
P-CYMENE CATEGORY Terpene EFFECT Sedative PSYCHOACTIVITY Non-psychoactive FLAVOR Sweet, citrus STRAIN Sour Diesel. CATEGORY EFFECT PSYCHOACTIVITY FLAVOR STRAIN P-CYMENE Terpene Sedative Non-psychoactive Sweet, citrus Sour Diesel. Apigenin is another flavonoid found in the cannabis plant. This molecule exerts anti-anxiety effects and is the key anxiolytic agent found in chamomile flowers.
Impressively, it acts on the same receptors as benzodiazepines, yet doesn’t cause the side effects of amnesia or sedation. APIGENIN CATEGORY Flavonoid EFFECT Anxyiolitic PSYCHOACTIVITY Non-psychoactive FLAVOR Chamomille.