What is microdosing?

What is microdosing?

Although cannabis edibles are often associated with large doses and potent effects, one method of consumption that’s been gaining popularity is microdosing. In the recreational cannabis market one dose is defined as 10mg of THC, so when microdosing consumers should...
What is α-Bisabolol?

What is α-Bisabolol?

α-Bisabolol is a versatile terpene that shares many of its qualities with a majority of the terps that we’ve covered in our last few educational posts. It’s often the third or fourth most present terpene in a cultivar’s profile, and has been found to produce a freshly...
What is Humulene?

What is Humulene?

As we’ve covered in our last few educational posts, the most common terpenes that can be found in cannabis are Caryophyllene, Limonene and Myrcene. Beyond those three, there are still a wide variety of other terpenes that can be found in the world of cannabis....
What is Myrcene?

What is Myrcene?

Another terpene that’s extremely prevalent in the world of cannabis is Myrcene. It’s known to produce an earthy scent, often providing robust notes of balsam that are a little spicy and herbaceous. Myrcene has been used throughout history as an ingredient in a variety...
What is Limonene?

What is Limonene?

When looking at the fruitier side of the terpene spectrum, Limonene stands out as one of the most common and easily recognizable terpenes found in cannabis. It’s associated with sweet and citrusy aromas, and even naturally exists within certain fruit rinds! Limonene...
What is Caryophyllene?

What is Caryophyllene?

With such a wide variety of terpenes existing within the world of cannabis, it can be difficult to keep track of them all. But the most commonly found terpene in cannabis is by far Caryophyllene. It’s also found in pepper, oregano, cinnamon, and even in hops!...
The Importance of Lipids and Fats in Cannabis Consumption

The Importance of Lipids and Fats in Cannabis Consumption

One of the most unique aspects of solventless products is that they retain the lipids and fats that naturally exist within cannabis plants’ trichomes. Although some believe these organic compounds aren’t essential, the entourage effect that is provided by a strain’s...
What is the blood-brain barrier and why is it important?

What is the blood-brain barrier and why is it important?

As we discussed in our last post, as the human body digests cannabis edibles the liver breaks down THC to become more bioavailable. This part of digestion allows THC to pass through an important cell membrane that is located in the brain. It’s called the blood-brain...
How Are Cannabis Edibles Absorbed By The Body?

How Are Cannabis Edibles Absorbed By The Body?

Almost everyone’s first experiences with consuming cannabis involve smoking. While that will always be the most common method of consumption, edibles are continuing to gain popularity. This is due to their ease of use, potency and the fact that they bypass the lungs....
Why Do We Decarb Our Rosin Before We Infuse Our Gummies?

Why Do We Decarb Our Rosin Before We Infuse Our Gummies?

After washing and pressing our starting material, but before bonding the resulting rosin with organic coconut oil (as covered in our previous IG post), we must decarb the rosin that we infuse into our gummies. Decarbing essentially is the process of converting thc-a...
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