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We at One Plant® are creating an educational and inviting retail atmosphere, where you can comfortably learn about cannabis and purchase the cannabis products that are right for your needs.
As the popularity of marijuana and other cannabis products grows, consumers are becoming interested and curious about their options. The first step in the education process is understanding the difference between the two natural compounds that are found in cannabis - THC and CBD.
THC is the component in cannabis that is primarily responsible for its intoxicating, psychoactive effects. It can be consumed by smoking but is also available in oils, edibles, tincture, capsules and more.
CBD can have an effect on both mind and body, but it has little to no intoxicating effect. It interacts with the human Endocannabinoid System by encouraging the release of our own endocannabinoids. Cannabis with a high CBD concentration can decrease negative side effects of THC. It’s sold in gels, gummies, oils, supplements, extracts and more.
These are the two different strains of cannabis plants. Each strain offers a varied experience of effects.
Experiences with indica are often described as a relaxing bodily experience that is good for nighttime use. It is the combination of the strain type, the strain’s cannabinoid and the terpene that contribute to the effects.
Experiences with sativa are often described as energizing and good for daytime usage. However, it is the combination of the strain type, the strain’s cannabinoid and the terpene that contribute to the effects.
It's important to note that these are the reported experiences but there is no scientific evidence that proves the indica or sativa plant deliver these specific results.