2 - AG: A CB1 receptor, it is an ester formed from the arachidonic acid and glycerol which occurs in the brain. It is one of the two endocannabinoids.
Anandamide: Derivative of Arachidonic Acid which happens naturally in the brain. It acts as a messenger molecule by elevating roles in appetite, depression, fertility and memory. It is one of the two known endocannabinoids.
Bioavailbility: The rate at which a drug is absorbed by the bodys circulatory system. A tool used to measure the correct dosage.
Broad Spectrum: Broad spectrum is same as full spectrum without the THC.
Blended Spectrum: Includes products that has raw, non-activated cannabinoids along with activated cannabinoids.
Butane Hash Oil (BHO):
Cannabis Sativa L
Certificate of Analysis (COA): Document or report provided by Quality Assurance that confirms the product of its specifcations and active ingredients of that batch.
Dabbing: Dabbing is the act of smoking concentrates forms or cannabis or CBD in form of wax.
Decarboxylation: The act of removing a carboxyl group from a chemical compound.
Distilled Oil: One of the last st
Endogenous: Growing or developing internally
Entourage Effect: The idea that biologically active compounds can enhance biological activities when used together rather than just an isolated active compound.
Fatty Acid: Long hydrocarbon chain with a carboxyl group (COOH). It is a very vital part of the fat-soluble component of living cells (lipids).
Full Spectrum: The part of the plant that contains the plant terpenes, unsaturated hydrocarbons and flavenoids. Full spectrum refers to bringing all the cannabinoids together rather than using isolated products. All the cannabinoids together will benefit you through the entourage effects.
Homeostasis: The balance your body finds through a self regulated process of any system in the body.
Hemp Oil/Hempseed Oil
Isolate: CBD that has been extracted to contain pure cannabidiol and no other cannabinoids.
Micro-dosing: The act of trying to manipulate the receptors and gain a desired physiologic response with less of the active ingredient.
MCT Oil: Medium chain triglycerides are medium-length fatty acid chains. It is an efficient way to consume CBD while making sure it interacts quickly and easily with the body.
Non-Psychotoxic: Non-psychotoxic means it is not affected the mind which means the substance is not mind altering.
Plant Sternol: Group of natural compounds that have a structure similar to that of cholestrol with the ability to inhibit its absorption through the digestive tract in the body.
Phytocannabinoids: Plant based cannabinoids found in the specific of cannabis.
Raw Oil: A whole-plant CO2 extraction from agricultural hemp. CBD-A makes up most of the extracted cannabinoids in raw oil.
Rick Simpson Oil (RSO): Cannabis oil developed by Rick Simpsons. It is an unrefined oil extracted using ethanol.
Sublingual: Applied under the tongue for quicker absorption.
Terpenes: Large groups of voltatile unsatured hydrocarbons found in the essential oils of the plant. Terpenes can also be noticed by their aromatic and flavorful components of plants essential oils.
Transdemal: Applied through the skin.
Vitamin E: Vitamin that dissolves in fat.
Vape Juice: e-Juice or vape liquid oil made to be filled up in a vape tank and vaporized.
Water Soluble: Able to be dissolved in water
Wax: Concentrated form of CBD