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Research has found that the cannabis plant produces between 80 and 100 cannabinoids and about 300 non-cannabinoid chemicals. The two main cannabinoids that have been found to have therapeutic benefits are delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).


THC has a wide range of short-term effects which may or may not be experienced depending on the individual. For example, while some may find that THC elicits strong feelings of calm and peace, others may notice an increase in their anxiety levels and others may find it reduces pain and suffering.


CBD is a chemical found in marijuana. CBD doesn’t contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana that produces a high. The usual CBD formulation is oil, but CBD is also sold as an extract, a vaporized liquid and an oil-based capsule.

Consumption Methods


Smoking flower is one of the most popular methods of cannabis consumption and for good reason. The effects of flower (aka buds) are almost immediate, it’s easy to pass around and share, plus smoking is simply the traditional way to enjoy cannabis. Whether you prefer to roll a joint, smoke a bowl, or even vape flower, you’ll typically feel max impact in 30 minutes and see the effects dissipate in 1-3 hours.


Marijuana dispensaries sell a variety of cannabis concentrates. Cannabis concentrates are not recommended for first-time cannabis users, as cannabis concentrates are highly potent, and many types of cannabis concentrates require special equipment to safely consume. For customers who are ready to safely use cannabis concentrates, Herbal Phoenix can provide the guidance and equipment to make the consumption effective and enjoyable.


An edible high tends to be quite sedating, but it can also include strong cerebral effects. Some people feel that the edible high tends to produce a more intense head high than smoking.

Indica strains tend to produce especially sedating, mellow, and body-heavy highs when they’re baked into edibles. However, sativa’s tend to have a stronger head high that comes with more stimulation as opposed to sedation.


Vaping THC oil involves heating the oil and inhaling it through a vaporizing device like a vape pen or an e-cigarette. Some people believe that vaping THC oil is safer than smoking because it doesn’t involve inhaling smoke. But the issue is that vaping hasn’t been around long enough and there isn’t enough research to really determine whether or not it’s safer.

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