What is the difference between CBD and THC?
We use 2 main compounds in the protocols and medicine that we produce. Those compounds are CBD (Cannabidiol) and THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol). Both of these compounds are equally important when dealing with the human body and conditions within it. The primary functions of each compound are quite different and when used together create an “entourage” effect…CBD is also a neuroprotectant.
What is CBD?
This amazing compound has no psychoactive effects on the mind, yet has the ability to calm and relax not only the body but the mind as well. There is a “calming” effect brought on by CBD in both the body and mind, but in no way a high. CBD plays well with others and helps the THC compound do its job. Don’t confuse Hemp CBD with Cannabis CBD, while both are CBD products, hemp is more of a wellness product, while cannabis CBD is the medicinal version.
What is THC?
This compound has 2 different parts we use within the medicine. Sativa is the “day time” component and Indica the ”night time“ component. THC is a highly effective pain reliever and a very powerful anti-inflammatory.
These compounds work beautifully together, calming the body and mind, reducing inflammation, while also helping with pain. These two beautiful versions of the plant with separate roles in dealing with medical conditions.