Michigan Cannabis
Cannbis education

Effects on the body 

The most recognized and first identified cannabinoid is THC (∆9-tetrahydrocannabinol), this cannabinoid is associated with the psychoactive effects of cannabis. THC will vary between different strains, as well as different plants that are the same strain. Variants in growing conditions, like nutrients and lighting, as well as the plant’s genetics, play a significant role in the types of cannabinoids produced and their concentration.

Cannabis Education

Sativa vs Indica

Sativa’s tend to have a higher ratio of THC to CBD. They are thought to have more cerebral effects, resulting in energy and creativity. This makes Sativa strains a great candidate for daytime usage. Indica effects are primarily felt within the body. They tend to be more sedating and relaxing, with a lower risk for cannabis-associated anxiety; making them a great candidate for nighttime usage.

Proven Success

Increase Lung Functioning: Published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, one study found that not only does marijuana not harm the lungs, but it may also even increase lung capacity.2 The study followed over 5,000 young adults for 20 years and found that while tobacco users lost lung function, marijuana smokers increased theirs.

CBD

Cannabidiol; shown to relieve nausea, increase appetite, decrease convulsions, act as an anti-inflammation, aid in sleep, decrease anxiety, relieve pain, and stop muscle spasms. CBD alone has no psychoactive effects, but typically there will be low amounts of THC in a CBD-specific cannabis strain.

CBN

Cannabinol; has mild psychoactive properties. Shown to reduce intraocular pressure, a main characteristic of glaucoma, and to inhibit seizure activity.

CBC

Cannabichromene; provides pain relief, anti-inflammatory properties, and has shown antidepressant effects.

CBG

Cannabigerol; pain relief, specifically neuropathic pain, reduces anxiety, shown to improve gastrointestinal disease (Crohns, inflammatory bowel disease, etc.)

THCV

Tetrahydrocannabivarin; typically found in sativa strains it has been shown to reduce appetite, aiding in type 2 diabetes and some metabolic disorders. This list only depicts a small amount of the most common cannabinoids and chemical compounds found in medical cannabis. Two other biologically active molecules present in cannabis are flavonoids and terpenes.

RSO

Rick Simpson Oil has long been recognized as having cancer curing properties. The extraction process uses solvents like naphtha or food-grade alcohol; unlike butter, there is no fat added. A washing process is performed, followed by a very specific heating schedule. 

SHOP NOW

Subscribe

Be the first to know about new deals, exclusive events & special promotions

Bazonzoes

Bazonzoes initially formed in 2010 and has been active in the Michigan cannabis community ever since. Privacy Policy

Contact

Lansing # (517) 273-3000

Walled Lake # (248) 926-1518

AU-R-000394 Rec

PC-000586 Med

AU- R- 000293 Rec

PC-000440 Med

Quick Menu

Follow Us

© 2021 Bazonozoes. Created with Engage Web Designs LLC

All Rights Reserved