THC vs. CBD Explained – Uses and Effects
CBD – cannabidiol CBD, and THC- tetrahydrocannabinol are two natural compounds found in Cannabis plants with different effects on the mind and body. Both CBD and THC are in marijuana and hemp plants, however marijuana contains larger amounts of THC and lower traces of CBD, while Hemp has more CBD and less THC.
CBD is derived from the hemp or marijuana cannabis plant. CBD has no psychoactive compound and doesn’t produce the feelings of being “high”, instead factors in components of natural health and well-being. There are no known side effects when using CBD on its own, however different effects may be produced when interacted with other drugs. CBD is sold in the form of Inhalants, Topicals, Edibles, and Digestives..
Medical benefits of CBD
CBD is used and prescribed for many conditions including:
THC is derived from the marijuana cannabis plant. (THC) delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol compound is psychoactive compound that may produces an intoxicating high or sense of euphoria. THC affects things like thinking, memory, pleasure, movements, concentration, coordination, sensory and time perception. All marijuana strains are displayed with THC levels to help with your purchase. THC is consumed and enjoyed by users in many ways including: Smoking and Vaping, Tinctures and Topicals, as well as Edibles and Concentrates are some ways to enjoy our cannabis marijuana products listed at myBCBud.com.
THC Medical Benefits
THC has been shown to help patients with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, as well as chemotherapy patients to relieve symptoms like vomiting and pain relief. Common benefits include: