Terpenes

Understanding Cannabis Terpenes, Strains & the Entourage Effect

Martha Montemayor, CNC, breaks down the therapeutic properties of cannabis terpenes, strains, and how they interact with cannabinoids like THC and CBD within the framework of the Entourage Effect and whether to recommend certain strains for patients, in this excerpt from the Green Flower Medical Applications of Cannabis Certificate Program.

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AMCO’s Editorial on Cannabis Journaling

The uncomfortable truth based on my personal experience is that cannabis adds quality to my life but it just can't seem to add steps to my day. Still I carry on searching for key to my relief

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Why Marijuana Terpenes Matter

Cannabis Scientists Are Chasing The Perfect High | Why Marijuana Terpenes Matter.

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The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) for Beginners

Victoria Lopez from the College of Pharmacy at the University of New Mexico discusses the Endocannabinoid System (ECS).

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AMCO Review of Glass Slipper Grown and Sold by Suite 443

Glass Slipper grown and sold at Suite 443 by Grayson Faught and Shanna Weidl. This sample was harvested on 1/15/20 and tested at 24.1% THC and 0.259% CBD by Steep Hill on 2/6/20

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Pakistan Valley Kush AMCO Review

Pakistan Valley Kush, farmed by Osage Creek Cultivation and picked up at Green Springs Medicinal, is 100% Indica, making it great to treat pain and inflammation. Its a Landrace strain from Hindu Kush Mountain Range. This means it was an original strain and hasn't been crossed with anything, making it one of the building blocks.

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Educational: What are terpenes?

Terpenes give weed its unique aroma, but did you know that these smelly compounds actually originated as a defense for the cannabis plant?

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Cannabis Science 101 – An Introduction to the Terpenes of Cannabis

Cannabis consumers! Discover the need-to-know science of cannabis - in simple terms you’ll understand, even if science isn’t your jam.

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Wound healing with less scarring? Sign me up!

IU scientists also reported that skin tissue treated with the chemical compound, beta-carophyllene -- which is found in lavender, rosemary and ylang ylang, as well as various herbs and spices such as black pepper -- showed increased cell growth and cell migration critical to wound healing. They also observed increased gene expression of hair follicle stem cells in the treated tissue. The scientists did not find any involvement of the olfactory system in the wound healing.

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Terp Talk, Robert Connell Clarke

Mr. Clarke, author of Cannabis, Evolution and Ethnobotany with Mark Merlin, explains terpenes in plants.

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Do Terpenes get you higher when you smoke?- The Terpene Institute

You’ve heard it, mixing terpenes in your THC gets you higher, longer. Is it the next enhancement to cannabis or are you being sold on the hype? Learn the truth about terpenes and stay wise in your next purchase. Learn the no BS truth about the cannabis industry from the first cannabis terpene profile manufacturer in the country, Drew, Owner ...

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What are Terpenes?

Take a closer look at what Terpenes are and how they react within the cannabis plant.

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