How to Choose The Best Cannabis For The Correct Treatment
What is the difference In Cannabis Terms between THC and CBD
The Spectrum Explained
The SpectrumTM is designed to simplify the dialogue around medical cannabis by categorizing our products according to their THC and CBD profile, using an industry-first straightforward colour coding system. Each colour represents a category of products according to their ratio of THC and CBD.
The numbers on the top of the chart represent the maximum % of THC in dried flower and the maximum mg/mL of THC in oils for each category.
The Spectrum allows for you and prescribing healthcare professionals to speak the same language and maintain consistent terminology, ensuring effective communication during the product selection process.
All products sold on Tweed Main Street are categorized by the Spectrum, making it easier for you to select the right product for your treatment.
What is the difference between THC and CBD?
Cannabinoids are the active compounds found within cannabis. The two most commonly discussed cannabinoids are THC and CBD, due to the fact that they are found in relatively high concentrations in the plant.
THC (delta9-Tetrhydrocannabinol) is the main active ingredient within cannabis. It is the compound which is attributed to producing the majority of the psychoactive effects of cannabis.
CBD (Cannabidiol) is the second most prominent compound within cannabis. CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid.
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