THC Blends – What Are They?

What are THC blends, and why are they so exciting?

THC blends are one of the exciting new cannabinoid products taking the cannabis world by storm. We know, another new cannabis product. It feels like there’s a new product released or discovered every week. That’s largely because the cannabis world is evolving at an incredibly rapid pace, and previously unstudied minor cannabinoids such as Delta-8 and THCo are getting a lot more attention from researchers than ever before.

We talk a lot about how no two people are the same, and the way their bodies react to different cannabinoids is very different. This uniqueness is often why you crave a particular strain of cannabis or even different cannabinoids. However, until recently, you had to try and source multiple products to get the specific cannabinoids you need.

Now, cannabis companies are creating THC blends that allow customers to choose their favorite or preferred cannabinoids. In the following article, we’ll be taking a closer look at THC blends and why they’re gaining so much popularity, but first, let’s check out how our body uses cannabinoids and why.

If you’re interested in THC blends, you can shop our full range of THC blends here.

What Is the Endocannabinoid System (ECS) and How Does It Work?

Everyone, regardless of whether or not they have ever used any cannabis products, has inside them a regulatory system known as the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). It’s believed that the ECS is responsible for regulating several critical bodily functions, including sleep, mood, reproduction, appetite, memory, and even fertility.

Our bodies naturally produce endocannabinoids, including anandamide (AEA) and 2-arachidonoylglyerol (2-AG). However, when our body breaks down or doesn’t produce enough of these endocannabinoids, our body can struggle to maintain homeostasis or function at its peak levels.

That’s where phytocannabinoids (cannabinoids from plants) such as THC, CBD, Delta-8, Delta-10, THCo, and many other cannabinoids can step in to help restore balance in the ECS. The ECS is made up of a series of receptors (CB1 and CB2) which are linked together and spread throughout the body. The makeup of the ECS is why cannabis products are so versatile and why you can experience the effects of cannabis products using different delivery methods such as smoking, vaping, eating, and even applying cannabis products physically to your skin.

What Are THC Blends?

THC blends are made up of various hemp-derived cannabinoids, including Delta-8 THC, Delta-9 THC, Delta-10 THC, THCa, THCo, THCp, THCv, HHC, HHCo, HHCp, HHCr, and many more. Did you know that in the cannabis sativa plant family, which includes both marijuana and hemp, there are over 110 different cannabinoids that scientists have identified so far? We’re learning more about these exciting plants every day, and the legalization of cannabis across the United States and worldwide is fueling this exciting new research.

The two dominant cannabinoids found in the cannabis sativa plant family are also the two most well-known, cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). However, minor cannabinoids such as those we mentioned above are equally worthy of the attention they’re getting. As we learn more about minor cannabinoids and what our bodies require, we’re getting a better understanding of the roles that minor cannabinoids perform.

In the past, you were pretty limited in what types of cannabis products you could purchase. However, the 2018 US Farm Bill, which legalized the production of hemp and the production of products from hemp at a federal level, has opened up a world of possibilities.

The cannabis sativa plant family consists of two primary plants, hemp, and marijuana. Under the 2018 US Farm Bill, hemp was defined as any cannabis sativa plant which contained less than 0.3% THC. It was a very important definition as now cannabis companies can legally fully explore everything that hemp has to offer. It’s why we’re seeing so many exciting new minor cannabinoid products hitting the shelves, including THC blends.

Almost all cannabinoid products on the market are made using cannabinoids sourced from federally legal hemp plants. Still, it’s essential to check your local state’s regulations before purchasing or using any cannabinoid products.

Now, instead of buying a product that was dominant in one cannabinoid, companies are producing a wide variety of THC blends which allows customers to choose the cannabinoids they need in one convenient product. Some of these products include edibles, oils, tinctures, concentrates, flowers, and vape liquids.

All of these THC blend products are made using cannabinoids which were extracted using the latest industry techniques and best practices and contain 100% natural and clean ingredients. In addition, all cannabinoids are laboratory tested by state-licensed laboratories to ensure that they meet the highest quality standards and you’re getting exactly what you paid for.

If you have been using a blend of different cannabinoid products, perhaps there’s a THC blend available that combines all your favorite cannabinoids in one convenient and easy-to-use product. Our full range of THC blends is available online!

THC Blends – What Are They? – Conclusion

There you go! Everything you wanted to know about THC blends, including what they are and how they work. If you’re new to any cannabis products, always take it low and slow until you fully understand how you will react. No two people are the same, and how you react to cannabis products may differ entirely from someone else.

If you’re interested in THC blends, you can shop our full range of THC blends here.

Thanks for reading about THC blends, and if you want to learn more about cannabinoids, be sure to check out our other cannabis blogs. If you have any questions about THC blends or any of the exciting new cannabinoids hitting the market, don’t hesitate to contact us directly. Our friendly and professional team is always happy to help with any cannabis-related questions.

If you’re currently using any prescribed medication, always speak with your doctor or healthcare professional before taking any cannabinoid products. It can potentially interfere with how your body processes certain prescription medications.

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