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Hello canadian! As we know cannabis is now legal in Canada! So this post is for canadian since in other country it is not legal for public commercialisation. If cannabis is not legal in your country do not start to buy cannabis since it may be a criminal offense to buy, possess and smoke or comsume it. A lot of people doesn't make the difference between the two main substances in cannabis, THC and CBD

Those are the two main substances that are ''psychoactive'' and they do different purpose and have different properties.

CBD vs. THC: What’s the Difference?

Overview

As the legal use of marijuana and other cannabis products grows, consumers are becoming more curious about their options. This includes cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), two natural compounds found in plants of the Cannabis genus.

CBD is found primarily in extractions from the hemp plant. It’s sold in gels, gummies, oils, supplements, extracts, and more.

THC is the main psychoactive compound in marijuana. It can be consumed by smoking marijuana. It’s also available in oils, edibles, tinctures, capsules, and more.

Both compounds interact with your body’s endocannabinoid system but they have very different effects.

Read on to learn more about these compounds. While they may have a lot in common, they have some key differences that determine how they’re used.

CBD vs. THC: Chemical structure

Both CBD and THC have the exact same molecular structure: 21 carbon atoms, 30 hydrogen atoms, and 2 oxygen atoms. A slight difference in how the atoms are arranged accounts for the differing impacts on your body.

Both CBD and THC are chemically similar to your body’s own endocannabinoids. This allows them to interact with your cannabinoid receptors. The interaction impacts the release of neurotransmitters in your brain. Neurotransmitters are chemicals responsible for relaying messages between cells.

CBD vs. THC: Psychoactive components

Despite their similar chemical structures, CBD and THC don’t have the same psychoactive effects. In fact, CBD is a nonpsychoactive compound. That means it doesn’t produce the “high” associated with THC.

THC binds with the cannabinoid 1 (CB1) receptors in the brain. It produces a high or sense of euphoria.

CBD binds very weakly, if at all, to CB1 receptors. In fact, it can interfere with the binding of THC and dampen the psychoactive effects.

CBD vs. THC: Legality

The issues of legality for both CBD and THC in the United States are evolving regularly. All forms of cannabis are illegal in states that haven’t legalized it. Marijuana and THC are on the list of controlled substances, so they’re prohibited under federal law.

However, 20 states plus Washington, D.C., have passed cannabis-related laws making medical marijuana with high levels of THC legal. The marijuana must be prescribed by a licensed physician.

In addition, nine states plus Washington, D.C., have made recreational use of marijuana and THC legal. It still remains illegal federally.

In states where marijuana is legal for recreational or medical purposes, you should be able to buy CBD legally. In some states, legislatures have passed laws that make CBD for medical purposes legal.

Before you try to buy either product, be aware of your state’s laws. If you possess cannabis-related products in a state where they’re illegal or don’t have a medical license in states where the products are legal for medical treatment, you could face legal penalties.

CBD vs. THC: Medical benefits

CBD and THC have many of the same medical benefits. They can provide relief from several of the same conditions. However, CBD doesn’t cause the euphoric effects that occur with THC. Some people may prefer to use CBD because of the lack of this side effect.

In June 2018, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Epidiolex, the first prescription medication to contain CBD. It’s used to treat rare, difficult-to-control forms of epilepsy.

CBD is used to help with other various conditions, such as:

seizures
inflammation
pain
psychosis or mental disorders
inflammatory bowel disease
nausea
migraines
depression
anxiety

THC is used to help with conditions such as:

pain
muscle spasticity
glaucoma
insomnia
low appetite
nausea
anxiety

CBD vs. THC: Side effects

CBD is well tolerated, even in large doses. Research suggests any side effects that do occur with CBD use are likely the result of drug-to-drug interactions between CBD and other medications you may be taking.

THC causes temporary side effects, such as:

increased heart rate
coordination problems
dry mouth
red eyes
slower reaction times
memory loss

These side effects are part of the compound’s psychoactive properties.

Neither compound is fatal. However, high THC use may be connected to long-term negative psychiatric effects. This is especially true for adolescents who consume large amounts of THC. Use of the compound increases the risk for some psychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia.

CBD vs. THC: Drug testing

Cannabinoids like THC and CBD are stored in the body’s fat. They can show up on drug tests for several days or weeks after you use them.

Not every drug test will be able to detect CBD, but CBD-sensitive tests are available. Most standard drug tests will look for chemicals related to THC, so THC or marijuana use will show up on a screening.

Likewise, hemp can produce some THC in addition to CBD, so a test could be positive for THC even if you’ve not used it.

Why do people talk about THC content in CBD oil if THC and CBD are two different compounds?

CBD and THC are two of the most prominent cannabinoids found in the Cannabis plant. Both marijuana and hemp produce CBD and THC. However, marijuana has a higher concentration of THC. Hemp has a higher concentration of CBD. Because hemp contains more CBD than THC, it’s the ideal source for CBD oil.

The average marijuana strain today contains about 12 percent THC. CBD can have no more than 0.3 percent THC. CBD oil may contain small amounts of THC because it’s present in the hemp plant.

Takeaway

CBD and THC both have some medical benefits. They’re also both considered safe. Despite that, they remain illegal federally and in many U.S. states. Before you purchase or use any of them, know the laws in your state.

Also, consider the possibility for side effects and interactions with other drugs you’re taking. Talk with your healthcare provider if you have any questions.

source: https://www.healthline.com/health/cbd-vs-thc#at-a-glance

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Re: Canada and Cannabis [Re: Xeno] #5482
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The legalisation of cannabis is a great step forward for harm reduction. Why? simple... The illegal criminal street weed is not controled so it is not provided the informations about what is in it. Street weeb can contain chemical and toxic substances to make the ''high'' stronger to fulfill a market that customer are looking for the strangest high they can. But not every customer are looking for that. The legal cannabis in Canada come with information ofthe product you buy and the production is monitored by health autorities.

For an exemple, I have just ordered weed. But since I use to have mental issues when sominging weed I ask my doctor what variety to be looking for. He said anything with lowest THC and highest CBD. So I founf on a canadian legal seller a cannabis that has 0.7% THC and 11% CBD. When I was smoking high THC cannabis I was not always going well and I could even have issues with sort of toxic psychosis (psychosis made by a substances) wich is a known issue with many people smoking cannabis, psychotic effect because of the high rate of THC. But the CBD is actually good for me and that is what my psychiatrist told me. So having a cannabis with barelly THC and mostly CBD it will give me medical properties instead of just being ''high'' and risk a toxic psychosis.

A lot of people are looking for to be ''high'' so they will be looking for the highest THC rate in the product but I recomand to get a cannabis that has at least as much CBD as THC! So the smoke will make you safe from mental issue of smoking it because many people developed toxic psychosis smoking cannabis and this is known effect of THC when CBD is the opposite...


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If cannabis is not legal in your country I recomand that you try many suplier and many different cannabis before you choose the one you will smoke. If you do so you are responsible to deal with illegality or criminal infraction! Do not buy from criminal supplier if you can have clean cannabis from a clean supplier. A lot of street cannabis is not good for you. You will just be ''high'' and then after having it for a while you may get mentally sick or even develop an illness. I had many friend that had those problems smoking street cannabis:

-Psychosis
-Depression
-Spritual delusion
-Amorphous
-Slow reflex
-Unhealthy hygiene
-Food triping
-Addiction
-etc etc etc

Cannabis even clean and legal MAY NOT be good for you! A lot of people just doesn't fit smoking it just like a lot of people doesn't fit drinking alcohol. Even if you have legal cannabis as a canadian with the cleanest and lowest THC it is possible that you do not enjoy or have good effects from it! If it doesn't fit to you STOP smoking it.

If you are from a country in wich it is not legal yet for public market but you can have medical cannabis prescription talk about it to your doctor. They may depending of your medical situation give you an autorisation to smoke or consume cannabis products for medical purpose and depending on your medical issue you may be told something different. Listen to your doctor more than what is written here but more than anything, listen to yourself. We all have a different reaction to cannabis like we all have a different reaction to alcohol, cafein and other substances. We all have a unique biological organism that react differently to substances.

DO NOT USE CANNABIS AND DRIVE
Even if not much cases of usage of cannabis showed increasing risk of car accident, it does! I have been aboard vehicles that the driver was on cannabis effect and I can say that the risk is there. Not as high as drinking alcohol and driving but it still there. If you care of your safety and the one of your passenger, do not smoke and drive.


I hope cannabis will be legal in your country soon because having access to a clean product that you can choose to percentage of THC and CBD is really great!

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Re: Canada and Cannabis [Re: Xeno] #5485
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I am canadian so I am legally authorised to smoke cannabis and talk about it! Here as I said I ordered a cannabis with 0.7% THC and 11% CBD and when I will have it, in this post I will talk about what it does to me.

I will report what it is for me may not be the same for you

I ordered: Sour Tsunami (0.7% THC - 11% CBD)


Typically what my psychiatrist told me was that to be simple:
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THC=Not good - have lowest possible
CBD=Good - Have highest possible

Must be canadian and aged 19 years old to purchase cannabis


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Originally Posted by frankie85
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Well yes since I can choose the product that will not hurt my mental health.

CBD SHOULD BENEFIT

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Be careful with it so because user don`t develop much mentally from using it because it causes less pain

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Originally Posted by frankyboy
Be careful with it so because user don`t develop much mentally from using it because it causes less pain


I am just a the trying stage. I have been smoking criminal cannabis for around 14 years and I know what it is.

I am just trying something that my doctor said it could benefit to me wich is CBD.

If I have any issue with low THC and high CBD that would mean cannabis is just not for me and I will forget about it!

I had issues with THC... But CBD Should help as my doctor said.


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Cannabis may have spiritual of philosophical benefit.

Personally when I smoke cannabis I feel more connection with ideas or the collective cloud just like it was helping me to connect to the cosmos. Some people would say it is psychotic or delusional wich is a bit for me and sometime a lot but I still believe that usage of cannabis can provide spiritual properties.

There a bit of reading

https://www.consciouslifestylemag.com/cannabis-spiritual-meditation/

http://www.cannabisandspirituality.com/

http://www.evolveandascend.com/2017/06/24/effects-of-marijuana-on-spirituality/

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Good luck lol
I quit weed recently because my lungs were filled with tar (coughing black gunk all the time, lmao sorry it's disgusting)
But now since it's legal here I'll buy some weed candies and see how it goes. tongue

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When I have met the extraterrestrials that claimed to be my parents I asked about cannabis and they said the same:

''Some smoke it but it is not good for everyone'' Then we talked about spiritual properties and they confirmed that for many people it does provide stronger connection with forces from another world. I am not telling you to smoke it because aliens would say it is spiritual and give stronger connection. They said ''Not good of everyone'' so you have to find out. If you have medical diagnosis especially mental health issue DO NOT USE IT unless you talked about it with your doctor. They may not be allowed to tell you it is okay because of laws and criminal code of your country then you tell them that:

I am going to try so I need your harm reduction opinion

I do not recomand you use it. For a lot of people there will be no benifit but here in Canada it is considered fine enough to be legal so I can now talk about it just like I can talk about what alcohol does and legally do it. Because I am living in Canada. Your country may be different so be sure you know the laws and criminal codes before you step into anything.

I believe cannabis has spiritual or philosophical benefit for using it myself but do not start using it just because I am saying that because you can be on something that is not good for you, especially if you cannot buy clean product that you know what is in it!

BE CAREFUL!


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Originally Posted by IronGhost
Good luck lol
I quit weed recently because my lungs were filled with tar (coughing black gunk all the time, lmao sorry it's disgusting)
But now since it's legal here I'll buy some weed candies and see how it goes. tongue


Yes I will probably try different product too but if nothing is getting better for me using it then I will just take my meds and avoid it.

But now that we can choose a clean product and know what is in it, of course I am going to try!


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Strange doctor to recomment weed when it makes people develop less mentally

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Originally Posted by frankie85
Strange doctor to recomment weed when it makes people develop less mentally


THC does but CBD is not really the same.

No doctor for mental health issue (psychiatrist) will recomand smoking cannabis. They will give advise as ''harm reduction'' if you smoke it even telling you not to. They would say not to smoke weed because of street weed that is most of the time boosted with a lot of SHlT to increase the ''high'' effect. Street and illegal weed is not monitored or controled so they just make it having incredibly amount (%) of THC while controled weed can be LOW on THC and have HIGH CBD

My psychiatrist DID NOT recomand to smoke weed. He recommanded NOT TO USE IT. But I made MY CHOICE to use it so he did HARM REDUCTION ADVICES wich was to use the LOWEST THC combined with the HIGHEST CBD.

AGAIN for MY CASE from HARM REDUCTION OPINION of a mental health practician:

THC=NOT GOOD
CBD=GOOD

AGAIN

MY PSYCHIATRIST RECOMMANDED ME NOT TO USE CANNABIS regard of my mental health BUT since I told him my CHOICE to use it he gave me HARM REDUCTION ADVICES wich is lowest THC and highest CBD


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Since getting closer to alien is first about health, sanity and self discovery here...

Legal cannabis and psychiatric case.

Why does psychiatrist doesn't know much about cannabis and psychiatrist diagnosis?

Lack of feedback!

Being criminal most of mental health patient will not share their experiences with their doctor. Fearing having problems... But here in Canada it is now legal so psychiatric patient will now more likely give feedback and I will use my own case to give their science more knowledge about weed input and schizophrenia. I will try products and report to my doctor as for giving online feedback on how good or bad what I will try, the variety and % of THC and CBD used and the way (smoking, drinking, eating, etc etc etc)

Now science can move forward in Canada about using cannabis when having a psychiatric diagnosis. I will use for my own plaisure and enjoyment of course but I will also act as guinea pig or test subject of using cannabis with a schizophrenia when low THC and high CBD as recommanded from harm reduction advice!



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You know, schizophrenia is just a higher level of dophamine to feel better, the body doesn`t really have good feelings otherwise, but when it get too much you start to get different thoughts, paranoia etc. but there`s no real illness it`s just more dophamine to feel better, they way you handle it depens on how kind you are and your character strength

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The hread is not about schizophrenia. But whatever...

My goal with cannabis is to try it as alternative to chemical medications. It may not work and may not help at all but CBD is known to reduce risk of psychosis as antipsychotic substances and also anxiolitic (reduce anxiety)

Since my issues with my illness are not about psychosis (discused in another thread) but all about anxiety that trigers anger management issues ( I cannot tolerate my level of anxiety) CBD should help me!

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Is your anxiety related to living a little isolated like in Canada? You could perhaps try be more social

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This thread is not about my anxiety, but whatever.

I have OCD wich obssessions triger high anxiety pathologically. I am very sociable and isolation doesn't give me anxiety. I go out everyday and I talk with anyone I walk across so I have social interaction. I take meds to reduce pathologic anxiety and I am going to try cannabis CBD

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So your alien physiology can still be affected by earth THC?

Your tentacles didn't fall off?


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