CBDictionary

CBDictionary

CBDictionary

Alveoli -

Are the many tiny air sacs inside your lungs which allow for rapid gaseous exchange.

Bioavailability -

Is how much of and how quickly the substance that you are taking gets absorbed into your bloodstream.

Cannabinoid -

A cannabinoid is any type of chemical found in marijuana that causes drug-like effects through your body, including your central nervous system and immune system.

Crystalline -

Is CBD isolates in a fine white powder form.

Dab/Dabbing/Dabber -

Is a method where you flash vaporizate of cannabis/CBD concentrates to consume. You apply the Isolate to a hot surface and inhale it. Using concentrates, a little bit will go a long way because they are more potent than other flowers. Dabbing is known to be one of the best ways for you to get immediate effects and relief. CBD Isolates also contains less plant material, so you are inhaling more cannabidiol and less combusted resin.

Endocannabinoid System (ECS) -

The ECS is a biological system made up of endocannabinoids, which are endogenous lipid-based retrograde neurotransmitters that bind to cannabinoid receptors, and cannabinoid receptor proteins that are expressed throughout the mammalian central nervous system (including the brain) and peripheral nervous system. The ECS is helps regulate a variety of physiological and cognitive processes including appetite, fertility, mood, memory, pain-sensation, pregnancy, during pre- and postnatal development, and in mediating the pharmacological effects of cannabis

Isolate -

CBD isolate is a crystalline white, tasteless, odorless powder that is 99% pure CBD and only contains CBD. All the plant matter contained in the hemp plant, including oils, waxes, chlorophyll, and more are removed, offering a finished product that is CBD and nothing more. You can use it in many ways such as: use it directly under your tongue, create custom CBD products, make a CBD sweetener or just mix it in your food and drinks.

Psychoactive -

When a substance has an effect on the central nervous system altering brain function, causing temporary changes in behavior, perception, mood, and/or consciousness. CBD alone does not alter your mind and in a pure form will not show anything on a drug test. THC in certain amounts will.

Sublingual -Sublingual Diagram

Applied under your tongue. Using this method, CBD will take effect anywhere from 30 seconds to 2 minutes. Once put under your tongue, it is absorbed through your mucous membranes and directly into your bloodstream with less risk of degrading the oil.

Terpenes/Terpenoids -

These are the chemicals that give cannabis and CBD their different scents and flavors. More technically they are organic hydrocarbons that are found in the essential oils of plants. The cannabis plant has over 100 terpenes. Each terpenes has been found to correlate with a different effect. For instance Linalool, found in Lavender, is believed to be a relaxing, anti-depressant.

Terpsolate -

A specialty product created by CBDistillery. It is CBD isolates combined with terpenes and is mostly used for dabbing

THCA -

Technical name: Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid. This is raw cannabis. It is actually non-intoxicating when it's consumed (in its raw cannabis form) fresh, unheated, and uncured. Once it is altered by these methods it turns into THC. This is possible because the THCA molecule can’t fit into your brain’s cannabinoid receptors

Tincture -

The dictionary defines this as a medicine made by dissolving a drug in alcohol. In the CBD world, it is a dietary supplement in a liquid form that has a strong cannabidiol content. It is the same thing as CBD oil, the only difference is a tincture can only be consumed orally and can not be vaped. Tinctures will also not be psychoactive or won't alter brain processes.
2019-01-14 17:15:00 89 viewed
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