Definition

Tetrahydrocannabinol (or THC) is the most recognized cannabinoid in the marijuana plant. First isolated in 1964, THC is accountable for its well-known psychoactive effects, which effectively causes someone to feel high. Unlike CBD (another popular cannabinoid), THC delivers a lighter, cleaner high that can increase creativity and more. This famous cannabinoid has also been used medicinally to treat various issues, including lack of appetite.

Usage


“My favorite strain has 18.5% THC, which gives me a clean, energized high that’s awesome.”