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Ellen’s Bud Break: The Purple & Blue Pigments of Pot

Inside the chemical compound factories present within the trichomes of cannabis flowers, many elements contribute to the overall effects we feel when we smoke weed. One of those lesser-known elements is anthocyanins, a blue, red, or purple pigment found in many plants.  Anthocyanins are within a class of cannabis compounds called flavonoids, which join in… Keep Reading

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THC & Terps

THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is the principal psychoactive compound found in cannabis. Prohibitive cannabis laws define the plant based on THC levels, and in the United States, cannabis with less than 0.3% THC on a dry weight basis is non-psychoactive and therefore considered hemp. Until recent years, consumers at the dispensary counter were primarily only concerned… Keep Reading

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