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Full spectrum and the entourage effect

Entourage often refers to a group of people supporting the work of a central figure. This is the same principle in hemp when all the beneficial cannabinoids work synergistically to improve the effects.

CBD products often appear in three separate forms on the market; full-spectrum, broad-spectrum and isolate.

Full spectrum is the only oil that can deliver the full benefits of the entourage effect, which is when multiple cannabinoids work together to strengthen each other’s properties.

What is the Entourage Effect?

The entourage effect is a theory that says certain compounds in the cannabis plant act synergistically with tetrahydrocannabinol, a psychoactive chemical found in marijuana. This in turn modulates the plant’s overall psychoactive effects. While this may seem counterintuitive at first, it is now widely accepted and has been studied extensively.


Terpenes are a diverse class of compounds found in plants. Some are known for their therapeutic properties. For example, b-caryophyllene from cannabis has been shown to alleviate inflammation and pain. Other terpenes, such as linalool, are found in herbs such as oregano and black pepper. They can also protect the gastrointestinal tract and reverse deficits in learning. Together with cannabinoids, these compounds offer a host of unique effects.

In a recent study, scientists looked at the terpene limonene. This compound, known for its citrus flavour, was found to have anti-depressant properties in rodent models. The findings suggest that cannabinoids and terpenes can hit different targets within the ECS, so when they work together, their effects can be amplified. The presence of terpenes in cannabis may improve the absorption of other cannabinoids, thereby improving the therapeutic effects.


Cannabinoids and terpenes work together to produce a synergistic effect on the body. This effect is also known as the entourage effect. It was coined in 1988 by Mechoulam and colleagues and describes the benefits of the two compounds when used together.

Cannabinoids and terpenes are two of the main constituents of cannabis. The two compounds were first isolated by Raphael Mechoulam and later synthesized into pharmaceutical products. Many of these products are now available for prescription. But these compounds can also produce synergistic interactions with one another, creating a more potent overall effect.

Researchers have proposed that cannabinoids may enhance the entourage effect by increasing the activity of other molecules in the body. This mechanism is known to increase a person’s creative abilities. Cannabinoids have been shown to enhance ceramide production and increase the ER stress response. These compounds also inhibit cancer cell proliferation.

Sativa-dominant strains

The entourage effect of sativa-dominated strains is a term that describes the different cannabinoids, terpenes, and other compounds in cannabis. Two Sativa strains of the same THC concentration can produce remarkably different experiences. Some strains can leave you feeling energized while others can make you feel calm and relaxed. Each person’s experience can be different, and body chemistry plays a major role.

There are many varieties of cannabis, but they generally fall into two main categories: indicas and sativa-dominant strain types. Sativa-dominant strains produce an invigorating body-heavy high, while indicas provide an uplifting and euphoric feeling. They also go well with social gatherings and physical activity.


An entourage effect is a term that describes the interaction of two or more cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD, that may help enhance their health benefits. The two cannabinoids are known for their distinct therapeutic properties. When consumed in the right proportion, they can relieve anxiety and help you relax.

The entourage effect can be provided by full-spectrum cannabis products, such as tinctures or flower. They can also be obtained from raw cannabis strains, which are rich in cannabinoids. Some researchers believe that THC and CBD produce the best therapeutic results when consumed in their natural form, in combination with other compounds in cannabis plants. These whole-plant products may be the best option for people who want to maximize the entourage effect.

There are two main types of cannabis: sativa and indica. In addition, they are separated by their terpene profile. When it comes to selecting a strain, always remember to start with high-quality material. Fresh flower, for example, tastes different from old flower.

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