You have probably heard about the famous THC, scientifically called Δ-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol, the main cannabinoid present in cannabis plants. The THC concentration, as with the other known cannabinoids, can vary greatly from one strain to another. We present here those varieties with the highest THC levels.
This concentration is secreted in the trichomes present in the cannabis plant's flowers. The THC level has a direct impact on the effects experienced during consumption whether are the buds or the resin obtained in an extraction. These would be the psychoactive effects, but there are also therapeutic properties provided by the cannabinoids present in the cannabis plants.
THC, a strong therapeutic and recreational power
The effects experienced during cannabis consumption are the result of the synergy between the different cannabinoids present in the plant as well as with the terpenes. The varieties presented here are powerful, while showing an effect diversity based on the other elements concentration present in each variety.
THC has therapeutic properties and is present in different forms, from the simple flower to more elaborate extractions. THC is used to relieve symptoms suffered by many patients in countries where its use is authorised, helping to reduce spasms, relieve nausea, stimulate appetite and calm pain, particularly chronic and neuropathic pain.