Phytocannabinoids are plant-based cannabinoids such as THC and CBD. These are two of the most common cannabinoids found in cannabis. While these two are very effective and are truly the root of happiness for many consumers science and continued education about cannabis is teaching us there's much more to it than that. There are 80+ cannabinoids found in cannabis. While our bodies naturally produce endo-cannabinoids we do not produce Phyto-cannabinoids such as those found in the cannabis plant. The Phyto-cannabinoids found in cannabis attached to our endocannabinoid systems’ CB1 and CB2 receptors.

These receptors are located throughout our body in our skin and tissues all the way to our internal organs and even our brain. A lot of the times unless you go to advanced schooling the endocannabinoid system is not something you will learn about. Education should never stop. Exercise the mind by obtaining knowledge and information allowing you to make informed decisions of your own about things such as cannabis.

We are still learning the benefits that different cannabinoids offer. CBD, THC, CBD, CBN, THCa, THCv, CBC, and other cannabinoids are helping people who suffer from a wide variety of symptoms ranging from neurological and gastrointestinal to chronic pain, sleep, and behavioral disorders just to name a few. The more we learn about cannabis the better we will understand all this plant has to potentially offer not only the people but the planet as well. Cannabis research is fundamental to the future of humankind. While this research has been anchored by cannabis prohibition the world is finally starting to see the light, the green light! When we create a sea of green our world will be better for it.