The 4 Cannabis Groups

• Indica
• Sativa
• Ruderalis
• Hybrid


Origin: Afghanistan

Uses: Medicinal, Body High, Euphoric

What it looks like:

  • Dark t & Green
  • Short & Dense
  • Wide Fan Leaves


Origin: Central Asia

Uses: Cerebral High, Uplifting, Creativity

What it looks like:

  • Light Green
  • Tall & Lean
  • Long & Narrow Leaves


Origin: Asia & Central Europe

Uses: Cerebral High, Uplifting, Creativity

What it looks like:

  • Light Green
  • Short & Stalky
  • Thick & Sturdy Stems


  • Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica factors and effects combined
  • Created by mixing 2 or more strains

Types of Flower


  • Large nugs.
  • Top of the plant
  • Higher THC


  • Bottom of the plant
  • Less development


  • Loose bits of flower that break off the plant


  • Grams: 1 gram
  • Eighths: 3.5 grams
  • Quarters: 7 grams
  • Halfs: 14 grams
  • Ounce 28 grams

Endocannabinoid System

A naturally occurring system throughout the body.

This system controls most of our life functions including the immune system.

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Our bodies have a system designed to take in cannabis.

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Phytocannabinoids VS Endocannabinoids


Cannabinoid Receptors

Receptors 2

CB1: Located in the brain & central nervous system

CB2: Found coated throughout the cells associated with the immune systems.

The Entourage Effect

Combinations of different phytocannabinoids & terpenes that bind to our receptors

By working together, these create effects can magnify the therapeutic benefits of cannabis.


The process of heating cannabis and hemp to activate the cannabinoids.


The Mother of All Cannabinoids

  • All cannabinoids are derived from CBGA
  • Starting compound of the cannabis plant
  • Nonpsychoactive
  • Sourced from young cannabis plants


Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid

  • Nonpsychoactive
  • Found in raw cannabis plants
  • Calming effects
  • Legal in most states when derived from hemp
  • When heated becomes THC


  • Main psychoactive compound in cannabis
  • Found in heated cannabis
  • Euphoric effects
  • Schedule 1 drug, legal in 0.3% when hemp derived


Cannabidiolic Acid

  • Unheated acid form of CBD
  • Most abundant phytocannabinoid in hemp
  • Anti -inflammatory properties


  • Nonpsychoactive
  • Activated when heated or processed through the metabolism
  • Interacts with the ECS and other systems throughout the body


  • Created after THC is exposed to heat light and oxygen
  • Regulates pain, memory and appetite
  • Mildly psychoactive
  • Insentifies sleep-inducing effects

Metabolic Enzymes

Break down endocannibinoids after they carried out the needed response.
The custodians of the endocannabinoid system

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