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Cannabis products are made from the hemp plant. The cannabis plant contains more than 560 constituents, 120 of which are cannabinoids. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD), cannabinol (CBN) and cannabigerol (CBG) are the best known cannabinoids with very different pharmacological effects. While THC is the substance mainly responsible for the psychoactive, intoxicating effect, CBD, CBN and CBG also have pharmacological effects, but they do not have an intoxicating effect. Depending on the cannabis variety, the ratios of cannabinoids may vary greatly. Based on the cannabinoid ratio in the plant, four types can be distinguished: I) THC-rich/CBD-poor, II) THC and CBD about equal, III) CBD-rich/THC-poor, IV) CBG-rich. Since the effects of cannabinoids differ greatly and also influence each other's effects, depending on the type of cannabis used, the effects can vary greatly.




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