Updated: Apr 6
In No. 34 of the Cannabis Commerce + Chemistry Podcast, host Curt Robbins from Higher Learning LV is joined by co-hosts Dena Putnam from Leafwize Naturals in Orange County, California and John Bailey from the Mindset Genesis in Las Vegas to discuss the 25 most important cannabinoids to the cannabis industry.
Robbins discusses THCV and CBGA, both of which have been found to reduce appetite—the polar opposite of delta-9 THC's infamous munchies effect. Cannabis and hemp products formulated with THCV, CBGA, and the super class terpene humulene (which also reduces appetite) might be beneficial for those who suffer obesity, a range of eating disorders, and diabetes.
Putnam explains endocannabinoids to listeners and teaches two ways people can produce more beneficial endocannabinoids (including 2-AG and anandamide): Sex and exercise.
Putnam explains endocannabinoids to listeners and teaches two ways people can produce more beneficial endocannabinoids (including 2-AG and anandamide): Sex and exercise. Listeners learn that Marvin Gaye and a bicycle are two very powerful tools when it comes to making one's endocannabinoid system healthier to combat common problems like anxiety, depression, and sleep disorders.
Bailey delivers his parting thoughts by reminding listeners to journal and document their experimentation with these 25 most important cannabinoids and to realize that their intent and other factors determine the results experienced when using these phytomolecules.
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This weekly podcast is targeted at cannabis and hemp industry professionals and is strategically free of profanity and crude dialog. This audio session was edited for length and clarity.
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