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At Thrive, we celebrate the diverse nature of cannabis, recognizing its potential to cater to each individual's needs. From medical patients seeking pain relief with high-dose Indica concentrates to those managing anxiety with microdosed edibles or even addressing insomnia with CBN-infused tinctures, the possibilities are vast.

Cannabis strains vary in their effects on mood and sensations, with uplifting Sativas, relaxing Indicas, and a plethora of hybrids boasting distinctive cannabinoid and terpene profiles. These diverse strains interact with the human endocannabinoid system in their own unique ways.

Embracing this diversity, Thrive is dedicated to offering a comprehensive range of cannabis products tailored to your needs. So visit us today and let our compassionate, knowledgeable budtenders guide you toward the ideal product for your individual journey to wellness.

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Understanding the Different Effects of Marijuana

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Everyone wants to Thrive. One of the most remarkable things about cannabis is its seemingly limitless versatility to help people do that. There are over 700 marijuana cultivars, and they all have different effects. While the culture uses the terms Indica and Sativa to categorize by effect, it’s essential to understand that this is pure mythology.

What are Indica and Sativa?

Whether a plant is Indica or Sativa has nothing to do with how it makes you feel. Indica and Sativa refer to a plant’s origins and appearance. Landrace Sativas were long, lanky, and native to equatorial regions. Landrace Indicas were short, squat, originating in India, the Middle East, and Asia.

The truth about Indica and Sativa is that they’ve been cross-bred for thousands of years. Today, we live in the era of designer weed, where new strains drop every day, and (almost) every strain on the dispensary shelf is a hybrid.

The real reason different cannabis cultivars have different effects is a complex mix of influences that include:

Terpenes, Cannabinoids, The Entourage Effect, The Endocannabinoid System

What are Cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are chemical compounds produced by cannabis. There are over 100 different cannabinoids in marijuana. THC and CBD are the most prominent and well-researched. CBG and CBN are examples of minor (but important) cannabinoids.

What are Terpenes?

Terpenes are essential oils produced by marijuana plants and give them that unmistakable nose. There are over 150 different terpenes in cannabis, including limonene, caryophyllene, and myrcene.

What is The Entourage Effect?

The entourage effect is the theory that cannabinoids and terpenes work in synergy and influence each other. This theory slowly erodes the old belief that marijuana’s effects were attributable to THC.

What is the Endocannabinoid System?

Every human has an endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS helps to maintain balance in bodily processes such as sleep, memory, and mood. Cannabinoids and terpenes interact with this system to make us feel the effects of marijuana, such as relaxation or creativity. The ECS is also like fingerprints. No two are the same.

To summarize, every cultivar is different, every person is different, and when the entourage effect meets the endocannabinoid system, people feel different. That’s how marijuana works.

Knowledge is the key to wellness, and wellness is our mission at Thrive.

The Different Types of Effects

At Thrive, our staff is trained to listen to your needs, answer your questions, and recommend the perfect product. We understand that marijuana is new, and it can be overwhelming. There are so many choices, and cannabis can make you feel so many different ways. So, how do you want to feel?

No matter where you want to go, Thrive has something on the menu that can take you there.