The C's

Non-intoxicating cannabinoid trio found in the cannabis plant. All three offer a range of therapeutic benefits without the "high" associated with cannabis and THC.


Powerhouse in natural wellness, renowned for its anti-inflammatory and stress-relieving properties. Commonly used in oils, edibles, and even vapes, it offers a non-psychoactive way to optimize mental and physical health.


Often called the "mother" of cannabinoids, CBG has powerful anti-inflammatory and antibacterial benefits. Available in various hemp wellness products, it's a favorite for gut health, glaucoma treatment, mental clarity and overall well-being.



Best known for its potent sedative effects, CBN is the go-to cannabinoid for promoting restful sleep. Found in select tinctures and edibles, its potential as an anti-inflammatory agent also makes it an appealing choice for holistic care.


The T's

Psychoactive compounds derived from the cannabis plant. They interact with the endocannabinoid system to produce various effects such as euphoria.


THC is the most well-known psychoactive cannabinoid, responsible for the euphoric "high" associated with cannabis use.
Primarily used for recreational and medicinal purposes, it's effective for pain relief, mood enhancement, and appetite stimulation.


THCP is a newly discovered cannabinoid that is structurally similar to THC but is more potent. Preliminary research suggests it may offer enhanced therapeutic benefits, including stronger analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects.



Unlike THC, THCV is a psychoactive cannabinoid with a faster onset and shorter duration. Known for its appetite-suppressing qualities, it's gaining attention as a potential weight management tool and for regulating blood sugar levels.

The H's

Hydrogenated forms of more commonly known cannabinoids found in the plant. This hydrogenation process enhances the stability and shelf-life of the compounds.


HHC is a hydrogenated form of THC that possesses less psychoactive potential. It has been studied for its anti-inflammatory properties, making it an intriguing option for those seeking benefits similar to THC but with reduced psychoactive effects.


The new and stronger version of CBD, thought to possess mild psychoactive properties unlike its parent compound. Preliminary research suggests it may offer similar benefits, such anti-anxiety effects, but with more enhanced stability.



The THCP youngest cousin - HHCP is considered to have increased psychoactivity in comparison to its predecessor HHC. The emerging status and potency of HHCP makes it particularly interesting in seasoned connoisseur circles.