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These Cannabis Strains All Have Unique Cannabinoids

Although THC and CBD are popular cannabinoids, there are a handful of cannabis strains that contain higher than average levels of esoteric cannabinoids like CBG, CBN, and CBC.

List of Major Cannabinoids in Cannabis and Their Effects

Cannabis produces a variety compounds known as cannabinoids. Here we list the major ones, such as THC and CBD, and some of their potential effects.

Predicting Cannabis Strain Effects From THC and CBD Levels

Learn how you can potentially predict how a cannabis strain will affect you from the THC and CBD levels and the ratio of cannabinoids in the product.

Is THCV Psychoactive?

As science dives deeper into lesser-known compounds in cannabis, there’s always that voice calling from the sideline: “Yeah, but does it get you high?”

How Does Cannabis Interact With Other Drugs?

Learn about the potential interactions between cannabinoids found in cannabis and other drugs, from blood sugar medications, to opioids, to alcohol.

How to Assess THC and CBD Levels in Cannabis Strains and Products

How much THC or CBD does your favorite cannabis product contain? Learn different ways you can estimate levels of these cannabinoids in products.

What Is CBG and What Are the Benefits of This Cannabinoid?

Learn about cannabigerol (CBG), a lesser known cannabinoid with emerging research on its medical benefits for specific systems.

Peak THC: The Limits on THC and CBD Levels for Cannabis Strains

Learn more about the limits on THC and CBD levels in cannabis strains, and find out if growers will continue to pack more power into their plants.

How Strain Genetics Influence THC:CBD Ratios

Learn how the THC:CBD ratio in cannabis influences a specific strain's effects, and find out how that ratio is connected to the strain’s genetics.

Get Ready for Leafly’s Cannabinoid Week

Get ready for Cannabinoid Week, a series of articles that explore how THC and CBD interact and also shed light on lesser known plant cannabinoids.