THCP- Quick Guide
If you’re a cannabis user, then you need to know about THCP. THCP is a new cannabinoid that is much more potent than THC. In this blog post, we’ll explain what THCP is, how it is made, how to consume it, and some of the benefits of this powerful cannabinoid.
What is THCP?
THCP is short for tetrahydrocannabiphorol. It is a new cannabinoid that was only recently discovered. THCP is similar to THC in structure, but it is much more potent. In fact, THCP is thought to be up to 30 times more potent than THC. This makes THCP the most potent known cannabinoid.
THCP has longer alkyl side chains which make it more stable and potent. The cannabinoid attaches better to receptors throughout your body. It also is absorbed much more slowly, but also lingers on these same sites for much longer duration of time; giving you a stronger high!
This means that the cannabinoid –which may make you feel differently about experiencing certain effects!
How is THCP made?
THCP is produced in the trichomes of the Cannabis sativa plant and hemp plant. Trichomes are the tiny hairs on the plant that produce cannabinoids like THC and CBD. To make THCP, the Cannabis sativa plant undergoes a process called decarboxylation. This process activates the THC-A in the plant and converts it into THCP.
How to consume THCP
THCP can be consumed in a number of ways. The most common way to consume THCP is by smoking or vaping it. However, THCP can also be consumed orally in the form of edibles or tinctures. When consuming oral forms of THCP, it’s important to remember that it takes longer for the effects to kick in compared to smoking or vaping.
This is because oral forms of cannabinoids must first be metabolized by the liver before they can enter the bloodstream.
There are a number of positive points about THCP that make it an attractive option for cannabis users. First, as we mentioned earlier, THCP is much more potent than THC. This means that you need less of it to achieve the desired effects.
Second, because THCP is so potent, it provides users with a longer-lasting high than THC does. Finally,THCP has been shown to provide some unique therapeutic benefits such as relieving pain and inflammation and promoting appetite stimulation.
THCP has been shown to be a potential negative allosteric modulator of the CB1 receptor. This means that it can potentially reduce the efficacy of THC at this receptor. Additionally, THCP is much more potent than THC, meaning that very small amounts could potentially produce strong effects.
These two factors could lead to unwanted or unexpected effects in individuals who consume products containing THCP. Finally, there is currently very little research on THCP and its potential effects, so its safety profile is not well understood.
Whether you’re a new cannabis user or an experienced one, you need to know about THCP—the new powerful cannabinoid on the block. With its potency and therapeutic benefits, THPC offers users an enjoyable and effective experience with cannabis consumption.