Our highest quality indoor flower buds infused with hemp derived THCV distillate.
- Tetrahydrocannabivarin, aka THCV, is a cannabinoid found in small amounts within the cannabis and hemp plant. This molecule offers a wide array of effects and potential benefits that differ from other cannabinoids like delta9-THC and CBD.
- THCV is similar to the cannabinoid THC in its molecular structure and although more psychoactive then CBD, it does not get you "high" like Delta 9 THC (common THC)
Strain: Uplifting Sativa
Terpene Profile: Gas, Earth, Citrus
100mg+ total cannabinoids per Joint
Is THCV legal to buy online?
- Yes! THCV derived from organic industrial hemp is 100% federally legal and complaint under the 2014-2018 US Farm Bill.
Will THCV get me high?
- Although it wont get you high like delta9-THC (common THC found in cannabis) THCV is known to be more psychoactive then CBD, and it is not recommended to drive or operate heavy machinery when taking THCV.
Will THCV show up on a drug test?
- Due to different testing methods found around the country, it is possible that THCV could show up on a drug test normally meant for delta9-THC. Please do your own research and use caution if you are concerned about failing a drug test.
What is the difference between THC and THCV?
- THC (delta 9-Tetrahydrocannabinol) and THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarin) are two different cannabinoids found naturally in cannabis and hemp. Although there molecular structure is similar, users describe THCV as better for motivation, alertness and overall energy when compared to delta9-THC (common THC)
How does CBD compare to THCV?
- Users note that CBD products seem to be better for relaxation, pain relief, and over all daily well-being. THCV on the other hand seems to be used more for activities requiring mental focus, creativity, and physical movement. Please do your own research online and read what users have to say about this exciting new cannabinoid.
What are the potential benefits of THCV?
- According to recent online research and reviews THCV has the potential to suppress appetite. In contrast to delta9-THC (think the munchies) THCV may actually dull your hunger. This could be good for those focused on weight loss but should be avoided by anyone treating appetite loss or anorexia. THCV may help with diabetes. New research shows promise in THCV’s ability to regulate blood sugar levels and reduce insulin resistance. THCV may help with anxiety and panic attacks by curbing anxiety in those suffering from PTSD, without suppressing emotion. THCV may help with Alzheimer’s disease and symptoms like tremors, motor control, and brain lesions, which appear to be improved by THCV according to research (although still in progress) THCV may actually stimulate new bone growth and is being looked at for numerous bone-related conditions.