Looking to Buy THCV and CBDV?
Is THCV Safe to Use?
While there’s still much to learn about THCV, studies indicate THCV is safe to try. No major side effects have been reported in the few human studies that exist, which involved doses of up to 10 mg per day, for as long as 13 weeks. As always, it’s best to talk with a healthcare professional before trying any new vitamin or supplement, including cannabis products.
Where To Buy THCV and CBDV
THCV and CBDV availability has “been very limited."An industry insider stated, “There are only a limited number of plants out on the market that produce viable quantities of this compound, and they’ve generally been hard to grow, low-yielding plants. The supply chain is not strong, it’s a rare cannabinoid. It’s expensive,".
The latest trend is isolating THCV from plants and infusing it into different manufactured products, like THCV edibles and tinctures. Specific products to look out for include Lingua™ THCV+, and the new VarinEx™ Gummies which our Insider says is the “hottest new THCV product on the market.”
Like most minor cannabinoids, THCV is still under-studied and under-produced. But, thanks to consumer interest, it seems like that might be changing.
#1 Selling THCv & CBDv Tincture
(THCV/Tetrahydrocannabivarin) THC On Speed • While the rare so-called “sports-car cannabinoid” THCV may be similar to THC molecularly, it seems to provide a variety of different effects from it’s near cousin THC. THCV has been studied for use as an appetite suppressant, for regulation of blood sugar levels, the reducing of panic attacks, inflammation reduction, bone growth stimulation, and more.
(CBDV/Cannabidivarin) The Stabilizer • CBDV is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid and may be found in higher concentrations in “indica” strains found in India and Pakistan regions. It has been studied for its effectiveness as an antiemetic and anticonvulsant compound.
Did You Know?
THCV has been studied as an appetite suppressant. Differently than THC, THCV may suppress the appetite. This may be good for consumers focused on weight loss, but THCV should be avoided by patients treating appetite loss or anorexia.
Research shows THCV may help with diabetes. Recent studies indicate THCV’s ability to regulate blood sugar levels and reduce insulin resistance.
The regular use of THCV may reduce panic attacks. THCV has indicated benefiting patients without suppressing their emotions.
THCV may help with Alzheimer’s. Studies indicate that tremors, motor control, and brain lesions associated with Alzheimer's may be improved with THCV use.
Studies indicate THCV stimulates bone growth. Because of these properties, THCV is a strong candidate for alleviating osteoporosis and other bone-related conditions.