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Is THCV the SEXIEST cannabinoid? 😍



THCV is the hottest cannabinoid found in cannabis. It has been shown that THCV increases energy levels, helps with mental clarity (especially in regards to focus), and even supports bone health! This is just the beginning though... there are still many more MENTAL and PHYSICAL benefits to be explored by researchers and consumers alike. In this article we'll take a look at some of those benefits and how you can use them in your life today!


THCV is the sexiest cannabinoid

THCV is a minor cannabinoid, making up about 0.3% of most strains. THCV is a non-psychoactive compound, but it does have the ability to stimulate the CB1 receptor in a similar manner as THC does. However, unlike THC, which has stimulating properties that can cause anxiety and paranoia in some people (especially at high doses), THCV is known for its ability to provide energy and focus without causing nervousness or cognitive impairment.


For this reason, many people who want to experience the stimulating effects of cannabis without experiencing psychoactive effects may choose THCV over other cannabinoids such as CBD or CBG (cannabigerol). It's also becoming increasingly popular among athletes because of its ability to help promote energy levels without causing anxiety like caffeine would do; this means that the overall effect is much less pronounced than with caffeine use alone!



THCV has shown both MENTAL and PHYSICAL benefits

THCV is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that is both CB1 antagonist and CB2 agonist. This means it has the ability to block the receptor in your brain that makes you feel high from THC, while also activating receptors that help your body deal with inflammation.

THCV has been shown to be neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory, which may explain why users report feeling healthier after using it.


In addition to its mental benefits, THCV has been shown to increase bone density and improve athletic recovery time—two physical benefits commonly associated with exercise.



THCV helps with Anxiety Control

THCV is a non-addictive, effective alternative to CBD in treating anxiety. It has been shown to help reduce symptoms of anxiety, as well as being a sedative and possibly reducing stress.

  • Stress

  • Depression

  • Anxiety


THCV has Antipsychotic Effects


THCV has been shown to have a variety of positive effects on the body, including:

  • Antipsychotic Effects

  • Anticonvulsant Effects

  • Anti-Inflammatory Properties

  • Analgesic Properties (pain relief)

It also has some interesting potential for treating cancer and depression.


THCV is a Neuroprotective

THCV has been shown to have neuroprotective effects in a variety of studies. THCV was shown to have protective effects against oxidative stress, inflammation, and excitotoxicity in the brain.


Moreover, THCV was also found to be an effective treatment for stroke and epilepsy as well as traumatic brain injury (TBI).


THCV may help promote energy focus and stamina,


THCV is a stimulant, which means it can help promote energy and stamina. If you're looking for a natural alternative to caffeine or other stimulants, THCV might be right up your alley.

THCV is also known to boost focus and concentration. For those who struggle with attention deficit disorder (ADD), this cannabinoid could be an excellent option!


Feeling nervous? PTSD, OCD, and other anxiety disorders may be supported through the use of THCV.


THCV is a powerful anxiolytic, meaning that it has been shown to help reduce symptoms of anxiety. Research finds that THCV can help promote energy focus and stamina, which may be helpful for those who suffer from attention deficit disorders (ADD/ADHD).


THCV may also help with controlling post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), as it has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties.


THCV is growing in popularity as a weight loss cannabinoid,


THCV is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that has been shown to be effective in helping with weight loss because of its ability to suppress appetite and lower insulin levels.

THCV has been shown to inhibit hunger and increase metabolism by increasing the amount of calories you burn in your day-to-day activities, which also helps with weight loss.


THCV has been shown to help reduce symptoms of nausea

THCV is a cannabinoid that has been shown to help reduce symptoms of nausea, vomiting and loss of appetite. It also helps suppress coughing, inflammation and pain.

  • THCV+ is a natural anti-nausea compound

  • THCV+ is a mood enhancer

  • THCV+ is a natural anti-inflammatory

  • THCV+ is a natural pain reliever


THCV Supports Bone Health


THCV has been shown to support bone health by helping regulate the amount of calcium and phosphorus in the body. It also helps maintain healthy bone mass by increasing testosterone levels, which plays a role in increasing bone density.


While THCV is not considered an essential cannabinoid, it does have many exciting benefits that make it worth researching further. As research continues to confirm its usefulness as an alternative treatment for various conditions and ailments, we may soon see it used more frequently in both medical settings and recreational settings alike!


THCV helps Manage Blood Sugar and Insulin Levels


THCV is known to help with the breakdown of fat cells, which in turn helps control blood sugar and insulin levels. It also helps with satiety, which can help you eat less food when you're feeling full. All together, this makes THCV a great choice for those looking for a way to manage their weight.


According to research, THCV has been shown to increase energy expenditure in mice by boosting core body temperature and increasing cellular metabolism—which means that it could also help with weight loss!


THCV+ is made by Spyglass Wellness™

THCV+ is made by Spyglass Wellness™, a leading cannabinoid research and development company. It contains pharmaceutical-grade cannabinoids that are decarboxylated (a process that releases THCV's active properties).


The product is vegan, non-GMO, gluten-free, soy-free and contains no artificial flavors or colors.


THCV+ is formulated to be fast acting and bioavailable by the body when ingested orally so you can experience all of its effects quickly. The total cannabinoids in 1ml of THCV+ tincture is 66mg for optimal dosing flexibility based on your needs and tolerance level. For those who want an extra boost of Elderberry and essential vitamins, THCV+ Gummies are also available in 30mg strength below.





Conclusion

THCV is the most fascinating and SEXY cannabinoid we’ve seen yet. It has incredible potential as a medicine, and it also has some pretty great effects on our bodies and minds. THCV may have been underestimated by researchers until now, but it definitely deserves more attention!



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