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THCA - Gush Mint - INDOOR - EXOTIC Hemp Flower

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THCA - Modified Grapes - INDOOR - EXOTIC Hemp Flower

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THCA (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid) is a cannabinoid found in raw cannabis plants. It converts to THC through a process called decarboxylation when exposed to heat. THCA is known for its potential therapeutic benefits without the "high" associated with THC.

THCA concentrates focus on therapeutic benefits without inducing a high. THC concentrates, however, are psychoactive and produce euphoric effects. This key difference allows users to choose products based on their desired outcomes.

THCA concentrates are used for their anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and antiemetic properties. They can be applied sublingually, topically, ingested, or inhaled. Each method offers different benefits and absorption rates.

The process starts with selecting high-quality hemp rich in THCA. Various extraction methods, like CO2 extraction or solvent-based extraction, are used to pull THCA from the plant material. The concentrate then undergoes purification to remove impurities and enhance potency.

THCA is generally legal because it is non-psychoactive. However, its legal status can vary depending on the region, especially if it converts to THC, which is more regulated. It's important to check local laws before purchasing or using THCA products.

Yes, THCA concentrates can be added to food and beverages for consumption. However, heating them during cooking can convert THCA to THC, altering its effects. It's advisable to use THCA concentrates in recipes that do not require high heat.

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