What is THC?

What is THC?

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Tetrahydrocannabinol (or THC for short) is a cannabinoid, a compound found in the cannabis and hemp plants. It’s also the compound in cannabis that gets you high. Today, I am going to speak through its effects and how it is used.


THC binds to the cannabinoid receptors found throughout the body. This causes a variety of psychoactive effects. The chemical structure of THC mimics the chemicals that are already created within the body. An effect similar to this can be experienced when running. Athletes get what is called a "runner's high". THC is currently used to solve a variety of problems.


The effects of THC varies from person to person depending on a person's body chemistry and other factors such as if you’ve used it before, the dosage, and how you take it. There are positive effects of THC, including relaxation, pain relief and energy.

There are, however, negative effects including;

  • Dizziness
  • Memory impairment
  • Paranoia.
It's best to take THC in small doses to see how the body reacts.


People who suffer from mental conditions can have increased symptoms if they use THC. People at risk include people with schizophrenia or psychosis. It is best to know how THC will affect you before using it in your treatment. If you’re under the care of a physician for any of these conditions, you should speak with your medical providers before trying any products containing THC. 


THC may provide many benefits for people with health concerns. There are many conditions that THC might help treat, including PTSD, cancer, ADHD, Nausea, Crohn's disease and inflammation. As research continues, it is likely that more and more benefits will be found.

You may be able to reduce many symptoms with THC, but it is important to stay wary of the effects of it, as the effects vary from person to person. Research has found more benefits of THC and will continue finding more in the future. 

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