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In the cannabis plant, there are several compounds that work together to create the effects that we observe. The two most recognizable compounds are cannabidiol (CBD), known for its therapeutic effects, and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is primarily known for its recreative effects, although it has also been shown to possess therapeutic properties as well. These molecules also demonstrate considerable synergy by enhancing the therapeutic effect of each other. Although many people search for products based upon the indica, sativa or hybrid labels, one can also inspect them by cannabinoid content.
+CBD-dominant strains are usually low in THC content and are widely used by people sensitive to THC or patients seeking relief from symptoms without psychotropic effects.
+THC-dominant strains will have the classic psychotropic and euphoric effects associated with the plant along with its therapeutic potential.
+Strains containing cannabinol (CBN) are typically thought to make people sleepy.