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THCV, as the name suggests, has a close chemical composition and psychoactive qualities to THC, but it produces a range of distinct and unique effects. For those who use vaporizers, it’s important to note that THCV has a boiling point of 428°F (220°C), so you will need to set your device to a higher temperature than you would for THC.
THCV has been shown to suppress appetite. This can be beneficial for those looking to lose weight, although it may not be suitable for individuals suffering from appetite loss or anorexia. Promising results have been shown in studies on the ability of THCV to control blood sugar levels and reduce insulin resistance, making it a potential benefit for people with diabetes. THCV may help alleviate panic symptoms and anxiety attacks in PTSD patients without suppressing emotions. Research is ongoing, but THCV appears to alleviate tremors, improve motor control, and reduce brain lesions associated with Alzheimer’s disease. THCV is also being studied for its potential to promote bone growth and development. This is because it has been shown to increase the creation of new bone cells, making it a potential treatment for osteoporosis and other bone-related issues.
Delta-8 THC has distinct chemical properties from THC and produces a euphoric effect when consumed. It rapidly interacts with the endocannabinoid system. In high amounts, THCV may also have a psychoactive effect, although its effects are different from those of THC.
Like CBD, THCV promotes mental clarity while also offering relief for those suffering from anxiety. When ingested, Delta-8 THC and THCV have different effects on the body. The advantage of these compounds is that they quickly bind to cannabinoid receptors, unlike CBD.
THCV isolate has already undergone decarboxylation, so it does not need to be heated before use. This makes isolate more versatile than other extracts, as it can be consumed orally, sublingually, inhaled, or combined with other products.
When preparing THC-infused oils, it is important to accurately measure the concentration of each dose. Because THCV isolate is over 95 percent pure, each milligram of isolate contains approximately one milligram of active THCV.
Most mid-to-high-end item makers (including our manufacturers) favor CO2 extraction for valid reasons. Using industrial-grade closed-loop systems, CO2 is cooled and compressed into a “supercritical” condition. Supercritical CO2, which is both liquid and gaseous at the same time, is then circulated through cannabis or hemp plant matter (much like a solvent) to extract cannabinoids and terpenes without removing chlorophyll.
While our CO2 extraction is substantially more costly than other extraction procedures, it is now the industry gold level in producing cannabis isolates. These items are preferred over others since they have a compliance-certified label somewhere on their package.
To consume THCV isolate sublingually, simply place it under your tongue and allow it to absorb for at least 90 seconds before swallowing. THCV is absorbed through the mucosal membranes and goes straight into the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive process and liver for a fast and powerful effect. This is similar to taking a CBD tincture. One of the benefits of the isolate is that it has no taste or odor, unlike CBD oil.
THCV isolate can be mixed in a variety of ways. One option is to make a tincture by combining it with carrier oil, such as coconut oil or MCT oil. Another method is to mix it with e-juice and vaporize it. To create topicals, mix THCV isolate with skin oils and apply the mixture to the affected area. To make homemade sweeteners, mix THCV isolate with organic honey or stevia. It can also be mixed into syrup and drizzled over pancakes, waffles, or other treats.