Cannabinoids CBD and THC

Moroccan Cannabis for medical use

The oldest and most common use of Cannabis is as a medicinal product. Traditionally Cannabis was used as a herbal medicine often crushed into teas, added to food or smoked. The cannabis plant has a long history being used as a remedy for pain, rheumatism, leprosy, diarrhoea and fever.

Cannabis uses

Cannabis for medical uses

Modern medical practices are also starting to gain a better understanding of the many uses of Cannabis products for a variety of ailments but most commonly used to pain management. Due to its effect, The active ingredients of cannabis are called cannabinoids, varieties that contain a certain amount of THC (dronabinol) would be considered as cannabinoids. However, these no longer fall under the category of commercial Cannabis. While CBD products are said to be particularly effective against inflammation, spasms and anxiety, THC, in the form of a dronabinol solution, is used to relieve pain.


Cannabinoids (CBD, THC, THCA ect.) are chemical compounds which activate the cannabinoid receptors found throughout our bodies.

Cannabidiol CBD

CBD has no psychoactive effect and is therefore 100% legal. Can be used for many purposes: Epilepsy, sleep disorders, movement disorders, psychosis.

Tetrahydrocannabinol THC

THC is psychoactive an has many therapeutic uses: analgesic, exhilarant, muscle relaxant, appetite stimulant.

Medical Cannabis

Medical cannabis flowers that can be obtained on a doctor's prescription. It is used to relieve symptoms caused by certain diseases.


No psychoactive effects

Many people use CBD products because they feel it helps to relax and promotes a sense of serenity.

THC oil

Psychoactive effects

Every human and many animals possess the endocannabinoid system, which can be addressed by endogenous cannabinoids (endocannabinoid) and synthetic or plant cannabinoids. THC harnesses endocannabinoid system.

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