At Green Leaf Lab, we test for 14 different cannabinoids:

Cannabinoids are chemical compounds found in cannabis, hemp and hops. These compounds, also known as Phytocannabinoids, are found in highest concentrations in the flowering portion of the plants, specifically within the resin glands located on the flower.

Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid (THCA)

Research studies show that cannabinoids have positive impacts in the treatment of chronic pain, spasticity, nausea and chemotherapy as related vomiting and sleep disorders. (1) THCA may be a more potent alternative to THC in the treatment of nausea and vomiting. (2)

Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ-9-THC)

Research shows that delta-9 THC slows down the growth of cancer cells and was even more effective when combined with CBD. (3) Other studies indicate that delta-9 THC affects the TRPV1-4 and has therapeutic applications regarding the gastrointestinal tract and inflammation. (4) THC and/or CBD have been found to assist in lessening fear memories in post-traumatic stress disorder patients. (5) It has also been found to assist in the treatment of chronic pain (6) and with the modulation of the immune system. (7)

Delta-8-Tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ-8-THC)

Delta-8 THC is said to exhibit a lower psychotropic potency and effect than delta-9 THC. However, it has appetite stimulating, analgesic and neuroprotective properties. (8) Studies have analyzed it in the prevention of nausea and vomiting for chemotherapy patients (9), as well as its anticonvulsant effects. (10)

Tetrahdrocannabivarin (THCV)

Research shows THCV may delay progression of disease, including symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease. (11) Research also indicates that THCV decreases signs of inflammation and inflammatory pain in mice (12) and has anticonvulsant effects. (13)

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Cannabidiol (CBD)

CBD alone, or in conjunction with THC, may assist in reducing fear memories for post-traumatic stress disorder patients. (14) Research shows that CBD affects the TRPV1-4 and may have therapeutic applications for the gastrointestinal tract and inflammation. (15) It may also inhibit prostate carcinoma (16) and modulate the immune system. (17)

Cannabidiolic Acid (CBDA)

CBDA may assist in treating nausea, vomiting, emesis, motion sickness or other similar conditions. (18) Research shows that it has anti-inflammatory, analgesic and anti-cancer effects and is a more potent inhibitor compared to CBD or other cannabinoids. (19)

Cannabidivarin (CBDV)

Reports indicate that CBDV reduces seizure severity in animals (20) and has therapeutic potential in reducing nausea. (21) CBDV displays anticonvulsant properties in mice and rats. (22) The TRPV1-4 is found to have therapeutic applications regarding the gastrointestinal tract and inflammation. (23)

Cannabidivarin Acid (CBDVA)

CBDVA may assist the prevention or treatment of neurodegenerative diseases or disorders, such as Alzheimer’s. (24) It may also assist with reverse cholesterol transport activity. (25)

Cannabinolic Acid (CBN)

Antibacterial properties have been found in CBN. (26) CBN may also assist with the modulation of the immune system. (27) Studies have also shown that mixing Delta-9 THC with CBN synergized the depressant effects on rabbits that were sleep deprived. (28)

Cannabigerol (CBG)

CBG may inhibit as well as reduce cancer growth in the colon. (29) Antibacterial properties have been found in CBG research. (30) Other studies show that CBG alleviates inflammation in multiple sclerosis and may even assist with other types of neuroinflammatory diseases (31), including inflammatory bowel disease. (32)

Cannabigerolic Acid (CBGA)

Research studies show that CBGA affects the TRPV1-4 with potential therapeutic applications regarding the gastrointestinal tract and inflammation. (33) THCA is biosynthesized from CBGA. (34)

Cannabichromene (CBC)

Antibacterial properties have been found in research associated with CBC. (35) Other research shows that CBC has anti-inflammatory properties, as well as antibacterial and antifungal properties. (36) Research indicates that CBC affects the TRPV1-4 with potential therapeutic applications regarding the gastrointestinal tract and inflammation. (37)

Cannabichromic Acid (CBCA)

Research indicates that there is enzymological evidence for CBDA biosynthesis. (38) CBCA has been observed in cannabis seedlings prior to the appearance of THCA. (39)

Cannabicyclol Acid (CBLA)

More research is needed to analyze potential properties associated with CBLA. CBLA is known to be one of the more stable cannabinoid acids when heated and has a tendency to resist decarboxylation.

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