The distinguished aroma of Cannabis plants arrives mainly from components called Terpenes. Over 130 Terpenes have been identified in the Cannabis plant and each strain holds its own unique terpene profile. There is more to choosing Terpenes than the fragrance that will fill up your room. These organic aromatic compounds, produced by many plants, effects our body in variance ways. In fact, many different medicinal properties are attributed to the Terpenes such as anti-inflammatory and pain reduction and anxiety relief.
Cannabinoids are unique compounds of the Cannabis plant that effect our body’s activity. Up until today researches isolated 113 different cannabinoids such as: THC, CBD, CBG, CBC, CBN, CBL and more. Each cannabinoid has its own unique molecular structure and therefore different effects on our bodies. The main qualities of cannabinoids are anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, relieving spasm and neuropathic pain. THC and CBD form the majority of the cannabinoid compounds found in the plant. THC is the only compound that is related to the famous psychoactive effect of cannabis, mainly appearing as a euphoria along with significant medicinal effects.
The Cannabis plant can improve the quality of life of almost anyone. There is a wide spectrum of different effects of the Cannabis plant on our bodies, such as: relaxation, pain relief, nausea reduction, mood enhancement, appetite stimulation and more. The basis lies in the fact that almost every living creature on the planet has a system of receptors that absorb Cannabis compounds. This system is called the Endocannabinoid System and is spread throughout our body: the nervous system, digestive system, cardiovascular system, reproductive system, immune system and even our bladder.
When you see the Lemon Thai name, you already know to expect strong Sativa landrace genetics. Lemon Thai was bred by crossing a Thai Sativa with a Hawaiian cannabis strain. The result brings forward a potential uplifting strain that many may seek to supplement their coffee regimen. Lemon Thai produces the normal green and orange buds, with a thick coat of white trichomes that make it a great strain for trying as a concentrate.
Those Lemon Thai genetics bring forth a familiar creative energy that ultimately will get you up and active in no time. This may translate best to people with a whole to-do list to complete, or those heading out for physical chores like a three mile jog. Happy, energetic, and uplifted are three of the most common effects associated with this strain.
Lemon Thai strains will often smell of sour lemon tones that complete the general earthy/floral flavor of cannabis.
Lemon Thai tastes like lemons in most consumption forms. Often that lemon falls into a faint earthy category too. It’s the perfect example of how sometimes cannabis simply tastes like cannabis.
Medical cannabis patients should always seek the help of their doctor when choosing medicine. That said, some consumers find Lemon Thai’s uplifting qualities to be beneficial reducing stress, depression symptoms and anxiety.
The common downsides of cannabis are dry eyes and mouth. It is also worth noting that some may find Lemon Thai to be a little racy.