What You Need to Know About The Molecule That Helps You Get Un-High

Article by David Hodes, The Fresh Toast via Growth Op

LIFE What you need to know about the molecule that helps you get un-high Olivetol is a tiny molecule that competes with THC for binding to the CB1 receptor, which is the receptor in the human body responsible for the psychoactive effects of THC By David Hodes, The Fresh Toast Cannabis product makers are addressing an increasingly large number of first-time consumers still a bit wary about the product, and offering new strategic products. Getty Images

Welcome to today’s buzz choices: High as possible, high as quickly as possible, hardly high at all, or un-high in minutes

Cannabis product makers are addressing an increasingly large number of first-time consumers still a bit wary about the product, and offering new strategic products.

Now you can get as high as you want as fast as you want, get just as little high as you want, and even reverse the high you have so that you are not high at all.

Back in the day, say, 2014 or so (now ancient history in the cannabis world), it used to be that consumers were just looking to get as high as possible. “They found out that they couldn’t keep doing that,” said Bob Eschino, founder and president of Medically Correct. Medically Correct makes one of the first cannabis edible brands, Incredibles.

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