THCP + THCO 2.2 GRAM 2000MG
THCP.17%, THC-O 83%,
THCP + THCO Blue Haze, which stands for “tetrahydrocannabiphorol” or “(-)-Trans-9-tetrahydrocannabiphorol” in scientific terms, is a natural cannabinoid that is similar to THC and is found in some types of cannabis. It is thought to be 33 times more active at cannabinoid 1 (CB1) receptors than THC, giving a strong, euphoric high.
The legality of THCP + THCO PINEAPPLE OG is stuck between two different federal laws. It’s not on the list of controlled substances, and the 2018 Farm Bill might protect it. Many people, though, think it’s illegal and falls under the Federal Analogue Act (FAA).
When THCP was found, it caused quite a stir. Just the idea of a cannabinoid stronger than THC sends the cannabis world into a tizzy.
Is there anything else we know about THCP? How did it get found? Do you get anything out of it?
How and when did people find out about THCP + THCO Blue Haze?
On December 30, 2019, THCP was first shown to the world in an open-access journal called Scientific Reports. The article’s title was “A new phytocannabinoid isolated from Cannabis sativa L. with a cannabimimetic effect in living organisms higher than that of 9-THC…”
Even if you don’t use cannabis often, the title is enough to make you want to know more.
Who knows what this new cannabinoid is? How did it get found? What does this mean for the whole world of cannabis?
By accident, THCP was found.
A group of Italian researchers did the study. They used advanced mass-spectrometry and liquid chromatography on a sample of natural (not synthetic) cannabis (FM2) from the Military Chemical Institute in Florence, Italy.
Researchers could get a good look at the plant matter with the help of mass spectrometry and liquid chromatography. THCP was found by accident during this process. A total accident.
THCP is thirty times better at binding to CB1 receptors than THC.
Once the team got over the shock of finding a new cannabinoid, they saw that THCP + THCO was almost the same as THC, but with a twist.
See, the side chains of naturally occurring cannabinoid molecules are made up of alkyl groups. Carbon atoms are strung together to make alkyl side chains. If you look at a diagram of THC or CBD’s chemical structure, the alkyl side chains look like animals’ tails.
What can you and your body do with THCP and THCO?
This is a good question, and we don’t know the answer yet. Before we can say what THCP can do for you and your body, we must do more research.
When the Italian team looked at how THCP affects human cannabinoid receptors, they found the following physiological effects:
Pain-relief (analgesia) (analgesia)
The rectum’s temperature went down.
These effects are almost identical to those of THCP + THCO PINEAPPLE OG, but they are stronger. Most likely, the pain relief could be stronger. It could also help people who have trouble sleeping sleep better. We can only guess what it might be good for in the future because we don’t have any other substantial evidence to back up its use as a therapy.
Some users will have fun with the extra strength for fun. A “high” from a cannabis strain or product high in THCP could have some pretty strong effects. When combined with other cannabinoids and terpenes, the effects could be more relaxing, energizing, or soothing.
THCP is one of the cannabinoids that are most interesting right now.
Right now, THCP is one of the most interesting things found in the cannabis business. It is exciting to think that a natural cannabinoid could be 30 times more active at CB1 receptors than THC.
But, like any new cannabinoid, there are worries about its safety. Few scientific studies have been able to confirm its short-term and long-term side effects.