FullCircle Posted May 5, 2016 Report Share Posted May 5, 2016 I've been experimenting with various temperatures on my vaporiser recently, and observing the different effects that one strain can produce. It's quite interesting, and some of the information I've come across will probably be of help to others too, so I figured I'd share here. I'm pretty interested in this subject so will likely add to the thread when I find interesting things. Below are the boiling points (what you need to set your vape to) for the major phytocannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids, along with the main properties for each. If you have a vape with a temp control, you can dial it in to meet your needs. This comes from various reliable sources, links at the bottom Phytocannabinoids Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) - 157°CEuphoriant (produces feelings of happiness and relaxation)Anti-proliferative (inhibits cancer cell growth)Analgesic (relieves pain)Antiinflammatory (relieves inflammation)Antioxidant (prevents the damage of oxidation to other molecules in the body)Antiemetic (reduces vomiting and nausea)Anxiolitic (reduces anxiety)Appetite stimulant Cannabidiol (CBD) - 180°CAnxiolyticSedativeNeuroprotective (slows damage to the nervous system and brain)AntibacterialAntidepressantAnti-diabetic (lowers blood sugar levels)Anti-emeticAnalgesicAntiinflammatoryAntioxidantAnti-proliferative (inhibits cancer cell growth)Antispasmodic (suppresses muscle cramps and spasms)Antiepileptic (reduces seizures and convulsions)Antiischemic (reduces the risk of artery blockage)Antipsioratic (treats psoriasis)Antipsychotic (Tranquilizing effects relieve symptoms of psychosis, two terpenoids also help - linalool and limonene)Bone stimulant (Promotes bone growth by stimulating osteocytes)Immunosuppresant (reduces function in the immune system - can assist with various immune system diseases)Intestinal antiprokinetic (CBD is the only cannabinoid identified that reduces small intestine contractions)Vasorelaxant (reduces vascular tension) Δ8-tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ8-THC): 175-178°CResembles Δ9-THC, Less psychoactive, AntiemeticLess psychoactive than Δ9-THC Cannabinol (CBN): 185°CCBN is an oxidation product of THC. It normally forms when THC is exposed to oxygen and heat. A high level of CBN often reflects cannabis that is old or has been exposed to significant heat.AnalgesicVery slightly psychoactiveSedative (CBN is more strongly sedative than other known cannabinoids)Antibacterial AntiemeticAnticonvulsantAnti-inflammatoryAnti-proliferative (inhibits cancer cell growth)Mild Appetite stimulantBone Stimulant Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV): < 220°CAnalgesicAnorectic (reduces appetite)Anti-emeticAnti-epilepticAnti-inflammatoryBone stimulantEuphoriant Cannabichromene (CBC): 220°CAnalgesicAntidepressantAntifungal (inhibits the growth of fungus)AnxioliticAnti-inflammatoryAntibioticBone stimulant Neurogenesis (promotes the growth of new brain cells) ..............to be continued, will finish working on this later 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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