THCV Dark Chocolate - 40mg - Raspberry

Brand: Bhumi
  • 40mg THCV infused chocolate edible
  • 100mg of L-theanine to induce calm
  • Made with 100% federally legal hemp
  • Dark Belgian chocolate with raspberry
  • THCV grown and processed in the USA


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The Bhumi THCV Dark Chocolate - 40mg - Raspberry has a bright psychotropic kick with a delicious berry flavor. Not to be taken lightly by newcomers to cannabis use, but just enough for an experienced user to enjoy an altered morning, afternoon or evening. 

It is always recommended with edibles (especially for newcomers) to start low and go slow. The Bhumi label says to consume only ¼ of the chocolate, wait at least 6 hours to judge tolerance before eating any more.

How THCV feels

The great thing about THCV is that it has a lower psychotropic potency than its close cousin delta-9 THC. And, while there are similarities, there are also distinct differences too.

  • THCV suppresses appetite. Unlike regular THC that can stimulate appetite, THCV may do the oppostite. Research is ongoing. THCV should be avoided by patients treating appetite loss or anorexia.
  • THCV studied for diabetes. Research suggests THCV can regulate blood sugar levels and reduce insulin resistance.
  • THCV may reduce panic attacks. THCV helps many with anxiety attacks in PTSD patients, without dulling emotion.
  • THCV studied for Alzheimer’s. THCV helps with tremors, motor control and brain lesions associated with Alzheimer’s and other nuerological disorders. Promising research is ongoing.
  • THCV stimulates bone growth. Because it promotes the growth of new bone cells, THCV is being looked at for osteoporosis and other bone-related conditions.

Diet weed

So a THCV high means a heady buzz without being too stoned. A THCV high also has no intense paranoia or anxiety, like that associated with high doses of marijuana. 

If you're looking for something mellow, but still potent enough to be considered "high," then THCV might just be your new favorite cannabinoid!

THCV users report heady sensations, relaxation and energy boost, with a psychotropic effect, about half that of full strength marijuana. THCV contains properties that may help reduce stress and tension, suppress appetite and even reduce nausea, according to research.

How THCV works

Cannabis has many new and returning users, both medically and recreationally, for good reasons. While we are still learning about this amazing plant, what we do know for sure is important.

For example, CBD is part of a full spectrum of cannabinoids (the chemical compounds in cannabis like CBD and THC). It has known antinflammatory, analgesic, anti-seizure properties. THCV is a psychoactive cannabinoid because it interacts differently with the body.

  • Two receptors made just for cannabinoids on human cells; CB1 and CB2
  • CB1 and CB2 affect differenbt parts of the body; immune system and neurological systems
  • CBD is therapetutic; it reacts with the CB2 receptor, found mainly in body's immune system
  • THCV attaches to the CB1 receptor, affecting neurological systems with mild euphoric properties
  • THCV delivers euphoria without intense paranoia and anxiety, unlike full strength delta 9 products
  • All cannabinoids work together in an 'entourage effect,' the overall effect being stronger than the sum of its parts
  • Edibles are one of the most efficient ways to capture the full spectrum of compounds within the cannabis plant
  • Edibles are more bioavailable to consumption than other methods of ingesting cannabis

Cannabinoids have benefitted mankind for thousands of years, with numerous uses according to anecdotal evidence. Cannabis has been used medically to treat everything from chronic pain to anxiety, insomnia to narcolepsy and beyond!

Cannabis use in history

Cannabis also has recreational and ceremonial uses, documented throughout human history. And now, with the innovations in the hemp-created cannabinoid industry, there are numerous ways to include cannabis in your lifestyle. 

Cannabis can be smoked, vaporized (heated without combustion to release active ingredients without combustion and smoke), ingested in drops and drinks, and eaten as an edible, like gummies, chocolates and even ice cream!

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