Through this newfound method, cannabis consumers can avoid the ‘high’ without compromising its remaining valuable components. The leaves of cannabis are rich in phytocannabinoids like CBDA and CBD, while its flowers offer THCA. All of the aforementioned cannabinoids offer substantial anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving benefits that cannot be easily attained from ‘activated’ or heat-processed cannabinoids( like delta-9-THC.) Juicing of Cannabis has become a common trend in authorized cannabis markets.
The Cannabis plant’s leaves and buds are loaded with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and cancer preventing compounds, referred to as cannabidiols (CBD.) Such compounds add to Cannabis' historical label as a superfood.
The juice derived from cannabis can be mixed with a range of other healthy ingredients to create enjoyable drinks perfect for any time of the day. Cannabis is considered a vegetable for many and as such, should be ingested when most fresh in order to take advantage of all its health benefits.
Juicing presents an efficient method for taking the daily amount of recommended cannabinoids, especially for those individuals who are trying to stop smoking or vaporizing. When no heat is applied to the plant, the psychoactive cannabinoids are neither activated nor released. This means that you’re unlikely to get high with one full glass of juiced cannabis. However, it is still advised that you be careful with the amount of cannabis you use, as it will affect your juice's potency.
Cannabis is known to aid in the treatment of a wide range of health conditions, from epilepsy to cancer to chronic pain, inflammation, depression and even bacterial infections.
Because juicing cannabis doesn't produce the same 'high' effect as smoking, it's possible to ingest larger quantities of cannabis' useful cannabinoids through this method. For instance, CBD is known to stop (or even reverse) the growth of some cancer cells - but only in particularly high doses. The FDA allots a daily intake of 600mg of CBDs but only 10mg or lesser of THC. Understanding the fact that most cannabis strains have less than .01 percent CBD present and above 10 percent THC, attaining the 600mg recommended daily intake for CBD would be difficult without proper supplementation, like juicing.
It is important to remember to dilute your juiced cannabis with a substantial amount of water or other fruit juices, as it can be very acidic when juiced alone. Vegetable juice can also be added to reduce cannabis in the raw’s bitterness. Carrot juice is widely used when juicing cannabis, using the ratio 10 parts carrot juice to 1 part cannabis.
Cannabis juicing is becoming very popular among many health-conscious persons wherever the law permits the cultivation of cannabis for personal consumption, due to the fact that it's fast, tasty and medicinally beneficial. Although studies are still limited on the advantages of consuming raw cannabis, subjective evidence suggests that it might well be the magic potion we’ve been all dreaming of.