Where to try THCP or CBDP?
Now that you’ve learned all about THCP and CBDP, you may be looking to get your hands on some. Both of these cannabinoids were isolated and derived from the “FM2” cultivar. FM2 Is the only legal cannabis strain that is currently available in the country of Italy and it is grown exclusively by the military. The Italian government permits medical marijuana patients that have qualifying conditions to purchase the cultivar for around $7 USD per gram.
Until further studies and testing is conducted, we won’t know for sure if THCP is unique to FM2, or if it is found within a wide range of strains. Your average cannabis lab will not be able test for THCP or CBDP until a standard solution and testing protocol is implemented.
Stay tuned to Supreme’s Strain Guide for strains high in THCP and CBDP, once proper testing is published.
The Future of Cannabis
These discoveries reveal that there is a lot more to be learned. Future studies and trials may reveal things that completely change the way we look at cannabis. These cannabinoids weren’t discovered until recently simply because nobody thought to look for them. What other chemicals and applications have we not thought to look for yet?
Earlier last year, the same Italian research team announced the discovery of two other previously unknown cannabinoids, CBDB and THCB. Initial studies showed that THCB seemed to relieve pain in mice. However, not much is known about the properties of these molecules either.
The Italian researchers are now currently working to understand the potential applications for these cannabinoids. The team is conducting a variety of experiments, such as investigating CBDP’s anti-convulsive and anti-inflammatory properties. It will be interesting to read their final conclusions on these chemicals.
We always suggest that you do your own research before coming to conclusions about complicated cannabis-related topics. This is only one study and much more research is required before any definitive statements can be made.
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