Weed Juice

Definition - What does Weed Juice mean?

Cannabis can be smoked, vaporized or consumed in the form of juice. Weed juice is consumed in the raw form and studies assert that this ensures the beneficial components of cannabis stay intact in its raw form. In fact, 99% of the benefits of cannabis are eliminated when it is lighted through joints or vapes. Raw cannabis and heated cannabis have different components.

MaximumYield explains Weed Juice

Raw cannabis contains cannabidiolic acid (CBDA) and tetrahydocannabinolic acid (THCA), both of which are known for their medicinal properties. To trigger the psychoactive effects of cannabis commonly known as the high CBDA and THCA, these need to be heated to produce cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) respectively.

As a result, the human body can sustain larger concentration of cannabis when consumed raw and in the form of a juice. If you heat marijuana, you can only consume 10mg at a time. However, when consumed raw, you can consume up to 500mg.

If you consume it raw, then it should strictly be as a dietary supplement. Along with the cannabinoids, weed juice contains magnesium and proteins. The raw form can provide many health benefits ranging from improving your immune system to healing scars and acting as anti-depressants.

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