Entourage effect

Cannabis effect

Entourage effect[ˌɒntʊˈrɑːʒ ɪˈfɛkt]

Definition:

The combined effect of different chemicals present in the cannabis matter as consumed is called the “entourage effect.”

Our bodies absorb hundreds of plant components when we smoke or vape cannabis. Each one has its own set of advantages and outcomes, and its behavior may change in the presence of other substances.

Interactions between cannabinoids and terpenes and cannabinoids lead to the entourage effect. Terpenes are essential oils with different scents and flavors, and the relative concentrations of certain terpenes are typically used to evaluate the qualities of individual cannabis products.

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