Cannabis Terminology

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In the rapidly evolving EU cannabis market, Cannabis Terminology is not merely a set of definitions—it is a critical asset that fosters clear communication and strategic partnerships. champions the importance of a well-curated Cannabis Glossary that effectively bridges gaps from cultivation to commerce. This guide outlines how precise terminology underpins business operations and compliance with evolving industry standards.

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The degree and rate at which a substance (such as a cannabinoid) is absorbed into the bloodstream, influencing its effectiveness.

Broad Spectrum CBD

Similar to full spectrum CBD but without any detectable levels of THC. It includes most of the plant’s cannabinoids and terpenes.


Naturally occurring compounds found in the cannabis plant, with the most well-known being THC (psychoactive) and CBD (non-psychoactive). Cannabinoids interact with the body's endocannabinoid system to produce a range of effects. Read More

Cannabinoid Receptors

Proteins found on the surface of cells that interact with cannabinoids. The two main receptors, CB1 and CB2, are involved in different physiological processes.

CBD (Cannabidiol)

A non-psychoactive cannabinoid known for its potential therapeutic effects, including reducing anxiety, pain, and inflammation without causing a high. Read more

CBD Isolate

The purest form of CBD, which isolates the cannabinoid from other compounds in the cannabis plant. It contains no THC or other cannabinoids.

Clinical Endocannabinoid Deficiency (CECD)

A hypothetical condition proposed to be linked to low endocannabinoid levels, which might be related to a variety of health disorders.


Highly potent cannabis products derived by extracting cannabinoids and terpenes. They come in various forms, such as oils, waxes, and shatters, and are often used for their strong effects or in medical applications.


A process involving the application of heat to cannabis plant material to convert cannabinoid acids like THCA and CBDA into their active forms, THC and CBD.

Endocannabinoid System (ECS

A complex cell-signaling system identified in the early 1990s by researchers exploring THC. It plays a role in regulating a range of functions and processes, including sleep, mood, appetite, and memory.

Entourage Effect

A theory suggesting that all components of the cannabis plant work together to produce a greater effect than any single component alone, particularly in therapeutic contexts.

Full Spectrum CBD

A type of CBD product that contains all phytochemicals naturally found in the cannabis plant, including cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils, along with trace amounts of THC.

HHC Liquid

Hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) Liquid is a cannabinoid derived from hemp, similar to THC but legal under certain jurisdictions due to its production method. It is known for providing effects akin to THC, such as euphoria and relaxation, albeit generally with a milder impact. HHC is available in various forms including oils and edibles, and it's gaining popularity as a legal alternative to THC. However, there are safety concerns due to the lack of extensive research and potential presence of contaminants. Users are advised to approach HHC products with caution and verify the legality and safety of these products in their respective regions. Read more

Medical Cannabis

Cannabis and its derivatives prescribed by doctors to treat symptoms of various illnesses and conditions. This can include whole cannabis flowers, extracts, oils, and more.

Pharmacokinetics of Cannabinoids

The study of how cannabinoids are absorbed, distributed, metabolized, and excreted by the body.

THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol)

The primary psychoactive component of cannabis that produces the "high" sensation. It is used both recreationally and medically to relieve pain, nausea, and other symptoms. Read more


Aromatic compounds found in cannabis that determine its scent and flavor. Terpenes may also influence the effects of cannabinoids through a phenomenon known as the entourage effect. Read more