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Things You Should Know About THC...

THC stands for delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol or D-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (D-9-THC). It is a molecule of cannabinoid found in marijuana (cannabis) that has long been identified as the main psychoactive element, which is the substance that makes users feel high.

THC stands for delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol or D-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (D-9-THC). It's a cannabinoid compound in marijuana (cannabis). This is the main psychoactive ingredient, which is the substance that makes people feel high.

THC, the active ingredient in marijuana that makes you feel high, is what causes it to be called "high". It can help with chronic pain and other health issues, according to some studies.

• Reduces inflammation and chronic pain.
• Reduces nausea.
• It can increase appetite.
• This is an effective way to relieve withdrawal symptoms.
• As an anti-spasmodic (anti-tumor), it helps with digestion problems.

Yes! All cannabinoids, and products derived from hemp, are legal as of the time this article was written. All products derived from hemp plants in Florida were made legal by the Hemp Bill SB 1020 of 2019.

THC metabolites can be detected in the body for anywhere from 1 to 30 days after last usage. Even after abstinence, regular cannabis users might have higher THC levels.

Hair testing is another way to find marijuana in your system. THC can enter hair follicles through your bloodstream. The drug could be detected in hair up to 90 days following your last use. The reliability of hair tests is less than that of other forms for cannabis drug testing.

The urine test can detect cannabis for up to 30 days. Saliva tests can detect cannabis up to 24 hours after its use. Some saliva tests can detect cannabis up to 72 hours after use. The most sensitive test, hair tests, can detect THC up to 90 days after the use.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a fatal overdose of marijuana is very unlikely. However, marijuana can also have harmful side effects, especially if taken in high doses.


Doctors published a 2019 letter in the New England Journal of Medicine detailing the story of a marijuana overdose. As he was undergoing brain tumor treatment, the patient, a 52 year old man, had been using marijuana to increase his appetite. The patient experienced confusion, restlessness, speech problems, as well as confusion, for two days before he sought emergency care.


The man had consumed approximately 330 mg of THC, which is the active ingredient in marijuana. The usual dose is 10 mg. This man had consumed more than 30 times the usual dose. This could lead to a fatal overdose with many drugs. Although it wasn't fatal in this case, the man experienced intense confusion which subsided soon after he was admitted to hospital.


Levine states that marijuana overdose can lead to a variety of dangerous symptoms. These symptoms can include:


Panic attacks and anxiety

Psychotic thinking


High blood pressure and rapid heart beat

Questions of coordination

Indirectly, these can lead to death. For example, a person may drive under the influence of mairjuana and fall because they are confused.