Pure Unadulterated Cannabinoids
25mg THCA Flower Capsules (x30)
Ingestion THCA Capsule:
The dosage varies based on body type. It is recommended to start with 1 capsule daily. If you are using cannabis for medical purposes, you should consult with a healthcare professional or qualified cannabis healthcare provider prior to use.
Decarboxylation - when thca is heated, it is converted into thc. To decarboxylate to thc, simply open a capsule and add it to your dried herb in your vaporizer, bowl or joint to add these compounds to your favourite flower!
budnkd THCA capsules with:
Unprocessed, No Solvents
All Natural Raw Flower + Vegan Capsule
No Additives, No Sugars, No Dyes
No Pesticides, No Chemicals
100% Unadulterated Targeted Cannabinoids
What is THCA?
THCA (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid) is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid found in the raw cannabis plant. It is the acidic precursor to THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which is the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis.
THCA itself is not intoxicating and does not produce the "high" associated with THC. However, THCA has shown potential therapeutic benefits, including anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and anti-emetic effects. More research is needed to fully understand the potential health benefits of THCA.
It's important to note that the appropriate dosage of THCA, THC, or any other cannabinoid will depend on several factors, including the individual's weight, metabolism, tolerance, and the condition being treated. Anyone interested in using cannabis or its derivatives for medicinal purposes should consult with a healthcare professional or qualified cannabis healthcare provider.
THCA Research Shows Hope!
Nausea & Appetite Support
MAY SUPPORT TREATING SLEEPLESSNESS
Research shows Consumption of medical Cannabis flowers is associated with significant improvements in perceived insomnia.
MAY HAVE ANTI-NAUSEA & ANTI-EMETIC PROPERTIES
Research indicates THCA and CBDA were effective in reducing nausea and helps to increase appetite.
MAY HELP MODULATE IMMUNE SYSTEM
Research has shown that THCA may help both improve and potentially suppress immune system functions.
MAY HAVE ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES
Preliminary research suggests CBDA might work in the same way as NSAIDS but without the damaging effects to the stomach and intestines.