Cannabis, Bronco, Indika discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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I mean, it's not really a a subcategory just sort of a branch of. Yeah. So it's not a it's not a species as it's kind of a almost a variety. So varietal. Yeah. You know, we see this. You know in the for example. Yeah. My PHD research and roses on Rosa hybrid. And then it's called cardinal cardinal is the. Cultivated variety has deep red rose that everyone likes that get on Valentine's Day now for cannabis. It'd be something like, you know, cannabis sativa, and they're a lot of people feel that campus achieve is actually the only species in cannabis outside of route Arale, which is another non resonance type of species found native to Russia of all places, but cannabis sativa, and then you have the varieties of that that tend to fall in this more sativa versus Indika feel so the sativa cultivars give you that uplifting. Feel you know, your your energetic, your creative, you, you know, you you want to write music things like that. We know what's going on with the which molecule and what it's doing. We do to some extent. And it's actually more related the Turpin than it is cabinets. And so if you look at the types of turbines that are found in the sativa cultivars alpha pining Immonen, and I'm guessing you guys can guess what? Alpha pining, smells like oh, pine and. Those molecules I can even envision where do they bind where they do. We know. Well, one thing that they do is Bronco dilates. And so like if you go into a pine forest and take a deep breath, you just feel kind of invigorated eucalyptus oil exactly, you know, these are Bronco dilates. And so a lot of people feel as though that the sativa fact has more to do with the Bronco dilation than anything else. So then the Indika is the, you know, those are the types of cannabis plants that, you know, give you a lot of people call couch lock where you feel like you're locked your cats. You don't wanna do anything? But it's very good for cancer. Patients.

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