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  • Activated
    Activated CBD means a product that has sustained decarboxylation to change the CBD from its natural acid form to an “activated” non-acid form. This means that the product has been exposed to heat to achieve decarboxylation.
  • Anandamide
    Is a superior endocannabinoid found in the body naturally. Anandamide is part of our body's endocannabinoid system (ECS) and changes things such as Mood, Learning, Brain functionality, Memory, and some Motor functions.
  • Anti Inflammatory
    CBD is well known for having anti-inflammatory properties, meaning that it aids the body to reduce inflammation, thus reducing the pain.
  • Areoponics
    Is a way that Hemp plants can be grown, this technique is when plants are cultivated in an environment supplied by air as opposed to traditional dirt and soil. Utilizing this process, Hemp seeds are placed in small pots surrounded by foam that contain the roots in place. Then, the plants are supplied(...)
  • Bath Bombs
    Are compacted powder tablets. When they are in direct contact with water they dissolve. Many times they are infused with Epsom salt along with CBD that brings therapeutic value to our muscle aches. Our skin is the largest organ that our bodies have and it is believed that the ingredients are quickly(...)
  • Bioaccumlator
    Is the condition where a living organism accumulates a harsh toxic compound from the soil, pesticides, or hemp plant. This is a very strong reason that all Hemp and CBD products are 3rd party tested to ensure that they can be safely taken for human consumption.
  • Bioavailability
    Is a term that is used to regulate how much CBD your body is actually being absorbed into your body's blood system.
  • Broad Spectrum
    Broad-spectrum CBD is the closest thing to Full Spectrum. The oil is processed to where the THC has been extracted along with other cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids then reintroduced back into the product. Other important components such as CBG, CBN, CBDa are also brought back into the product.(...)
  • Cannabichromenic (CBDA)
    is short for Cannabidiolic Acid. CBDA is the rawest form of the Cannabis and Industrial hemp plants. Once the plant has been decarboxylated (the process of heating up the plant) it then transformers into CBD
  • Cannabichromevarin (CBCV)
    Is a propyl cannabinoid obtained from the Hemp or cannabis plant In some research studies CBCV illustrated that it aided in reducing the severity of convulsions and also demonstrated valuable inflammatory values.
  • Cannabidiol (CBD)
    Cannabidiol is short for CBD. Cannabinol or CBD is just one of the over 113 cannabinoids found in the industrial hemp plant. CBD is considered to be non-psychoactive and usually has only trace amounts of Delta 9 THC. Cannabinol has shown to relieve many different medical conditions such as Anxiety,(...)
  • Cannabigerol: (CBG)
    CBG has been noted as the Mother of all cannabinoids.CBG plays a vital role in allowing the receptors to attach to the Endocannabinoid System.
  • Cannabinoids
    Cannabinoids are associated with both the Industrial Hemp Plant as well as the Cannabis Plant. There are now over 140 known cannabinoids in the hemp plant. These cannabinoids are known to assist our endocannabinoid System (ECS) in treating many different medical conditions that our bodies incur.(...)
  • Cannabinol: (CBN)
    CBN is one of the many cannabinoids found in the Hemp or Cannabis plant. It is considered to have mild sedative properties and is believed to aid in people with sleep disorders.
  • Cannabis
    refers to the Marijuana plant that contains Delta 9 THC, the stuff that gets you high, unlike the Hemp plant that is non-psychoactive. In many instances Cannabis is referred to as weed, pot, marijuana it's all the same thing, it gets you high. There are two different kinds of cannabis first is Sativa(...)
  • Capsule
    Is simply a delivery method of consuming CBD.
  • Carrier Oil
    Is an oil that is commonly used to dilute the CBD distillate and makes for better absorption in our body. Typical carrier oils are Avocado, Olive, Coconut, Hemp Seed, and MCT. MCT is the most common carrier oil used in CBD products because it is thought of having the best absorption factor, and it is(...)
  • CB 2 Receptors
    CB 2 receptors are usually found in our immune and gastrointestinal system, they are also located in our brain, but are not as prevalent as the CB 1 receptor. The CB 2 receptor aids to regulate our immune systems from viruses and inflammation.
  • CB1 Receptors
    Cannabinoid receptor 1 is also referred to as cannabinoid receptor 1. In humans, it is a G-protein that is embedded and identified as a CNR1 gene. Cannabinoid receptors are found throughout our bodies, mainly in our brains, organs, and our nervous system that comprises our endocannabinoid system. The CB(...)
  • CBD
    Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring compound found in the resinous flower of cannabis, a plant with a rich history as medicine going back thousands of years. CBD, or cannabidiol, is the second most prevalent active ingredient in cannabis (marijuana). While CBD is an essential component of medical(...)
  • CBD Cartridge
    A CBD Cartridge is designed to vape or inhale the CBD distillate from a 0.5 or 1.0-gram cartridge. These cartridges can vary in CBD milligram strength.
  • CBD Concentrate
    CBD concentrate is the extremely-refined form of CBD. Some of the most common CBD concentrate products are live resin wax, crumble, shatter, and some extracts. Typically a concentrate describes a compound that has undergone a process by either diluting or removed in its entirety to generate a product(...)
  • CBD Dosing
    There is no set amount of dosing for CBD, depending on what condition you are treating will dictate the amount of CBD you will need. Typically you will be your own compass regarding the amount of CBD you will need. Also, the dosing will vary depending on what MG’s of CBD you are using or applying(...)
  • CBD Extract
    After the oil has been extracted it is referred to as an extract. The product is a thick oily substance that comes from the hemp plant. In the extracted state, there are many cannabinoids and terpenes. This raw material is then diluted from various components, usually MCT oil as an oil carrier then made(...)
  • CBD Isolate
    CBD isolate is just what it sounds like. All of the other cannabinoids have been stripped out of the plant leaving only the isolated CBD. CBD isolate in itself is a refined crystalline powder of which all the other compounds of the hemp plant have been extracted except the CBD cannabinoid. It has been(...)
  • CBD Oil
    CBD oil is commonly referred to as a tincture. CBD oil is a CBD extract that has been suspended in an oil carrier such as MCT, Olive, Coconut and Grapeseed oils.
  • CBD Skin Patches
    Like a topical salve, CBD patches are designed to be applied to the affected area of pain. Tahoe CBD are not big fans of the CBD patch, and here is why the patches only come in certain sizes. What happens if the patch is too small for the area that has pain? We feel that patches are sort of a gimmick,(...)
  • CBG (Cannabigerol)
    CBG is considered to be the “Mother of all Cannabinoids) Everything starts with CBG. CBD, CBN, and all of the rest of the cannabinoids all start off as CBG, then are transformed into the different cannabinoids associated with the hemp plant. CBG produces minimal amounts in the plant, therefore it(...)
  • Certificate of Analysis (COA)
    These reports are generated by a state-certified lab to ensure that the CBD product contains the number of milligrams of CBD that the manufacturer is claiming is in the product. Also, the COA can determine if there are any pesticides, heavy metals, terpenes, or solvents in the finished product.(...)
  • Chlorophyll
    Is the compound found in plants that give them their robust green coloring. Also, they contain many antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins.
  • CO2 Extraction Method
    Is an extraction method to extract CBD from the Hemp plant. This is accomplished by using high pressure and heat. While this method is considered one of the most advanced methods in the industry, it doesn't retrieve as many terpenes and cannabinoids from the plant as the ethanol extraction method produces.
  • Crude Hemp Oil
    Is a biomass extract that is utilized as the start of the distillation process.
  • Dabbing
    A delivery method that requires the Hemp or Cannabis concentrated product to be heated so the product can be inhaled by vaping or smoking.
  • Decarboxylation
    It is defined as the ratification or abolition of any compound established as a carboxyl from a molecule source. When referencing CBD and their cannabinoids it is a transition where heat is presented to convert CBDa to a finished CBD.
  • Delivery System
    The delivery system is a method that is used to bring medicine into our bodies. For instance, vaping or smoking a product creates a very quick delivery method because it goes straight to our bloodstream via our lungs, second and probably more traditional is administering through the sublingual method of(...)
  • Delta-8
    Let us explain Delta-8 THC (D-8) to the best of our ability, factoring that D-8 derived from the Hemp Plant are relatively new to the cannabis market, it's important to understand D-8 effects of this product. Let’s start with the basics. What exactly is Delta-8 THC? If you are not familiar with CBD or(...)
  • Delta-9
    The Hemp-derived cannabinoid market excelled in the later part of 2018 when Congress legalized hemp when the Farm Bill was created. Many consumers defined the hemp plant as a non-psychoactive cannabinoid CBD, that can easily be extracted from the plant. When the Farm Bill passed it enabled manufacturers(...)
  • Dispensary
    Medical cannabis dispensaries are popping up all over the place in many different states across the USA. They have been established to create a safe haven for individuals to obtain information, regulated grown cannabis, and to get medicine to treat their medical ailments. Always check your local(...)
  • Distilled CBD Oil
    refers to a configuration of very highly concentrated CBD. This process is an important process to ensure the product is solvent-free.
  • Edible
    Is any food that contains Hemp or Cannabis. Typically they are in forms such as Brownies, Candy, Gummies, Coffee, Tea, and the list goes on.
  • Endocannabinoid System (ECS)
    First, let's mention we all have a built-in Endocannabinoid System in our bodies. We didn't all of a sudden get ECS because CBD is now so prevalent, in fact, scientists have known for years. Because we now know about all the known cannabinoids associated with the Hemp plant research has been going at a(...)
  • Entourage Effect
    This commonly refers to the added benefits and effects that one feels when using a Full Spectrum Product. Full Spectrum utilizes the whole plant that contains all of the known cannabinoids and terpenes associated with the hemp plant. The entourage effect can only be achieved when using Full Spectrum CBD(...)
  • Epidiolex
    Is the first medicine approved by the FDA. Its high concentration of CBD has proven to aid in patients that suffer from certain forms of epilepsy. Epidiolex is manufactured and accepted as a viable solution for many that suffer from the disease.
  • Ethanol Extraction Method
    It was once thought that CO2 extraction was the best extraction method. It has now been proven that Ethanol is comparable if not a better method of extraction. It is now believed that more of the vital components of the plant in higher concentrations utilizing pharmaceutical-grade ethanol. Once the Full(...)
  • Farm Bill
    The Farm Bill refers to the US Congress passed into law that CBD products were legal in all 50 states on December 20, 2018. CBD products must contain less than 0.3% THC. The power over Industrial Hemp is recognized by both State and Federal governments. The Farm Bill also allowed the FDA to regulate(...)
  • Flavonoid
    Are poly nutrients found located in fruits and vegetables that are responsible for allowing them their vibrant colors. Flavonoids are associated with many diets and are considered to be beneficial for our health. We have recognized 21 flavonoids that can be associated with the Cannabis plant.
  • Full Spectrum CBD
    Full Spectrum refers to the using the whole Hemp plant, and the complete spectrum of cannabinoids that can be found in the CBD product. Full Spectrum products have over 113 known cannabinoids and naturally occurring terpenes, and various other compounds. Full Spectrum CBD is considered a far superior(...)
  • Heavy Metals
    Typically heavy metals develop in the growth cycle and usually are in the soil or perhaps they can be found in nutrients that have either been added or even nutrients from the soil. Heavy metal is a dense metal that can be toxic at low concentrations. These include but are not limited to lead, mercury(...)
  • Hemp
    Commonly referred to as Industrial Hemp. Industrial became legal in the USA when the farm bill was signed into law on December 20th in 2018. The use of Hemp has been utilized for thousands of years. The textile industry has been creating many different products derived from hemp, for example sailors(...)
  • Hemp Derived CBD
    Hemp-derived CBD is a product that by law must contain less than 0.3% THC. Therefore Hemp-derived products don’t have the capability to getting one high or have any psychoactive effects.
  • Hemp Flower
    Hemp flower has become very popular amongst CBD users. Smoking Hemp flowers is a rapid delivery system to obtain the cannabinoids into our bodies. The explosion of the Hemp Flower has created many different strains of the flower. It is one of the truest forms of receiving CBD and all of the terpenes and(...)
  • Hemp Seed Oil
    Hemp seed oil is generated by crushing and pressing the seeds found in the hemp plant. Hemp seeds do not produce very much CBD, but they are very high in fatty acids and vitamins, and nutrients. Hemp seed oil is commonly used in CBD skin care products because of its beneficial skin qualities. The hemp(...)
  • HHC
    HHC was first created back in 1944 by American Chemist Roger Adams when he first added hydron molecules to Delta-9 THC. This process also known as hydrogenation, converts to hexahydrocannabinol (HHC) This process is the same way that vegetable oil is converted to margarine. While Adams created HHC from(...)
  • Homeostasis
    Is the way our body's self-regulate our systems to finding our balance automatically.
  • Homogeneity
    This is in reference to testing to ensure the genetic consistency across strains of hemp or cannabis, or to distribute evenly throughout products of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) or CBD in a product, such as an edible.
  • Isolate CBD
    Isolate CBD is just what it sounds like, the CBD has been isolated and stripped out of the plant, using harsh chemicals. To isolate the CBD from the plant all of the other known cannabinoids are completely removed from the plant, leaving only the CBD. Isolate CBD is often referred to as “The poor man’s(...)
  • Limonene
    Limonene is a terpene found in many plants and is the major component in the oil of citrus rinds. Limonene is a plentiful terpene charismatically found in hemp and cannabis plants. With regards to cannabis and the entourage effect, Limonene is believed to activate synergies with many cannabinoids and(...)
  • Maku
    Refers to an ancient belief associated with the Hemp plant, state of well being and overall health.
  • MCT
    MCT is the most popular carrier oil used in CBD products. MCT allows greater absorption than many other carriers, not to mention it is a very healthy oil to consume. MCT stands for Medium Chain Triglyceride (MCT) oils are chains of fats. As they are shorter in length, they are easily digested which is(...)
  • Microdosing
    A method that entails ingesting smaller servings of CBD throughout the day. Microdosing may be favorable because it allows the user to maintain a stable amount of CBD in your system 24-7. This method can be significant for those who use CBD for its balancing properties.
  • Neurotransmitter
    A message sent from one cell to another.
  • Nutraceutical
    Can also be referred to as dietary supplements, these are food-acquired items that offer additional health benefits in addition to their existing nutritional value. These products contain nutrients Acquired from food items and are often condensed in liquid, powder, pill, or capsule form.
  • Omega Oils
    There are three main omega-3 fatty acids found in the hemp seed, they are Alpha-linolenic (ALA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and eicosapentaenoic acid(EPA). Omega fats have long been associated with a healthy diet, and contribute to lowering the risk of heart disease. Hemp seeds contain both Omega 6 and(...)
  • Organic
    Typically when referring to Organic Hemp, they are referencing the farming technique used in the growing process. All organic products are fully traceable from farm to end-user, so you can be sure of what you’re receiving. Unlike non-organic food production, which makes wide use of manufactured and(...)
  • Pesticides
    Chemical compounds used to rid pests, such as insects, rodents and ground animals, weeds, mold, and fungi that can be detrimental and damage vegetation. The term pesticides(...)
  • Phytocannabinoids
    Sometimes simply referred to as Cannabinoids. The chemical composites found in Hemp and Cannabis plants simulate the endocannabinoids naturally constructed by our bodies. CBD and THC are illustrations of phytocannabinoids, but there are at least 113 known different phytocannabinoids in the hemp and(...)
  • Phytonutients
    Sometimes referred to as phytochemicals, phytonutrients are derived by plants to shield them from UV rays and insects. They have been demonstrated to contain antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Phytonutrients are what give many plants their vibrant colors.
  • Potency
    Refers to the strength of the product that you are purchasing. For instance, if you are buying a CBD product that contains 500 MG’s of CBD as opposed to a product that contains 1,000 MG’s of CBD, simply put you would need to consume twice as much to obtain the same effect.
  • Pre-roll
    A Hemp or Cannabis joint that has been manufactured. A pre-roll is just like it sounds, already pre-rolled and is ready to be smoked.
  • Psychoactive
    The term Psychoactive when using Cannabis typically means to get a head change or to get high. Psychoactive acts upon the central nervous system to change brain function. The change of brain function can cause mood swings, behavior, and perhaps the perception of what is happening around you.
  • Rick Simpson Oil (RSO)
    Don't be confused with the company that goes by RSO, that company is a CBD company that confuses people that they are actually selling Rick Simpson Oil (The Cannabis form). RSO Is a very high concentration of THC derived from the marihuana plant and is typically used in people that have cancer.
  • Rosin
    Is sometimes called colophony, and is a solid form of the plant's resin. The raw plant is then placed between two heated sources that apply heat pressure. The thick and dense product that expels from the plant is called resin.
  • Salve
    An ointment created from the Hemp plant that is applied directly to the skin topically by rubbing it onto the affected area.
  • Serum
    A serum is a certain topical product that is usually in light oil or lotion. Serums are applied directly to the skin surface
  • Shatter
    Is concentrated from Hemp of the Cannabis plant. It is created from the resin of either plant. Sometimes shatter is called “wax” typically shatter is consumed by exposing the compound to high temperatures and then is inhaled.
  • Smokeables
    Smokeables are products that are smoked as one would with a cigarette. Smoking a Hemp or Cannabis product in a very fast delivery method to getting into the bloodstream.
  • Solvent
    A solvent is a chemical utilized to dissipate, extract or suspend another compound. In correlation to Cannabidol or CBD, this is a method of extraction ethanol or alcohol is used to extract the cannabinoids.
  • Strain
    The term strain can have two different meanings, the first it can mean different strains of hemp or Cannabis, for example, Bubba Kush, Berry Blossom, and Hawaiian Haze can be referred to as strains of the plant. Another term can mean simply it is a product derived from Hemp and that would be a Hemp(...)
  • Sublingual
    Sublingual literally means “under the tongue”. This refers to a method of consuming CBD. The CBD oil is held under the tongue for approximately 30-45 seconds so the oil can be absorbed into the bloodstream, thus introducing the cannabinoids into your system.
  • Terpene
    Terpenes are common organic compounds that are produced in plants. Often, terpenes are associated with a particularly strong odor. When a CBD product has terpenes in it, it can produce added effects like the entourage effect.
  • Terpsolate
    Is a Hemp product that contains both CBD and terpenes.
  • THC-O
    THC-O is largely gaining popularity primarily because of its legal status and its POTENCY. Research has found that it is roughly three (2-3) times stronger than traditional THC. In some circles, it has been labeled “The Psychedelic Cannabinoid’ because of its possible hallucinatory outcome. The process(...)
  • Tincture
    A tincture is typically an extract of plant or material dissolved in ethanol (ethyl alcohol) or CO2 extracted. Solvent concentrations of 25–60% are common but may run as high as 90%. In chemistry, a tincture is a solution that has ethanol as its solvent. In herbal medicine, alcoholic tinctures are made(...)
  • Topical
    A topical is a CBD product that is applied directly to the skin. Commonly these products are Salves, Lotions and Creams.
  • Vaporizer
    A vaporizer (or to vape) is a battery-operated device used to heat the Hemp flower so that it can be inhaled. The mindset is that by keeping the temperature lower, the Hemp flower is not combusted and only the active ingredients are inhaled.
  • Vertically Integrated
    Tahoe CBD is a vertically integrated company. We are a seed to shelf company, we don't outsource to anyone. We own our farm, do our own processing and complete our finished products in our GMP certified lab. Essentially we oversee everything that goes on from the time the seeds are planted to our(...)
  • Winterization
    A term that is used in the extraction that further purifies the Hemp extract. This process is when the hemp oil is drenched in a solvent and then frozen to separate out the waxes from the product. Additionally, this process removes other properties such as Phytonutrients and terpenes.