THCA-A (Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid) – The main constituent in raw cannabis; i.e., unheated (aka, decarboxylated) cannabis. THC-A is the urinary metabolite, (what you urinate) THCA-A, CBDA, CBGA and other acidic cannabinoids hold the most opportunities for cannabis’ anti-inflammatory effects. Basic research has conclusively shown that THCA-A can have immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, antineoplastic (anti-cancer) and anti-spasmodic activity.
THCA-A Known Medical Properties:
- Anti-inflammatory: THC-A reduces inflammation;
- Antiepileptic: THC-A reduces seizures and convulsions;
- Antiproliferative: THC-A inhibits tumor/cancer cell growth
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