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Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by The Audion, May 12, 2011.

  1. THCV. I've heard some people say it contributes in an noticeable way to the high, (more mental effects) while things I've read say it is non-psychoactive, and that it is actually an antagonist to cannabinoids receptors. Any ideas? If the former is true, I think I've gotten weed in the past that had a lot of thc and thcv.
  2. Only thing I have read said something about THCV contributing to effects that could be described as "trippy". I've only experienced that on rare occasions almost immediately after taking huge bong rips.

  3. Yea I could've sworn osg said that once. Thats why I'm askng because I used to get highs that weren't "trippy" per se, just a lot more cerebral if you will.

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