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What other plants produce Cannabinoids other than Cannabis?

What other plants produce Cannabinoids other than Cannabis?

This is not a complete list but it’s a pretty good idea of what plants produce Cannabinoids other than Cannabis.

 


Chocolate

Chocolate is not only a great snack, its a good source for a number of naturally occurring cannabinoids. It also houses some spectacular Terpenes that add to its cannabinoid power through a process called the entourage effect.


 

ConeFlower (Echinacea)

This beautiful flower is often used in eastern medicines and western beauty products. They also happen to produce a fair amount of cannabinoids as well.  (Included in this family are the electric Dasiy and the common Daisy)


 

Black Pepper

Black pepper has been used in remedies dating back to the Ming dynasty. It is used in everything from food to lotions to candles and everything in between.  It is also another idea of what plants produce Cannabinoids other than Cannabis and it’s chalked full of both terpenes and cannabinoids.


 

Helichrysum Umbraculigerum Cannabinoids

Helichrysum Umbracukigerum

This flower is also a member of the daisy family that produces Cannabinoids. Its use as in eastern medicine is pretty broad however the use to note here is its legendary use in “love potions”.  We don’t know how well it works to find your true love, but we know its another example of what plants produce Cannabinoids other than Cannabis.


 

cloves cannabinoids plants

Clove

While cloves are definitely a holiday tradition in many parts of the world, it’s also used in herbal remedies too. You can even buy clove products to help reduce oral pain in local stores. That may very well be because cloves produce so many cannabinoids and terpenes. I am not saying that IS why it works as a pain reliever … just that it could be why it works.

 


 

Kava CBD Cannabinoids

Kava

Another plant that can produce Cannabinoids other than Cannabis is the Kava plant. This plant is most famous for the amazingly aromatic desert coffees that it can produce. Kava has also been reportedly used in home remedies and eastern medicine for centuries.


 

black truffle. cannabinoids not cannabis

Black Truffle

As far as plants that produce Cannabinoids other than Cannabis, the black truffle mushroom is a champ. This cannabinoid packed little fungus is also a true culinary delight. Or at least that’s what we are told. 😉


 

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Liverwort (Radula Marginata)

The unfortunate name of liverwort aside this tiny green plant is chalked full of cannabinoids. In fact, according to many experts liverwort could rival the cannabis plant as far as possible pain relief properties. Liverwort extract can be found for sale in a variety of place on the internet although since this plant is mainly found in New Zeland it’s availability may be limited and it’s definitely not FDA regulated as a health product.


 

Flax seed cannabinoids other than cannabis

Flax Seed

We eat it on muffins, bread and in cereals. Yes, I am talking about the humble flax seed. This potent little powerhouse is another one of the plants that produce Cannabinoids other than Cannabis.

 



This list is not a complete list but it is a good example of which plants produce Cannabinoids other than Cannabis. If you have any other questions about cannabinoids and how they work with the human endocannabinoid system check out our beginner’s guide. For more information regarding research related to CBD and other cannabinoids check out our A Clean Choice research archive. If you are a smoker, we can help. www.ACleanCigarette.com.



 

A great in-depth study to look into for more information regarding plants that produce Cannabinoids other than Cannabis, check out this study.

. 2010 Jun; 160(3): 523–529.
PMCID: PMC2931553
PMID: 20590562

Phytocannabinoids beyond the Cannabis plant – do they exist?

Jürg Gertsch,1 Roger G Pertwee,2 and Vincenzo Di Marzo3

 

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