By Angus Chen on April 20, 2017

Industry players swear pot’s many chemicals work in concert, but most scientists hear a THC solo

This so-called “entourage effect” refers to this scrum of compounds supposedly working in concert to create what Chris Emerson describes as “the sum of all the parts that leads to the magic or power of cannabis.” Emerson is a trained chemist and the co-founder of a designer marijuana vaporizer products company called Level Blends. Product designers like him believe they can create THC vaping mixtures tuned with different concentrations of each terpene and cannabinoid for specialized effects.

Source: Some of the Parts: Is Marijuana’s “Entourage Effect” Scientifically Valid?

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