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How many compounds are present in cannabis?

Cannabis contains a large and diverse range of compounds, including over 100 different cannabinoids and hundreds of other chemicals such as terpenoids and flavonoids. The two most well-known and studied cannabinoids are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).

THC is the psychoactive compound in cannabis that is responsible for the "high" associated with its use. THC has been shown to have a range of potential therapeutic effects, including reducing pain and inflammation, improving mood and sleep, and reducing anxiety and stress.

CBD, on the other hand, does not produce the psychoactive effects associated with THC and has been shown to have a range of potential health benefits, including reducing inflammation, improving mood and sleep, and reducing anxiety and pain.

In addition to THC and CBD, there are many other less well-known cannabinoids, each with its own unique chemical structure and potential health benefits. The discovery of these compounds has led to increased interest in the therapeutic potential of cannabis and has driven a growing body of research into the health benefits of these compounds.

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