The entourage effect and potency

A research study conducted by scientists affiliated with the Canadian neurotechnology firm, Zentrela Neurotech, in partnership with Pax Official, delved into brainwave patterns. 

Their findings substantiate that it is the entourage effect, rather than the delta-9 THC percentage as commonly believed, that dictates potency.

According to their discoveries, the synergy of various cannabinoids and terpenes triggered a level of psychoactive effects twice as pronounced as that seen in products primarily high in delta-9 THC. 

The term "entourage effect" was first coined in 1998, recognising early on that the full spectrum of the cannabis plant works best together - the interaction between all of the compounds such as phytocannabinoids and terpenes, come together to enhance their effects.

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