High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

Terpenes

Highest Terpene Concentrates at the 2015 US Cannabis Cup in Denver

Without belittling THC or CBD, many growers and extract artists alike have set their sights on terpenes—from where the real flavor in a good concentrate comes. These concentrates had the highest percentage of terpenoids compared to total mass.

How to Make a Phosphate-Friendly Garden

In honor of Earth Day, HIGH TIMES brings you another reason to look towards Mother Nature to grow better pot. Cannabis sustainability experts at Dragonfly Earth Medicine explain how to conserve a resource all growers know about but might not have known we’re running...

Why Is Weed So Smelly?

Cannabis doesn’t hold the record for world’s smelliest plant, but it sure can seem like it sometimes. Terpenes alone can’t explain the smell; cannabis actually has a specific part of its anatomy dedicated to making it smelly.

Indica vs. Sativa: What Gives Indica Its Sedative Properties?

Contrary to what other sources say, myrcene might not be responsible for the "couch-lock" effect found in indicas. A recent analysis of the HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup strain database revealed some unexpected data.

Understanding the Effects of Indica vs. Sativa

Cannabis cultivationists are obsessed with sativas and indicas, when in fact, the future of marijuana lies in terpenes.

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