La Familia Chocolate - Horchata 50mg
No matter how high your head is in the clouds, the nutty goodness of Horchata chocolate is sure to bring you back down to earth. In the best, tastiest way possible, of course! Our inspiration for this delicious creation comes from a well-loved beverage from the Latin world, Horchata. Traditionally, Horchata is a smooth drink crafted from ground almonds, nuts, rice, and seeds and spiced with cinnamon and sometimes vanilla. The earthy concoction blends together to form a sweet and creamy cup that has stood the test of time. When you grow up with horchata being a staple treat in your culture, it becomes an obvious choice for flavoring. After years of perfecting the recipe of horchata confections, we’re proud to debut our chocolate so people far and wide can fall in love with just as we have!
Lab Test Results
Cannabinoids are chemical compounds which act on endocannabinoid receptors in the human body; THC and CBD are 2 well known cannabinoids.
Total THC/A -
The total amount of THC and THCA present as a percentage of dry weight.
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) -
THC can induce a variety of sensory and psychological effects, including mild reverie, euphoria, increased sensory awareness, and some therapeutic benefits.
Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid (THCA) -
THCA breaks down into THC when exposed to heat. Research highlights THCA’s medical potential in anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, and anti-emetic treatments.
Total CBD/A -
The total amount of CBD and CBDA present as a percentage of dry weight.
Cannabinol (CBD) -
Non-intoxicating CBD can be used for its potential anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-anxiety and seizure-suppressant properties.
Cannabidiolic Acid (CBDA) -
The acidic precursor to CBD. Recent research suggests that CBDA may have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
Total Other -
The total amount of other cannabinoids present as a percentage of dry weight.
A cannabinoid that results from exposing CBCA to heat or ultraviolet light. Studies indicate CBC has
Cannabichromic Acid (CBCA)
An end product of CBGA undergoing biosynthesis. Studies show non-intoxicating CBCA to feature mild antifungal properties.
The product of CBGA when it's broken down by heat or UV light. Studies suggest that CBG may have antibiotic, antifungal, analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.
Cannabigerolic Acid (CBGA)
Non-intoxicating CBGA can be considered a stem cell of cannabinoids and can transform through biosynthesis into THCA, CBDA, CBCA and CBG.
THC breaks down into mildly intoxicating CBN after prolonged periods of storage. Studies suggest the cannabinoid is useful for treating pain and insomnia.
Cannabinolic Acid (CBNA)
CBNA breaks down into CBN through exposure to heat or UV light. There is currently little to no research available on the physiological properties of CBNA.