THCA-S stand for Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid-Synthase
THCA-S is commonly referred to as THCA-Synthase.
THCA-Synthase is produced by the RAW cannabis plant while it grows in the soil. THCA-S is the end of the bio-synthetic pathway for Cannabis.
When Man takes over from Mother Nature’s Enzymes to Light, Humidity & Temperature-control cure the florescence or flowers of the Cannabis plant these are often referred to as “marijuana”.
During the curing process, THCA-Synthase, folds in Cannabigerolic Acid (CBGA) to Synthesize THCA-A, B, and C of which THCA-A is the pre-cursor to THC.
THCA-Synthase: is the abbreviated form of Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid-Synthase/THCA-Synthase, (THCA-S)> THCA-S is a Product of Cannabis, and combines with CBGA to Synthesize THCA-A,B,C acids, of which THCA-A is further Synthesized during the curing process. When THCA-A is Non-Enzymatically Decarboxylated, THC is released as a by-product. At the stage when THCA-A is present the bio-mass is commonly referred to as: “Marijuana”, and has the potential to produce THC.
THCA: is the abbreviated form of Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid (THCA). THCA-A, B, & C are produced during Light, Humidity and Temperature-controlled curing of the “Fluorescence” or flowers of the Cannabis plant.
3) General Health
Albumin: is the “other” Globular Protein in Hemp Achene or “Fructus Cannabis”. Albumin makes up approximately one-third of the Protein make-up, or ten-percent of the total nutritional content of Hemp Hearts.
NOTE: Albumin is found to “prevent” Consumption (Consumptivitis/Tuberculosis).
Consumption: is the “wasting” away of the body during the fueling of the digestive process. A diet lacking in fuel requires Lean Mass and Organs to fuel the process when this fuel cannot be supplied by the dietary intake. In this STATE, the body is Susceptible to HOST the Tubercle Virus.
Consumptivitis: is the STATE in which one HOSTS the Consumptive Tubercle Bacteria, more commonly referred to as Tuberculosis, today.
Edestin: is an very-bio available, easy-to-digest protein that makes up two-thirds of the Protein available from Hemp Seed, more commonly known as “Hemp Hearts”. Globular Proteins make up approximately one-third of the nutritional content of the Hemp Achene or “Fructus Cannabis”.