FAQ



2) Cannabis

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.