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The Sequito Effect is the result of the synergistic interaction of cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes and fatty acids that are naturally found in cannabis. The Sequito effect refers to the beneficial effect that all these compounds work together instead of just one or two of these compounds that work in isolation.
In short: the Sequito Effect is the benefit that you obtained by ingesting several components of the cannabis plant instead of ingesting one component at a time.
The genus of cannabis plants contains approximately 500 compounds. This includes approximately 100 phytocannabinoids (THC and CBD are phytocannabinoids, cannabinoids that occur naturally in plants). Other significant compounds found in cannabis plants are terpenoids, flavonoids and fatty acids.
Flavonoids are Phyto-nutrients that are responsible for the intense non-green colors we see in plants. The color of those bright red apples and beautiful blueberries is due to its unique flavonoid profile. Commonly known flavonoids include catechins (found in green tea) and quercetin (found in cannabis, fruits and vegetables). Also, that flavonoids have antiviral, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects (especially those found in cannabis).
The aromatic compounds found in all plants are terepenes. These compounds are responsible for the stimulating odor of a fresh tangerine or the unmistakable sharpness of pine needles.
Common terpenes are limonene (found in citrus fruits) and linalool (found in lavender). Terpenes have therapeutic effects on the human body. The practice of aromatherapy for example is based on terpenes.
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Some of the benefits are:
# Available in various persentages
# Contains all cannabinoids