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What is THC Control? (Tetrahydrocannabinol Control)

1:27 pm EST 1/22/2021

SMACK’D THC Control is your trusted source for on-demand regulation of your THC intake. Everyone who has ever gotten high before has experienced the psychoactive powers of THC. In the same vein, everyone who has ever gotten high before knows of the unpredictability of THC and how sometimes it tends to go out of control.

This phenomenon is what we all commonly referred to as “getting way too high”. Now getting high is great. Getting too high, however, can be such a headache, even in the literal sense.

With THC control, however, there is no such thing as getting way too high. SMACK’D THC control, particularly, helps you regulate the THC content in your system, ensuring that you don’t get too high, but you also don’t get too low.

THC Control and THC

Tetrahydrocannabinol, conventionally shortened as THC, is a psychoactive component of cannabis responsible for the “high” sensation experienced by those who consume it. 

To understand THC control, and why THC works the way it does in the first place, it is important to first identify what this compound is in the first place, and how it differs from other cannabinoids such as CBD, that are not as psychoactive.

What Are Cannabinoids?

Cannabinoids are compounds found in cannabis. There are around 144 confirmed cannabinoids, all with their own closely related but unique properties. The most common of all these cannabinoids, though, has to be tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC is psychoactive and it is the compound mainly responsible for the feeling of euphoria and excitement experienced when people consume cannabis.

There are also other cannabinoids, like CBD, for example, that are present in high volume in the cannabis plant but operate through a different pathway in the body. 

Other examples of cannabidiols include cannabigerol (CBG), tetrahydrocannabiorcol (THCC), cannabidiolic acid (CBDA), and many more. 

Differentiating Between THC and CBD

THC is the primary psychoactive component of the cannabis plant. It binds to the CB1 cannabinoid receptor in the brain and produces the “high” effect commonly associated with cannabis. 

It has also been confirmed that compounds in cannabis do possess a lot of therapeutic properties that make them effective in treatment of a wide number of conditions. Thanks to the extensive study of these compounds, too, it was found that it is possible to derive all of these positive health benefits without the consumption of THC.

And this is where CBD comes in. CBD, Cannabidiol, is a cannabinoid just like THC, capable of producing a lot of important health benefits but with one major distinction – it does not have the psychoactive properties of THC, and thus, it does not get you “high”.

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Now that we understand more about THC itself and how its psychoactive properties separates it from other cannabinoids like CBD that are not psychoactive, it starts to make sense that, when you get too high consuming cannabis, you know that the THC is the culprit.

So how do you stop yourself from getting too high when you consume cannabis? You block the THC, of course. And that is where Smack’d comes into play. 


There’s nothing as deflating as a distressing high. You’re “high”, alright, but you’re also uncomfortable and your whole system’s practically in disarray. You feel the high but you also feel something else apart from the high – you feel the cloud of panic and anxiety rushing all over you. It’s the complete opposite of the calming feeling you sought out to experience.

The panic is so profound, even, that you just want to get smacked with some peace and quiet. Well, that’s exactly where Smack’d comes in.

Smack’d is a THC control spray that gives you the priceless calming vibes needed in situations like this. It works through a unique mechanism to regulate the THC delivery in your endocannabinoid system to achieve the perfect balance.

We go into further details on its mechanism below.

The Endocannabinoid System

Simply put, the endocannabinoid system is the term given to the complete system through which cannabis avtsbonbyhr brain. The EC system consists of a hive of distinct communications that ultimately affects how a person reacts to the consumption of THC and other cannabinoids.

Controlling the activities of THC in the body involves regulating its activities in the EC system, stopping it from attaching to the cannabinoid receptors throughout the brain and the body.

Most responses elicited in the human body system is all about communications and attachments. Once you’re able to mimic these communications, you can effectively stop the reaction; in this case, the overreaction caused by the excess consumption of THC.

Now for those who might be confused by the technical terms, there is no need to be dismayed. That is completely understandable. 

The most important thing to note is that Smack’d employs a unique form of communication with the endocannabinoid system to mitigate the effects of THC on the brain.

This way, you not only get to enjoy your high, but are also confident that you have the power to get it under control on demand whenever you choose to.

In Conclusion

It’s almost ironic, but more often than not, the highest highs can leave us feeling as though we were at our lowest low. This is thanks to the overconsumption of THC in our system. 

THC, however, is not the only cannabinoid found in cannabis. There are other compounds in the same plant that we consume that acts similarly to this compound, but are not responsible for any form of pshyo-activities. This makes it possible for us to mimic their activities to facilitate THC control.

Luckily, thanks to THC control, it is possible to curb this excess effect and enjoy a smooth high that isn’t anxiety-ridden. In other words, no more suffocation. No more anxiety attacks. Just getting Smack’d. 

You can smack your excess away by shopping our specially formulated products on The Emerald Corp CBD Shop to ensure your highs are never low. 

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