Though research is truly in its beginning stages, the cannabinoids known as THCV, CBN, and CBG are emerging as medically -- and in some cases recreationally -- significant.

Everyone knows that THC is largely responsible for the psychoactive properties of cannabis and has a wide range of therapeutic effects, too.

And the non-intoxicating CBD is having its heyday as a panacea for everything from epilepsy to insomnia to anxiety.

Granted, of the cannabis plant's more than 100 cannabinoids -- compounds that affect the body’s endocannabinoid system and that work on neurotransmitters -- these two are certainly the most well-known.

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