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MCH Product Guide

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We want you to find the cannabinoids that work best for you, beginners and experts alike. 

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"Cannabinoids" are the naturally occurring compounds found in cannabis plants that mimic the endocannabinoids produced by the human body. Our endocannabinoid system is responsible for a number of biological function but generally works to maintain balance in the brain and body.


Our endocannabinoid system has CB1 and CB2 receptors throughout the body that can be activated, blocked, or otherwise influenced by cannabinoids to achieve the desired effect. CB1 receptors are mostly found in the brain and nervous system while CB2 receptors are found in organs and immune system. The exact mechanism are not fully understood yet but scientists are able to identify how these receptors effect the body. 

All of our cannabinoids are derived from federally legal hemp.

Each type of cannabinoid works a little differently and will react uniquely from person to person. 

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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Delta 8

New to Cannabinoids






CBD (Cannabidol)

CBD is the second most abundant cannabinoid found in cannabis, it is non-intoxicating and is not addictive.  CBD increases anandamine, an endocannabinoid neurotransmitter associated with feelings of wellbeing, stress reduction, and sleep. Additionally CBD desensitizes TRPV1 receptors. TRPV1 sends pain signals to the brain, by blocking them the pain can be reduced. CBD is extremely versatile, at low doses it is stimulating while at higher doses it is sedating.

Potential benefits of CBD include: 

  • Reducing symptoms of anxiety, depression, PTSD and other neurological disorders

  • Relieve pain and reduce inflammation

  • Treat seizures

  • Relieve nausea

  • Promotes sleep

CBG (Cannabigerol)

CBG the "mother of all cannabinoids" is the precursor to all other cannabinoids. As young cannabis plants grow the CBGA (cannabigerolic acid) is converted into all of the other cannabinoids but is non-intoxicating as is.  CBG binds to both CB1 and CB2 receptors and increases the amount of anandamine. CBG typically feels like clear headed motivation and is great for daytime use.

Potential benefits of CBG include: 

  • Reduces chronic inflammation, especially in the bowels and eyes (IBD and glaucoma)

  • Neuroprotective

  • Anti-bacterial even against MRSA

  • Blocks receptors that can cause cancer in the colon

Delta 8 (Delta-8-Tetrahydrocannabinol)

Delta-8-Tetrahydrocannabinol is a hemp derived isomer of THC. While similar in structure its difference in double bond location makes delta 8 less psychoactive than delta 9 as well as more shelf stable and less prone to oxidation. Delta 8 effects are felt primarily through CB1 receptors in the brain and may cause feelings of relaxation and tranquility. Since it is less potent than delta 9 it may carry less risk of negative side effects like paranoia while still providing the cerebral effects.

Potential benefits of Delta 8 include: ​​

  • Stimulates appetite

  • Anxiolytic - Calming and mellow while keeping a clear mind

  • Reduces pain

  • Neuroprotective

CBN (Cannabinol)

CBN is found in typically in aged or older cannabis as other cannabinoids oxidize and degrade. Although CBN was originally thought to be the main psychoactive component of cannabis further research has determined that it is not psychoactive and non-intoxicating. In addition to modulating the CB1 and CB2 receptors CBN is thought to increase the amount of dopamine, serotonin, and GABA at TRP receptors which are associated with feelings of well-being. CBN is best suited for night time use or to unwind and relax.

Potential benefits of CBN include: ​​

  • Promotes longer sleep duration

  • Sedative

  • Anti-inflammatory

THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin)

THCV is a unique non-psychoactive cannabinoid that shows promise for medical use in a number of areas. Mice studies have found metabolism and blood sugar regulation effects.  THCV works somewhat opposite of THC by blocking the CB1 receptors and slowing CB2 receptors. 

Potential benefits of THCV include: ​​

  • Appetite suppressant

  • Blood Sugar Regulation

  • Anti-anxiety

  • Anti-convulsant

THC-O (THC-O-Acetate)

THC-O Acetate is a hemp-derived cannabinoid extracted from hemp in a process similar to Delta 8. THC-O is is metabolized differently than typical cannabinoids and gives a solid head and body buzz. This cannabinoid can be 3x more potent than just THC, is not subject to typical tolerance, and may take longer to feel effects. We suggest you start small and see how it will affect you before increasing dose. 

Potential benefits of THC-O include: ​​

  • Meditative and introspective

  • Increased potency

  • Pain management

CBDA (Cannabidiolic acid)

CBDA is the acidic form and precursor to CBD. Acidic forms of cannabinoids are generally found in the trichomes of young and uncured cannabis plants. As the plant is aged or heated (smoked) CBDA is converted to CBD. There is little research on the human effects of CBDA but its is non-psychoactive and generally well tolerated. 

Potential benefits of CBDA include: ​​

  • Blocks SARS-CoV-2 from entering and infecting cells

  • Anti-microbial 

  • Reduces inflammation

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Cannabinoids and SARS-COV-2

Read the entire study here.

Researchers at Oregon State University have found that CBDA and CBGA can block SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) from entering and infecting human cells. By binding to the spike proteins responsible for infection CBDA and CBGA may be an effective treatment and prevention for COVID-19 and its variants.

In the lab SARS-CoV-2 was incubated in cells with CBDA and CBGA, after 24 hours the test samples were found to have no viral RNA. In an additional experiment to quantify this effect the live virus was incubated before introducing CBDA and CBGA. To reduce the amount of infected cells by half 24 μg/mL of CBDA and 37 μg/mL of CBGA was found to be sufficient and is below a toxic level. 

It is important to note that these results are unique to the acidic forms of CBD and CBG. When heat is applied to CBDA and CBGA are converted to CBD and CBG. In order to retain these ant-viral effects do not heat CBGA above 52˚C / 125˚F or CBDA above 90˚C / 195˚F. We recommend oral consumption.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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Product Types


Distillate is a thick translucent oil of concentrated cannabinoids without any of the plant matter and terpenes. Distillates are incredibly versatile and can be dabbed, smoked, vaporized, eaten, and is used in topically applied products. Distillates can be isolated cannabinoids or full spectrum to harness the entourage effect. Our distillate is pH neutralized, water washed, filtered, and tested for chemical residue and toxins to ensure a clean product.


Simple and straightforward, edibles are as easy as eating a gummy. Easy to dose and take on the go. 

Body & Bath

Get the benefits of cannabinoids topically. Lotion, bath bombs, and essential oil rollers can provide targeted relief to tired muscles or soothe achy joints. 


CBD and CBG flower is the female blossom of a hemp plant. MCH flower is grown in beautiful Southern Oregon where it is picked, air dried, trimmed, and cured to make a smooth and smokable bud. Enjoy it in a pipe, joint, or dry herb vape. 


Similar to distillate, isolates are just the cannabinoids isolated from hemp. Isolate is a flavorless crystalline white powder that can be taken orally straight as a powder, mixed into a liquid or food, applied topically mixed with an oil or lotion, as well as smoking with flower or vaporized.


Softgels are easy to take and easy to digest gelatin based liquid pill. Available in a variety of formulas for immune boosting, sleep support, and more. 


Syringes contain 1ml of distillate and terpenes and can be used the same as normal distillate. Some distillates are too thick to use at room temperature so we recommend you carefully heat by running under hot water, placing a closed syringe in your pocket, or gently heat with a hair dryer before use. 


Tinctures are liquid cannabinoids in a carrier oil that is taken with a dropper orally. Tinctures should be held under the tongue or in the cheek for a moment before swallowing as cannabinoids can be absorbed through the mouth.

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