How to interpret the CBD & THC ratio results?

Understanding the cannabinoids Synergies between CBD:THC

TLC alphaCAT CBD:THC ratio
First and last line on this plate demonstrate a 0:1 CBD:THC ratio. While the both in the middle are more around a 1:1 CBD:THC ratio.
TLC alphaCAT CBD:THC ratio
On this plate CBD & THC are both present. The first lane indicate a 1:1 CBD:THC ratio. On the last one a 1:3 CBD:THC ratio.

The CBD graduates the high of THC and reduces its adverse/side effects linked with psychosis. It keeps the experience more pleasant, while increasing relaxation it helps to find sleep within its natural cycle in contrary to other conventional prescribed drugs.

Ratio CBD:THC Implications / Characteristic Effects


Strong “high” psychotropic effect
(especially over 30mg if ingested)
Euphoria, uplifting mood, confused thought, uncontrolled laughs.

Strong side Effects: Tachycardia, anxiety, tension, …


Remarkable ‘high” effects Euphoria, laugh and thoughts more calm.

Mild side effects: reduced risk of having tachycardia, anxiety, etc.


Relaxation with very light “high” effects Little euphoria, calmness and tranquility.

Few side effects.


Little sedation and heaviness. Few to no “high” effects. No euphoria, sedation, light-headedness, dizziness.

Practically no side effects.


No “high” effect, at all. Ease up general mood. High therapeutic potential use: anti-psychotic, relaxing, used in epilepsy treatments

No side effects

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Medicating with CBD : different ratios to help different illness

20:1 CBD to THC

Targets Neurological isssues:

  • Anxiety
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Depression
  • Epilepsy
  • Mild Arthritis
  • Parkinson’s
  • Restless Leg Syndrome
  • Phantom Pain

3:1 CBD to THC

Targets Auto-Immune Conditions:

  • Auto Immune Diseases
  • Breast Cancer
  • Chron’s Disease / Colitis
  • Extreme Arthritis
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Pain and inflammation
  • Psoriasis

1:1 CBD to THC

Targets certain cancers and helps other issues:

  • Appetite Stimulation
  • Autism
  • Certain Cancers
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Severe Pain
  • Skin Conditions Applied Topically: Skin Cancer, Psoriasis

Cannabis Use recommendations

In case of any fungal contamination of dried flowers, it is highly recommended to avoid smoking or vaporizing the product. You may be contracting respiratory diseases.

If THC levels identified in the sample are very high, take caution with dosage. If you get intoxicated and don’t feel good, keep in mind that you cannot die or have any medical issue related to what you have taken. If side effects persist, don’t try to fight against the feelings, the best way to reduce them is to accept the new perceptions that you have.

Always remember that the intensity of the desired/side effects depend upon the substance, the dose, the situation and the person who is medicating.

Test the potency of your product with our kits so you can know in advance … how is it going to affect you? Then think and decide for yourself. Everyone has different reaction to medicinal cannabis containing THC. Be aware of what you do, when you use it.

Medicinal Cannabis
There is no lethal dose with cannabis. Even though it’s a very safe drug, the patient has to experiment to determine their own dose. Just start slow and medicate step by step.

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