THC-JD, discovered in 2020, is a novelty in the field of cannabinoids.

THC-JD is the most potent of the cannabinoids, distinguished by its natural, albeit minimal, presence in the cannabis plant.

Initially, THC-JD was identified at extremely low concentrations, arousing the interest of researchers in its unique potential. However, in order to better understand its properties and explore its potential applications, significant efforts have been made to synthesise this cannabinoid in larger quantities. This breakthrough is opening up new perspectives in research into the effects of cannabinoids, providing exciting opportunities for drug development and a deeper understanding of the interactions between cannabis compounds and the human body.

THC-JD: From a molecular point of view

What sets THC-JD apart is its alkyl side chain made up of eight bonds, giving this molecule exceptional potency. Unlike traditional THC and CBD molecules, which have a chain of five carbon atoms, THC-JD features a chain of eight carbons, conferring the greatest theoretical binding affinity.