The Connecticut MMP Strain names are confusing. When I first started the Dabbin’ Dad blog, one of the goals was to provide current, comprehensive knowledge on the Connecticut Medical Marijuana program. On 09/12/15 Dabbin’ Dad launched the first MMP Strain Database and companion app on iOS and Android, with development by Menu 420. Since then, I have spoken with many patients about things they would like to know about the medicine they consume.
Using this feedback, I am proud to unveil our updated MMP Strain Database (updated apps are coming very soon!). I’d like to thank everyone who contributed to make this happen.
There is more to cannabis than just THC/CBD. With our updated and ever growing MMP Strain Database, we strive to further assist patients in understanding what they are consuming.
Get to Know your Medicine
There is a lot to know about Cannabinoids, Terpenes and their effects on the individual. We hope the information will assist you in finding what strains can aid you best, based on your preferences. The production of cannabinoids and their associated terpenes in cannabis is subject to environmental influences as well as hereditary determinants. It is possible to experience differences between strain offerings.
Terpenes, are not only found in cannabis, but in herbs, fruits and vegetables as well. It is these oils that give the strains their smell and taste. Have you ever wondered why buds of even the same strain can have different tastes and smells? The answer is hidden in terpenes.
Terpenes interact with the endocannabinoid system similarly to cannabinoids. It’s time to unlock the mysteries to cannabis. There is more to cannabis than just, Sativa, Hybrid, and Indica strains.