THE SCIENCE

HOW HIBEGONE WORKS

We use a special cannabinoid called THCV as our main active ingredient. THCV has shown an ability to reverse the effects of THC on the CB1 receptors by blocking or reducing the activity of the CB1 receptors, which counteracts the psychoactive effects caused by THC. Many of our customers report feeling an increase in focus, lower high, and a decreased appetite after taking HIBEGONE.

THC INCREASES YOUR TOLERANCE

Our CB1 receptors become desensitized from consistent cannabis use over time. This decrease in CB1 sensitivity results in an increase in your cannabis tolerance.

HOW T-BREAK DECREASES TOLERANCE

T-BREAK can help reduce this increased cannabis tolerance if taken when THC is NOT present in your system.THCV, an active ingredient in T-BREAK, stops CB1 receptors from becoming desensitized, resulting in increased CB1 receptor availability and enhanced responsiveness to cannabinoids like THC.

WHAT ARE CB1 RECEPTORS?

CB1 receptors are a type of protein in our body that play a key role in how our nervous system functions. These receptors are involved in regulating various physiological processes including mood, memory, appetite control, pain perception, sleep regulation, and motor function.When certain chemicals, called cannabinoids, bind to these receptors, they can influence these processes. The most well-known cannabinoid is THC, which is found in cannabis. When THC binds to CB1 receptors, it produces the "high" associated with cannabis use.