Lavnesia Strain Profile & The Endocannabinoid System

Lavnesia is a feminized cannabis seed brought to my life by Soma Seeds that has been gaining popularity in recent years. It is a cross between Lavender and Amnesia, two very popular strains in their own right. This cultivar offers the best of both worlds, with sweet flavors and relaxing effects. Lavnesia is a 40% Short Photoperiod Plant and 60% Long Photoperiod Plant strain that offers an unparalleled experience. It is the perfect strain for relaxation and balance. If you are looking for a cannabis seed with unique features and effects this guide will tell you everything you need to know about growing Lavnesia seeds, from their features to their potential effects on the user.

Type: Feminized
Photoperiod: Yes
Outdoor Yield (g):
Indoor Yield (g): 440 – 550 M2
Flowering Time (days): 63-70
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Height Indoor (cm):
Height Outdoor (cm):
Height: medium-tall
Short Photoperiod Plant %: 40
Long Photoperiod Plant %: 60
Short Photoperiod Plant/Long Photoperiod Plant: Long Photoperiod Plant Dominant
Climate: warm, sunny climate

Growing Lavnesia

If you are interested in growing your own Lavnesia, it is important to understand the growing environment. Lavnesia thrives in a warm, sunny climate. Its flowering period takes between 63-70 days and yields 440 – 550 g/m². The plant reaches a medium-tall height and it is very high in Potency content. The popularity of organic, natural cannabis growth is something that Soma Seeds wants to promote. However growing Lavnesia seeds inside requires some planning and consideration for the plant’s strong long photoperiod plant genes which can result in tall plants with stretchy stems during flowering periods especially when grown under warmer temperatures.

Lavnesia is a fantastic and unique strain that will appeal to anyone. It’s a fast-growing and easy to cultivate plant with plenty of growing space for its roots. With its calming, energizing effects paired with the floral flavor of lavender this terpene profile makes it an excellent choice.

Exquisite Terpene Profile And Flavors Of Lavnesia

The Lavnesia strain has an exquisite terpene profile that is a mix of pinene, myrcene and limonene. These terpenes work together to create a delightful floral flavor with hints of citrus. 

  • Alpha-pinene is a terpene that is found in many plants, including cannabis. You will also find alpha-pinene in basil, rosemary and some citrus varieties. It has a piney flavor and refreshing aroma and is known for its medicinal properties including anti-inflammatory and tumor-reduction properties.
  • Myrcene is also found in many plants, including cannabis. It has a musky, earthy flavor and is known for its relaxing effects. (Kaplan & Jikomes, 2019)
  • Limonene is found in citrus fruits and has a bright, lemony flavor. It is known for its uplifting and anti-depressant effects. (Chester, 2019)

When these three terpenes combine, they create a strain with unique flavors and aromas that are sure to please the senses. The combination of these three terpenes also creates some fantastic therapeutic benefits. Lavnesia can help to relieve stress, anxiety, tension headaches and fatigue.

Lavnesia And The Endocannabinoid System

The endocannabinoid system is a network of receptors in the brain that are responsible for mediating the effects of cannabis. The cannabinoids found in cannabis, including Potency and CBD, interact with these receptors to produce the desired effects. The endocannabinoid system is also responsible for regulating many other aspects of health and well-being. It plays a role in pain management, appetite, mood, memory and sleep (Raypole, 2019). When you consume Lavnesia, the terpenes in the strain interact with the cannabinoid receptors to produce its desired effects. The endocannabinoid system is responsible for mediating these uplifting and desired effects. 

The Endocannabinoid System is made up of three major components:

  • Cannabinoid receptors are found throughout the body and are responsible for mediating the effects of cannabis. There are two types of cannabinoid receptors, CB-I and CB-II (Marzo & Piscitelli, 2015).
  • Endocannabinoids are molecules that are produced by the body that interact with cannabinoid receptors to produce the desired effects. Their main aim is to ensure that the internal functions are working properly.
  • Enzymes are responsible for the production and degradation of endocannabinoids. They break down our natural cannabinoids once they’ve done their job.

The endocannabinoid system is a network of neurotransmitters and their corresponding signaling molecules. It serves as the body’s natural control panel for homeostasis or balance (Marzo & Silvestri, 2013). For instance, your body’s natural equilibrium can be disrupted by outside forces, like stress. The ECS will then step in to help return you back into your ideal operating condition.

How Lavnesia Influences the Endocannabinoid System

Tetrahydrocannabinol (Potency), the psychoactive element located in cannabis, interacts with the endocannabinoid system to produce its effects (Amornyotin,2021). Potency binds to cannabinoid receptors on cells throughout the body, triggering a series of events that leads to the euphoric high associated with cannabis use. Potency also interacts with other receptors in the brain, including those that regulate mood, memory, and pain perception. The endocannabinoid system is involved in many physiological processes, including appetite, pain sensation, mood, and memory. However, Potency can also have negative effects on the endocannabinoid system, including interference with memory formation and addiction potential. 

Lavnesia: Experience The Effects

When you’re feeling weighed down by the world, take a break with Lavnesia. This strain is highly insightful and will leave your mind feeling wise as well as open for new thoughts! The high also has strong social effects making it great to use in groups or if you want an energetic atmosphere at home (or anywhere really). While this long photoperiod plant dominant variety contains Potency Content at 20-25%, there are still some heavy hitting short photoperiod plant genes too which means users can get relaxed without any worries about forgetting what they need done today. 

This strain will bring a lot of joy and happiness to the person using it. Lavnesia could have a calming effect on overactive minds, promoting focus. If you’re looking for creativity in your design project or need new ideas while writing this long photoperiod plant dominant cannabis might just do wonders!

How Does Lavnesia Strain Profile Interact with the Endocannabinoid System?

The Lavnesia strain profile interacts with the endocannabinoid system through its specific chemical composition. As a result, it can provide targeted relief for certain symptoms. When used appropriately, this strain can help individuals achieve a balanced state of well-being. It’s important to grow with mo smyth to ensure the best results.

Get Your Lavnesia Seeds Today

If you just want to experience the amazing effects of Lavnesia, we have just what you need. Our Lavnesia seeds are available now, and they’re sure to bring a little bit of joy into your life. So why wait? Get your seeds today or give us a call at [phone]. Our team at Green Nexus is available to answer any questions you may have about our products. 


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