This exam is designed to assess the student's ability to explain cannabis in the retail setting.

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There are primary and secondary compounds found in plants.

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* 3. There are primary and secondary compounds found in plants.

Primary compounds support the plant’s (          ) functions so that the organism can survive.

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* 4. Primary compounds support the plant’s (          ) functions so that the organism can survive.

Examples of primary compounds are the by-products of photosynthesis, vascular tissue, and plant fibers.

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* 5. Examples of primary compounds are the by-products of photosynthesis, vascular tissue, and plant fibers.

Secondary compounds support the plant’s (          ) system. 

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* 6. Secondary compounds support the plant’s (          ) system. 

These secondary compounds exist to help protect the organism from pests, pathogens and predators. The secondary compounds in Cannabis are found in the (          ).

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* 7. These secondary compounds exist to help protect the organism from pests, pathogens and predators. The secondary compounds in Cannabis are found in the (          ).

Trichomes exist all over the plant.

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* 8. Trichomes exist all over the plant.

The (          ) found inside trichomes will be different based on where they are located on the plant.

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* 9. The (          ) found inside trichomes will be different based on where they are located on the plant.

There are three main classes of secondary compounds found in Cannabis.
These are (          ), (          ), and (          ).   
Select 3 correct answers in any order.

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* 10. There are three main classes of secondary compounds found in Cannabis.
These are (          ), (          ), and (          ).   
Select 3 correct answers in any order.

(          ) are the main class of compounds found in Cannabis. They bind to our (          ) receptors to activate signalling pathways that lead to changes in our physiology.

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* 11. (          ) are the main class of compounds found in Cannabis. They bind to our (          ) receptors to activate signalling pathways that lead to changes in our physiology.

Phytocannabinoids are cannabinoids found inside the plant matrix.

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* 12. Phytocannabinoids are cannabinoids found inside the plant matrix.

(          ) are cannabinoids that are made in the human body.

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* 13. (          ) are cannabinoids that are made in the human body.

There are major and minor cannabinoids in the Cannabis matrix. (          ) and (          ) are examples of major cannabinoids.

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* 14. There are major and minor cannabinoids in the Cannabis matrix. (          ) and (          ) are examples of major cannabinoids.

THC and CBD are made from (          ), the ‘stem-cell’ cannabinoid, within the plant matrix.  (          ) can also differentiate into CBC, however it rarely does.  (          ) will most likely differentiate into THC, CBD or a combination of the two depending on the genotype of the plant.
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* 15. THC and CBD are made from (          ), the ‘stem-cell’ cannabinoid, within the plant matrix.  (          ) can also differentiate into CBC, however it rarely does.  (          ) will most likely differentiate into THC, CBD or a combination of the two depending on the genotype of the plant.
Select ONE answer that fills in all the blanks.

THC is the cannabinoid found most abundantly in Cannabis. It is known for inducing the (          ) “high” experience, but also has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and anti-proliferative properties.

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* 16. THC is the cannabinoid found most abundantly in Cannabis. It is known for inducing the (          ) “high” experience, but also has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and anti-proliferative properties.

CBD is the (          ) found in Cannabis. It is non-intoxicant and has been linked to many physiological properties, such as anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-proliferative, and anti-spasmodic properties.

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* 17. CBD is the (          ) found in Cannabis. It is non-intoxicant and has been linked to many physiological properties, such as anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anxiolytic, anti-proliferative, and anti-spasmodic properties.

There are many minor cannabinoids with many properties of their own, such as THCV, CBDV, CBG, CBC, and CBN.  Of the aforementioned which has been shown to have anti-anxiety, anti-inflammatory, and appetite suppressant properties?

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* 18. There are many minor cannabinoids with many properties of their own, such as THCV, CBDV, CBG, CBC, and CBN.  Of the aforementioned which has been shown to have anti-anxiety, anti-inflammatory, and appetite suppressant properties?

CBG has many physiological properties, such as anxiolytic, analgesic, muscle relaxation, anti-inflammatory, immune modulation.

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* 19. CBG has many physiological properties, such as anxiolytic, analgesic, muscle relaxation, anti-inflammatory, immune modulation.

CBC is the MOST common cannabinoid and it has anti-inflammatory, anxiolytic and anti-bacterial properties.

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* 20. CBC is the MOST common cannabinoid and it has anti-inflammatory, anxiolytic and anti-bacterial properties.

CBN is the (          ) byproduct of THC degradation. It has sedative properties and has also been shown to have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.

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* 21. CBN is the (          ) byproduct of THC degradation. It has sedative properties and has also been shown to have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.

All cannabinoids start out as an acid. Cannabinoids are active in their acid form.

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* 22. All cannabinoids start out as an acid. Cannabinoids are active in their acid form.

In order to become active compounds, cannabinoids must undergo a process called (          ).

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* 23. In order to become active compounds, cannabinoids must undergo a process called (          ).

When the compounds are heated or combusted, decarboxylation can occur.

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* 24. When the compounds are heated or combusted, decarboxylation can occur.

(          ) are volatile compounds found in plants (and some insects) and are responsible for a plant’s (          ), but also correlate to certain physiological effects.

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* 25. (          ) are volatile compounds found in plants (and some insects) and are responsible for a plant’s (          ), but also correlate to certain physiological effects.

Terpenes are another class of secondary compounds found in Cannabis.

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* 26. Terpenes are another class of secondary compounds found in Cannabis.

(          ) is the most common terpene found in Cannabis. It has an earthy, sweet aroma and is responsible for determining if the effect of a Cannabis cultivar will be more uplifting or relaxing

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* 27. (          ) is the most common terpene found in Cannabis. It has an earthy, sweet aroma and is responsible for determining if the effect of a Cannabis cultivar will be more uplifting or relaxing

(          ) is the terpene found in the rinds of citrus fruits and it has mood elevating properties.

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* 28. (          ) is the terpene found in the rinds of citrus fruits and it has mood elevating properties.

(          ), most commonly found in pine needles, can act as a bronchodilator and has reported anti-inflammatory properties.

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* 29. (          ), most commonly found in pine needles, can act as a bronchodilator and has reported anti-inflammatory properties.

(          ) is a terpene most commonly found in the ‘haze’ strains and it has been shown to have anti-proliferative and sedative properties.
However, (          ) can produce a rather stimulating effect if dosed correctly.

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* 30. (          ) is a terpene most commonly found in the ‘haze’ strains and it has been shown to have anti-proliferative and sedative properties.
However, (          ) can produce a rather stimulating effect if dosed correctly.

(          ), most commonly found in clove and black pepper, is a terpene that can also bind to the CB2 receptors. It has reported anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and anxiolytic properties.

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* 31. (          ), most commonly found in clove and black pepper, is a terpene that can also bind to the CB2 receptors. It has reported anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and anxiolytic properties.

(           ), a terpene most commonly found in lavender, has sedative, anxiolytic, and analgesic properties.

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* 32. (           ), a terpene most commonly found in lavender, has sedative, anxiolytic, and analgesic properties.

(          ), commonly found in hops, has relaxing and appetite suppressant properties.

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* 33. (          ), commonly found in hops, has relaxing and appetite suppressant properties.

(          ), another terpene commonly found in the Cannabis matrix, acts as an astringent. It’s part of the reason why consuming Cannabis can cause dry mouth, dry eyes.

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* 34. (          ), another terpene commonly found in the Cannabis matrix, acts as an astringent. It’s part of the reason why consuming Cannabis can cause dry mouth, dry eyes.

Flavonoids are another class of compounds found in the Cannabis matrix.

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* 35. Flavonoids are another class of compounds found in the Cannabis matrix.

The class of compounds where you find flavanoids are (          ) compounds that can induce changes in physiology. They often act as antioxidants and have anti-proliferative properties.

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* 36. The class of compounds where you find flavanoids are (          ) compounds that can induce changes in physiology. They often act as antioxidants and have anti-proliferative properties.

There are two flavonoids specific to Cannabis. Those are (          ) and (          ). Much research needs to be done before we fully understand the role that flavonoids play in the Cannabis matrix.
Please select 2 answers.

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* 37. There are two flavonoids specific to Cannabis. Those are (          ) and (          ). Much research needs to be done before we fully understand the role that flavonoids play in the Cannabis matrix.
Please select 2 answers.

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