The hemp plant is full of surprises. That is one of the reasons why researchers find new components when they do laboratory studies. Usually, cannabis is associated with multiple benefits like increasing appetite. However, the conducted studies suggest that THC V has the opposite effect. As scientists state, THC can bind with the body's CB1 receptor that stimulates the appetite. However, unlike THC, THC-V can block the CB1 receptor, which leads to decreased appetite. That is why many cannabis enthusiasts call this component a "diet weed." Back in time, strains rich in THC-V were challenging to grow and process as it wasn't in demand, plus the isolation process was costly. However, with the help of modern equipment, these products are now available in online cannabis shops.