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CBC at a glance: Cannabichromene (CBC) is one of the 100+ cannabinoids that have been identified in the cannabis plant. Unlike other cannabinoids, research has shown that CBC bonds poorly to the CB1 receptors. Instead, CBC interacts with the vanilloid receptor 1 (TRPV1) and transient receptor potential ankyrin 1 (TRPA1). These are non-selective cation channels throughout the body known to specifically participate in pain. When CBC interacts with these receptors, increased levels of the body’s natural endocannabinoids are released. There is no psychoactive effect associated with CBC, but the medical benefits are regularly being studied in depth. CBC has also been used as an anti-carcinogenic, anti-depressant, pain reliever, and even aided in reducing acne.
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What is CBC?
CBC, or Cannabichromene, is a naturally occurring cannabinoid that has been identified in the cannabis plant. It was identified in 1964 at Hebrew University in Israel. After THC and CBD, CBC is the most abundant cannabinoid found to naturally occur in the cannabis plant.
CBC is considered one of the big six cannabinoids, and is used regularly in medical research. It has been shown to be very effective in lab settings, especially when combined with other cannabinoids, like THC. Even with its potential medical benefits, CBC is still a relatively little known cannabinoid.
What are the effects of CBC?
Like CBD, there are no psychoactive effects or feelings of being “high” when CBC is consumed. However, that does not mean it is not having an effect. Research has shown that CBC can have an effect on the TRPA1 and TRPV1 receptors that regulate pain. This interaction can help with inflammation, pain, depression, and possibly more.
What are the potential benefits of CBC?
Research is ongoing with CBC. Even today, scientists are working to find new ways that CBC can be used to benefit human health. Several studies have been conducted, and so far the information collected is not extensive enough to be conclusive. However, the studies have shown that CBC can help reduce or alleviate:
Other studies have even shown promising results for CBC as a neuroprotection and an anti-carcinogen.
How to use CBC products?
CBC products are available as gummies, vapes, and tinctures. Gummies and tinctures can be ingested. It can take up to thirty minutes to feel the effects. Vapes and disposable vapes are cartridges that heat the oil inside, which must be inhaled. The effects of inhalation can be felt faster than ingestion.
Different types of CBC products?
CBC can be inhaled using a vape cartridge or a disposable vape. It can be ingested as gummies or a tincture. CBC tincture can also be applied directly to the skin.
What is the difference between CBC, CBD, CBG, and CBN?
All four of these cannabinoids occur naturally in the cannabis plant. Through testing and research, each one has been shown to bind differently to the endocannabinoid system and provide different kinds of relief. None of these cannabinoids bind well with the CB1 receptor and therefore have little to no psychoactive effect.
CBD is the most commonly known and the one that has been studied the most. It has been shown to help with pain relief, inflammation reduction, anxiety reduction, and appetite stimulation. CBG is known for providing some of the relief of CBD, but has shown to be more effective in fighting cancer cells than the other cannabinoids. CBN aids in finding deep sleep and staying asleep longer while providing moderate pain relief. CBC has been shown to help with many of these same issues, but can also support acne reduction and work in tandem with other cannabinoids to help reduce cancer growth.
Does CBC get you high?
CBC does not bind with the CB1 receptor in the body very well. So, there is no psychoactive effect, or “high” after consuming it.
Is CBC legal?
The 2018 Farm Bill only restricts the sales of Delta 9 THC. CBC is not specifically mentioned in the bill and is therefore legal to sell and consume.
Where can you buy CBC online?
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