CBC, what is it?

Artigo actualizado em March, 2024

Cannabichromene, better known as CBC, is a cannabinoid found in the Cannabis Sativa plant, just like CBD.

Yes, it’s another three-letter abbreviation for a cannabinoid and it can cause some confusion, but this article is just going to explain CBC and its potential benefits, which many studies indicate it has.

The origin of CBC, like CBD and THC, comes from CBGA, the acid in CBG.

-CBC overview

CBC or Cannabichrome doesn’t get you high and doesn’t intoxicate, which is the opposite of THC. The strength of CBC is that it binds to TRPV and TRPA receptors, which are receptors that give the perception of pain, so CBC entering the body activates these receptors, just like CBD.

Studies indicate that CBC has the potential to fight cancer, as it has analgesic properties and could be a way to stop cancer from growing.

There are also those who use CBC to combat inflammation and pain. Studies say that together with THC, the two substances create the so-called carousel effect.

There are many other ways in which CBC can help our bodies, but there isn’t as much information as there used to be. Although CBC is legal, there hasn’t been that much study of this cannabinoid.

CBC, when mixed with other cannabinoids, creates a powerful effect in our bodies and one of the ways to access it is through Full Spectrum Oil.

We hope you found this article useful and that it clarified some of your doubts.

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