Cannabichromene (CBC) Cannabinoid Research

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CannaKeys has 21 studies associated with Cannabichromene (CBC).

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Overview - Cannabichromene (CBC)

Description of Cannabichromene (CBC)

The plant-based (phytocannabinoid) CBC was discovered in 1966 (CBC-C5) and by 2016 there were a total of nine distinct members in the CBC family.

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Cannabichromene (CBC) Properties and Effects

CBC displayed significant antidepressant-like effect in models of behavioral despair. CBC demonstrates potent antibacterial activity against MRSA. CBC is a stable cannabinoid, it has been found in century-old samples of cannabis. When thoroughly purified, natural CBC is racemic, and does not show any activity related to activation of CB1.

Cannabichromene (CBC) Receptor Binding

CBC is a potent activator of TRPA1.

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