Unlocking the Science of Cannabis
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Here is a small sampling of Cannabinol (CBN) studies by title:
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Cannabinol (CBN) was discovered in 1896 (by Wood, Spivey, and Easterfield) and its chemical structure was reported in 1940 by Roger Adams.
By 2016 there were 13 members in the CBN group.
Most CBN found in cannabis plant material is due to chemical changes that naturally occur during the drying process. As THC begins to degrade over time, some of its chemical composition transforms into CBN.
Cannabinolum, Cannabinolo, and other supplier-based synonyms.
IUPAC Name: 6,6,9-trimethyl-3-pentylbenzo[c]chromen-1-ol
Molecular Formula: C21H26O2
(The reader is reminded that a smaller Ki is associated with the strongest effects.)
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