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Here is a small sampling of Cannabitriol (CBT) studies by title:
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Cannabitriol (CBT) is a cannabis constituent and metabolite of THC that was first isolated and characterized in 1977 by Elsohly et al.
The pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of CBT are still subject to ongoing scientific study and, as such, limited.
IUPAC Name: 6,6,9-trimethyl-3-pentyl-8,10-dihydro-7H-benzo[c]chromene-1,9,10-triol
Molecular Formula: C21H30O4
Cannabitriol (CBT) and Breast Cancer:
CBT is a novel estrogen receptor α (ER-α) antagonist and, as such, may be helpful in the prevention and treatment and breast cancers (S. Baroi et al., 2020)
CBT may have better breast cancer inhibitory effects than tamoxifen (B. Kikiowo et al., 2021)
Endocannabinoid System (ECS) and CBT
CB1 CBT has no known activity at this receptor site (K. Walsh et al., 2022)
Endocannabinoidome (eCBome) and CBT
Estrogen receptor α (ER-α) antagonist (S. Baroi et al., 2020)
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