CBC is an Ambidextrous Phytocannabinoid. Might it be the Next “It” Cannabinoid? What do snails have to do with CBC?
Why CBC is one of the Big "4": CBC, CBD, CBG and THC In PPM's previous newsletter, we talked about Cannabichromene (CBC) being chiral, having both a right- and left-hand molecule geometry. In Nature, it is fairly rare that she produces both stereoisomers in equal proportions. The chemical term for this equal ratio is
Don't worry, Naturally Occurring Molecules can be Chiral but such Phytocannabinoids are Not Making a Political Statement. Let's use Cannabichromene (CBC) as an example. First the Facts: 1. CBC is a naturally-occurring so-called "minor" cannabinoid and is increasingly in demand by formulators to make more effective remedies and medicines and may be an important contributor to the