Welcome to homework assignment CCC 1.11 of the Core Cannabis Course from Higher Learning LV. This assignment teaches students about the cannabinoid CBC, which has been shown to exhibit a number of potentially beneficial medicinal and biochemical properties. This major cannabinoids is found in relatively small volumes in modern cannabis cultivars compared to the other major cannabinoids (CBD, CBG, and delta-9 THC).
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What is CBC?
Cannabichromene (CBC) is the result of CBCA, the acidic precursor for this particular cannabinoid. Interestingly, CBC is considered both a major and minor cannabinoid due to its commonality (it is present in most cannabis and hemp cultivars) and because it is typically present in volumes of under one percent, respectively. Although not psychoactive, anecdotal testimonies and scientific research has revealed that CBC may help patients suffering from pain, depression, and the various outcomes of inflammation.