Updated: Mar 24
Welcome to homework assignment CCC 1.19 of the Core Cannabis Course from Higher Learning LV. This assignment teaches students about the minor cannabinoid CBDV. This cannabinoid is a chemical cousin of CBD and is the varin version of that molecule. Like many varin and varin acidic precursor cannabinoids, there is little peer-reviewed scientific research about this cannabinoid. Students will later in this course learn about the acidic precursor to CBDV, CBDVA.
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What is CBDV?
Cannabidivarin (CBDV) is an isomer of cannabidiol (CBD) that was first isolated in 1969 by German scientists. It is considered a minor cannabinoid because it is typically available in very low volumes from the loose-leaf and concentrated cannabis products readily available from legal retail dispensaries and underground sources.