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Discover the Power of CBC: Natural Cannabis Compound for Wellness

Welcome to the CBC product category, where the remarkable potential of Cannabichromene awaits.

Naturally occurring in the cannabis plant, it stands alongside CBD and THC in positively influencing brain growth through neurogenesis.

A Non-Psychoactive Wellness Solution

Unlike THC, CBC is non-psychoactive, offering a range of wellness benefits. Its profound anti-inflammatory effects are particularly noteworthy, effectively reducing edema and inflammation within the intestinal tract.

Harnessing Anti-Inflammatory Excellence

Its anti-inflammatory prowess goes beyond expectations. By targeting inflammation without activating cannabinoid receptors, it offers a unique and potent method of alleviating discomfort and promoting well-being.

Welcome to a world where the power of CBC fosters wellness, aligning with your body’s natural processes to create a holistic sense of vitality and balance. Explore the incredible potential of this compound within our CBC product category.

It is good when someone needs relief from pain. It blocks pain and inflammation associated with collagen-induced osteoarthritis.

More Information About CBC Or Cannabichromene

Known Effects:

  • Heavy Relaxation

  • Mild Pain Relief

  • Anxiety Relief

  • Great Potentiation (when used with psychoactive cannabinoids)

  • Muscle Relaxation

  • Mild Sedation

Average Length Of Effects From Various ROA’s

Vaped

  • Come-up: 5-20 Minutes
  • Peak: 40-120 Minutes
  • Comedown: 30 Minutes – 1 Hour
  • Afterglow: 1-3 Hours

Eaten

  • Come-up: 30-60 Minutes
  • Peak: 2-6 Hours
  • Comedown: 1-2 Hours
  • Afterglow: 2-3 Hours

Typical Dosage Sizes:

Vaped

  • Threshold: 2-5mg
  • Low dose: 5-10mg
  • Avg dose: 10-25mg
  • Strong dose: 25mg+

Eaten

  • Threshold: 1-3mg
  • Low dose: 3-5mg
  • Avg dose: 5-20mg
  • Strong dose: 20mg+

What Is CBG Best Known For?

Being a calming potentiator, and most people’s favorite C noid.

Viscosity

CBC has a very low viscosity. It can be pushed out of a syringe at room temperature.

Is CBC A Phyto Cannabinoid (Naturally Occurring)?

CBC is considered a phyto cannabinoid.

Great CBD Shop’s Opinion On CBC:

CBC is currently our favorite C noid. It adds calmness to even the most intense blends. If you get anxious when using a blend, such as something with high D9 THCV, consider using CBC to “smooth out” the experience a bit.

It will also amplify the effects of the blend, making it a no-brainer for most situations. Honestly, the only reason we don’t have it in all my blends is the high cost compared to other C noids. On the more good news side, you only need 5-10% in a blend.

If you are new to the world of cannabinoids, use CBC as soon as you can. It shows you the difference C noids can make as well as making any blend less anxious.

What  Can Adding CBC Do To A Blend?

  • Potentiation
  • Calming
  • Liquidizer
  • Anxiety Relief (“taking the edge off”)
  • Mild Sedation