A Guide To New Phytocannabinoids

Benefits Of CBD Oil
Benefits Of CBD Oil
Benefits Of CBD Oil
Benefits Of CBD Oil

Cannabidiol has been popular in the medical marijuana market for some years now, and for good reason. The benefits of CBD oil are countless. The phytocannabinoid helps to deal with chronic pain, anxiety, depression, and a host of other health conditions. So it is surpassing THC as the most popular phytocannabinoid available in the market as supplements, candies, oils, powder, cream, and many other products.

Some of these products contain the full range of phytocannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, and other beneficial substances. So full-spectrum CBD supplements are considered more effective in treating many health conditions than products that have just cannabidiol as the cannabinoid.

Cannabidiol is just one of the phytocannabinoids with exemplary therapeutic properties. The following phytocannabinoids come in many different products. The substances have been around for a long time, but these became popular only in the recent past.

New Cannabinoids Available In The Market

CBG

Cannabigerol is among these phytocannabinoids. Researchers found it six decades ago. CBG has considerable therapeutic scope, which makes it an industrial hemp molecule of much interest for them and customers. Almost every other phytocannabinoid synthesizes from CBG, so it is usually termed the ‘mother’ of cannabinoids.

CBG-rich cannabis Sativa acts to ease the pain. The phytocannabinoid can energize the user and clear his or her mind. According to recent research, it acts much against bacteria and aids in inhibiting abnormal cell growth.

There are not many studies on cannabigerol, but existing research shows that it may improve some health conditions. These health issues include glaucoma, Huntington’s disease, bladder dysfunctions, loss of appetite, cancer, and bacterial infections.

CBC

Cannabichromene is considered a substance that helps with gastrointestinal disorders, acts against bacteria and fungi, and could play a role in brain cell regeneration. Cannabichromene grows out of CBGa, much like CBD and THC. It has anti-inflammatory effects, antidepressant-like properties, and is shown to be a solution for headache. This seems like a summary of cannabis’s effects since cannabichromene is thought to primarily intensify other phytocannabinoids.

An issue with cannabichromene is that there has not been much research on it. There is a need for further studies on the therapeutic scope of the phytocannabinoid. Only then we will be able to tell how powerful it can be when working on its own and together with other phytocannabinoids.

Cannabinol

This substance only appears when cannabis begins decaying. CBN is slightly psychotropic, and it has side effects such as tiredness and increased desire for food. However, researchers say that it may be the strongest phytocannabinoid for relaxation. Research reveals that 5,000 milligrams of it could have the same anxiety- or tension-reducing effect as 10,000 milligrams of diazepam with no secondary, negative effect.

There is ongoing research into CBN’s effects, but several products that contain the substance are already popular in the market. CBN has a sedative effect, it can stimulate appetite, and it is effective in acting against bacteria. Research reveals that CBN could act against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), which is a form of bacteria resistant to numerous antibiotic drugs.

Phytocannabinoid Challenge

It is not easy to derive any phytocannabinoid mentioned above from industrial hemp because each exists in the plant in small quantities. On the other hand, it is easy to derive tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiol from hemp because the plant contains both in large quantities.

Hemp synthesizes cannabigerol into most other phytocannabinoids, whereas cannabinol shows up only when it starts decaying. Scientists work on cross-breeding a herb that synthesizes only some amounts of cannabigerol, to isolate and study bigger quantities of the substance.

Things To Consider When Purchasing A Product With Any Of These Phytocannabinoids

There is no better way to confirm that you get a fine item than word of mouth. So seek tips and recommendations from existing users of the phytocannabinoid-based product you want. If any of them says that a cannabinoid product is effective in treating their health issue or medical problems, then start with it.

Different phytocannabinoids work synergistically. Every single one has a particular purpose, but it complements the purposes of other phytocannabinoids. This is why many manufacturers prefer to mix different amounts of cannabinoids. They do this to know how these substances work for a particular issue. For cannabigerol, it might be cancer, whereas cannabinol could be an anxiety-relieving product or one that improves sleep.

The result of multiple cannabinoids working together is known as the entourage effect. It is more beneficial for certain health conditions, as compared to a cannabinoid working individually to treat a specific health issue or two. So consider purchasing a cannabinoid product categorized as ‘whole plant’ or ‘full-spectrum’. Only this type of product contains every phytocannabinoid. Confirm that the product has each of these substances by looking at the laboratory test result that comes with it.

That said, try not to consider it a product that can cure every health issue. There is no such thing as a ‘cure-all’ phytocannabinoid.