One of the newest Cannabinoids to hit the market, CBC, or Cannabichromene has shown great potential for various therapeutic benefits. What does the research say?
- Cannabichromene is a pain-reliever (or antinociceptive)
- A potent anti-inflammatory , CBC exerts its action through the endocannabinoid system.
- CBC is synergistic with THC, and acts on the CB2 receptor
- CBC is neuroprotective
Cannabichromene also has a reputation for its anti-cancer and antibacterial properties. Follow this space or sign up for our newsletter for the newest scientific research as it develops.
So what does all this mean for Cannabichromene? CBC is a powerful chemical! We use purified, THC-Free CBC hemp extract made by our friends at Extract Labs in our chocolate bars. We have each batch tested for potency and purity.
Like many of the useful molecules in the hemp plant, CBC acts on the endocannabinoid system to modulate our bodies’ pain and inflammation. Our chocolate bars, which combine CBD with CBC, are designed for their pain relieving and anti-inflammatory effects. Users have reported CBC benefits in treating arthritis, migraine, back pain, and many other common conditions. CBC could also be a useful tool for those looking to decrease nervous system inflammation through its neuroprotective properties. Neurological conditions include ALS, MS, and Parkinson’s Disease.
Have you had good a good experience with our CBC chocolate bars? Do you combine them with CBD chocolate or CBG chocolate? Email us, or tag us @peakextractshemp in your social media posts to be entered in our monthly drawing!
The Peak Extracts Team