Medicinal Value of Cannabichromene (CBC)
|Medicinal Value of Cannabichromene (CBC)||Darrell Miller||04/30/17|
April 30, 2017 02:14 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Medicinal Value of Cannabichromene (CBC)
A health fan blogger has written a feature touting the medicinal benefits of Cannabichromene (CBC). CBC is found in cannabis. The writer states that CBC relieves pain, reduces depression, fights bacterial and fungus infections, and can bring down levels of anxiety. It also acts an anti-inflammatory agent. The blogger backs up her statements with references to medical publications. The piece has a photo of the formula for CBC, plus a video about cannabis and its components.
- Cannabichromene (CDC) is a cannabinoid synthesized in the marijuana plant and its presence is less common than THC or CBD.
- The chemical has been tested on laboratory mice and has been shown to have anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antibacterial and anti-tumor effects.
- CDC is a cannabinoid often overlooked by patients when determining which medication to use, but can provide many benefits to them due to its effects and prolonged life in the body.
"Studies have shown it safely and effectively provides a variety of therapeutic benefits, including improving pain, reducing inflammation, relieving depression and anxiety and inhibiting fungus growth."