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CBC wholesale Bulk CBC Oil for sale to licensed businesses. Take advantage of the volume pricing to maximize your company’s potential.
Premium CBC (Cannabichromene) in oil form with an amber-gold in color. To keep our product premium, Bona Voluntate hemp grows according to organic methods. In addition, we source all our hemp through United States growers who have registered locations with their State Department of Agriculture. Every batch traces back to its originating farm.
Appearance: Amber gold
Odor: Smell of phenolic compounds/tarry
Molecular Weight: 314.46 g/mol
Flavor: Earthy Bitter
Consistency: Isolate oil
(must heat to homogenize prior to mixing)
Solubility: Soluble with oils
Composition: 100% hemp extract by weight
Plant Parts Used in Oil: Whole plant
(flowers, leaves, stems, stalks, seeds)
What Makes CBC So Desirable?
CBC, a phytochemical, emerges in the cannabis plant. It enhances the effects of topicals, edibles and other consumer products. Along with that, CBC Isolate has been known to do a couple things. According to a study by the British Journal of Pharmacology in 2019, “The phytocannabinoid cannabichromene (CBC) has antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory effects in vitro and in vivo.” Vivo, meaning completed work within an entire living organism and vitro describing work “performed outside of a living organism.” (Source) An example: How bacteria reacts to its environment.
CBC, As a Selective CB2 Receptor.
The second thing it does according to the study, is that “CBC is a selective CB2 receptor agonist.” This means it helps “simulate” or “activate” that receptor. Why is this important? Well, to answer this you must understand the difference between CB1 and CB2 receptors. As a matter of fact, CB1 receptors situate in the brain and body while CB2 receptors situate mostly in the immune and gastrointestinal system (some in the brain as well). The table below (source) allows you to better understand how they function:
In short, there CB1 receptors have more to do with the physio-active side and CB2 have more to do with physical feeling like pain and inflammation.
CBC, As An Agonist
Since CBC is an agonist to the CB2 receptor and does not bond will with CB1, it is thought that it can help enhance other minor cannabinoids effects by blocking CB1 and enabling CB2. Moreover, lots of clients are using CBC to allow their combinations to absorb more fluently and effectively which gives the user a better and more immediate sensation. Though not backed by clinical research, the anecdotal evidence compels us to believe in the efficacy.