CBC soft gels are simple, tasteless, easy-to-swallow pills containing Cannabichromene. Cannabichromene (CBC) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid used to enhance human health. It is extracted from the cannabis plant and has numerous health benefits. The cannabis plant comprises only 1% CBC making it one of the most valuable cannabinoids. Because of its scarcity, Cannabis farmers are researching ways of breeding strains that have higher CBC levels. CBC extracts are increasingly becoming part of the cannabinoid extract market.
CBC does not bind with either the CB1 or CB2 endocannabinoid receptors, instead, it activates vanilloid (TPRV) and transient ankyrin (TRPA) receptors. This in turn triggers the uptake of anandamide, which acts on both CB1 and CB2 endocannabinoid receptor cells. CBC has an entourage effect in which it helps synergize other cannabinoids. It is the ultimate companion of other cannabinoids to maximize their effect.
Taking broad spectrum CBC soft gels as prescribed can have the following benefits. The first benefit is that it helps control pain. CBC is an effective pain reliever. It acts on TPRV and TPRA receptors, which are responsible for pain perception. These properties also help it act as a great anti-inflammatory. The TPRV1 receptors also help in dealing with inflammation.
CBC soft gels also help in mood elevation. Depression is one of the major mental illnesses affecting people today. CBC is an important all-natural anti-depressant that has no intoxicating effect. One should, however, take CBC as prescribed by a physician. It is also important to find the root cause of the depression and act on it.
CBC is a rare cannabinoid. Research on its use and side effects is still a work in progress. Many researchers are continuously researching this rare cannabinoid and hope to find more of its benefits to help humanity.