Frequently Asked Questions About CBC Cannabichromene

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Frequently Asked Questions About CBC Cannabichromene and Products:

Cannabichromene (CBC), one of the non-intoxicating cannabinoids found in cannabis, has shown promising potential as a pain reliever. Studies have indicated that CBC interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system and may possess analgesic properties by acting on vanilloid receptors that modulate pain perception. Additionally, CBC may also reduce inflammation through its impact on other pathways involved in immune response. While more research is needed to fully understand CBC’s therapeutic benefits for pain relief, initial findings suggest it could be a viable alternative to traditional analgesics.

While CBC may have unique properties that differentiate it from CBD, such as its ability to activate other receptors in the brain and body, there currently isn’t enough evidence to say whether one is “better” than the other. Ultimately, the best choice between CBC or CBD for an individual’s needs depends on their specific health concerns and personal preferences

the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) website provides information on cannabichromene (CBC) and its potential health effects:

This page explains what CBC is, how it differs from other cannabinoids, and what research has been done on its potential therapeutic uses. It also provides links to scientific articles and other resources for those interested in learning more about CBC.

Research has shown that CBC may help reduce inflammation by interacting with the body’s endocannabinoid system, which plays a crucial role in regulating inflammation and other physiological processes.

Studies have also suggested that CBC may have other potential health benefits, such as reducing pain, promoting neurogenesis (the growth of new brain cells), and fighting cancer. However, more research is needed to fully understand the effects of CBC on the body and its potential therapeutic uses.

What are products that have CBC cannabinoid in them?

CBC Is used in several of our Hemp oil products at Potluck Expo including:

CBD, CBC, CBG Oral Tincture Drops

– These oral drops are more of a supplement than a tincture as they are alcohol free. They have an MCT coconut oil base with infused premium grade full spectrum CBD, CBG and CBC distillates. Hemp derived terpene blends are also added in most of our dropper formulations in order to guide the Cannabinoids to the proper receptors in the body.

Isolated CBC Distillate with 98%+ purity

-CBC Distillate can be used as is in its liquid form by placing a small drop or 2 under the tongue for 45 seconds. It has a mild taste.

-CBC Oil can be mixed with other tincture drops that you currently use and even added to vape juice mixtures for vaping

CBD Animal and Pet Drops with CBC and CBG

-Our Animal love CBD CBG CBC broad spectrum oil blend has an MCT Coconut oil base and a small amount of added terpenes. A great product and lots of added love for our furry friends.

CBC Oil Vape Cartridge

-Made with no cutting agents! Only the best CBC hemp oil distillate is used as well as CBT Cannabicitran also a distillate derivative from Hemp.

CBD CBC Pain Relief Soothing Skin Patch

– Hemp CBD CBC Patches are great for targeting painful areas of the body and last up to 96 hours.  When you are on the move they stick right on the skin and are also water-proof.  Each patch has 200mg of CBD and 200mg of CBC.

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