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Effects of Broad Spectrum CBC

Broad spectrum CBC, also known as Cannabichromene, is a legal cannabinoid. It’s also a major phytocannabinoid and is developed from the hemp plant. It’s not intoxicating but has many beneficial properties that include relief from pain and inflammation. CBC also helps with healing, bone formation, neuroprotection, and mood enhancement. CBC is also effective as a topical treatment for skin irritation and burns.

What are the Effects of Broad Spectrum CBC?

CBC’s inability to produce a psychoactive effect is based on its inability to stick to the CB1 cannabinoid receptors in the brain. However, it does mix well with the body’s pain receptors, making it a good choice for pain management. CBC causes the body to naturally release endocannabinoids, Anandamide in particular. Anandamide is a molecule well-known for its mood-elevating properties. It also helps with stem/progenitor cell function. CBC’s nonintoxicating properties as well as its many others, make it versatile. Broad spectrum CBC can be consumed in the form of edibles, oils, topicals, and a whole host of other modes. CBC can also be used in skincare products because of its soothing properties.

Although broad spectrum CBC has no intoxicating effects, it does have positive mood-altering effects, in addition to positive benefits when it comes to pain management, in addition to other healing properties.