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CBC

Structure of CBC
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Cannabichromene

Effects (Community)

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Effects (For Me)
  • Heavy Relaxation

  • Mild Pain Relief

  • Anxiety Relief

  • Great Potentiation (when used with psychoactive cannabinoids)

  • Muscle Relaxation

  • Mild Sedation

Average Effect Length

Vaped

Come-up: 5-20 Minutes

Peak: 40-120 Minutes

Comedown: 30 Minutes - 1 Hour

Afterglow: 1-3 Hours

Eaten

Come-up: 30-60 Minutes

Peak: 2-6 Hours

Comedown: 1-2 Hours

Afterglow: 2-3 Hours

Dosage Sizes

Vaped

Threshold: 2-5mg

Low dose: 5-10mg

Avg dose: 10-25mg

Strong dose: 25mg+

Eaten

Threshold: 1-3mg

Low dose: 3-5mg

Avg dose: 5-20mg

Strong dose: 20mg+

Best known for:

Being a calming potentiator, and most people's favorite cnoid.

Viscosity 

CBC has a very low viscosity. It can be pushed out of a syringe at room temperature.

Is it a phytocannabinoid? (naturally occurring cannabinoid)

CBC is a phytocannabinoid

My Opinion

CBC is currently my favorite cnoid. It adds calmness to even the most intense blends. If you get anxious when using a blend, such as something with high D9 THCV, consider using CBC to "smooth out" the experience a bit. It will also amplify the effects of the blend a bit as well, making it a no-brainer for most situations. Honestly the only reason I don't have it in all my blends is the super high cost when compared to other cnoids. On the more good news side of things, you do only need 5-10% in a blend. If you are new to the world of cannabinoids, use CBC as soon as you can. It really shows you the difference cnoids can make as well as making any blend less anxious.

What can CBC do for a blend?
  • Potentiation

  • Calming

  • Liquidizer

  • Anxiety Relief ("taking the edge off")

  • Mild Sedation

Other notes:

N/A

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