Cannabichromene (CBC) oil is made from a hemp plant and has been known for a half-century. CBC is extracted from hemp plants and, like CBD, it is non-intoxicating. CBC oil contains less than 0.3 percent of THC but still provides terpenes for medicinal effects. It does not produce a “high” like marijuana but does have many promising medicinal effects that make it a useful product.
CBC oil is made from one of the most abundant cannabinoids that do not cause intoxication. It does not bind well with the brain receptors that trigger euphoria and other feelings caused by the intoxicating effects of THC. So there is no intoxication with which to contend when using CBC. It is extracted in the same manner as CBD and other cannabinoids by using either hexane/florisil or percolating benzene to produce the CBC.
Potential health benefits of CBC oil include pain relief and anti-inflammatory effects that help to alleviate swelling and soreness from virtually any cause. CBC also could have beneficial properties for stem cell production. That could be beneficial toward improving mental functions while assisting in fighting the onset of disease. CBC is especially useful as a complementary