CBDC1, or cannabidiorcol, is a derivative of CBD, or cannabidiol. CBD is among the most well-known cannabinoids. It’s believed to provide all kinds of medical benefits, from pain relief to appetite stimulation to anti-inflammatory properties and much more.
However, in spite of the wealth of CBD research, not a ton is known about its derivatives, including CBDC1.
CBDC1 is one of seven different CBD compounds. While some of the other compounds are synthetic, meaning they must be formulated in a lab, CBDC1 is actually naturally occurring, meaning it can be found in the cannabis and hemp plants.
Legality of CBDC1
The massive boom in CBD products in recent years is a result of the legalization of hemp production throughout the United States.
CBD products are derived from the hemp plant and contain less than .3% THC, which makes them federally legal. For this reason, CBDC1 should ostensibly be considered legal, although little speculation has been made about the topic thus far.
Research regarding CBDC1 and all other CBD derivatives is in its infancy, but they most likely share similar effects to CBD itself. If that’s the case, then CBDC1 can potentially provide users with a wide variety of different medical benefits.
Benefits of CBD (and potentially CBDC1) include pain relief, anti-inflammatory properties, anti-anxiety properties, antidepressant properties, and anti-nausea properties.
CBD may also help alleviate the side effects of chemotherapy treatment, and it may even induce cancer cell death which can prevent the spread of the disease throughout the body. CBD (and therefore CBDC1) is non-psychoactive, meaning it will not get you high or impair your mental processes.