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Cannabidivarinic Acid (CBDVA)

Cannabidivarinic Acid (CBDVA)

CBDVA Cannabinoid Molecule Structure

To learn about other cannabinoids go to our Cannabis Hemp Dictionary page.

What is CBDVA?

CBDVA, or cannabidivarinic acid, is the acid precursor to CBDV, which is a derivative of CBD. It is known that CBDV was first discovered decades ago, in 1969, but information regarding the discovery of CBDVA is far more unclear. 

There currently isn’t much research into CBDVA, and therefore there is very little information regarding the cannabinoid. For this reason, information about its effects and potential benefits are largely based on its connection to CBD.

Chemical Makeup

CBDVA is what is known as a cannabidiolic acid. Cannabidiolic acids are acidic precursors to CBD and its various derivatives. CBDVA converts into CBDV through the process of decarboxylation, which is a complicated way of saying heat exposure.

Legality of CBDVA

Because hemp-derived CBD is now legal thanks to the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, it’s highly likely that CBDVA is also federally legal provided it was derived from hemp containing less than .3% THC.

Effects of CBDVA

Because there has been so little research into CBDVA, not much is known about the cannabinoid’s effects. However, its close relationship to CBD suggests that it may be able to offer some of the same potential medical benefits. 

Those benefits include pain relief, anti-inflammatory properties, anti-nausea properties, anti-anxiety properties, antidepressant properties, appetite stimulation, anti-cancer properties, and neurogenesis, which is the growth of healthy brain cells.  




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