While CBD and THC generally attract most of the attention when it comes to cannabinoids, there are actually over a hundred others that have been identified in cannabis. One of the most exciting of these fascinating compounds is Cannabinol or CBN.

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What Is Cannabinol (CBN)?

When Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) ages, its molecular structure is transformed due to oxidation, and its new form is classified as Cannabinol (CBN).

Because CBN is the byproduct of aged THC, it is generally found in older cannabis plants, although, CBN is also produced within the body as THC is passed through the metabolic process.

Similarly to THC, CBN can stimulate the CB1 and CB2 receptors in the body’s Endocannabinoid System (ECS); however, unlike THC, CBN is only mildly intoxicating and, generally, will not induce euphoric effects on the user. …

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When shopping for CBD online, you may have found that there has been a surge of listings for CBD oil on Amazon.

While increasing demand has spearheaded CBD onto the shelves of major retailers like Kroger, CVS, and Neiman Marcus, it was quite surprising to find that CBD was apparently being sold on Amazon, given its strict regulations.

Nonetheless, as an Amazon Prime member and daily CBD user myself, I was eager to find out which CBD products could be ordered on Amazon.

After sifting through dozens of listings, I realized that the reality of buying CBD on Amazon was too good to be…

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You may be familiar with the natural benefits of the two primary compounds found in cannabis — CBD and THC — but there are, in fact, hundreds of other medicinal compounds within the plant.

When used in conjunction, they deliver a synergistic phenomenon known as the Entourage Effect.

What is the Entourage Effect?

The Entourage Effect is the synergistic phenomenon that occurs when multiple cannabis compounds work together to deliver a powerful, compounding effect.

Dr. Ethan Russo, a neurologist with an extensive background on the effects of cannabis compounds on the human body, explains that each cannabis compound can enhance the natural properties of other cannabis compounds. Because of this, cannabis compounds will deliver stronger and more diverse effects together than any single compound could alone. …


Aaron Cadena

CBD enthusiast, passionate writer, and Editor in Chief at CBDOrigin.com―the CBD community’s leading digital publication and online knowledge base.

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