Stirling CBD, the leader in all natural and the most potent CBD markets available, discusses the myriad of health advantages and other potential medical gains from cannabinoids and its compounds.
In 1942, American chemist Roger Adams made a breakthrough by discovering cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. Since then, more than 115-plus cannabinoids have been identified in cannabis.
The large number of cannabinoids begs the question: "How can people benefit from them?
CBD is the second most prevalent compound in cannabis sativa plants, which includes the federally legal industrial hemp. CBD is found in many products sold in the market, with numerous research studies conducted on its efficiency.
Two prescription drugs based on CBD have been developed after rigorous clinical trials. Other possible benefits of CBD include reducing anxiety, pain, inflammation, and nausea.
CBN is a rare cannabinoid. It originates from the THC compound, which degrades into CBN due to environmental exposure. Clinical trials on CBN showed its probable effectiveness in aiding sleep and pain relief.
Additional studies are being conducted to test CBN's antibiotic properties, which show neuroprotective abilities.
Mature hemp plants contain no more than 1% of CBG. Despite the low quantities of CBG compounds in industrial hemp, CBG is vital. It starts as Cannabigerolic acid and then converts into CBG.
CBGA then breaks down further into THCA and CBDA, the precursors of THC and CBD.
Among the many medical uses of CBG, it has been known to boost appetite and reduce inflammation. It can also improve gastrointestinal issues. Work as a neuroprotectant while having antibacterial properties.
CBGA (Cannabigerolic Acid)
Also known as the mother of all cannabinoids, it starts as the first compound created by the cannabis plant via photosynthesis. After enzyme exposure, CBGA is broken down into CBDA, THCA, and other secondary metabolites. Clinical studies show that CBGA shows promising results in the medical field. Though further research is needed to ascertain its benefits to human health.
Aside from the benefits mentioned, CBGA has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antibacterial properties.
CBDA (Cannabidiolic Acid)
As CBGA is exposed to enzymatic activity, it turns into CBDA, THCA, and CBCA. CBDA is the precursor of the well-researched CBD. Like CBD, CBDA does not cause intoxication; it is also non-impairing. Over the last decade, scientists have done research on the effects of CBDA.
They've found that CBDA can slow down overactive brain activity. It also relieves inflammation, prevents nausea, and slows down too rapid cell growth.
With all the incredible properties cannabinoids offer to the human body, it's no surprise that people want to incorporate cannabinoids into their lives. Products like CBD gummies, CBGA capsules, CBD lotions, and many others have made it easier for people to reap the benefits of cannabinoids.
About Stirling CBD
Founded in 2014 in Santa Cruz, California, as a premium cannabis flower company, Stirling launched its first CBD products in 2018. Stirling continues to lead in new product innovation and quality and sells a full lineup of Hemp-Based CBD, Delta 8 THC, and Delta 9 THC Products. In addition, Stirling launched its Professional Brand - Stirling Professional CBD - which is sold exclusively to Chiropractors, Gyms, CrossFit Boxes, PTs, and Massage Therapists.
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