CBN vs. CBD: What's the Real Difference?

2021-01-06

The cannabis alphabet soup can be difficult to follow. Between the many acronyms that stand for various cannabinoids found within cannabis and hemp plants, it can be hard to keep each compound straight. That can be especially true when cannabinoids share two letters, like CBD and CBN. Despite the similar nomenclature, these two cannabinoids have significant differences. This guide will introduce you to each of the cannabinoids and how they work, as well as examine how they are alike and how they differ.

Quod CBN?

Cannabinol (CBN), sicut CBD, est a non-inebriare compositis invenitur in plantis cannabis et cannabis. Secus CBD, quae est propria ejus Cannabinoid, CBN per-productum, est de turpi Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Cum THC saecula in ipsa morietur CBN. Significat quod plerumque gradus superiores sunt in CBN cannabis senior flos. Tamen, dissimiles CBN quae de proprietatibus agit THC studium desit atque aliis cannabinoids et per inquisitores per orbem terrarum.

Quod CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD), vel â € cannabinoids phytocannabinoids est multorum, qui venerunt de plantis enim invenitur in plantis cannabis. It 's arguably unum ex maxime bene notum cannabinoids, in bombs res de Capsulae balneum. Inde sequitur boosts endocannabinoids nostra copia, nostra corpora et cannabinoids produci. * Secus THC, CBD wona T te excelsis. Nam fit ut nullum THC lato spectro cannabis extractum est. (CBD, quod hic est genus utimur.)

Scientia CBN, CBD

Et in primo et cannabis CBN CBD s trichomas planta, quae linea structurae florum germina cytisi foliis parvis quibusdam circum. Tempor trichomas implere Cannabinoid impletur habetque resinam liquidam species variantur THC contentus speciem in vertice nubes. Haec conversio trichomas pervertunt et THC CBN, trichomatibus electri coloris ferruginei verto. Nam quot aratores isto praetore per plant is, qui modo primus transiit ejus. Sed quia de CBN offert beneficia suum potentiale, quod potiora Cannabinoid fit per industriam CANNABUS.

In nature, cannabinoids are thought to safeguard the hemp plants from disease, ward off predators, and encourage pollinators to help the plant reproduce. Incidentally, cannabinoids also interact with the endogenous cannabinoid system, a series of receptors found in people and some animals. Today, we are learning more about cannabinoid interactions with the human body and how these unique compounds support our overall wellness.

What is the entourage effect?

Researchers believe that cannabinoids and other compounds found in cannabis plants interact with one another in a process known as the entourage effect. This theory suggests that cannabinoids can actually augment or modify the characteristics of one another when present together. For example, researchers think that the combination of CBN and THC could cause feelings of sleepiness, while the presence of high levels of CBD might mitigate the intoxicating effects of THC.

Quod autem in cannabinoids nostri products?

At Prima, our products contain a variety of minor cannabinoides  alongside CBD. That's because we use broad spectrum hemp extract, which contains a fuller spectrum of cannabinoids except for THC than a CBD isolate, along with other compounds like terpenes, flavonoids, and acids. Which minor cannabinoids are present will vary from lot to lot as each plant that is harvested and extracted will have a different expression of cannabinoids.

Secunda incipit uber in vestri ventus est interiectis cytisi foliis extract in genere suo itinere per rura Oregon. Praedia tenere terram honorati sunt rustica nulla perditio unius usum cultumque technicas wona t in usum cultumque Plastics elit. Sunt etiam nullus usus pesticides aut Saccharum fertilizers in in solo in quo est interiectis cytisi foliis adolescit. Quod non est pesticides, herbicides, et sunt quodam virium.

When it comes time to create our hemp extract, we only use CO2 supercritical fractionation. This slow and targeted method lets us take out all the compounds we don’t want in our products, such as THC, waxes, chlorophyll, and pollutants, leaving only the “good stuff” behind. This process also requires less processing and heating, since the CO2 naturally separates from the hemp extract at room temperature. Our resulting broad-spectrum hemp extract is free of hydrocarbons, toxins, and heavy metals.

 

This article is emanated from the magazine of PRIMA.