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CBC Products are pure, all-natural, hemp-infused cannabinoids known especially for their bold relaxing effect. Users enjoy these products in myriad forms, including gummies and vapes. Besides the wellness effect users enjoy cannabichromene products for their many other benefits too.

A Brief Overview of CBC Products 

Cannabis CBC products are non-psychoactive and all-natural. A cannabinoid that belongs to the "big six" cannabinoids, along with THC, CBD, CBN, CBG, and THCV, CBC is similar to CBD but proves better at treating certain conditions.

Get to know the benefits and effects of this incredible compound!

What is CBC?

Cannabichromene, or CBC, is a powerful but non-psychoactive cannabinoid. In other words, it will not make you high, but it has been proven to enhance the viability of developing brain cells, similar to THC and CBD. Cannabis compounds such as CBC are classified as "big six" cannabinoids, or the six most extensively researched compounds that make up cannabis. The origin of cannabichromene is similar to that of CBD: it is an unsaturated derivative of both CBGA and CBCA that is converted into CBC after being exposed to ultraviolet light or heat. 

CBC activates CB2 receptors, but it does not interact with CB1 receptors, so it may have an enhanced healing potential when combined with other cannabinoids that do, such as THC. In addition to treating stress and anxiety, CBC may also act as an anti-inflammatory, pain-reducer, antiviral, antitumor, and bone-growth agent in a manner up to ten times more effectively than CBD.

A potential benefit of CBC is its ability to reduce inflammation. Inflammation is a normal reaction to injury or infection, but chronic inflammation can lead to autoimmune diseases, heart disease, and cancer. According to some studies, CBC interacts with the body's endocannabinoid system to reduce inflammation.

The ability of CBC to alleviate pain is another potential benefit. Analgesic properties are thought to be associated with CBC, which means it may be able to reduce pain. As a result, it may be useful for treating chronic pain and neuropathic pain.

It is also possible that CBC has neuroprotective effects, which means it can protect the brain and nervous system from damage. It has been suggested that CBC may promote the growth of new neurons and protect against neurodegenerative diseases.

Although more research is required to fully understand CBC's effects and benefits, these preliminary findings suggest that CBC may have a number of therapeutic uses. To fully comprehend the possible risks and benefits of CBC and other cannabinoids, more research is needed.

How Strong is CBC?

CBC products can vary widely in potency depending on the specific product and the amount of CBC they contain. When compared to compounds like CBD, CBC is generally considered to be a relatively potent cannabinoid. According to research, the compound is only surpassed by CBG when it comes to inhibiting the growth of new cancer cells.

When taking any cannabinoid, it is imperative to follow the manufacturer's recommended dosage instructions, starting with a low dose and gradually increasing it as needed. If you are pregnant, nursing, or have a pre-existing medical condition, you should consult a healthcare professional before using any CBC products.

How Are CBC Products Made?

CBC can be extracted from the cannabis plant in several ways. A common method of extracting cannabinoids is to use solvents such as ethanol or CO2. Following extraction, any remaining impurities are removed, and the extract is concentrated to increase CBC concentration. CBC can be used to produce a variety of products after it has been extracted and purified. The products may include tinctures, capsules, and topicals, as well as more specialized products like suppositories and lollipops. In order to obtain the desired consistency and formulation, purified CBC is usually combined with other ingredients, such as carrier oils or beeswax. The finished products are then tested, packaged, and labelled for sale to consumers.

Are CBC Products Legal?

Farm Bill of 2018, also known as the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018, legalized hemp cultivation, production, and sale in the United States. The hemp plant is a variety of the Cannabis sativa plant that contains low levels of THC, the psychoactive compound that produces marijuana's "high."

Since the Farm Bill of 2018, hemp and hemp-derived products, including CBC, are no longer considered controlled substances, and they are legal to produce, sell, and possess in all 50 states as long as they have contents of less than 0.3% THC. It's important to note that the FDA has not approved CBC or other hemp-derived cannabinoids for use in food, beverages, or dietary supplements. Furthermore, some states may have stricter regulations on hemp and hemp-derived products, so it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the specific laws in your state.

Are CBC Products Safe?

Cannabichromene, or CBC, is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis. The herb may have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. But as with any substance, CBC has potential risks and side effects that should be considered.

A main risk of CBC is the possibility of drug interactions. The liver metabolizes CBC and other cannabinoids, so other liver-metabolized medications may interact with CBC. Consequently, these medications may lose their effectiveness and be more likely to cause side effects. If you are taking any other medications, you should speak with a healthcare professional before using CBC or any other cannabinoids.

Lack of long-term safety data is another risk associated with CBC. While some evidence suggests that CBC may be well-tolerated and have a favorable safety profile, more research is necessary to fully understand the risks and side effects of long-term use. It is always a good idea to use caution when starting to use any new supplement or compound.

In addition to these specific instances, the most important safety concern surrounding CBC is sourcing. Since the FDA does not closely monitor the manufacturing and distribution of cannabinoids, finding a retailer committed to quality and safety is essential. We at CBD Mall use only organic, non-GMO hemp grown in the United States to make all of our products. Moreover, we rigorously test our products for safety, quality, and purity through third-party labs.

CBC Products vs. Other Cannabinoids

CBD, THC, and CBC are all cannabinoids in cannabis. They are all related compounds, but they differ in some important ways.

The psychoactive effects of CBC, THC, and CBD are the main differences between them. Cannabis' main psychoactive cannabinoid, THC, is responsible for the "high" associated with marijuana use. In contrast, CBC and CBD are non-psychoactive, which means they do not produce any psychoactive effects when consumed. Some people prefer CBC and CBD because of their potential therapeutic benefits without the psychoactive effects of cannabis.

The potential therapeutic effects of these three cannabinoids are also different. In addition to having anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, CBC may also be neuroprotective. THC may also be useful for treating certain types of pain due to its analgesic effects. Additionally, it is believed to have anti-inflammatory and anti-nausea properties. There are a number of potential therapeutic benefits associated with CBD, including reducing anxiety, improving sleep, and reducing inflammation.

Last but not least, the legal status of these three cannabinoids can also vary. As a Schedule I controlled substance, THC derived from marijuana is illegal to manufacture, distribute, or possess. Some states, however, have enacted laws allowing the use of medical cannabis, including THC and CBD, under certain conditions. In contrast, CBC is not currently a controlled substance at the federal level, and it is legal to produce, sell, and possess if it is derived from hemp and contains less than 0.3% THC. It is important to keep in mind, however, that the legal status of these compounds can change rapidly, so it is always a good idea to familiarize yourself with your state's specific laws and regulations.

Different CBC Products Available at CBD Mall

Our CBC products are all third-party lab tested, so no matter which CBC product you choose, there will be no safety risks or hazards. We primarily offer CBC vapes at this time, which are able to provide quick and swift relief minutes after inhalation. However, most of our CBC vapes also contain other cannabinoids, which give you a broader spectrum of benefits and effects than CBC alone.

Some of our most popular CBC products include:

  • Snowman Vape Pen by Fresh (1800mg), a blended product that contains:
    • 360mg of delta 8
    • 360mg of CBT
    • 360mg of CBC
    • 360mg of CBN
    • 360mg of CBD
  • Pancakes Vape Pen by Fresh (1800mg), a blended product that contains:
    • 360mg of delta 8
    • 360mg of CBC
    • 360mg of CBT
    • 360mg of CBG
    • 360mg of CBD
  • Incredible Hulk Vape Pen by Fresh (1800mg), a blended product that contains:
    • 360mg of CBD
    • 360mg of CBG
    • 360mg of CBC
    • 360mg of CBN
    • 360mg of CBDV
  • Melonatta Vape Pen by Fresh (1800mg), a blended product that contains:
    • 257.2 mg of delta 8
    • 257.2 mg of CBD
    • 257.2 mg of CBN
    • 257.2 mg of CBC
    • 257.1 mg of CBG
    • 257.1 mg of CBT
    • 257.1 mg of CBDV

CBC Products: Some Final Thoughts

With stronger and more effective properties than CBD, but without creating any psychoactive effects, CBC products are a valuable addition to your medicine cabinet. Whatever you're struggling with, CBC can help you reduce pain, inflammation, and stress and improve your life in ways you didn't even know were possible!

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Frequently Asked Questions

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How to use a CBC disposable vape

It's easy to use a CBC disposable vape! Simply place your lips on the mouthpiece and inhale. 

Are CBC disposable vapes refillable?

Disposable vapes are made to be thrown away once they run out of vape oil. They are not meant to be refilled. 

Can you get high with CBC disposable vapes?

No. CBC is a non-psychoactive compound, meaning it does not make you high. 

Are CBC disposable vapes legal?

Under the 2018 Farm Bill, CBC disposable vapes are federally legal, but state laws may differ. 

Is it safe to use CBC disposable vapes?

If sourced from legitimate and trustworthy retailers, CBC disposable vapes are safe, just like other cannabinoid products. 

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