What is CBN and not CBD?
There are certain states in America which have legalized CBD which ate 47 in number out of 50 states, and this has come at a time when people now want to know the health benefits which are hidden in this plant, but there is another plant a cousin to CBD which is called the cbn and in this article we will look at all the details pertaining to this cbn.
Cannabinol or CBN is a type of the known cannabinoid and just like THC and CBD it is found in the cannabis plant, however not all plants have cbn and this is because it take time to be formed in the plant.
CBN comes from the THC and this happens when the THC is exposed to the oxygen it will oxidize, which means the more the plant is exposed to direct oxygen the more levels of CBN the plant will have, CBN is however a byproduct of THC and it is considered to be less psychoactive and mild and his is perhaps the reason why it is not common to users.
Most people might confuse the CBD with CBN, but as much as they come from the cannabinoid, they have different feelings, for the CBD the users will have a characteristic feeling but for the CBN the users describe it to be mild and less than the CBD.
When you take CBD you will feel high but when you take CBN you will have a mild feeling as much as these two come from the cannabinoid plant and especially when you mix CBD with THC you will definitely be high and feel drowsy which makes this difference.
Even if the products have differences, they are sued by people as a remedy for pain relief.
To date there has not been known research which has been done on the CBN and this is because it is considered to have a mild and less psychoactive feeling as compared to CBD, after the research this product might bloom since the research are in early stages.
The CBN has a number of things which it can treat like relieving pain, fighting off bacteria from your body and act as an inflammatory, it has also been found to reduce the cancers cells, treat glaucoma and prevent chances of epilepsy and also heel the broken bones and promote new growth.
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