CBC Strain Details
CBC is for the great pain relief with the benefits of the unique cannabinoid property Cannabichromene. CBC is an extremely rare strain and cannabinoid, with non-psychoactive and anti-inflammatory effects to name a few benefits. It grows the same as a Sativa cannabis plant, but with larger flowers that you would normally see on an Indica – which means a higher yield.
CBC is comprised of Cannabichromenic acid, or CBCA, is the parent molecule of CBC and is one of the three primary cannabinoids formed from cannabigerolic acid (CBGA). CBGA is one of the first cannabinoid produced by cannabis plants and, over time, is broken down by specific enzymes to form THCA, CBDA, and CBCA. It is the precursor property in cannabis plants that comes before THC, CBD, and others.
HOW TO GROW CBC SEEDS
CBC seeds grow like a Sativa, but with dense buds typical of Indica. It maintains its initial structure with Sativa similarities, but already in bloom, it will show its accelerated speed with dense and heavy flower clusters, in addition to high branching and close clustering of flowers, so larger CBC plants will need pruning. CBC has moderate fungal sensitivity, so it tends to grow better in dryer climates.
Common effects of using CBC is calming, pain relieving, relaxing, and an almost meditative state without the psychoactive effects of other types of cannabis.
MEDICAL USES & BENEFITS
The medical benefits for CBC are almost innumerable. The main uses for CBC right now are anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, anti-depressant, anti-viral, and analgesic uses. There are still many more medicinal researches being conducted on CBC dominant strains because it has incredible potential for medicine in the near future.
CBC is unique for being one of the only cannabis strains that has a sweet caramel flavor, like caramel popcorn in a way.
While terpene content is still being discovered about CBC, it smells almost exactly like how it tastes with strong notes of caramel.