This cannabinoid has extreme potential | Mary Jane's CBD

February 16, 2020

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High Potential Cannabinoid

Cannabicitran, or CBT, is a cannabinoid that has not yet been studied in-depth, but that is all about to change. GVB Biopharma is a hemp cannabinoid producer that has identified and isolated CBT and will now be able to study its structure, function, and potential benefits.

The group of scientists from GVB Biopharma contains alumni from the best pharmaceutical companies from across the globe.

This largely unstudied cannabinoid is in good hands as the scientists aim to uncover its secrets and benefit the public knowledge base.

Right now, what is known about CBT includes where it is found and its classification.

The highest concentration of it seems to be located in the distillates from the Type III flowers of the cannabis plant, where are high levels of cannabidiol, or CBD, and low levels of tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC.

But even compared to the low amount of THC, CBT seems to be found in rather low concentrations. CBT is also chemically classified as a diether, so its chemical relationship with CBD is the same as the relationship between CBD and THC.

Very few past studies on the health effects of CBT have been published, although what does exist proves promising.

Longtime cannabinoid researcher Mahmoud ElSohly performed a study over 35 years ago that found CBT reduced pressure in the eyes of rabbits, meaning CBT could potentially be able to help in treatments for conditions such as glaucoma. 

GVB Biopharma is sure to provide crucial information that will greatly benefit the health world once their studies on CBT are underway.

Their state-of-the-art hemp processing facilities in Oregon and white-label manufacturing in Las Vegas give them a personal stake in the matter as well.


More about THC 

Tetrahydrocannabinol is the cannabinoid inside cannabis that gets a user “high.” Getting "high" is what cannabis has mainly been associated with.

However, with new cannabinoid research and medicinal marijuana usage, this stigma is decreasing.

Today, some marijuana strains have over 25% THC levels, which is extremely high. Just to put that in reference, weed smoked in the 1960s was around 1% THC.

Even though THC levels are rising, Tetrahydrocannabinol is a big part of cannabis culture and it’s not going away any time soon.


More about CBD

Cannabidiol has been painted as miracle drug by the media and by users who have had positive experiences. CBD initially became popular after helping people who've suffered from severe seizures.

CBD started becoming used for other conditions and has been said to help relieve common symptoms such as stress, anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, and other ailments.

CBD derived from hemp doesn’t get users “high,” because it doesn’t contain high enough THC levels. Hemp based cannabidiol only contains up to 0.3% THC. Not enough to get people “stoned” or even fail a drug test.


Why is New Cannabinoid Research Important? 

As more research surrounding hemp and cannabis, we are learning more about the many other cannabinoids outside of THC and CBD. This is great because we are learning how the many other cannabinoids might be able to help with certain health conditions and common symptoms.


CBD in the United States

It feels like United States has fallen in love with CBD and THC. CBD has become so popular as a wellness option, that many celebrities and athletes are jumping on board this movement as well. Celebrities like Kim Kardashian and athletes like Lamar Odom, just to name a few, have said great things about CBD. 

However, even though CBD is amazing, there have been some downsides about the CBD industry as a whole. Things like low-quality or fake CBD products entering the market.

This is no good for the innocent users looking for quality and credible CBD products, and no good for the companies that are doing things by the books and making sure to provide only the highest quality and lab-tested products.

When purchasing CBD, make sure to purchase from credible stores and websites. Furthermore, look for companies that offer lab testing for their products.

Stores like gas stations will not offer things like this, so it’s best to only buy from legitimate places that do offer lab reports.


Mary Jane’s CBD Dispensary

Finding the right CBD brands and products is must in today’s market. This is why at Mary Jane’s CBD Dispensary, we only source the highest quality CBD from credible hemp farmers. 

We lab-test all of our products and our friendly staff will help guide you through products. Buying CBD should be as simple as going into a store and purchasing a credible product.

Unfortunately, the cannabis industry has not reached that standard yet. This is why places like Mary Jane’s CBD Dispensary and other trusted online and physical dispensaries should be your go to.

When we first started, we had two stores, one in Savannah, Georgia and one in Asheville, North Carolina. After receiving great feedback and traction from the great people in these communities, we decided to expand into new areas.

Our next location was in San Antonio, Texas, where we received amazing feedback from this great city and decided to keep launching stores in this area after our successes.

Our goal is bringing the communities we operate in an alternative to harmful pharmaceutical medications with natural wellness approaches like Mary Jane’s CBD oil.


Great CBD Products to Try for Beginners

Picking out cannabinol products for the first time can be a somewhat daunting task. There are so many different types of products, so it can be hard to choose one that’s right for you.

Here are some good products for beginners who don’t feel like smoking CBD:


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