Cannabichromevarin, also known as CBCV, is one of the many varieties of marijuana that are available. In 1975, CBSV was isolated from a Thai cannabis plant by researchers at the University of Nagasaki. CBCV is well-known as an anticonvulsant.
It is a propylcannabinoid which makes it different from CBC. It is found in low amounts in cannabis strains, compared to CBD or THC. However, CBCV offers similar benefits to THC and CBD.
Researchers have only recently been studying the cannabinoids found in cannabis plants. Researchers have found that cannabis plants contain over 100 cannabinoids. They may offer similar benefits, as CBCV and CBC have similar molecular structures. If this is true, CBCV users will be able to benefit from its healing properties without intoxication.
Although the exact effects of CBCV on the human body are not yet known, there are some educated guesses and presumptions about the potential medical benefits. For people with chronic conditions like arthritis, chronic pain, depression, cancer, and insomnia, CBCV may prove to be very helpful.
These are just a few of the many benefits that CBCV has for people with Crohn’s disease, epileptic seizures and muscular dystrophy. CBCV’s applications in treating seizures in children and infants is one of its most important uses.