Cannabicyclolic acid (CBLA), a rare compound, is usually found in cannabis. It is non-psychoactive in the natural world. It is pure cannabichromenic (CBCA) form. However, environmental changes due to light patterns can convert it to cannabicyclolic acids.
The cannabicyclolic acids is an artificial cannabinoid. It can be artificially made by irradiation. Shoyama isolated the elements to create it in 1972.
The information about the acid is limited because cannabis doesn’t usually produce much cannabicyclolic acids.
Cannabicyclolic Acid is the cannabinoid that has the strongest heating effect. It doesn’t react with decarboxylation. Scientists tend to ignore cannabicyclolic acids and their varieties due to its inability to react and the negative effects it has on experiments. It is a tedious task that produces little or no results.
Cannabicyclolic acids are anti-inflammatory in nature. People with inflammation-related issues such as arthritis, asthma, and other conditions are likely to be interested in cannabicyclolic acid. In small doses, it does not cause psychoactive reactions. It is therefore used in medicine.
Cannabichromenate is produced in marijuana plants by cannabigerol. These Cannabichromenates can produce cannabinoids when heated to a specific temperature or after a specified time. They produce CBC, CBL and Cannabicyclolic acid.