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How Does CBC Work?
The science behind the effects of CBC remains a work-in-progress, but preliminary studies have found that the chemical compound might not directly work with CB1 and CB2 receptors. Instead, CBC impacts the naturally occurring cannabinoids in our bodies, increasing their production and helping to make them more efficient in their purpose.
Research has discovered that CBD may play a role in the function of 2-AG and anadamine, stimulating the further increase of these naturally occurring cannabinoids. But more than that, CBC might also help in minimizing the sensitivity of certain receptors, particularly those responsible for the pain response. The result? CBC may help in mitigating pain, among other i
Little-Noticed Hemp Memo Clarifies Military’s Ban On Service Members Using CBD
In February, the Department of Defense (DOD) announced a new policy barring all active and reserve service members from using hemp products, including CBD. The memo acknowledges that hemp was legalized under the 2018 Farm Bill, but it said the risk of exposure to products potentially containing excess THC is too great.
“These legal changes and the resulting introduction of hemp products containing up to 0.3 percent THC in the marketplace create a serious risk to the viability of the military drug testing program for a number of reasons,” Under Secretary of Defense Matthew Donovan said.
The hemp plant naturally contains the substance delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive substance in marijuana. However, the amount of THC varies widely depending on the varieties (and parts) of the cannabis plant.
Even though the new law removes low-THC hemp as a controlled substance, the law also recognizes FDA’s authority to determine whether hemp or any of its derivatives are allowed in foods, drugs, and dietary supplements