CB2 receptor

The endocannabinoid system (ECS) consists of cannabinoid receptors types CB1 and CB2 and is an important neuromodulator system that regulates and controls many functions, including memory, learning, mood, addiction, inflammation, immune responses, and more. CB two...

CB1 receptor

The endocannabinoid system (ECS) regulates and controls many critical bodily functions, including memory, learning, sleep, pain and temperature control, emotional processing, appetite, immune responses, and inflammation. The ECS consists of a vast network of cellular...

Champacol

Champacol, also called Guaiol, is a terpene found in cannabis and several other plants, particularly in the oil of cypress pine and guaiacum. Champacol is a lesser-known terpene present in trace amounts with a distinctively fruity aroma like roses, pine, and woody...

Cannabicyclolic Acid (CBLA)

Cannabicyclolic Acid, CBLA, is a rare compound that is considered non-psychoactive in nature. CBLA is not an original cannabinoid but rather is formed as a result of changes that alter Cannabichromenic acid, CBCA. When CBCA is exposed to UV light or heat, this...

Cannabicyclol (CBL)

Cannabicyclol, a phytocannabinoid also known as CBL, is a non-intoxicating minor cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. CBL is created when CBC is decarboxylated, meaning exposed to heat, similar to how the cannabinoid CBN is formed. CBL is formed when cannabis is...