Cannabichromene CBC Distillate from MCN.
CBC distillate is a concentrated form of cannabichromene, a minor cannabinoid found in hemp plants that is believed to have anti-inflammatory and potentially analgesic effects. It is also believed to have a synergistic effect on other cannabinoids when taken with them, what some call the “entourage effect.” Unlike THC CBC is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid but it may produce desirable pain-killing effects.
CBC is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that may have anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving, and mood-enhancing properties. It interacts with both CB1 and CB2 receptors and is often found in conjunction with other cannabinoids in the cannabis plant.
This item is stored in 2ml solvent vials to prevent leakage. If you buy 10G or more, you will receive a glass jar or vial.
100G+ is made to order and may result in a 15+ business day fulfillment time. 10 grams and below are ready to ship if they are in stock. We do our best to keep products on our shelf and ready to pour for orders but occasionally we may need to source more from our labs before we can fulfill your order. Thank you for supporting our small business!
Please always consult with a medical doctor before administering any hemp and cannabinoid products.
You must be 21 years of age or older to purchase this product. Do not drive or operate any machinery while using this product. Do not use if pregnant, nursing, or if you have any diagnosed or un-diagnosed health conditions. Consult a physician before using this product. Gilded Extracts LLC is not responsible for knowing whether this product is legal in your state or territory and you assume full responsibility for all liabilities pertaining to your purchase.
This product contains industrial (Lab Tested) hemp (Hemp Distillate) that was made pursuant to state and federal law (Containing not more than 0.3% delta-9 THC on a dry weight basis) by licensed processors in accordance with the industrial Hemp provisions of the Agricultural Act of 2014 (known as the "Farm Act") and its state law counterparts thus it is not subject to regulation, or control, under the Federal Controlled Substances Act.
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First time trying new Noids, and CBC is a must need for extending/potentiating effects! Amazing for anxiety/feeling of well being, overall the best vendor I've tried after looking for a long while :)
Like to add this noid to mixes in ratio 1-20%, it offer fine density and it increase effects of other noids
Perfect product. Never getting it anywhere else ever again
Amazing product as always from gilded and GVB. Did exactly as expected. adds a nice entourage to my HHC while also thinning it to an extent thats manageable. Perfect product, unbeatable price.
Wonderful c-noids. Great mood elevating effect and potentiation of major noids.
Pretty much title, great quality and Price
Very good. I got the 2ml vial, it's a good vial. Thin enough to work with at room temp. I love cbc, I put it at 10% in most of my blends. It is very uplifting and potentiates cannabinoids. Love it.
Has a vaguely piney smell, it's a nice addition to my to my vaping blend.
I recently purchased two ml of CBC, and incorporated it into two vapor blends. The two batches of oil were used to fill several screw topped 510 cartridges. I used a double boiler setup to prepare and mix my distillate, and the CBC was very easy to work with after warming up. The first batch was prepared to a mix of 10% CBC, and the second batch to 15% CBC. Both blends contained 55% d9-THC-O, and up to 25% of another cannabinoid (varied between batches). I haven't found great dosing related data for CBC in humans, but assuming it to be analogous to CBN or CBG, anything below ~10% in a vapor blend would result in requiring a large number of hits to reach a pharmacological dose of CBC in the bloodstream. I expect THC-O-Acetate based vapor blends to have a smooth draw from past experience, and the CBC did not add or cause any harshness. The first batch of 10% was the smoother of the two, but I attribute it to the full spectrum THC-O I used in the second batch. Overall, the CBC doesn't appear to multiply the intensity of THC as I have heard rumored. However, I find the effects of CBC rather complimentary to relaxing vapor blends. In my experience it adds a smoothness to the high; I did not feel my joints in as much pain, and the pain I did feel I was comfortable letting pass. TLDR; CBC is likely a fine addition to a vapor or dabbing blend, giving a mildness or smooth quality to a high between 10% to 25%. More research is necessary.