There are six known types of cannabinoids (CBD) contained within hemp and cannabis plants. CBD is fairly well known and has undergone a good amount of research to affirm its medicinal effects. Lesser-known CBC is showing equal promise as a potential aid to healthcare delivery. CBC softgels are among the more effective delivery methods and do not produce any intoxicating effects.
How CBC Assists Healthcare
Initial studies show CBC assists healthcare delivery with a variety of terpenes that complement one another. The terpenes enable the CBC to bond with CB1 and CB2 receptors located in the brain and body. Those receptors enable the body to move fluidly and provide natural immunity to a variety of diseases and illnesses. The CBC is non-addictive and non-intoxicating due to its less than 0.3 percent THC content. And the THC that contains is not the same psychoactive THC found in marijuana.
Many Possible Medical Benefits
More studies are needed to affirm the initial medical benefits of CBC. But the compound is showing great promise in helping to fight a variety of diseases, including cancer and Huntington’s disease. It can help to fend off infections and reduce inflammation and related pain. It also complements traditional medicines by enabling the body to better process them.