Cannabinoid Synthesis

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Cannabinoids rely on being hemp/cannabis derived, which is what differentiates them from fake cannabinoid products that are now illegal in most places.

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Cannabinoids and Their Chemistry

Cannabinoids exist in an array of forms, all using the same type of “backbone”, while yielding drastically different results. It’s a very pharmacological topic, trailblazed by Israel interestingly enough. 

While most of the word has struggled with prohibition and slow progress, Israel has been studying the medical potential for cannabinoids, far longer than most other places. Their research regarding cancer, stress, pain, and innumerable other conditions has allowed international studies to expand upon them.

Cannabinoids rely on being hemp/cannabis derived, which is what differentiates them from fake cannabinoid products that are now illegal in most places. These cannabinoids utilize that same “backbone” to change between the differing cannabinoids, using differing temperatures or chemical processes, it’s possible to isolate and convert cannabinoids. 

Naturally, this is possible without involving equipment at all. However, in order to create products like CBD and Delta 8 tinctures, the cannabinoid concentrations are much higher than the naturally occurring amount. When the cannabinoids are isolated it’s possible to put them through different processes to convert it, for instance most Delta 8 THC is made from CBD distillate; the CBD goes through isomerization to become Delta 8 THC. 

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