CBDP vs CBT vs CBC: Top 3 Differences Explained.



Ever feel lost looking through all of the different cannabinoids? Today we'll be covering 3 powerful minor cannabinoids that are increasing in popularity. We're talking about CBDP, CBT, and CBC.

Read more to learn why these cannabinoids are special, and make sure to try our tinctures featuring each one of these unique extracts.


What Is CBDP?



It was 2019 when THCP and CBDP initially broke onto the world-wide scene emanating from an Italian research team. This research first claimed potency levels far higher than THC and CBD.


Although most research has been done on THCP, it can confidently be said that it has helped the cannabis world maneuver the potential effects and benefits of CBDP. So far, research is discovering promising results: relaxation, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-seizure properties that can help a whole spectrum of people better their lives.


What Is CBT?



First isolated in 1974 from Lebanese hashish, CBT is a phytocannabinoid that has made its mark in the cannabis world since slowly becoming more popularized.


Initial reports suggest that CBT is great for combating neurological issues and mental health problems by alleviating the stress caused by anxiety, reducing painful thoughts brought on by depression, and kicking insomnia to the curb.


What Is CBC?



CBC (cannabichromene) has long been considered one of the “big six” cannabinoids that have been thoroughly researched over the years (and by years, we mean decades: it was discovered over 50 years ago). Just like THC and CBD, CBC stems from cannabigerol acid (CBGA).


Like the other cannabinoids we’ve mentioned throughout this article, CBC is non-psychoactive and won’t give you the high that THC does because it doesn’t entirely bind to the CB1 re