The CBC Vape Cartridge, by 3CHI, is a unique blend of cannabinoids that is not easily found. But Dr. Ganja takes pride in providing for you the most exclusive hemp derived products on the market today!
The 3CHI CBC Vape Cartridge features 400mg of broad spectrum cannabichromene (CBC) and 50mg of CBD, CBN, CBG, CBDv and other hemp compounds. For flavor and maximum effects, 3CHI includes a blend of plant-derived terpenes that smacks your taste buds with a bit of zesty citrus.
All cannabinoid extract is 100% hemp derived. No additives or cutting agents such as VG, PG, PEG, Vitamin E or MCT are used in the creation of this product.
The leakproof CCELL vape cartridge is made out of food and medical grade materials to maintain hygienic standards. The glass housing ensures anticorrosion and enhanced flow of oil. Pure flavors are revealed by the ceramic coil and through the ceramic mouthpiece to lend an excellent tasting vaping experience.
CBC is not an incredibly thick oil and can be consumed faster than other cannabinoids. Due to this, it is recommended that this cart be vaped at lower temperatures. In addition, it is also recommended to avoid quick puffs in succession in order to allow time between hits for the oil to cool. This will help lengthen the life of your 3CHI CBC Vape Cartridge.
In high concentrations, CBC can also be rather harsh to vape. It is always recommended to take slow, small hits from the mouthpiece. Despite taking smaller puffs, it may still feel harsh to the throat and induce coughing.
What is CBC?
Cannabichromene (CBC) was discovered in 1966, but due to federal restrictions, scientists were not able to continue researching the cannabinoid. Slowly within the last decade there has been an increase in research, however, it is still a relatively slow process. Within the research that has been done, CBC has clearly shown its potential just as several other cannabinoids have as well.
CBD and THC have captured and held the most attention in the cannabis world, but CBC has always been considered one of the six major cannabinoids that scientists have focused their studies on.
CBC is created through a process known as decarboxylation from CBCa that formed from CBGa. It is found in low concentrations in most modern strains as most breeding practices have focused on increasing CBD and THC concentrations.
CBC is a non-psychoactive compound and offers many of the benefits that Delta-9 THC offers. Most research indicates that CBC does not have considerable interaction with CB1 receptors in the human body, yet has some interactions with CB2 receptors.
To discover the amount of CBC that is right for you, we recommend that you begin with a slow single pull from the mouthpiece of the cartridge. Wait 10 minutes and then gradually increase your intake as needed. Discontinue use if any adverse reactions occur.
CBC,CBD, CBN, CBG, CBDv and terpene blend