These Are The Next Big Cannabinoids To Go Mainstream

By Terry Hacienda, The Fresh Toast on

Published in Cannabis Daily

Extensive works of research are ongoing which means more cannabinoids will be unveiled as time goes on.

For many years the focus of a lot of people about cannabis was just the plant itself. However, as research blossomed in the marijuana sector, more and more people started to learn about the chemical components in cannabis called cannabinoids.

CBD (arguably the most popular cannabis component) has gone from being the unknown compound to the most sought-after substance that has taken over the world. CBD currently generates billions of dollars in sales, has millions of users with numerous products derived from it.

From oils to edibles, workout clothing, hamburgers, ice-cream, etc. CBD is the darling of the cannabis world, and it is getting better and better. CBD has medicinal and healing properties that help relieve anxiety, insomnia, and other conditions that affect personal health and wellness.

For now, CBD and THC are the two cannabinoids that get the most attention because they are the ones with vast amounts of research, usage, and survey behind them. Also, both cannabinoids are available in more significant levels in the cannabis plant, unlike other variants available in lesser quantities.

Although more historical evidence backs the use of CBD and THC compared to the other variants, as their collective usefulness skyrockets, these other cannabinoids will start to gain popularity as well.


So what could be beyond CBD, are there other cannabinoids we could explore? Let’s get answers. The truth about cannabis  Cannabis consists of about 600 different molecules. One hundred forty of these molecules are called cannabinoids because they operate on our body’s endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system is an extensive chemical receptors system that controls our body’s system, such as inflammation, appetite, temperature, processing emotion, learning, and memory.

New cannabinoids will be discovered in the cannabis plant overtime, ps this  is happening right now. So the future of cannabis will no longer revolve around CBD as other cannabinoids will start getting a lot of attention. But it wouldn’t stop with a discovery; just like CBD, these cannabinoids will also be commercialized.

Most of the other cannabinoids present in cannabis occur at low levels, making it difficult for scientists to identify and study them. However, with technological advancements and more extensive works of research this will cease to be the case. Unlike before, we now know a lot about some of the other cannabinoids. Cannabis is a diverse plant that has so much to offer the world, and to grasp this fully; let’s take a closer look at some of the other cannabinoids present in cannabis. The other cannabinoids found in cannabis CBG

CBG refers to the cannabinoid called cannabigerol. This variant is nonintoxicating and mainly marketed to alleviate anxiety, infection, nausea, inflammation, and pain. Some research agrees that it is also effective in cancer treatment, but more analysis is needed to prove this.


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