Cannabinol (in short: CBN) stems from cannabigerolic acid (CBGA) in cannabis.

The cannabis plant naturally produces enzymes converting CBGA to one of 3 major cannabinoids:
  • CBCA: cannabichromene carboxylic acid
  • CBDA: cannabidiol carboxylic acid (CBDA)
  • THCA: tetrahydrocannabinol carboxylic acid.

    When the plant develops THCA, it usually is converted to THC as a result of heat or UV light. That being said, over time THCA can be converted to CBNA as well. Prolonged exposure to air causes the THCA to lose hydrogen molecules and oxidize; which produces the new CBNA. Then, when exposed to heat or UV light CBNA convers to CBN.
    Recent cannabis research has identified CBN is a great product to treat:
  • Insomnia
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Bone Damage
  • Pain
  • and many many more...
  • What are the benefits?

    • Antiemetic - Reduces nausea and vomiting
    • Anticonvulsant - Suppresses seizure activity
    • Antipsychotic - Combats psychosis disorders
    • Anti-inflammatory - Combats inflammatory disorders
    • Anti-oxidant - Combats neurodegenerative disorders
    • Anti-tumoral & Anti-cancer - Combats tumor and cancer cells
    • Anxiolytic& Anti-depressant - Combats anxiety and depression disorders
    • Great medical value
    • No liver damage
    • Non high
    • Anti-inflammatory
    • Anti-convulsive
    • Appetite stimulant

    Most common uses of CBN Oil


    CBN Oil for Life

    Intake Methods for Cannabis CBN Oil

    Is it legal and where can I purchase the Cannabis CBN Oil?

    Many South Africans are using Medical Cannabis Products like CBN Cannabis Oil to treat an array of conditions.
    How will the South African government manage the task of legalising Medical Cannabis oil in respect to neighbouring countries and even ones within our own borders like Swaziland and Lesotho? It is already started, we believe that Cannabis oil will be legal within the next year.
    According to Wikipedia, Cannabis Oils in South Africa is "illegal but unenforced" and recently is has been also been added to Schedule 6 medication list.

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