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Welcome, Spaced Cadets; we will talk about another cannabinoid, CBDVA! CBDVA stands for Cannabidivarinic acid and is a precursor of Cannabidivarin. I think these cannabinoid's names start getting harder and harder to pronounce. Keep reading to learn more about this cannabinoid and its possibilities.

CBDVA has a few excellent properties, just as any other cannabinoid that is found in cannabis! It interacts with our CB1 and CB2 receptors that can help our endocannabinoid system. There is little known about this cannabinoid, but it is said to have anti-inflammatory properties. CBDVA is also non-psychoactive and will not get the high you were hoping for, but it is not all about getting high!

CBDVA was first discovered by Japanese scientists in 1977, but in 2020, there was evidence showing potential for neuroprotective properties. While back in 2012, there were studies on animals showing benefits from CBDVA for digestive inflammation and brain atrophy.

In conclusion, other than being a hard word to pronounce, it seems like there will be more studies on CBDVA to see its true potential. With what we know, CBDVA can be used in medicine in the future, which will not have the harmful effects of other drugs that help with pain.


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