Cannabicyclovarin (CBLV) belongs to the cannabicyclols class and is counted among a hundred different types of cannabinoids generated by Cannabis.
The majority of cannabinoids are not created directly by the Cannabis plant; instead, they are synthesized through a biosynthetic process.
Cannabicyclol is a phytocannabinoid derived from the many chemicals generated in Cannabis sativa plants. The breakdown of CBC in the presence of heat and light produces this class of cannabinoids. Therefore older cannabis contains more CBL than newer cannabis.
GC-MS was used to identify cannabicyclovarin (CBLV-C3), which was then isolated as optically inactive pale needles.
By comparing it to synthetic CBLV-C3 made by irradiating CBCV-C3, its structure was confirmed. However, before getting to Cannabicyclovarin acid (CBLV), the chemical, which belongs to the cannabicyclol class, went through a number of processes, as reported by a group of researchers.
The working nature of Cannabicyclovarin
Cannabicyclovarin is a naturally occurring cannabinoid found in Cannabis sativa. Cannabis sativa is a medicinal plant mostly made up of cannabinoids and terpenoids.
Because of its low concentration, nothing is known about the CBL, hence little can be said about its therapeutic advantages. However, as a member of the cannabicyclols (CBL) family with CBC as its precursor, Cannabicyclovarin performs a variety of important roles in the body, including boosting the levels of some beneficial compounds such as endocannabinoids.
Its primary advantages as a phytocannabinoid include hunger stimulation, pain and inflammation relief, nausea reduction, and a variety of other things.