Cannabielsoic Acid A (CBEA-A)
Cannabielsoin Acid (CBEA-A) can be described as a substance made from marijuana or cannabis plant. CBEA is an enantiomer of Cannabigerovarinic Acid (CBGVA) which is further broken down by the process of oxidation, resulting in Cannabielsoin (CBE).
CBEA-A has been one of the first discoveries made in the year 1940, when British scientist Robert S. Cahn revealed the partially formed design of the chemical cannabinol (CBN).
In the course of research on Cannabis, CBEA-A was found in conjunction with other compounds such as CBD, CBC, CBG, CBN as well as other compounds discovered during the study. Researchers identified a resin found in the active flowering marijuana plant, also known as Hashish.
The compound is produced through a series of transformations during the flowering stage. CBEA-A was created out of the main precursor called cannabigerovarinic acid (CBGVA) CBGVA, which is identified by scientists as the mother of all cannabinoids.
It is derived from CBGVA by using manganese in the atmosphere, it's made by oxidative cyclization.
A CBEA-A molecule has multiple bonds, membered rings, hydroxyl groups aromatic hydroxyls, non-H bonds and rotatable bonds, as well as alcohol, carboxylic acid. Its structure is based on bonding and arrangement of atoms that hold atoms to each other.
The fascination for CBEA-A stems from its chemical composition and position the power cell. CBEA-A, as well as other variants of these remain to be studied and much is expected in the future of a futuristic design.
Researchers are seeking to unlock additional functions of cannabis plants , aside from its therapeutic or psychoactive properties and hope for CBEA-A as the crucial.