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How Is CBDP Made

 June 21, 2022

By  Elle Gellrich

Among plants, cannabis is like Christmas every day. As cannabis study continues, the plant’s chemical composition and worth are becoming increasingly apparent. For example, after scientists discovered the body’s inherent enzymatic processes, they discovered approximately 150 organic chemical compounds generated by cannabis.

When it comes to cannabis psychoactivity, THC was thought to be the most potent component. Tetrahydrocannabiphorol (THC) and cannabidiphorol (CBDP), two brand-new cannabinoids, appeared on the scene in 2019.

What is CBD?

You won’t get high on cannabibidiphorol because it is a heptyl homolog of the well-known and widely used cannabinoid CBD (cannabidiol) (tetrahydrocannabiphorol).

As a result, the body and neurological system are activated by receptors, and this molecule influences the chemicals in your brain.

Five-link side chains are included in the chemical structure of most cannabinoids, including THC and CBD.

CBDP and THCP have seven-link side chains instead of a five-link chain, affecting how they bind to CB1 and CB2 receptors, increasing the physical and cerebral effects.

Since CBDP isn’t psychoactive, it doesn’t bind as tightly to these receptors as other cannabinoids do. However, it doesn’t put you to sleep either.

Exactly How Is It Made?

Before the pandemic, a team of Italian scientists working for UNIHEMP first isolated CBDP and THCP from a cannabis plant.

They identified these substances by analyzing the plant to its core, utilizing advanced equipment like mass spectrometry and liquid chromatography in search of more hidden cannabinoids in medical cannabis.

Compared to the more well-known THC and CBD, CBDP and THCP account for less than 1 percent of the cannabis plant, making extraction challenging yet worth it.

Research on CBDP

Research financed by the UNIHEMP project led to the discovery of CBDP in 2019. The team investigated an FM2 medical cannabis cultivar using mass spectrometry and liquid chromatography to establish what was included inside the plant materials. The group also discovered THCP, CBDB, and THCB.

There is currently a lack of study into CBDP. Few details exist concerning this cannabinoid’s actions within the human body. It’s a mystery. Even the scientists that discovered CBDP aren’t sure what it does. However, a recent study examined the possibility that a combination of CBDP and CBD could aid in the fight against breast cancer. The findings are pretty intriguing.

In a study of human breast cancer cells, researchers found that cannabinoids triggered catastrophic mechanisms that led to cancer cell death. Apoptosis and autophagy are two of the most intriguing outcomes of their experiments, as they can significantly increase the generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS).

Essentially, apoptosis and autophagy are mechanisms that cleanse the body of cancerous cells by killing them and removing their waste products.

According to the researchers, there will be more in-depth studies to confirm the possible utility of these homologs as an adjuvant in anticancer chemotherapy.

Preclinical and clinical investigations on CBDP’s anti-proliferative capabilities are expected in the future.

Advantages of CBDP

The term “phytocannabinoids” refers to substances that mimic the actions of naturally occurring molecules in the human body.

CBDP appears to have similar therapeutic advantages to CBD, based on what we do know so far, and may be beneficial for people suffering from anxiety, depression, and stress. For epilepsy, chronic pain, and inflammation, CBDP may be helpful.

CBDP’s chemical formula and molecular structure are pretty close to that of CBD. CBDP likely has a low affinity for cannabinoid 1 (CB1) and cannabinoid 2 (CB2) receptors, but it operates on other receptor sites to give your body a wide range of health benefits.

To give one example, CBDP may be beneficial for treating depression and anxiety. 5-HT1A serotonin receptors in the brain are activated by the cannabinoid CBD. As a result of this activation, your brain’s serotonin receptors react differently to the naturally-occurring concentrations of serotonin in your bloodstream.

The “bliss molecule” refers to the naturally occurring hormone serotonin. Anxiety and depression are its primary targets. The serotonin receptor-activating properties of CBD have been found to have considerable anti-stress and anti-depressant benefits in animal studies. According to some researchers, serotonin receptor activation by CBD may also have anti-epileptic benefits.

Also, CBDP may help alleviate pain and inflammation. Several studies demonstrate that CBD may be able to treat the discomfort of rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, and MS.

Is it legal to use CBDP?

The same rules apply to CBDP as they do to CBD. Only the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, THC, is prohibited in the United States. Hemp is authorized under the 2018 agricultural bill if it has THC content below 0.3 percent.

Both CBD and CBDP have a wide range of medicinal applications. ‘This cannabinoid, found in 2019, is still a mystery, but experts feel it has significant potential.

When it comes to the two most popular forms of CBD, which one is better?

Could CBD and CBDP be establishing a rivalry? Indeed, it’s a possibility. THCP was the primary emphasis of this study, and it’s not apparent if CBDP will affect CBD benefits.

CBD’s ability to bind to CB1 and CB2 receptors is one of the most exciting areas of advancement. CB1 and CB2 receptors have a low affinity for CBD, making it more difficult for your body to benefit from CBD’s pain-relieving properties if CBDP is found to have the same benefits as CBD but is better absorbed.

Of course, this is all speculation at this point. The discovery of THCP and CBDP was merely reported last week by scientists. Nobody knows what will happen next.

Even though it may take a long time for a consumable or smokable product to hit the market (if ever), we are still in the early stages of understanding the medicinal value of cannabis as much more scientific research and medical analysis need to be conducted and submitted before we truly understand the impact and significance of these new cannabinoids disco.

Without a shadow of a question, as the cannabis industry grows and develops, it will be a fascinating voyage into the future potential of this incredibly adaptable plant.

Elle Gellrich


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