What is CBC? Like CBG and CBN, CBC (cannabichromene) is another minor cannabinoid that is thought to reinforce the entourage effect and enhance the overall benefits of hemp extractions.* Like most cannabis research, CBC studies are fairly new. We do know that CBC is non-intoxicating and is similar to other known cannabinoids. Because each person is different, experimenting with CBC extracts allows you to determine what cannabinoid formula works best for you.
CBC Capsules Softgels are preferred by people who want a simple, travel-friendly way to take CBC. The full spectrum formula includes 10 milligrams of CBC, 30 milligrams of CBC, less than 0.3 percent THC, along with other natural hemp compounds. Each bottle contains 30 CBC capsules, a 15- to 30-day supply.
CBC Distillate We are one of the few companies that provide CBC distillate. Distillate is a concentrated cannabinoid oil that is pulled from a whole plant extract. Each cannabinoid has a specific melting point, allowing extractors to locate and separate individual compounds from the rest of the oil. Extract Labs offers CBC distillate because, unlike other cannabinoids like CBD, CBG and CBN, it cannot convert into a powdered isolate. Our oil is 95 percent CBC and comes in 5, 25, or 300-gram sizes. CBC distillate works on its own or blended with other recipes.
CBC Sauce Sauce is our CBC distillate re-infused with cannabis terpenes to enhance flavor and effect. Lemon Fuel sauce includes 600 milligrams of CBC and 300 milligrams of CBD per 1-milliliter syringe. Based on the popular strain, Lemon Fuel is a Sativa-dominant hybrid that includes less than 0.3 percent THC. The syringe makes it easy to add CBC with flower, food, or other ingredients.