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Snowman Vape Pen - D8, CBD, CBT - Disposable - Fresh - 1800mg

Snowman Vape Pen - D8, CBD, CBT - Disposable - Fresh - 1800mg

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Pancakes Vape Pen - Delta 8 - Disposable - Fresh - 1800mg

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Melonatta Vape Pen - Delta 8 - Disposable - Fresh - 1800mg

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CBT Products: A Brief Breakdown

These days, the cannabinoid market seems saturated with new compounds popping up left and right. While this is true in some cases, other cannabinoids have been around for decades but just haven’t had their moment in the spotlight until now. This is the case for CBT products.

Originally discovered in the 1960s, CBT is a cannabinoid with lots to offer. Although not much is known about the mysterious compound, its effects seem to be positive, especially when used in unison with other cannabinoids. Discover more about CBT products today!

What is CBT?

CBT, or cannabitriol, was first isolated by scientists in the late 1960s and early 1970s, and it was found to be much more common in hemp than marijuana plants. The compound was actually first discovered in 1966, but its chemical structure wasn’t determined until a decade later in 1976.  According to an article published in Cannabis Tech, scientists have identified nine slightly different types of CBT, all of which are believed to be synthesized from CBDA. While similar, each of these nine types of CBT has a slightly different molecular structure.

Although the compound is more prominent in hemp than in marijuana, CBT is not always present in cannabis, and when it is, it is only found in small concentrations. Because of this, it has been hard for scientists to extract and study its properties and effects.

Although there have been virtually no studies on the benefits or effects of CBT, the compound has popped up in some other studies. In 2007, for example, a study was conducted on the addictive effects of THC. Researchers were seeking potential compounds that could mitigate the psychoactive components of tetrahydrocannabinol. Their findings placed CBT as “the major degradation production of this reaction, demonstrating the ability of an antibody to catalyze a complex chemical transformation with therapeutic implications for treating marijuana abuse.”

In plain English, CBT was shown to mitigate the negative effects of THC on the body. That said, there are no other studies to confirm these findings. If they are true, however, it could mean that CBT is likely a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that, when taken alongside THC, can lessen psychoactive effects.

Another study, conducted in 1983, showed that CBT could potentially reduce intraocular eye pressure, so it may be useful in the treatment of glaucoma, just like many other cannabinoids. Some anecdotal evidence also suggests that the presence of CBT may enhance CBD’s effects on pain relief, but more research is needed on that topic.

Additionally, despite the lack of scientific research on CBT, many scientists are supporters of the entourage effect, or the idea that the presence of cannabis compounds, including cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids, create a synergistic effect that enhances existing properties and produces more optimal benefits.

So, if there isn't that much research on the cannabinoid, why use CBT in the first place?

Out of the nine distinct forms of CBT, CBT-C has received significant attention partially due to its presence outside of cannabis. In fact, CBT-C is one of the only cannabinoids that exists naturally in other plants. CBT-C is also isolatable from a type of rhododendron used in Traditional Chinese Medicine that is still widely used to this day. This indicates that CBT may have potential medical applications, whether derived from cannabis or other medicinal plants.

Additionally, CBT is known to be a natural agent that prevents crystallization, which is great news for people using CBT via disposable vapes or carts, especially when combined with other cannabinoids. The presence of CBT in a vaping product may remove the need for external thinning agents that help in keeping the cart from crystalizing.

How Strong is CBT?

CBT is currently not known to cause any psychoactive effects, and its potency is thought to be similar to that of CBD. However, as previously mentioned, CBT needs to be further studied before any conclusive claims can be made.

How Are CBT Products Made?

CBT is a natural phytocannabinoid, so it is not inherently synthetic. That said, because it occurs in such low concentrations, CBT is often isomerized from other compounds. We know, we know. This sounds a lot like that chemistry lesson you didn’t really understand in high school, but it’s actually quite simple.

All cannabinoids are derived from CBGA, or cannabigerolic acid, also known as the “mother cannabinoid” or the “mother of all cannabinoids,” for obvious reasons. Because all cannabinoids, from CBD to THC, come from the same source, their molecular structures are strikingly similar. Cannabinoid isomerization simply refers to the process by which the chemical structure of one cannabinoid molecule is rearranged to form a different compound.

So, in essence, the atoms in CBD, for example, can be shaken up and arranged to create CBT, beginning with a preexisting compound but ending in the effects and properties of another. This is achieved by triggering a chain of chemical reactions that create the adequate conditions that help create a new compound. So, even though CBT occurs naturally in cannabis and other plants, there is too little of it to meet market demands, leading scientists to develop cutting-edge technology that is able to create more of it by using hemp-derived CBD.

Is CBT Legal?

In accordance with the Farm Bill of 2018, CBT derived from hemp containing up to 0.3% THC is federally legal in the United States. Additionally, it is not scheduled under the Controlled Substances Act in the United States or regulated under the UN Convention on Psychotropic Substances.

That said, some states have taken the steps to ban hemp-derived cannabinoids, so be sure to check your state’s hemp legislation before attempting to purchase the cannabinoid.

Are CBT Products Safe?

CBT products are safe as long as they are sourced from the right retailer. Because the FDA does not monitor the manufacturing or distribution of hemp-derived cannabinoids, it’s important to find a company that aligns with your personal values regarding safety and quality. There are a plethora of manufacturers creating and selling all sorts of hemp compounds, but there’s only a handful that you can trust.

Here at Diamond, all of our products are made using American-grown, pesticide and herbicide-free, organic hemp. Our extraction processes are performed by knowledgeable and qualified scientists that keep safety and quality in mind. Additionally, all of our products undergo rigorous third-party lab testing that ensures the purity, potency, and quality of our cannabinoids meets a strict standard.

How Do CBT Products Compare to Other Cannabinoids?

CBT products are, evidently, much different from many of the other cannabinoids we offer here at Diamond. From what we know, it seems to be part of the non-psychoactive group of cannabinoids, including other compounds like CBD, CBN, and CBDV. Other compounds, like delta 8, delta 9, delta 10, HHC, and THCO, are psychoactive, with delta 10 being the mildest and THCO being the strongest.

But how do their effects compare? In order to make matters a little easier to process, here’s a chart that explains each cannabinoid’s properties.

Different Cannabinoids & Their Effects

Cannabinoid

Effects

Delta 8

  • Relaxation
  • Appetite boost
  • Pain relief
  • Better sleep
  • Euphoria
  • Mood boost
  • Anti-nausea
  • Analgesic
  • Anti-anxiety
  • Anti-inflammatory

Delta 9

  • Appetite boost
  • Mood boost
  • Creativity and motivation boost
  • Discomfort and pain relief
  • Potential treatment for PTSD and seizures
  • Reduces symptoms of anxiety

Delta 10

  • Stress relief
  • Relaxation
  • Uplifting and euphoric properties
  • Increased focus and creativity
  • Energy boost

CBD

  • Anti-stress
  • Anti-convulsant
  • Muscle relaxant
  • Anti-nausea
  • Sleep regulation
  • Analgesic
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Relieves symptoms of anxiety and depression

HHC

  • Pain relief
  • Euphoria
  • Relaxation
  • Reduced inflammation
  • Nausea and vomiting relief
  • Better sleep 

THCO

  • Increased appetite
  • Sleep supportive properties
  • Pain and stress relief
  • Euphoria
  • Enhanced creativity
  • Bodily relief
  • Relaxation
  • Anxiolytic properties

THCV

  • Appetite suppressant
  • Increasing satiety
  • Metabolism regulation
  • Anxiety management

CBN

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Analgesic
  • Sedative effects
  • Appetite regulation
  • Sleep regulation

CBDV

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-nausea
  • Stress management
  • Relaxation
  • Better sleep
  • Relieves minor pain issues
  • Reduces anxiety

Different CBT Products Available at Diamond

At Diamond, we’ve got an array of products that contain CBT. Although research on the compound is still in its infancy, it seems to have a positive safety profile not unlike those of other, better studied cannabinoids, so ingesting CBT from a reliable source like our store should come with virtually no short- or long-term side effects.

Our CBT products aren’t 100% CBT, as they’re part of our line of blends that allow you to reap the benefits of all your favorite cannabinoids in one delicious inhale. Using a blended product also allows you to experience the entourage effect, which occurs when different cannabinoids in hemp interact with each other and create a synergetic effect that amplifies the properties of each compound.

Our best-selling blended products containing CBT include:

  • Snowman Vape Pen by Fresh (1800mg), which contains:
    • 360mg of delta 8
    • 360mg of CBT
    • 360mg of CBC
    • 360mg of CBN
    • 360mg of CBD
  • Pancakes Vape Pen by Fresh (1800mg), which contains:
    • 360mg of delta 8
    • 360mg of CBC
    • 360mg of CBT
    • 360mg of CBG
    • 360mg of CBD
  • Melonatta Vape Pen by Fresh (1800mg), which contains:
    • 257.2 mg of delta 8
    • 257.2 mg of CBD
    • 257.2 mg of CBN
    • 257.2 mg of CBC
    • 257.1 mg of CBG
    • 257.1 mg of CBT
    • 257.1 mg of CBDV

CBT: Some Final Thoughts

CBT products can prove to be indispensable for cannabis users. From its potential abilities to offset the heavy psychoactive effects of THC to its promising properties that enhance CBD’s pain-relieving effects, CBT works wonders on the body, especially when paired with other cannabinoids.

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