What is CBDa?

CBDa is Cannabidiolic Acid, the precursor to CBD (Cannabidiol).

CBDa is converted to CBD when the plant is exposed either heat or Carbon Dioxide. (decarboxylation).

CBDa interacts with the endocannabinoid system by inhibiting the cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) enzyme. COX-2 enzymes are associated with inflammation after an injury or infection, so by blocking COX-2 enzymes, CBDa can relieve inflammation and associated pain.1

CTFO has produced a patented 10xPURE oil that contains CBDa and carried out an exploratory scientific endeavour to assess how 10xPURE affects the absorption and stability of full spectrum CBD in hemp oil. This study found that CBDa was not detected in liver cells when CBD was taken with the standard hemp oil, but was present in the cells when taken with the 10xPURE. Full details and results can be downloaded here.

The following video explains more about CBDa and 10xPURE

This article has been rewritten, in more detail, on www.hempcbd.business.


Since I started researching and promoting CBD, I have been asked a lot of questions, which I am answering in a series of blog posts, under the FAQ tag. This is one of those posts. Click here to view the rest.

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