Meet CannaBiMovone a new Cannabinoid in Hemp

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Le Cannabiste is leading you to meet a new Cannabinoid that very few people know, in fact nobody does. It’s called Cannabimovone. CBM is present in particular in the flowers of an old variety of Italian hemp, named the Carmagnola. Meet the Cannabimovone, a promising new cannabinoid as you will, see for diabetes and eating disorder.

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#The Carmagnole(a)

This variety which is particularly rich in CBD can already produce between 6 and 8% of the molecule. But following Merry Jane’s information it’s also the richest in a new Cannabinoid : The Cannabimovone.

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#CannabiMovone

However the real question today would be, if we’re telling you : ‘CannabiMovone’. What would you answer

” Heeeeeh ? “

Exactly, and this is why somebody had to do something about it. Cannabis Move On ! Cannamimovone, it shouldn’t be so hard to remember !

 

Now look at that magnificent beast !

Cannabimovone Molecule – Crédits Cannabis Chemistry Subdivision of DCHAS at ACS -All rights reserved

 

#CBM

The first information that Merry Jane website’s specialists are telling us, is that CBM comes in in higher levels with one variety of hemp : The Carmagnola, 7 Meters high, you remember ?

 

#Effects

It goes alone saying that studies are scarce when it comes to the CBM molecule. But the scientists found out, it would strongly interact with the levels on insulin in the human body, opening thus deep perspectives to treating the diabetes symptoms.

A freshly released Italian study seems to reveal a few potential effects on the human body from the CBM molecule.

As it should be non-psychoactive the CBM molecule would possess the following properties :

  • Antidiabétic
  • Appetite enhancer
  • Insulin regulation
  • Metabolic regulation

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At this point we ought to say a quick work about the cannabinoid receptors in the human body, which the CBM will bind with naturally.

So far, to make things quite simple, THC and CBD are binding with the  existing endocannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2. The effects resulting of this chemical transaction are well known so far.

 

Image Drgreenrelief.com – All rights reserved

The CBM which has been discovered in the early 2000’s, is escaping that rule. It interacts straight with another kid of Cannabinoid receptors freshly discovered.

  • PPARα
  • PPARγ

PPAR stands for Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor

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And this is where Cannabimovone could be displaying quite a lot of interest for the scientists. The implications on the human body would mean at the cellular level, a bette ‘renewal’ of our main organs cells.

  • Heart
  • Liver
  • Kidneys
  • Muscular network
  • Colon
  • Pancreas
  • Spleen

The PPARα and PPARγ receptors would in fact play a regulating role on the metabolic system, at the cellular level. This would directly impact the structural growth of some cancers in theory.

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More studies implicating insulino-resistance and the CBM molecule are to be expected in the upcoming 2 years. Following that we could imagine new treatments that would help to solve nutrition related problems.

It’s a bit like the THCV molecule matter, as we know already the CBM will impact the human metabolism and could help with eating disorders -in fine

 

Image crédits : Mdpi.com – Tous droits réservés

When it comes to seize the efficiency of the CBM, it has to be studied, combined together with the other Cannabis molecules. The result of this would be then called the study of entourage effects.

Beginning with the biodiversity of a plant, ending with rocket science biological techniques, the potential of medical Cannabis today seems unlimited.

 

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Sources : MDPI /// Wiley Online /// Hexagone Vert /// Facebook /// Merry Jane

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Chief redactor and founder of the international magazine : LeCannabiste.com. I'm a blogger / Journalist specialized with Cannabis informations; I was chosen by The Blinc Group Canna-business Incubator to represent them in Europe. I Do publish quite a lot of press articles and news in both English or French about the Cannabis industry in general.