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CB9 is a new distillate of the well-known and widely used cannabinoids, and is currently the next best thing in the world of legal cannabis products.

CB9, which is derived from CBD, is a newly discovered cannabinoid found in small traces of one of the rare cannabinoid extracts. It has a natural 5 carbon chain tail just like CBD. Scientists identified the cannabinoid and created a process to safely make it. Cannabinoid CB9 is similar in structure to CBD and H4CBD, but has a proprietary difference. This slight difference makes it psychoactive in nature and can also make it difficult to detect in standard HPLC (high performance liquid chromatography) testing methods. Thus making it an excellent cannabinoid to explore.

CB9 does not crystallize, making it different from some other cannabinoids. This can affect its composition in various products, affecting its solubility, stability and mode of use.

The cannabinoid CB9 will appeal to people who are looking for a slightly more intense effect than that offered by CBD or CBG, but who are also looking for a much milder psychoactive effect than that produced by THC. The psychoactive effects of CB9 are slightly similar to those of HHC and delta-8-THC (a psychoactive cannabinoid with similar effects to delta-9-THC but with significantly lower binding to the CB1 receptor).

Now because of its manufacturing methods, it is by far the most valuable cannabinoid next to THC. However, CB9 is a distillate and so production is a bit more expensive. Furthermore, it is the future of the cannabis world, due to the fact that governments across Europe are banning HHC, HHCP, THC, THCP and other psychoactive cannabinoids, which means that scientists had to move away from these chemical structures and bring in CB9, which is not derived from THC but from legal CBD while remaining slightly psychoactive. It has relatively similar effects to those of Delta-8 THC and HHC and yet has a big advantage on its side, which is the fact that it can be used in a vaporizer without burning the throat when inhaled.

In the table below you can see the comparison between CB9 and the cannabinoids CBD, H4CBD, HHC and THC

Chemical formulaC17H20N2O6SC21H30O2C21H34O2C21H32O2C21H30O2
Occurrence in cannabisYesYes, the second most abundant cannabinoidNoYes, only in minute quantitiesYes
ProductionCBD derivative, produced by a complex chemical reaction in cannabis, with other cannabinoids such as THC and CBD serving as precursors. It is obtained by one of the extraction methods:using carbon dioxide (CO2)using solvents extraction from vegetable oilsCBD derivative, produced by hydrogenation, by adding 4 hydrogen atoms to the CBD molecule.It is usually produced by hydrogenation from CBD or from terpenes (citronellal or olivetol).THC is formed in cannabis by converting its precursor, THCA, under the action of heat.
Psychoactive propertiesYESNOMAYBEYESYES
EffectsMilder effects than THC.Not psychoactive.The H4CBD compound is similar to CBD in its effects, but with the difference that it binds more effectively to CB1 receptors.The effects are very similar to those of THC: 
Alteration of perceptioneuphoriarelaxing effectsincreased energy
Strong and sometimes debilitating effects:
sensitivity to environmental influencesfeeling of relaxationeuphoriaincreased libido range in perception
Interaction with receptors in the (ECS)Potentially different interaction with the ECS of the human body, resulting in unique effects. The interaction of CB9 with the ECS is still a subject of research.Low affinity, functions as a modulator of CB1 and CB2 receptors. It also affects adenosine, serotonin and vanilloid receptors.Molecule 9R H4CBD: likely high affinity for CB1 receptors.Molecule 9R HHC: probably high affinity for CB1 receptor (but lower than THC) and low binding to CB2 receptor.THC stimulates both CB1 and CB2 endocannabinoid receptors.
therapeutic potentialPotential therapeutic benefits in areas such as:
stress and anxiety managementrelaxationrelieving symptoms of pain and inflammation
Potential to:Relieve pain and inflammationreduce anxietyystress reliefimprove sleeprelieve skin problemsSimilar to CBD, but with a more pronounced potency. 
May contribute:Sleep promotion, relaxationrelieve pain symptoms
Euphoriaincreased energypromoting relaxationimprove sleepEspecially in:relieving acute painhelp in the treatment of serious diseases (Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease Tourette's syndrome and Crohn's disease)

So to summarise we have the following

-CB9 is not HHC or an HHC-based cannabinoid.
-CB9 is not D9-THC.
-CB9 does not crystallize.
-CB9 may have further effects from our limited experience.
-CB9 is slightly psychoactive, relatively similar to the effects of D8 and HHC.
-CB9 is perfect for any country where CBD is legal, but HHC and other cannabinoids are not.
-CB9 can be vaped without a harsh sensation like H4CBD.

Products with CB9 can be found here.

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