As a heptyl homolog of the much used and well-known cannabinoid CBD (cannabidiol), cannabidiphorol (CBD-P) won’t make you high like its chemical cousin, THCP (tetrahydrocannabiphorol).

However, this compound does make its mark inside of the body and nervous system, activating receptors and influencing the chemicals swimming around in your brain.

Most cannabinoids, like the well-known THC and CBD, have a five-link side chain in their molecular structure.

The chemistry behind the reason why CBDP is different rests in this: instead of a five-link chain, CBDP and THCP have seven-link side chains that affect how they bind to CB1 and CB2 receptors, which ultimately heighten the physical and cerebral effects.


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