Cannabinodiol

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Cannabinodiol
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FormulaC21H26O2
Molar mass310.437 g·mol−1
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Cannabinodiol (also known as cannabidinodiol and CBND)[1] is a psychoactive[2] cannabinoid that is present in the plant Cannabis sativa at low concentrations.[3] It is the fully aromatized derivative of cannabidiol (CBD) and can occur as a product of the photochemical conversion of cannabinol (CBN).[4]

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  1. ^ US 9084771, McAllister SD, Desprez PY, "Methods and compositions for treating cancer", published 21 July 2015, assigned to Sutter West Bay Hospitals 
  2. ^ Lewis MM, Yang Y, Wasilewski E, Clarke HA, Kotra LP (September 2017). "Chemical Profiling of Medical Cannabis Extracts". ACS Omega. 2 (9): 6091–6103. doi:10.1021/acsomega.7b00996. PMC 6044620. PMID 30023762. Δ9-THC, cannabinol (CBN), and cannabinodiol (CBND) are known to be psychoactive
  3. ^ Robert JJCh L, Ludwig Bercht CA, van Ooyen R, Spronck HJ (1 January 1977). "Cannabinodiol: Conclusive identification and synthesis of a new cannabinoid from Cannabis sativa". Phytochemistry. 16 (5): 595–597. doi:10.1016/0031-9422(77)80023-X.
  4. ^ Elsohly MA, Slade D (December 2005). "Chemical constituents of marijuana: the complex mixture of natural cannabinoids". Life Sciences. Natureceuticals (Natural Products), Nutraceuticals, Herbal Botanicals, and Psychoactives: Drug Discovery and Drug-Drug Interactions; Volume I: Natureceuticals (Natural Products), Herbal Botanicals, Psychoactive Hallucinogens and Related Products. 78 (5): 539–48. doi:10.1016/j.lfs.2005.09.011. PMID 16199061.