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    "CBN: Cannabinol is somewhat psychoactive at roughly 10% the activity of THC. CBN is a breakdown product that occurs when THC is exposed to light or heat. CBN causes drowsiness and reduces spasms"

    In particular, CBN reduces the vascular spasms of a migraine, which is why I like a late-harvest cannabis. Something you *won't* be getting from any of the MMP$ con-artists.
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    Hi Groo CBN is found in old weed, Like you said from breakdown. Dr Courteney interesting enough says that CBN activates stem-cells also.

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    http://skunkpharmresearch.com/decarboxylation/

    When we heat cannabis to convert the THCA and CBDA into THC and CBD, we are also converting THC to CBN at a faster rate. At about 70% decarboxylation, we actually start converting THC to CBN at a faster rate than we are converting THCA to THC, so as you can see by the following graph, after about 70% decarboxylation, the levels of THC actually start to fall sharply.

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