Cannabidivarinic acid (CBDVa) is another minor cannabinoid found in cannabis sativa. It is the acidic version of cannabidivarin (CBDv). CBDVa is non-psychoactive, which means that it does not induce a “high” when it is taken. This should be reassuring for those who may want to try this cannabinoid but are worried about mind-altering effects.
CBDVa is usually found in trace amounts within more common cannabis plants in North America. However, CBDVa is found at high levels within cannabis plants found in Nepal and India.
CBDVa is produced within raw cannabis. The best way to ingest the benefits of cannabidivarinic acid is by juicing. Juicing is an excellent way to receive any unique cannabinoids benefits. Recently, there has been a lot of research on CBDV (CBDVa’s non-acidic version) and the results are promising. With such similarities between CBDv and CBDva, it is quite likely that they hold similar benefits.
One of these benefits is its anti-inflammatory properties. In fact, nearly all the cannabinoids found in the plant exhibit this property. Many physicians believe that inflammation is responsible for a host of conditions within Western society. With that being the case, CBDVa could be a potent remedy for several issues.
Cannabidivarinic acid also has the potential to prevent vomiting and nausea in patients undergoing chemotherapy. That benefit would bring much-needed relief to individuals struggling with cancer. Chemotherapy may become less difficult for the patient if CBDVa were administered. Adding it to one’s diet in raw cannabis smoothies may be beneficial.
Additionally. CBDv is known for being an anticonvulsant and antiepileptic aid. The same can be assumed about CBDVa. Potentially, cannabidivarinic acid could help reduce convulsions during seizures, although more research is needed. The compound also could reduce the number of seizures an individual will experience.
The fact that CBDVa may be able to help with everything from inflammation to seizures is astonishing. As researchers delve deeper into the minor cannabinoids, the more we become aware of the possible life-changing benefits of these all-natural compounds.
By Andrea, published on echoconnection.org