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In the years following the commission, some scientists were intrigued enough to pry apart the mysteries of “Indian Hemp.” CBN was the first cannabinoid successfully isolated from charas (otherwise known as hand-rubbed hashish) by British researchers in 1896 and, in 1933, was the first cannabinoid to have its chemical structure successfully elucidated.

Once thought to be the primary source of the psychoactive effects associated with marijuana, CBN has an ancient tie to cannabis’ first concentrate, hashish, and is now being explored and isolated to provide relief for conditions like insomnia.

Being that CBN is a product of THC’s decay, one might be asking what purpose CBN might serve, but — as with all cannabinoids — it seems to have a fair amount of therapeutic potential. Those early researchers weren’t entirely wrong about what CBN was doing to our bodies, though slightly confused about its place in the entourage, so to speak. Writing in 1907, English scientist David Hooper stated, “Cannabinol when taken internally induces delirium and sleep.” Modern research has backed up this statement.

A Cannabinoid in Decay

Alta California, a cannabinoid tincture company, offers an “Insomnia Relief” tincture that is advertised as being 50 percent THC and 50 percent CBN. CBN’s other wellness-enhancing properties include an ability to mitigate anxiety and PTSD conditions, which is what Prana Bio Medicinal’s P4 capsules and sublingual tinctures are designed for. And of course, as with nearly all cannabinoids, CBN is effective with pain conditions, and for such Mary’s Medicinals CBN-only transdermal patch may be a potential source of relief.

In the early years of cannabis research, CBN was immediately and wrongly singled out as the primary instigator for cannabis’ psychoactive effects. This confusion persisted until Dr. Raphael Mechoulam isolated THC in 1964. By 1975, Mechoulam and his associates had fully explained CBN’s existence as a product of THC’s degradation by heat and light.

“Of all the cannabinoids, CBN appears to be the most sedative,” says Steep Hill Labs.

The nation’s subsequent interest and concern in the plant’s resinous products led to the formation of the Indian Hemp Drugs Commission in 1893. This commission represents the first major Western attempt at understanding cannabis, the humble beginnings of the path that with current social tolerance allowing for greater research and access, we now see being being freshly paved into an ultra-modern freeway.

The website, linked above, is an online utopia of peer-reviewed research, helpful infographs, and forums to unite users with like-symptom patients. The standout feature, however, is the consultation with a registered nurse, whom not only personalizes your cannabinoid regimen with a combination of raw and activated products but provides a nutritional guide and access to invaluable research. I would encourage you to take advantage of this free program before deciding what Prana products best suit your needs.

In essence, THCa is what is present in the bud, the dab, the joint you’re about to inhale before it is brought in contact with heat. Raw cannabis and THCa offer man of the same anti-pain and pro-creative effects that activated THC does without psychoactivity, the “high.” Prana offers all its formulas in an activated capsule form for maximum absorption, but three of its sublinguals are made raw, and can be “activated” by either boiling the tincture bottle in water or baking it in the oven. Instructions for activation are on the bottles’ labels. Each formula also has its own unique blend of terpenes to compliment the cannabinoids (also, did you know vitamin D is a terpene?). Every formula clearly states the symptoms and conditions it is best suited for, but great success has been had from patients concocting their own personal cannabis potion.

Ever heard of Blue River Terpenes? At Barbary thus far we have only carried their collaborations in cartridges with Gold Drop Extracts and ice hash with Bubble Man, but they are also under the ACT umbrella and are present in Prana’s product. The man behind Blue River is the same behind Prana: Tony Verzura. My coworkers and I got to sit down with the man himself and essentially get a hard drive of invaluable cannabis knowledge downloaded into our heads.

When I first saw Prana Bio Medicinals’ lines of capsules and sublinguals sitting behind the Barbary bar, I was intrigued by the sheer variety in cannabinoid ratios, activated and raw (what?) cannabinoids and customizable regimens. More than intrigued, however, I was confounded about how to explain their heavily scientific approach and benchmark quality of their products to the average consumer. I speak for every budtender when I say: I am not a doctor. I do not have a degree or any education in the medical field, but I know my club’s products and I know when to make a recommendation and when to let a professional step in. Prana’s products are part of a bigger community, the Advanced Cannabinoid Therapy network.

Prana has five formulations, P1 THC, P2, 3:1 CBD:THC P3 1:1 CBD:THC, P4 1:1 CBD:CBN, and P5 CBD, but it’s really more like 8 or 11 formulations because P1-3 can be used raw or activated. Now you may be thinking: what is raw? Doesn’t cannabis need to be heated (via vaporizer, lighter, enail) in order to work? Yes and no. I am working on a post dedicated to non-psychoactive products and what positive results non-psychoactive cannabinoids can have on the human body. Here is an excerpt: