Cannabinol, commonly known as CBN, is a minor cannabinoid that lacks intoxicating properties and is formed as THC undergoes aging. Consequently, it is frequently found in higher quantities in aged cannabis. Scientists are increasingly delving into the potential benefits and effects of CBN on the body. Research suggests that CBN may possess potent antibacterial properties, stimulate appetite, and act as an anti-inflammatory agent.
Moreover, CBN shows promise as a synergist, enhancing the euphoric effects of THC, and it has been associated with inducing sleepiness. As more studies are conducted, a deeper understanding of the therapeutic potential of CBN is emerging.