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Chemical components of Cannabis sativa.
Proline and the steroidal mixture were isolated from an Indian variant of Cannabis sativa Linnaeus (marihuana), and neurine was isolated, for the first time, from the roots of a Mexican variant. Expand
Synthesis and antimicrobial activities of certain cannabichromene and cannabigerol related compounds.
Cannabichromene homologs, analogs, and isomers as well as the C1-homolog and isomer of cannabigerol were prepared and tested for their antimicrobial and antifungal properties. Spectral data of allExpand
Biological Activity of Cannabichromene, its Homologs and Isomers
Cannabichromene is one of four major cannabinoids in Cannabis sativa L. and is the second most abundant cannabinoid in drug‐type cannabis andAntibacterial activity was strong, and the antifungal activity was mild to moderate. Expand
Constituents of Cannabis sativa L. IV. Stability of cannabinoids in stored plant material.
Tentative evidence supports the possible formation of hexahydrocannabinol as a decomposition product in stored C . Expand
Anti-inflammatory properties of cannabichromene.
Cannabichromene was tested in vivo using the rat paw edema test and in vitro using the erythrocyte membrane stabilization assay and was as effective as phenylbutazone at equivalent doses. Expand
Anhydrocannabisativine, a new alkaloid from Cannabis sativa L.
Ethanol extracts of the leaves and roots of a Mexican variant of Cannabis sativa L. (marijuana) afforded the new spermidine alkaloid, anhydrocannabisativine, which was determined by spectral analysis and semisynthesis. Expand