Cannabiripsol: A novelCannabis constituent

  title={Cannabiripsol: A novelCannabis constituent},
  author={E. G. Boeren and Mahmoud A. Elsohly and Carlton E. Turner},
Cannabiripsol [(−)(6aR, 9S, 10S, 10aR)9,10-dihydroxy-hexahydrocannabinol] (1), a new cannabinoid was isolated from a South African Cannabis variant. The structure was determined by spectral means and by synthesis. 
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Isolation and Pharmacological Evaluation of Minor Cannabinoids from High-Potency Cannabis sativa.
Seven new naturally occurring hydroxylated cannabinoids (1-7), along with the known cannabiripsol (8), have been isolated from the aerial parts of high-potency Cannabis sativa and the results indicated that compound 3 exerted the most potent cannabimimetic-like actions in the tetrad assay.
Pitfalls in the analysis of phytocannabinoids in cannabis inflorescence
The present review outlines all the possible pitfalls that can be encountered during the analysis of these compounds and aims to be a valuable help for the analytical chemist.
Phytocannabinoids: a unified critical inventory.
The integrated inventory of these compounds and their biological macromolecular end-points highlights the opportunities that phytocannabinoids offer to access desirable drug-like space beyond the one associated to the narcotic target CB1.


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The structures of 2 new polyhydroxylated cannabinoids, (±)9, 10-dihydroxy-Δ 6a(10a)-tetrahydorcannabinol and (±)8, 9-dihydroxy-Δ 6a(10a)-tetrahydrocannabinol, obtained from a hexane extract of an
Constituents of Cannabis sativa L. VII: use of silyl derivatives in routine analysis.
Naturally occurring cannabinoids previously impossible to separate and analyze were quantitated on a routine basis using silylation. Relative retention times of many silylated cannabinoids are
The use of labelled analogues for the determination of mass spectrometric fragmentation mechanisms of cannabinoids. A re‐investigation of the formation of the most abundant fragment ion [C15,H19,O2]+ in Δ1(6)tetrahydrocannabinol
The routes leading to the formation of the most prominent fragment ion [C15H19O2]+ (m/e 231) in the cannabinoid Δ1(6) tetrahydrocannabinol were investigated with the aid of deuterium labelled