Symrise makes synthetic cannabidiol

Symrise makes synthetic cannabidiol

The flavor and fragrance maker Symrise has developed a method to produce cannabidiol (CBD) from the citrus extract d-limonene. CBD, which is found naturally in cannabis plants but doesn’t produce a high, is prized for its anticonvulsive and anxiety- and nausea-relieving effects. Although most CBD is extracted from marijuana or hemp, other companies also use synthetic routes. For instance, the drug-chemical company Noramco produces CBD in Athens, Georgia, starting with methandienol.

https://cen.acs.org/synthesis/Symrise-makes-synthetic-cannabidiol/98/i23

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