Up to date list of Known Cannabinoids

If anyone knows of anymore please add. From the book The Handbook of Cannabis, 2014.

  1. Δ9-THC
  2. Δ9-THC acid A
  3. Δ9-THC acid B
  4. Δ9-THCV
  5. Δ9-THCVA
  6. Δ9-tetrahydrocannabiorcol
  7. Δ9-tetrahydrocannbinol-C4
  8. Δ9-trans-THCA-C4
  9. Δ9-tetrahydrocannabiorcolic acid
  10. β-fenchyl-Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinolate
  11. α-fenchyl-Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinolate
  12. epi-bornyl-Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinolate
  13. bornyl-Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinolate
  14. α-terpenyl-Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinolate
  15. 4-terpenyl-Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinolate
  16. α-cadinyl-Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinolate
  17. γ-eudesmyl-Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinolate
  18. cannabisol
  19. Δ8-THC
  20. Δ8-THC acid
  21. CBG-C5
  22. CBGA
  23. CBGM
  24. CBGAM
  25. CBGV
  26. CBGVA
  27. cannabinerolic acid
  28. γ-eudesmyl cannabigerolate
  29. α-cadinyl cannabigerolate
  30. 5-acetyl-4-hydroxycannabigerol
  31. 4-acetoxy-2-geranyl-5-hydroxy-3-n-pentylphenol
  32. (±)-6,7-trans-epoxycannabigerolic acid
  33. (±)-6,7-cis-epoxycannabigerolic acid
  34. (±)-6,7-cis-epoxycannabigerol
  35. (±)-6,7-trans-epoxycannabigerol
  36. carmagerol
  37. sesquicannabigerol
  38. CBC-C5
  39. CBCA
  40. CBCV
  41. CBCVA
  42. CBC-C3
  43. (±)- 4-acetoxycannabichromene
  44. (±)-3’’-hydroxy-Δ4’’-cannabichromene
  45. (–)-7-hydroxycannabichromane
  46. CBD
  47. CBDA
  48. CBDM
  49. CBD-C1
  50. CBD-C4
  51. CBDVA
  52. CBDV
  53. cannabimovone
  54. CBND-C5
  55. CBND-C3
  56. CBE-C5
  57. CBEA-C5 A
  58. CBEA-C5 B
  59. CBE-C3
  60. CBEA-C3 B
  61. CBL
  62. CBLA
  63. CBL-C3
  64. CBN
  65. CBNA
  66. CBN-C3
  67. cannabiorcol
  68. cannabinol methyl ether
  69. CBN-C4
  70. CBN-C2
  71. 4-terpenyl cannabinolate
  72. 8-OH-CBN
  73. 8-OH-CBNA
  74. (–)-trans-CBT-C5
  75. (–)-trans-CBT-C5
  76. (±)-cis-CBT-C5
  77. (–)-trans-CBT-OEt-C5
  78. (±)-trans-CBT-C3
  79. CBT-C3 homologue
  80. (–)-trans-CBT-OEt-C3
  81. 8-OH-CBT-C5
  82. CBDA-C5 9-O-CBT-C5 ester
  83. dehydrocannabifuran (DCBF-C5)
  84. cannabifuran (CBF-C5)
  85. 8-hydroxy-isohexahydrocannabivirin (OH-iso-HHCV-C3)
  86. cannabichromanone-C5 (CBCN-C5)
  87. cannabichromanone-C3 (CBCN-C3)
  88. cannabicitran (CBR-C5)
  89. 10-OXO-Δ6a(10a)-tetrahydrocannabinol (OTHC)
  90. (–)-Δ9-cis-(6aS, 10aR)-tetrahydrocannabinol (cis-Δ9-THC)
  91. cannabiripsol (CBR)
  92. cannabitetrol (CBTT)
  93. (−)-Δ7-trans-(1R, 3R, 6R)-isotetrahydrocannabivarin-C3 (trans-iso-7-THCV)
  94. (±)-Δ7-cis-isotetrahydrocannabivarin-C3 (Cis-iso-Δ7-THCV)
  95. (−)-Δ7-trans-(1R, 3R, 6R)-isotetrahydrocannabinol-C5 (trans-iso-Δ7-THCV)
  96. cannabichromanone-B
  97. cannabichromanone-C
  98. cannabichromanone-D
  99. (–)-7R-cannabicourmarone
  100. (–)-7R-cannabicourmaronic acid
  101. 4-acetoxy-2-geranyl-5-hydroxy-3-n-pentylphenol
  102. 2-geranyl-5-hydroxy-3-n-pentyl-1,4-benzoquinone
  103. 5-acetoxy-6-geranyl-3-n-pentyl-1,4-benzoquinone
  104. cannabioxepane (CBX)
  105. 9α-hydroxyhexahydrocannabinol
  106. 7-oxo-9α-hydroxyhexa-hydrocannabinol
  107. 10α-hydroxyhexahydrocannabinol
  108. 10aR-hydroxyhexahydrocannabinol
  109. Δ(9)-THC aldehyde A
  110. 8-oxo-Δ(9)-THC
  111. 10aα-hydroxy-10-oxo-Δ(8)-THC
  112. 9α-hydroxy-10-oxo-Δ(6a,10a)-THC
  113. 1’S-hydroxycannabinol


canflavin C (105)
chrysoeriol (106)
6-prenylapigenin (107)
glycoside apigenin-6,8-di-C-β-D-glucopyranoside (108)


β-sitosteryl-3- O-β-D-glucopyranoside-2′-O-palmitate (109)
acetyl stigmasterol (110)
α-spinosterol (111)
daucosterol (112)


I do believe Kaempferol is in cannabis. Not sure the form exactly though. Also canflavin A and B. And ∆10/∆11 THC? Or those dont count because they dont occur naturally?


Anandamide, beta caryophyllene. Are we talking naturally occuring in the plant, or?

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Delta 8 doesn’t occure naturally and it’s on there, neither does delta 8 a thc lol


Delta 10, delta 6a10a


What’s the name of the stereo isomers of the ones above?

I believe theres atleast 4 isomers of delta 10, plus there carboxylated forms

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I thought delta 8 occurs naturally in very small amounts? I’ll check it out. Either way, I would like to keep this list from compounds found in the cannabis plant.

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I’ve never seen it in flower. Only disty,

Delta 8 a isnt naturally occurring for sure

Also thc a b isnt naturally occurring

Guarantee delta 9 aldehyde a isnt naturally occurring either

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I’ve seen BHO test results with 1.5% d8


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4883105/ That’s for the Aldehyde. Still looking for Delta 8, I’ve seen some uncited stuff, and super old articles. I really don’t want to pay for the articles to confirm though. Anyone have an account with any journals or ACS Publications???

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Delta 8 is found on. Dried flower of close to the equator growing strains
Punta roja Colombians
Swaziland native
And some times on South African native steains



copy the link of the paper here and access everything


Holy fucking shit! God bless you for that link! Wow man, you should get some kind of badge for that! Thanks!


I would still love to see a flower test result with delta 8 in it

You’re not going to isomerize thc into delta 8 on a flower.

If an spd doesnt always do it how would it occur in a flower?

No stain grows delta 8

I know high times quoted guild extracts as saying it comes from flower, I’ve never seen a test to prove it though

How would it have isomerized in my cls?


Both THC-a-b and D8 occur naturally in very small amounts.

Most flower tests aren’t going be sensitive enough to see it in the amounts they occur.

“ The crystal and molecular structure of D9-tetrahydrocannabinolic acid B” suggests it occurs naturally.

D8 is the formed with acid catalysis, with the varying composition of trichome heads, it wouldn’t be a big stretch for it to form in small amounts in aged samples. Working with fresh samples, your unlikely to see it.

Like CBN, d8 would represent a degradation product. While not made directly by the plant, it still occurs “naturally”(one of the worst most vague word in modern times)


“The crystal and molecular structure of D9-tetrahydrocannabinolic acid B”


Phytocannabinoids: a unified critical inventory Lum ́ır Ondˇrej Hanuˇs,a Stefan Martin Meyer,b Eduardo Mun ̃oz,c Orazio Taglialatela-
Scafatid and Giovanni Appendino


Sensi seeds in their attempt to produce high yielding thcv strains
Have noticed that delta8 amounts
Also increase in minute amounts
In these cultivated strains
The origin of the strains used in this program are al afrikan land races
In a attempt to create original Acapulco
Gold strain using a punta roja in the mix the same occurred a slight rise of delta 8 was noticed it is most probably
The effect of an enzyme that is more present in the summer time or permanently there close to the equator


I was of the understanding that d8 was an isomer like cbd not the product of degradation or oxidation like cbn,