Nature’s Twin – Bioidentical Cannabinoids for Your Health and Wellness Products

We have been able to reliably manufacture rare (minor) cannabinoids that are bioidentical to those found in the plant. This means that our cannabinoids have an identical molecular structure to the cannabinoids found in the Cannabis plant. Now we are bringing them to commercial scale as core ingredients in your health and wellness products. For health and wellness product manufacturers, we have rare cannabinoids tetrahydrocannabivarin (d9-THCV), cannabidivarin (CBDV), cannabichromene (CBC) and ultra-rare cannabinoid cannabicitran (CBTC) available for sale today in any quantity needed.


THCV Structure

Move over CBD – Rare cannabinoids are the next big thing.

Beyond THC and CBD, there are more than a hundred rare cannabinoids that have unique characteristics that may have different physiological effects. Research suggests that these rare cannabinoids, also known as minor cannabinoids, may have more beneficial effects than THC and CBD for certain applications. Until now, you couldn’t readily obtain these minor cannabinoids because of their extremely low levels in the cannabis plant, making them impractical and expensive to extract and separate from unwanted components like THC. We have pioneered the application of pharmaceutical methods like chemical synthesis and biosynthesis to produce these valuable minor cannabinoids. Interested in learning more about the scientific research of rare cannabinoids?

We know cannabinoids in depth

Call us cannabinoid nerds. What started as a desire to help a very ill neighbor turned into a passion for our co-founder, Dr. Shane Johnson. Shane was determined to learn more about cannabinoids and started to cultivate cannabis in a state-regulated environment. Concerned with quality, waste and inconsistency of agriculture, Shane turned to pharmaceutical experts in biosynthesis and synthetic chemistry to produce bioidentical cannabinoids. Since then, we have been able to produce the rare cannabinoids d9-THCV, CBDV, CBC and CBT at commercial scale.

Purity and quality you can trust

While many scientists may be able to reproduce a cannabinoid in the lab, very few can take it to large scale production. We can and we have. We produce rare, minor cannabinoids with the consistent high quality and purity needed for the health and wellness industry. Our cannabinoids are made via “pharmaceutical-quality” techniques, are lab tested, and third-party certified. We aim to be your preferred supplier of rare cannabinoid raw ingredients for your health and wellness products. Our cannabinoids can be combined in precise ratios to produce Defined Spectrum™ formulations with synergistic, so-called “entourage” or “potentiation” effects.

We don’t touch the plant

Our method is environmentally sustainable, free of pesticides, fertilizers, mold and heavy metals using pharmaceutical bioreactors. And each batch is third-party tested.

Minor Cannabinoids

Cannabichromene - CBC


Cannabichromene (CBC) is non-intoxicating cannabinoid that is believed to function by binding the CB2 receptor as well as the vanilloid receptor 1 (TRPV1) and transient receptor potential ankyrin 1 (TRPA1). The result of engaging these receptors is increased levels of natural endocannabinoids that are known to have positive effects on many body systems.

THCV Structure


Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV) is a minor cannabinoid and recognized as non-intoxicating. THCV has been shown to act as an antagonist of CB1 receptors of the endocannabinoid system as well as other endogenous receptors including GPR55 and TRPV1. THCV has been the subject of much clinical and nonclinical research into its physiological effects, with most of the research focused on studying its appetite suppressive effects.


Cannabidivarin (CBDV), is a non-intoxicating compound found in C. sativa, but unlike cannabidiol (CBD), CBDV is produced in very small amounts in hemp. CBDV has been shown to act through binding of various receptors including the ankryin-type receptor TRPA1 and vanilloid-type, TRPV1 and TRPV2 receptors. Like other CB2 agonists, CBDV is believed to produce a number of positive effects by engaging the Endocannabinoid System.


Cannabicitran (CBTC) is an ultra-rare cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant and is recognized as a non-intoxicating cannabinoid. CBTC was discovered and isolated from Lebanese Cannabis sativa in 1974.

How to order BayMedica rare, minor cannabinoids

Interested in purchasing wholesale d9-THCV, CBDV, CBC or CBTC for your health and wellness products?  You can initiate an order by emailing


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