Cannabidiol or CBD for short, is one of many phytocannabinoid compounds found in agricultural hemp (also known as Cannabis) and easily the most recognized cannabinoid in the plant besides Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), it’s equally beneficial but psychoactive and Schedule-I phytocannabinoid partner-in-crime. It has been recognized for its benefits on human and animal health and is capable of affecting nearly every biological process as our own bodies contain their own endocannabinoid system.
CBD is non-psychoactive (i.e. it does not result in feelings of euphoria or being “high”) and has a remarkable safety profile. As research on Cannabis continues many cultures throughout the world recognize this and have begun to formulate products with cannabidiol for daily consumption throughout the United States.
(tetrahydrocannabinol) remains classified as a Schedule I drug in the U.S.,
because of the usefulness of industrialized hemp, heightened awareness of Cannabidiol,
CBD-rich hemp products with negligible amounts of THC (.3% or less) are legal
to be sold to the public.
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