The Endocannabanoid System
January 19, 2018

What Is CBD (Cannabidiol)?

CBD (Cannabidiol)

is 1 of 60 compounds

found in Cannabis. CBD (Cannabidiol) is the second most prevalent compound (second only to THC) in cannabis. CBD belongs to a class of molecules called phyto-cannabinoids and is non-psychoactive.This is the part of the plant that keeps you healthy, not high. The more we learn about CBD, the more it seems poised to revolutionize medicine as we know it. Cannabidiol Isn’t Psychoactive One of the most crucially important qualities of CBD is its lack of psycho-activity. In layperson’s terms, this means that cannabidiol won’t get you high. Unlike THC, the cannabinoid with the legendary power of producing euphoric sensations, CBD is inert. So when taken on its own, users experience none of the sensations of being stoned. And this is the single most important property of the cannabinoid from the medical—and legal—perspective.