1. What is cannabidiol?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a major component of cannabis and is a compound that belongs to a class of molecules known as cannabinoids. Another compound found in cannabis in high concentrations is tetrahydrocannibinol (THC) By making use of selective breeding methods, cannabis growers have managed to create strains with almost no THC levels and high CBD levels.
2. Does cannabidiol make you high?
Marijuana used as a recreational drug normally has higher levels of THC. THC is the main psychoactive component of marijuana which induces a high. CBD on its own lacks the psychoactive effects most commonly connected to marijuana use. CBD isn’t psychoactive because it doesn’t act on the same pathways in the brain that THC does.
3. What’s the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?
Industrial hemp is very fibrous, with hardly any flowering buds, while marijuana is bushier with lots of flowering buds. Marijuana usually has a high THC content and a low CBD content. Hemp has a very high CBD content, and hemp has a low THC content. Hemp is used for medicinal purposes, fiber, food, rope, paper, and more. Marijuana is usually used just medicinally and recreationally.
4. What are the medical benefits of cannabidiol?
CDB has been used as for treating epilepsy as it reduces the chance as well as severity of seizures. CBD also acts as a potent pain reducer and has been used for treating chronic pain associated with arthritis and multiple sclerosis.CBD could also be a potential medicine for treating oxidative injury, nausea and vomiting, schizophrenia, dystonia and anxiety.
5. How is cannabidiol administered medicinally?
CBD is normally sold as a dietary supplement for internal consumption.