What is CBD?
CBD is an acronym for Cannabidiol (Can-a-bi-di-ol), a prominent naturally occurring class of molecules called cannabinoids found in hemp. CBD comprises up to 40% of the plant and is one of over 60 plus compounds found in this plant. Of these compounds, CBD is present in the highest concentrations and are therefore the most recognized and studied. CBD is a non-psychoactive component of the plant that possesses a wide range of benefits and does not cause a high, unlike THC. Our bodies process an endocannabinoid system that can benefit from cannabinoids. According to some research, CBD may be the single most important cannabinoid ever discovered.