Cannabidiol, or more commonly known as CBD, is one of more than a hundred “phytocannabinoids” unique to the cannabis plant, accounting for up to 40 per cent of the plant's extract.
CBD does not have the same psychoactive effects as THC, but the compounds work best when they interact in synergy. This has been proven in scientific studies.
There are multiple ways CBD can be taken, including inhalation of cannabis smoke or vapour, by mouth as a tincture, and oils, to name a few methods.
With the current data about CBD, we are becoming more educated about its multitude of wellness applications. In the meantime, we'll stick to the facts, and continue to exercise due diligence.