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Hemp tincture CBD-CBDA, high CBD strain content. A non-psychoactive, highly therapeutic compound in hemp known as CBD, or cannabidiol, is often confused with marijuana, but is certainly not the same. Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of over 80 cannabinoids, natural compounds found in Cannabis Indica plant. An important difference between the two is that CBD rich hemp doesn’t contain (or contains only traces of) THC, a component that provides pyschoactive, cerebral high. Hemp tincture CBD-CBDA.
Hemp tincture CBD-CBDA (Trompetol) CBD-CBDA Hemp rich strain is a hemp infusion with a pleasant flavor with a higher content and concentration of CBD, a cannabinoid extract with its active ingredients obtained from flowers, stems, seeds and leaves of the hemp plant that have been ecologically grown in the European Union, handpicked, dried through a natural process and packaged manually.
Cannabidiol (CBD) came out to the world in a big way after this simple plant chemical stopped an epileptic seizure in its tracks on U.S. national television. In the time since, many enthusiasts have realized that this miracle compound can stop spasms, calm anxiety, and soothe those in chronic pain. But, what is CBD and how does it work? How is it different from THC? To help you become more familiar with the cannabinoid here is everything you need to know about CBD.
What is cannabidiol (CBD)?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most prevalent chemical compounds in the cannabis plant. Unlike the more famous molecule, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD is completely non psychoactive.
Don’t expect to get “high” off of this organic chemical, however. CBD is all relaxation without intoxication.
While CBD still has an effect on your body, consuming CBD by itself isn’t going to send you on the cerebral adventure associated with THC. For decades, medical professionals and the general public overlooked CBD because psychoactive cannabis took center stage.
Now, the medical potential of CBD has taken cannabis to mainstream audiences. Preclinical trials over the past four decades have found that the cannabinoid shows promise as an:
- anti-tumoral agent
CBD is often used by patients in the form of an oil. Patients with more chronic conditions such as cancer and epilepsy often use medical cannabis oil extracted from high-CBD varieties of cannabis.