Cannabidiol, or CBD, is the non-psychoactive compound that is revolutionizing marijuana. In 1940, the organic chemist Roger Adams was the first to isolate CBD. But it has not been until century XXI when the average consumer of cannabis has been able finally to familiarize itself with other cannabinoids different from the THC.
Scientists compete in ingenuity to obtain CBD without THC without success, the best results always give a very low THC content of less than 0.2%. We are going to explore how CBD work without THC and its benefits.
Between more than 500 natural compounds of the cannabis, it is believed that at least 85 are cannabinoides. It is amazing that in year 2017 as soon as we have scratched the surface of the cannabinoides. However, with the data at our disposal, we can at least share what we have learned so far about CBD.
Let us begin our analysis on the CBD comparing it and contrasting it with the cannabinoid that better we know, the THC.