Cannabidiol or CBD is only one of more than 140 cannabinoids discovered and identified in the cannabis plant (Cannabis Sativa L.) CBD is the most abundant cannabinoid in hemp plants and it can be found in the flowers and trichomes of each cannabis variety.
Interest in the therapeutic potential of CBD is rapidly increasing among scientists, physicians and users, mainly due to the numerous scientifically proven effects of CBD on our body (endocannabinoid system) and the rapid growth of a large number of CBD products.
The scientists concluded that CBD can help with insomnia, migraines, schizophrenia, cancer, dystonia and dyskinesia, epilepsy and seizures, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, ischemia, diabetes, inflammation, obesity, nerve protection, vomiting, hepatitis, liver and brain damage, sepsis, allergies, asthma, autoimmune diseases, and many skin and health problems.
Despite its widespread use, CBD (cannabidiol) has no side effects and is not harmful to our health. Furthermore, it is scientifically proven that CBD can neutralize the intoxicating effects of THC, such as forgetfulness and anxiety. Both CBD and THC are the most common and best researched cannabinoids in cannabis/hemp.