in short

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a substance present in Cannabis, and is part of the family of cannabinoids. Recently, studies demonstrated various effects mainly due to these cannabinoids (of which THC and CBD are the most commun ones), but also terpenes. They are contained in different proportions depending on the strains/varieties. The cannabinoid for which the interest recently increased is cannabidiol (CBD). Indeed, until recently the interest in Cannabis mainly concerned THC, or 9-tetrahydrocannabinol, and the majority of the existing varieties of Cannabis contained a lot of THC and little CBD. People did look for the 'stoned' effect and 'got high' with THC; there is more to Cannabis than only THC. Learn more about CBD on Wikipedia, from scientific references, health sector references, product classifications, and recommendations from the web.

a list of CBD / Hemp / Cannabis / THC related articles

Synthetic vs. Whole Plant CBD

Published in the journal Pharmacology & Pharmacy (Feb. 2015), the article directly challenges one of the sacred cows of Big Pharma and the medical-industrial complex -- the notion that “crude” botanical preparations are inherently low grade and less effective than pure, single-molecule compounds. -

CBD & THC ratio ?

Understanding the cannabinoids Synergies between CBD:THC. High therapeutic potential use: anti-psychotic, relaxing, used in epilepsy treatments -

What's CBD-rich cannabis good for? While a CBD-dominant cannabis remedy with little THC is not intoxicating, it’s not necessarily the most effective treatment option. That’s because CBD and THC can amplify each other’s therapeutic effects. -

the Entourage Effect

The interaction of various compounds in marijuana is known as the ‘entourage effect. -

the Rick Simpson Oil inspired extraction technic

This article describes how some of the Cannaliz products are made: