Medical Definition of CBD. (Entry 1 of 2) : a nonintoxicating cannabinoid found in cannabis and hemp: cannabidiol Under Leni's Law, named for a child whose daily seizures are mitigated by CBD usage, CBD oils can't contain more than 3% THC "relative to CBD." Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most prevalent found in the cannabis plant, and it is emerging as a promising therapy for many illnesses that experts have previously considered to be untreatable.
Although there are many cannabinoids, CBD and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are the two people are most familiar with. THC exists in large quantities in cannabis plants – it’s the cannabinoid that’s responsible for most of the psychoactive effects that cause cannabis users to get, and feel, “high.”
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When you inhale and exhale aerosol is referred to as vapour, which is produced by an e-cigarette or similar device. The term is used because e-cigarettes do not produce tobacco smoke, but rather an aerosol, often mistaken for water vapour, that actually consists of fine particles. Many of these particles contain varying amounts of toxic chemicals, which have been linked to cancer, as well as respiratory and heart disease.
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