CBD is one of the chemical substances, called cannabinoids, present in industrial hemp. Cannabidiol is occasionally used medicinally, and it is not intoxicating. It is present in everything from oils and edible candies to even activewear. The WHO has stated evidence indicates that CBD is not habit-forming and that it is well-tolerated.

We provide details about CBD: the uses, the effects and benefits of it and the products containing it. One of the most searched questions on Google is this: “What is cannabidiol” This is a sign that there is confusion regarding what it is, whether it is effective for certain health conditions and whether consuming it is legal.

Some of our posts answer these questions albeit in the context of explaining something else related to CBD. For instance, we publish comparison posts to put CBD into context and thereby, help readers better understand it.

Cannabidiol sale and consumption are legal as long as it is derived from industrial hemp or contains 0.3% THC. Many of our posts touch upon this legally allowed percentage of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in CBD.

Further, it is important to note that we do not intend to promote any specific CBD product or brand here. The content posted on this website is for informational purposes only.