CBD is the abbreviation for Cannabidiol. It is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis and after THC, it is the second most common cannabinoid in the cannabis plant. Due to its potential medical benefits, including analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anticonvulsant and anti-anxiety effects, as well as helping with neurological and gastrointestinal diseases, CBD has today exploded in popularity.
In recent years it is increasingly used in products, such as tinctures and oils, as an accessible means of reaping these benefits and imparting a feeling of relaxation and calm. If you are using CBD, it is a good idea to do some research to inform you of your dosage.
Therefore, the legality of CBD in each state varies depending on whether it comes from industrial hemp or cannabis seeds, flowers or plants.