Marijuana-derived CBD

Marijuana-derived CBD refers to the cannabidiol (CBD) that is extracted from the cannabis plant, particularly from strains that are classified under the umbrella term “marijuana.” CBD is one of the numerous compounds, known as cannabinoids, found in the Cannabis sativa plant. Unlike its psychoactive counterpart, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD does not produce a high or intoxication. The distinction between marijuana-derived CBD and hemp-derived CBD lies in the levels of THC present in the final product. Marijuana plants typically contain higher concentrations of THC, which is why products derived from them may also contain higher levels of THC, potentially yielding psychoactive effects. This is in contrast to hemp, which is legally defined in many regions as a cannabis plant containing no more than 0.3% THC by dry weight, making its derived CBD products non-intoxicating. The legal status of marijuana-derived CBD varies by jurisdiction, as it is often tied to the legal status of marijuana itself, which is still considered illegal under federal law in the United States but has been legalized or decriminalized for medical or recreational use in many states and countries around the world. Marijuana-derived CBD is used for a variety of therapeutic purposes, including the management of pain, inflammation, anxiety, seizures, and other medical conditions, although its efficacy and safety are still under investigation in various clinical studies.

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