Cannabidiol (CBD)

A nonpsychoactive component derived from the cannabis plant, especially Cannabis sativa or C. indica, or produced synthetically. CBD has been studied as a treatment for epilepsy and marketed as a dietary supplement for the management of chronic pain, inflammation, and anxiety.

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-intoxicating phytocannabinoid[1] found in the cannabis plant. CBD products have gained popularity in recent years for their potential therapeutic benefits, including reducing anxiety, pain, and inflammation, and improving sleep. CBD products are available in various forms, including oils, capsules, creams, and edibles.

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