The first National CBD Day was in 2018. Around 200 years ago, before the advent of “big pharma” humans used plant medicines from the beginning of time. Most have been tested for hundreds of centuries. Scroll back in your memory to when you first heard about CBD, the abbreviation for “cannabidiol”. Does this definition come to mind:
CBD is a compound found in the cannabis plant, used medicinally for pain relief and the reduction of epileptic seizures. While cannabidiol is mildly psychoactive (mind-altering), its physiological effects are very different from those of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).
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