CBD is short for Cannabidiol. CBD is a is a natural component found in the Cannabis Sativa L plant, which has no psychoactive but therapeutic effects, since it contains less than 0.2% THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), therefore they are not psychoactive and if daily use.
The Cannabis Sativa L plant, is a very complex plant, with active ingredients that act in synergy, specifically, a cannabinoid capable of interacting with various systems of the human body and regulating aspects as diverse as blood pressure, anxiety, pain or the insomnia.
The word “cannabinoid” refers to all the chemicals that bind to the cannabinoid receptors in our body and brain. This means that they bind to existing receptors in our body, either in the central nervous system or in other parts of the body. The cannabinoids that plants produce are called phytocannabinoids, those that create a human body are endocannabinoids, and those created in the laboratory are known as cannabinoids. So far, more types of cannabinoids have been identified from the Cannabis Sativa L. plant. Below we detail the best known: Cannabidiol (CBD) Cannabidivarine (CBDV) Delta-9-tetrahidrocannabiol (delta-9-THC) Cannabigerol (CBG)