How does CBD differ from THC?
CBD and THC. What do these abbreviations even mean?
For the uninitiated, these may sound pretty confusing. However, no need to worry; we will give you a simple explanation of what these terms mean, and most importantly, how they differ from each other.
CBD is the short term for “Cannabidiol” while THC stands for “Tetrahydrocannabinol”.
They are the two natural compounds found in Cannabis plants.
Both marijuana and hemp contain THC, as well as CBD. While marijuana contains much more THC than hemp, the latter has a lot of CBD.
The factor worth noting is the distinct effect that each compound has.
In a brief explanation,
CBD is medicinal in nature.
On the contrary, THC works as a psychoactive.
CBD gets extracted from the plant and later can be used in various forms such as supplements, oils, edibles, honey, coffees, and other extracts.
Multiple studies and research shows CBD helps with certain medical conditions such as arthritis, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and chronic pain.
It is important to note that CBD products are not currently fully regulated by the FDA.
Thus, the Dr. CBDbean team makes sure our customers get CBD products that only contain ingredients listed on the label.
The market is filled with low-quality products, which do not consider the key difference between CBD and THC.
Our regular, thorough lab testing and quality checks provide you with unmatched, top-shelf CBD products.
With Dr. CDBbean you get exactly what you pay for, which is premium and high-quality products!