CBD oil is a cannabinoid—a natural chemical constituent— found in the cannabis sativa plant. Although cannabis sativa can be bred into marijuana, nearly all commercially sold CBD oil is derived from industrial hemp, which contains less than 0.03% THC content by law and causes no psychoactive effect. CBD oil is now widely recognized for an array of potential health benefits.
What exactly is CBD?
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