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CBD:

Cannabidiol (CBD) is found in both hemp and marijuana. CBD is not psychoactive and also has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anticancer, antiviral, antifungal, and anti-seizure activity. It is legal to purchase in the United States and has become an extremely popular supplement.
Hemp is distinguished from cannabis by the level of THC. If the plant has less than 0.3% THC then it is classified as hemp and is legal to grow in the United States. Any amount of THC greater than 0.3% classifies the plant as cannabis and is highly restricted.

Hemp is becoming more popular, not only for the CBD content, but for the production of cloth fabric, paper, and may one day threaten other industries. CBD oil is primarily obtained through extraction from hemp plants.

The FDA recently approved CBD for the treatment of two rare forms of epilepsy. Otherwise, CBD is mostly used for an adjunct to THC to reduce cycle activity and anxiety.

CBN is a cannabinoid known for making patients sleepy. It is found in some strains of marijuana as well as in old or degraded marijuana flowers that have been left out in the car or for long periods of time. Many recreational users report that Marijuana that is old makes you tired.

THC:

Delta nine tetrahydrocannabinol is the psychoactive component of the cannabis plant. It is not active in the raw cannabis flower and derives only by removing the acetyl group from THCA.

THC does not have any cycle activity effects that are known. It does have anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective effects, but it is not used often in medical marijuana treatment. Instead, it is decarboxylated to form THC.

Decarboxylation must occur for the THC to become psychoactive. This is done by heating the marijuana plant at low temperatures (approximately 220°F) for over one hour. Temperatures over 300°F make this process happen quickly, but some of the terpenes are lost at higher temperatures.

This is why eating raw cannabis flower will not produce any psychoactivity. However, cannabis flower that is left in a hot car or stored for long periods of time may become psychoactive on its own and should, therefore, be avoided for consumption.

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