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Cannabinoids are the naturally occurring chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant that account for its unique effects on the human body. At least 85 cannabinoids have been distinctly identified, and over 112 cannabinboids are believed to exist. The two primary cannabinoids, however, are Cannabidiol (CBD) and Tetrahydrocannibinol (THC).
As more states move to legalize medicinal and recreational use of cannabis, and as Federal law adjusts to shifting perceptions of the plant, cannabis products are becoming more common. The 2018 farm bill legalized industrial hemp cultivation, which made CBD (or cannabidiol) legal in every state, while 10 states, as of 2019, have legalized recreational marijuana, and 33 permit medicinal marijuana.
You have likely heard much about "hemp oil." But hemp oil is not a singular product. Rather, consider it the general name for several types of products. One of those is full spectrum hemp oil, or FHSO for short.
If you are considering CBD and have spent any amount of time researching how cannabidiol (CBD) interacts with our bodies, you have likely read about the endocannabinoid system and the critical role it plays in our physical and mental well-being. But how does the endocannabinoid system work and how does CBD optimize the system’s impact?
CBD is short for Cannabidiol, a naturally occurring molecular compound found in hemp (also called industrial hemp) the non-psychoactive variety of the cannabis (marijuana) plant.