What is Cannabidiol (CBD)

by shaun jarvis

February 15, 2021 - 1 min read

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of 140 chemical compounds called cannabinoids, commonly found in the Cannabis plant of the Cannabaceae family. CBD is non-psychoactive, while other cannabinoids like THC produce the psychotropic ‘high’ effects associated with marijauna. Marijuana is not CBD, CBD is a single compound that can be, both found in cannabis and also synthesized, and marijauna is a type of plant that naturally produces compounds like THC and CBD. To the medical research community, and the general public, CBD is one of the most promising of these compounds. CBD is being researched for a wide variety of treatments, including pain management, anxiety relief, inflammation reduction, gastrointestinal support, and mobility therapies. 

Pureform CBD is the first CBD made from terpenes and made without any hemp or cannabis. Pureform’s CBD is molecularly identical to CBD from hemp and cannabis without any pesticides, mycotoxins and THC. Pureform is the only CBD that doesn’t have any THC ever  and is free from the impurities and toxicity commonly found in hemp and cannabis derived CBD.


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