CBD, known as Cannabidiol is one of a number of cannabinoids which makes up the cannabis plant, it is known to be the non-intoxicating compound found within the plant.
Accounting for around forty percent of the cannabis plant’s extract, CBD has become the focal point of researches looking to identify the benefits of CBD. Unlike THC, CBD is non-psychoactive and therefore, eliminates the adverse effect of impairing consumer’s cognitive ability.
High-CBD strains allow consumers to remain clear-headed and functional without having to deal with the ‘euphoric high’ which is generally associated with high THC strains.
As a result, the demand for high CBD strains has grown rapidly over the last few years leading some breeders to focus on breeding high level CBD cannabis seeds to meet the growing demands of CBD. To add to this, CBD has also vastly increased in popularity since a number of researches have indicated therapeutic properties associated with CBD, leading to the medical cannabis user’s community opting for the said compound.