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 (kăn′ə-bĭ-dī′ôl′, -ōl′, -ŏl′)
A nonpsychoactive constituent of cannabis, C21H30(OH)2.


cannabidiol (CBD)

n cannabidiol m (CBD)
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In the eight-week study cannabidiol (CBD), the active component of cannabis, was found to have significantly enhanced fracture healing.
But the debate about cannabidiol, derived from marijuana plants, is just warming up.
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Rats with fractures were given cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD), the non-hallucinatory component of the drug - and within eight weeks it had speeded up their recovery.
Kevin Eltife, R-Tyler, which would legalize oils containing cannabidiol (CBD), a component found in marijuana known to treat epilepsy and other chronic medical conditions.
Newark, NJ, has debuted Nulief, a branded nutritional supplement offering the holistic benefits associated with cannabidiol (CBD).
Clinical tests are being conducted on individual Cannabidiol affects worldwide as major drug companies muscle their way into a market now populated with upstarts.
Cannabidiol is barely present in skunklike cannabis, while it is high in hashlike cannabis, the researchers noted.
CBD refers to cannabidiol, a compound in cannabis that is described as having medical effects without getting users high.
Unlike hash, Skunk contains virtually none of the chemical cannabidiol (CBD) which, it is suggested, may act as an antidote to its more harmful effects.
Our worldwide commitment to expanding the science, awareness and benefit of our PlusCBD(TM) brand of cannabidiol oil and products is gaining traction," said Mr.
Cannabidiol contains anti-inflammatory properties; has antiproliferative/anticancer effects; and can act as an antispasmodic, antimicrobial, and antipsychotic agent.