CBD VS THC: A QUICK OVERVIEW
Hemp and Cannabis are plants from the same family, but differ in their concentrations of CBD and THC. Hemp contains higher amounts of CBD and low to negligible amounts of THC . Cannabis is the opposite - high levels of THC and low levels of CBD.
THC is the plant-based cannabinoid found abundantly in marijuana that causes intoxicating psychoactive effects.
Full-spectrum CBD contains a significant number of potentially beneficial plant compounds, including omega-3 fatty acids, plant flavonoids, and terpenes. Full-spectrum CBD only contains trace amounts of THC, certainly not enough to cause any intoxication.
Full spectrum CBD contains trace amounts of THC, but not enough to cause intoxication. By means of comparison, it may be helpful to know that the CBD extracted from marijuana commonly contains 5-30 percent THC. Whereas, to be classified as industrial hemp, the extracted oil must contain 0.3 percent THC or less. Full spectrum products sold in the UK must contain no more than 0.2% THC.