CBD Research

What is CBD:

Cannabinoids are known as CBD, they are the mineral aspect of the cannabis plant known as hemp. The cannabinoid is known to have certain effects, but does not contain traces (or minimal amounts) of THC (psychoactive effects). (Wilson, 2017)

Cannabididoil is a pleiotropic drug in that it produces many effects through multiple molecular pathways” (Project CBD, 2018). 


CBD produces calming effects as well as a compound known as anxiolytic. In studies, these have shown to have calming like effects when administered to animals. In studies CBD has shown to have calming effects and shows decrees in anti anxiety. (de Mello Schier, 2014)

Is CBD legal to purchase in the United States:

Yes, basically, CBD must only contain a minimal amount of THC (0.3%) and be derived from industrial hemp. This is a law that was passed in the 2013 bill called “Farmers Bill” limiting CBD research oils to only be from industrial hemp and not medical (Rep, 2013). 50 states have deemed CBD and industrial hemp legal.


De Mello Schier,, Alexandre, et al. “Antidepressant-Like and Anxiolytic-Like

     Effects of Cannabidiol: A Chemical Compound of Cannabis sativa.” Bentham

     Science Publishers, Counter Check, 2014,


Project CBD. “HOW CBD WORKS.” Project CBD, 2018, 


Rep, L., & D, F. (2013). H.R.2642 - Agricultural Act of 2014. Retrieved from


Wilson, Debra. “Everything you need to know about CBD oil.” Medical News

       Today, Healthline Media, 2017,