As the legal use of marijuana and other cannabis products, the users are paying more attention to their options. This is because cannabis products are containing cannabidiol and tetrahydrocannabinol. These are the two natural compounds that are found in the plants of cannabis.
What is the major difference between CBD VS THC is the common question that arises among the people. Both are obtained from the same plant, Do they have the same dosage level of cannabis? Certainly no, the dosage level of cannabidiol and tetrahydrocannabinol are varied. Let’s see the difference between CBD and THC.
Cannabidiol can be extracted from hemp plants and the hemp plants contain less than 0.3 percent of THC. The cannabidiol is also extracted from marijuana plants and here they are containing higher concentrations of THC. Cannabidiol is mostly in solid forms like CBD Oils, gels, gummies, supplements, extracts and more.
Whenever the consumer is in taking cannabidiol, cannabis in the products will interact with the endocannabinoid system that is present in the central and peripheral nervous systems. Once it interacts, the consumer can feel the effect of cannabis. Based on the dosage level of cannabis, the effects will vary.
The dosage level of cannabis in THC is higher than cannabidiol. It is the main psychoactive compound that can be found in marijuana and gives high sensation. Consumers can intake THC in the form of smoke. It is available in the form of oils, edibles, tinctures, capsules and so on.
The consumers can feel the higher effects when cannabis is made through interaction with the endocannabinoid system. Even the small amounts of THC are having higher dosage and the user can last the effect for more periods. These are the common differences between cannabidiol and THC and the people should know about their dosage level.