CBD is an abbreviated name for cannabidiol, a plant cannabinoid found in the Cannabis Sativa plant. CBD is used in various forms, most often in the form of oil or other extractive forms. Cannabidiol is not a psychotropic component of marijuana, so it is not banned in most countries of the world. In the USA and a number of European countries, CBD has gained enormous popularity as an alternative to a number of pharmaceutical products in the treatment of diseases such as diabetes mellitus, epilepsy, autism, nausea, autoimmune diseases, and other pathologies.

Cannabidiol is a natural extract that can also be used for preventive purposes. It helps with muscle pain, increased anxiety, and arthritis. This combination of three letters can also be seen on the packaging of some animal feeds. There is also a separate CBD oil for dogs, which can be purchased in a number of countries.

CBD itself is not a pharmaceutical product and is classified as a dietary supplement. Cannabidiol can be used as a mono-extract in various forms or as an accompanying substance in multicomponent products.

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