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What is the difference in CBN and CBD?

| Spencer Beaudreault
At the time of this writing, there are 113 known cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are naturally occurring chemical compounds that are produced by the cannabis plant. And, while they may all originate from the same plant, these cannabinoids can be very different in terms of chemical makeup as well as the effects felt from using these compounds. No two cannabinoids are exactly alike, although many do share strong similarities. In this article, we will discuss two very similar cannabinoids; cannabinol, or CBN, and cannabidiol, commonly known as CBD.
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Can You Get Addicted to CBD?

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It’s legal, safe, and all natural! It is believed to have anti-inflammatory properties, neuroprotective properties, and it has even been approved by the FDA for its ability to suppress seizures in some cases! Yes, CBD is the first cannabinoid that has been proven by the FDA to assist with a specific disorder!

But with its FDA-backing already stated, does this really mean that CBD is safe? If so, just how safe is CBD exactly? Are there any negative effects or possibilities associated with CBD?

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How Many Cannabinoids Are There?

| Spencer Beaudreault
The term cannabinoids simply refers to the compounds that are found within the cannabis plant. Cannabinoids are chemical substances that adhere to the cannabinoid receptors in our brain. This does not necessarily indicate that every cannabinoid is psychoactive, as many of the cannabinoids that we will go over are not and will not produce the high that is commonly associated with cannabis. This does not however mean that they do not have other beneficial properties associated with them!