We’re in the midst of a CBD craze.
Cannabidiol — CBD — is a compound in the marijuana plant with purported medical benefits but very little (0.3 percent or less) THC, the plant’s psychoactive ingredient.
In other words, it won’t make you feel high or stoned.
Dozens of online companies sell it as a supplement. And it can be found in everything from cosmetics to bottled water to coffee. You can pick it up it in health food stores and smoke shops — even in states like New Jersey, where non-medical pot isn’t legal.
The most common reason for using CBD oil is to alleviate anxiety and depression, said Martin A. Lee, director of the nonprofit cannabis research group Project CBD and author of “Smoke Signals: A Social History of Marijuana.” more