CBD and THC—we may know them as acronyms with very long names or as letters commonly associated with marijuana, but unrightfully so. CBD actually stands for cannabidiol and THC stands for tetrahydrocannabinol. Although both rooting from cannabis with the same chemical formula, it is important to note that their atoms are arranged differently, therefore creating completely different psychotic effects—CBD has none to speak of. These two compounds are the main ingredients in marijuana yet THC is the psychoactive ingredient that causes the high and can explain the anxiety or feelings of paranoia associated with its use. Alternatively, CBD causes the opposite effect—a feeling of relaxation and reduced anxiety. Furthermore, it is believed that CBD creates a balancing effect to make sure the user does not get too high off of the amounts of THC. These anti-psychotic properties are the ones we can expect to see with the use of CBD, which is the substance most prominent in the CBD Hemp Oil. Therefore, we would not expect to see any effects of the THC ingredient. Since CBD can be found in hemp, it is legally imported into the United States for use in products such as our CBD Hemp Oil, a certified natural, organic, and gluten free wellness tool—not something that will get you high.