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CHICAGO -- Here are commonly used terms for the herbal remedies within the loose category of cannabidiols ...
Cannabidiol (CBD): A substance derived from cannabis plants. It does not have the psychoactive elements typically found in marijuana.
Cannabinoid: Any naturally occurring, biologically active chemical constituent—for example, cannabidiol or cannabinol—of the hemp or cannabis plants. It can include those that do or do not possess psychoactive properties.
Concentrate: Products made from the cannabis plant that have been processed to keep only the most desirable plant compounds; includes vape products.
Flower: A marijuana bud, the product most commonly smoked.
Hemp: A relative of the cannabis plant used for various industrial and medicinal purposes.
Infused edible: a cannabis-infused food product that contains CBD.
Kratom: Medicinal herb derived from a Southeast Asian plant that addresses a range of ailments.
Pre-roll: a joint prepared before consumption, sometime sold in this form
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC): The psychoactive chemical within cannabis or marijuana.
Tincture and sublingual: highly concentrated liquified CBD designed to be taken in small doses
Trim: product cut from a marijuana plant during its growth cycle to keep the product fresh, often used to make CBD products
Sources: Merriam-Webster, Weed Maps, PotGuide, other various sources
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