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THC, the psychoactive component of marijuana, induces sleep or drowsiness (a common effect of most strains of marijuana), whereas CBD keeps you up and increases energy. And THC is responsible for the feeling of being high or body-high.

The debate around its legality, however, remains fairly complicated. Marijuana remains a federally illegal drug, and some states, like New York, have sought to crack down on the sales of food and drink that contain CBD. That said, there are states that have legalized medicinal use of CBD by itself, albeit these states have very strict standards for what medical conditions it can be used to treat.

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What Is CBD?

Based on current research, side effects of CBD are rather limited. According to studies done by Medical Marijuana Inc., some reports of drowsiness, dry mouth and low blood pressure exist, but no links to serious side effects have been found.

THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is a psychoactive component of marijuana, although the THC molecule is surprisingly similar to its non-psychoactive counterpart CBD. THC is what gets you high, and for that reason is somewhat less accepted for medicinal use than CBD.

What is THC?

CBD is only one of around 400 compounds in marijuana, and is responsible for counteracting the effects of THC. Although the CBD molecule is almost identical to the THC molecule, it doesn't get you high. On its own, CBD has been proven to have many health benefits and uses, such as treating anxiety, stress, epilepsy and depression. The compound is non-psychoactive, which has helped it gain support in many medical fields for its therapeutic properties.