CBD and THC have many of the same medical benefits. They can provide relief from several of the same conditions. It must be stated that when ever there is THC there is CBD, but there is not always THC(at least not illegal amounts) when there is CBD. CBD does not have as many legal barriers as its THC counterpart. CBD doesn’t cause the string euphoric effects that occur with THC. But they do share some of the same benefits.
Will CBD get me "high"?
CBD will not get you high.
The idea that CBD will get you high is false, but a common misconception.
The primary chemical component found in Cannabis plants that induce intoxication is Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Whereas CBD (cannabidiol) does not cause a “high.” This misconception likely comes from the fact that CBD can be extracted from both hemp plants and marijuana plants. Once extracted, CBD is a compound all on its own. If you choose to use a CBD-infused oil, tincture, edible, or other products there is no need to worry about intoxication.
Is Legal in all U.S. states
Does not get you high* like its THC counterpart
Helps with Psychosis
Has minor physical and mental side effects.
Is illegal in most states
Prominent psychoactive mental and physical side effects