CBD (cannabidiol) is a plant component produced naturally by a plant native to Asia: hemp (Cannabis in Latin). History teaches us that this plant, cannabis, has been used for millennia for various functions. First of all for its fiber which is used as: textile, paper, insulation in the building etc. But also for its dried flowers for medical purposes, and in particular by the Chinese, the Egyptians, and the Greeks, during Antiquity. These people finally considered Cannabis as a source of well-being, and a way to improve meditation for example.
Cannabidiol (CBD) belongs to the latter group of cannabinoids and is expressed chemically like this:
2-6-isopropenyl 3-methyl 2-cyclohexen 1-yl 5-pentyl 1,3-benzenediol.