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Cannabidiolic acid or CBDa is one of about a hundred cannabinoids present within the cannabis plant. First isolated in 1996, CBDa is a precursor of cannabidiol (CBD), currently one of the most sought after of the cannabinoids. Found most abundantly in the raw cannabis plant, the benefits of CBDa are only just beginning to be fully understood. Early studies reveal that there may be possible health benefits.
Your Beginner's Guide to the 9 Major Cannabinoids
By Dr. Jessica Knox
on May 30, 2016
Phytocannabinoids are revolutionizing how we think about medicine.
Have you ever wondered how cannabis actually works in the body?
If you’ve read up on the endocannabinoid system, you’ll know that our...