Glossary & Common Term Definitions

If you are new to CBD there may be a few terms throughout our website that are confusing or that you are not familiar with. We have added some of the more specific or detailed terms to this glossary page for a quick reference so that you can look up a specific word or phrase. In addition to the descriptions provided below, most of the phrases are linked to articles on our website and reputable other resources with more in-depth information.

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AccessoriesDevices, equipment, products, or materials that are intended for use in producing, processing, preparing, testing, analyzing, or consuming products.
ActivatedA product that has undergone decarboxylation or the heating of cannabinoids to transform them from their naturally occurring acid form to an ‘activated’ non-acid form. (THCA -> THC)
AeroponicsA method of growing plants by suspending or hanging them in air.
Agricultural Act of 2014The Agricultural Act of 2014 (also known as the 2014 U.S. Farm Bill) is a congressional act that authorizes nutritional and agricultural programs in the United States for the years of 2014-2018. This act gave states the ability to start exploratory pilot programs for hemp as an agricultural product.
Agricultural Act of 2018The Agricultural Act of 2018 (commonly known as the 2018 U.S. Farm Bill) reauthorizes the existing 2014 act through 2023 with some modifications. The primary change is that hemp was reclassified as an agricultural product, putting it in the domain of the Department of Agriculture (USDA) rather than the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) as a controlled substance.
Agricultural HempThe growing crop of the hemp plant that contains less than 0.3% THC.
Alcohol ExtractionA process by which the plant is stripped using ethyl or isopropyl alcohol in order to filter and separate the desired chemicals.
AnalgesicAn analgesic is a group of drugs used to provide relief from pain. These drugs are different than anesthetics, which can temporarily eliminate pain sensations.
Anandamide (N-arachidonoylethanolamine or AEA)An endocannabinoid that is naturally produced by the body. The chemical plays a significant role in mood regulation, specifically the feelings of “joy, bliss, delight.”
AnorecticAn anorectic is a group of drugs used to cause diminished appetite. These drugs are typically used in weight management/loss.
Anti-epilepticsAnti-epileptics, also known as anticonvulsants, are used to stop convulsions associated with seizures and are the most commonly used drugs for the treatment of epilepsy.
Anti-inflammatoryAn anti-inflammatory is a group of drugs that reduce inflammation or swelling.
Anti-insomniaAnti-insomnia drugs are used to treat induce sleep and prevent premature waking.
Anti-ischemicAnti-ischemic drugs are used to control the restriction in blood supply to tissues, which causes a shortage of oxygen required for cellular metabolism.
AntibacterialAntibacterial drugs, also known as antibiotics, either kill or inhibit the growth of bacteria and are used in the treatment and prevention of bacterial infections.
AntidepressantAntidepressant drugs are used to treat depressive disorders and related mood conditions.
AntidiabeticsAntidiabetics are drugs used to lower blood sugar levels.
AntiemeticAntiemetic drugs reduce vomiting and nausea.
AntifungalAntifungals, also known as antimycotics, are fungicides used to treat and prevent fungal conditions as well as serious systemic infections.
AntioxidantAn antioxidant is a group of drugs that reduce or inhibit oxidation. Oxidation is a chemical reaction that may damage the cells of organisms.
AntipsychoticAntipsychotic drugs are used to manage psychosis such as delusions, hallucinations, paranoia, and schizophrenia.
AntispasmodicAntispasmodic drugs are used to suppresses muscle spasms or to prevent spasms of the stomach, intestine or urinary bladder.
AnxiolyticAnxiolytic drugs are used to reduce anxiety.
AnxiolyticAn anxiolytic is a drug that reduces or inhibits anxiety.
BioavailabilityThe bioavailability generally refers to the effectiveness of a specific ingestion method. Specifically, this is measured as to how quickly and what percentage of a product which is absorbed into the bloodstream for use by the body.
Blended SpectrumThe cannabinoid profile of a CBD product containing both raw, non-activated cannabinoids as well as activated cannabinoids.
Blind TrialA blind trial or blind experiment is an experiment in which information about a specific aspect of an experiment is secret from the participant in order to prevent personal bias from affecting the test results.
Broad SpectrumA product that contains more than just CBD, such as some minor cannabinoids and terpenes, but does not contain any THC.
BudsA small growth on the stem of a plant that may develop into a flower, leaf, or shoot.
Cannabichromene (CBC)Cannabichromene (CBC) is one of the most prevalent cannabinoids. CBC is not psychoactive and does not bind to the body’s endocannabinoid receptors CB1 or CB2.
Cannabidiol (CBD)See our “What is CBD” guide.
Cannabidiolic-acid (CBDA)CBD-A is an acidic cannabinoid, the naturally occurring form of non-acidic cannabidiol. CBDa is converted into CBD through decarboxylation.
Cannabidivarin (CBDV)Cannabidivarin (CBDv) is a non-psychotropic cannabinoid.
cannabigerol (CBG)Cannabigerol (CBG) is one of 85+ identified cannabinoid compounds. During plant growth, most of the cannabigerol is synthesized and converted into other cannabinoids, primarily tetrahydrocannabinol or cannabidiol.
Cannabigerolic Acid (CBGA)Cannabigerol (CBGA) is the acidic variant of cannabigerol. It is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid that is the precursor for THC, CBD, and several other common cannabinoids.
CannabinoidA class of diverse chemical compounds. These cannabinoids interact with the cannabinoid receptors found throughout the body and brain in a system called the endocannabinoid system. Endocannabinoids are those produced by the human body, whereas phytocannabinoids are those produced by plants.
Cannabinoid ProfileThe amount and concentration of all cannabinoids in a plant or product.
Cannabinoid Receptor Type 1 (CB1)CB1 is a g protein coupled receptor found throughout the body. These receptors are primarily concentrated in the spine and brain.
Cannabinoid Receptor Type 2 (CB2)CB2 is also a g protein coupled receptor found throughout the body. These receptors are primarily found in the peripheral nervous system.
Cannabinoid ReceptorsCannabinoid receptors are part of the endocannabinoid system.  These receptors are found in two types (CB1 & CB2) throughout the brain and body.
Cannabinoid SpectrumThe types and amounts of various cannabinoids (similar to a cannabinoid profile).
Cannabinol (CBN)Cannabinol (CBN) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found only in trace amounts and is mostly found in maturely aged plants. Unlike other cannabinoids, CBN does not stem directly from cannabigerol (CBG) or cannabigerolic acid (CBGA) but rather is the degraded product of tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA). As a plant is exposed to longer periods of sunlight THCA is converted to cannabinolic acid (CBNA). CBN is then formed by decarboxylation of CBNA.
CBD EnrichedA product that is CBD-enriched has Cannabidiol (CBD) added to the product, typically when there would normally be no CBD in the product.
CBD Extract This is a thick, oily substance extracted from hemp. This extract contains cannabinoids, terpenoids, and other plant materials. A CBD extract will be high in CBD and low in other cannabinoids like THC. The levels of each of these components are influenced by the hemp source, extraction method, and further processing methods. These extracts may be sold alone or used as an active ingredient in CBD products.
CBD IsolateA crystalline form of pure CBD which is made by subjecting hemp extract to a series of distillation processes which remove all other compounds leaving behind only pure CBD.
CBD PasteCBD paste is a byproduct of extracting CBD from the plant. Depending on the extraction technique the extracted chemicals can either have a texture similar to a paste or a powder.
CBD PowderCBD powder is a byproduct of extracting CBD from the hemp plant. Depending on the extraction technique the extracted chemicals can either have a texture similar to a paste or a powder. It is commonly referred to as a crystalline powder if the extract is pure CBD without other chemicals or compounds.
CBD-RichCBD rich is used to explain a product or plant that has a high concentration of CBD relative to other products/plants. A plant is generally considered CBD rich if it has over 10% CBD content.
Certificate of Analysis (COA)A certificate/report provided by a testing facility as verification that certain tests were performed, as well as their results. Often contains potency tests of the strengths of THC/CBD and other cannabinoids in a product.
ChromatographyChromatography is a laboratory technique for separating chemicals of a mixture. The mixture is dissolved in a fluid and then the chemicals are separated and isolated.
Clinical TrialA clinical trial is a type of research study using a treatment that is given to people. Clinical trials are used to determine the safety and efficacy of future treatments and medications. There are often multiple phases of clinical trials before a drug or treatment is approved by the FDA.
CO2 ExtractionAn extraction method used to extract CBD. The CO2 gas is pressurized into a liquid and combined with the plant to separate the oils and chemicals. This is often seen as the most efficient and best method of CBD extraction because the solvent leaves no residue.
Cold PressApplying pressure to a material to forcefully remove liquid or oil. Cold pressed hemp oil is produced from hemp seeds rather than stems and leaves. The resulting product contains minimal cannabinoids.
Compassionate ExemptionA compassionate exemption is when a patient is allowed to receive a drug (often new or in testing) even though he/she does not meet the eligibility criteria of a specific clinical trial or study.
Controlled SubstanceA controlled substance is a drug or chemical whose manufacture, possession, or use is regulated & enforced by the government, such as illicitly used drugs. There are different levels or classifications of controlled substances based on severity.
CrystallineA crystalline is a solid chemical with a crystallized structure that is identifiable by its shape. Its geometric shape often consists of flat faces with specific off-shooting angles. CBD isolate in its pure form can have a crystalline structure in some form of extraction.
Curing PlantsThe process of slowly drying flowers from the plant.
DEADEA is the acronym for the Drug Enforcement Administration, a federal law enforcement agency of the United States.
DecarboxylationThe process by which, when exposed to heat, acidic chemicals are converted to active chemicals. Example: tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA) is converted to THC
DecriminalizationDecriminalization is the process of lessening or reducing criminal penalties.  This phrase is commonly used to describe changing laws to make a product legal. Similar to legalization.
Dietary SupplementA dietary supplement is a product that is intended to provide nutrients that supplement the diet and provide effects for the body. It is against U.S. federal regulations to claim that a supplement prevents, cures, or treat any disease. The FDA enforces these regulations and also prohibits the sale of supplements and supplement ingredients that are dangerous.
DispensaryA store that can legally sell products, either medical, recreational, or both.
DistillateDistillation is the process of separating the components from a liquid mixture using heating and cooling. Distillation may result in a final product, the distillate, that is completely separated (pure components) or partially separated with an increased concentration of selected components.
DosageThe individualized amount of cannabinoids within products.
DrugA drug is any substance (other than food that provides nutritional support) that when consumed causes a physiological or psychological change in the body. A pharmaceutical drug, also called a medication, is a chemical substance used to treat, cure, prevent, or diagnose a disease or to promote well-being.
Drug AbuseDrug abuse is a serious public health problem that involves an individual consuming a drug that is not prescribed in a way that negatively affects their health or quality of life.
Drug ReformDrug reform, also known as drug policy reform, is any proposed change to how the government approaches, handles or responds to the use of psychoactive, illicit, or controlled substances. One of the popular beliefs of those in favor of major drug reform is that instead of using laws and enforcement for responding to substance use, it would be better to regulate the production, marketing, and distribution of currently illegal drugs.
E-CigAn e-cig is an electronic smoking device that is used to simulate the effect and feeling of smoking a cigarette. An e-cig device heats a liquid or oil cartridge to generates a vapor, that is inhaled by the user. Using e-cigarettes is commonly referred to as vaping.
e-Liquid / e-Juice / Vape JuiceThe liquids are used in vaporizers. They are vaporized via heating to 200+ degrees Fahrenheit and inhaled.
EdibleA food product that contains cannabinoids and is intended for eating. These products can contain THC, CBD, or a combination of both. Common edible products include gummies, candies, cookies, brownies, candies, gummies, chocolates, beverages, or homemade goods.
EfficacyEfficacy is the ability to provide a satisfactorily effect. In medicine, the word efficacy refers to both the maximum reaction capability of a drug and to the capacity for therapeutic effect or change.
Endocannabinoid ReceptorEndocannabinoid receptors are located throughout the body and are part of the endocannabinoid system. There are currently two known subtypes of endocannabinoid receptors, termed CB1 and CB2. The receptors are the part of the cell that interacts with chemicals through direct or indirect binding to signal changes to the cell and throughout the body. The endocannabinoid system and these receptors are involved in a variety of physiological processes including appetite, pain-sensation, mood, anxiety, and memory.
Endocannabinoid System (ECS)A complex regulatory system throughout the human brain, body, and central and peripheral nervous systems. The ECS creates and maintains our body’s internal stability (homeostasis) by adjusting the flow of neurotransmitters and regulating bodily functions, including appetite, sleep, emotion, and movement.
EndocannabinoidsCannabinoid molecules produced naturally by the body.
EndogenousOriginating from within an organism (self-produced).
Entourage EffectThe hypothesis that a collection of cannabinoids can have enhanced effect when administered in combination as compared to isolated cannabinoid compounds when administered alone.
Essential OilAn oil which has been extracted from a plant (such as hemp).
Ethanol ExtractionIt is the process of extracting oils and cannabinoids by using ethyl or isopropyl as the solvent. Once the alcohol evaporates and the plant material is removed, the extraction process leaves behind a sticky and highly potent chemical paste substance. Further purification is done to obtain various isolated chemicals.
ExtractionThe different processes by which cannabinoids within the plant can be extracted for use.
Farm BillThe Farm Bill, also known as the Agricultural Act of 2018, authorizes the policies for agricultural production in the United States through 2023. The primary change in the most recent 2018 farm bill is that hemp was reclassified as an agricultural product, putting it in the domain of the Department of Agriculture (USDA) rather than the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) as a controlled substance.
FDAThe Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is a federal agency and part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The FDA is responsible for protecting and promoting public health through the control and supervision of consumable products including food safety, dietary supplements, prescription and over-the-counter pharmaceutical drugs (medications).
FDA ApprovedFDA approved means a product has conducted and passed the needed clinical trials for drug safety and efficacy. To be FDA approved a treatment must be proven to be statistically and clinically significant in terms of efficacy while also maintaining relative safety when comparing benefit-risk ratio – either used for acute and chronic purposes.
Female PlantSome plants have distinct gendered types. While both genders of plants exist, only the female hemp plant produces large buds. In contrast to the large buds, the male hemp plant produces collections of pollen. Note that there are also hermaphrodite plants that can be self-fertilized.
FlowerThe part of the plant which is harvested for consumption, also known as the reproductive organs of the plant. Often the most colorful, hairy, odorous, or sticky part of a plant.
Food AdditiveFood additives are substances added to food to give it additional qualities, preserve flavor, enhance taste, change appearance, or change other aspects of the food.
Full SpectrumA product that contains not only CBD but also some other cannabinoids (including THC) in their naturally occurring quantities.
Gateway TheoryThe gateway theory is a hypothesis that an individual’s use of a low-level psychoactive drug can lead to an increased probability of the use of stronger psychoactive drugs in the future.
CapsuleCapsules are a set concentration of a product inside a shell known, allowing them to be taken orally. Soft-shelled capsules are primarily used for oils or gels. Hard-shelled capsules typically contain dry, powdered ingredients or miniature pellets.
GenusA genus is a rank used in the biological classification of organisms into a structured system. In the hierarchy of biological classification (taxonomy), genus comes above species and below the family.
GMOA genetically modified organism (GMO) is a plant or animal whose DNA or natural genetic material has been changed to be expressed differently.
HempA plant variety which is used for agricultural and industrial purposes such as textiles, construction materials, biofuels, and food. Hemp contains negligible amounts (less than 0.3%) of the psychoactive chemical THC.
Hemp OilAn oil that is derived from the hemp plant. Usually made from the seeds of the hemp plant rather than the stalks, leaves, or flowers.
Hemp Seed OilAn oil extracted from the seeds of a hemp plant using a cold pressed method. This oil does not contain cannabinoids and instead is a highly nutritious food source packed with Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids, amino acids, fiber and more.
HomeostasisThe self-regulating process of any system in the body; your body automatically finding balance.
Hydroponics:A popular way to grow plants that utilizes a soilless watering system.
ImmunomodulatorImmunomodulation is a regulatory adjustment of the immune system.
Industrial HempA classification of hemp defined by the federal government. By legal definition, a plant must contain less than 0.3% THC to qualify as industrial hemp.
InfusedA product that is infused with CBD has had Cannabidiol (CBD) added to the liquid form of the product, typically when there would normally be no CBD in the product.
InhalationInhalation (also known as inspiration) is when air or other gases enter the lungs through breathing.
ISO 17025General requirements specified by the International Organization for Standardization/International Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories.
IsolateA pure form of a single chemical (typically CBD isolate) without other chemicals.
Male PlantSome plants have distinct gendered types. While both male and female plants exist, only the female hemp plant produces large buds, while the male hemp plant produces collections of pollen. Note that there are also hermaphrodite plants that can be self-fertilized.
ManufacturingTo compound, blend, extract, infuse, or otherwise make or prepare a product.
MCT OilMCT Oil (Medium-chain triglyceride oil) contains medium-length chains of fats called triglycerides. MCTs are fats that are easily digested fats by the body and offer many potential health benefits to the way your body processes these fats. MCTs are commonly extracted from coconut or palm.
Medical TrialA medical trial also called a clinical trial, compares the effects of one treatment with another. A clinical trial may involve healthy people, patients with a specific condition, or both.
MedicationA medication (also referred to as medicine or pharmaceutical drugs) is a prescribed product that is used to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent disease. Medications are prescribed by licensed healthcare practitioners.
mgmg is an abbreviation for the measurement of milligrams. Milligrams is the most common way to measure the amount of CBD in a product.
MicrodosingA type of CBD consumption that involves taking very small doses frequently throughout the day, instead of big dosage servings once or twice a day.
mLmL is an abbreviation for the measurement of milliliters. Milliliters is the most common way to measure the amount of small tincture and sublingual products.
NarcoticThe term narcotic is commonly associated with opiates and opioids, such as morphine and heroin. A narcotic drug is one that is totally prohibited, such as heroin, or one that is used in violation of governmental regulation.
NatraceuticalA natraceutical is a phrase used to describe a product that is derived from nature (such as plants) and is commonly used for health benefits.
Neuropathic painA type of chronic pain results from damage to the central nervous system.
NeuroprotectantNeuroprotection refers to the preservation of neuronal structure and/or function.
NeurotransmittersNeurotransmitters are a type of chemical messenger which transmits signal from one neuron (nerve cell) to another “target” neuron, muscle cell, or gland cell.
Non-ActivatedA product that contains the raw acid-form cannabinoids. This is because the product has not undergone decarboxylation or the heating of cannabinoids to ‘activate’ them.
NutraceuticalA nutraceutical is the cross of a pharmaceutical and standardized nutrient. Nutraceuticals do not exist as a regulatory category, instead, they are regulated as dietary supplements and food additives by the FDA.
OpioidA class of medications, commonly used for pain relief. Opioids can be prescribed by doctors, but have been tied to cases of opioid addiction throughout the United States.
OralA consumption method that entails you swallowing the product (common examples: capsules, gummies, pills, oils).
Pharmaceutical GradeA pharmaceutical-grade chemical is defined as a drug that has a chemical purity standard that was put in place by a recognized national pharmacopeia organization.
PhenotypeThe phenotype of an organism is the composite of the organism’s observable characteristics or traits, including its physical appearance, form, properties, and structure.
PhytocannabinoidsPhytocannabinoids are cannabinoids produced by plants such as hemp. CBD is a phytocannabinoid which has the ability to activate receptors in the human body in a similar way to the body’s naturally produced endocannabinoids.
PlaceboA placebo is a treatment of no intended therapeutic value that is used as a comparison for treatments with an intended therapeutic value. In drug testing and medical research, a placebo is used as a control to prevent the recipient(s) from influencing or biasing the results of a test based on their personal expectations.
PotencyPotency is a measure of the quantity of a drug is required to produce an effect. A highly potent drug causes an effect at low concentrations, while a drug of lower potency causes the same effect at higher concentrations.
PrescriptionA prescription is a health-care program implemented by a licensed medical professional or physician in the form of instructions that plan the care and treatment for an individual patient. The term often refers to a written authorization for a patient to purchase a prescription drug from a pharmacist.
ProcessingThe activities of harvesting, drying, curing, and preparing parts of the plant to extract chemicals.
PsychoactiveA psychoactive drug changes brain function and results in alterations in a person’s perception, mood, cognition, consciousness, or behavior.
PsychotoxicPsychotoxicity is the effect when a drug interferes seriously with normal behavior.
PsychotropicA psychotropic drug is capable of affecting or altering the mind, emotions, and behavior.
Residual SolventA volatile organic compound used in the manufacture of a plant product that is not completely removed by practical manufacturing techniques. CO2 extraction is considered the best method of extracting CBD because it leaves no residual solvents.
RetailerAn entity licensed to purchase, sell, or deliver products to consumers.
Route of AdministrationThe process in which a chemical is consumed and enters the human body travels into organs and tissues and is then metabolized into the body.
SalveA salve is an ointment used to soothe the surface of the body when applied directly to the skin.
Schedule I DrugDrugs, substances, or chemicals that have no currently accepted medical use and have a high potential for abuse. This federal list is established by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.
Solvent ExtractionA method of separating compounds based on their relative reactions to two different liquids, usually water and an organic solvent.
SpeciesA basic unit of classification for an organism. A species is often defined as the largest group of similar organisms in which any two individuals of the appropriate sexes can produce fertile offspring through normal reproduction.
SpectrumA term referring to the classification of a product determined by the levels of various cannabinoids in an extract product.
StrainThe variety of a plant that has a particular characteristic(s) or chemical ratios that might be used to express a specific desired effect.
SublingualA consumption method that entails you applying the product under the tongue for direct contact absorption into the bloodstream.
SyntheticA synthetic is an artificial material produced chemical processes.
TerpeneTerpenes are a class of organic compounds produced by plants that are often associated with a specific odor of a plant.
Tetrahydrocannabinol (or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) (THC)Tetrahydrocannabinol is a phytocannabinoid shown to have some benefits on human and animal health, however, is responsible for intoxicating effects.
Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid (THCA)The acidic version of THC, one of the most popular and abundant cannabinoids. THCA is converted to THC through decarboxylation.
Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV)Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV or THV) is a cannabinoid with a structure that is unique compared to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which produces different effects from THC. THCV has a propyl (3-carbon) side chain instead of a pentyl (5-carbon) group on the molecule like THC.
Third Party Lab ReportA certificate/report provided by an independent third party testing facility as verification that certain tests were performed, as well as their results. Often contains potency tests of the strengths of THC/CBD and other cannabinoids in a product.
TinctureTinctures are a type of product that is usually distributed in an eyedropper with liquid for use under the tongue to provide fast absorption to the body, leading to quicker effects than edibles and inhalation.
TopicalProducts such as lotions, creams, and oils that are used by applying directly to the skin.
ToxicityToxicity is the degree to which a chemical substance can damage an organism based on a set concentration of that substance.
TransdermalA product that requires application directly to the skin. Compared to other CBD delivery methods transdermal products take longer to feel the effects because it passes through the skin layers before being absorbed into the bloodstream.
TrichomeCrystalized glands on the hemp plant that produce resin, the parts of the plant that contain the highest concentration of most cannabinoids.
VapeA vape, also known as a vaporizer or e-cig, is a device used to vaporize substances for inhalation.
VapingA method of use that is inhaled. A concentrated oil is heated in a vaporizing device (vaporizer) to create a vapor that is inhaled.
VasorelaxantVasodilation is the widening of blood vessels. The process is the opposite of vasoconstriction, which is the narrowing of blood vessels.
Water Soluble CBDA form of CBD that is able to be dissolved in water and mixed into a liquid for a sublingual, tincture, or oral delivery product.
Whole Plant ExtractWhole plant extract is an extract that has been made from the whole plant including the resinous flowers and leaves. Whole plant extract often includes the full spectrum of cannabinoids and chemicals in the plant In contrast to an isolate which only includes a single chemical.

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