Author: Allison Aubrey
As more states legalize marijuana, there's growing interest in a cannabis extract — cannabidiol, also known as CBD.
It's marketed as a compound that can help relieve anxiety — and, perhaps, help ease aches and pains, too.
Part of the appeal, at least for people who don't want to get high, is that CBD doesn't have the same mind-altering effects as marijuana, since it does not contain THC, the psychoactive component of the plant.
"My customers are buying CBD [for] stress relief," says Richard Ferry, the retail manager of Home Grown Apothecary in Portland, Ore., where recreational marijuana use is legal under state law, with some restrictions.
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