Women and CBD "High" Effect | Research at Johns Hopkins Medicine



Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine just completed a study that suggests pure CBD does produce subjective drug effects if vaped in large doses, especially among women, but that these effects are different from those produced by THC. The cannabis plant contains over 100 different cannabinoids, including ones like delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which can produce a ”high” feeling and can cause impaired cognitive function, or cannabidiol (CBD), which is touted for its medical and wellness properties. CBD is perceived by the public to not produce a psychoactive “high” or impairment like THC does.

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