can·na·bi·di·ol | ˌka-nə-bə-ˈdī-ˌȯl , kə-ˈna-bə-, -ˌōl : a crystalline, nonintoxicating cannabinoid C21H30O2 found in cannabis and hemp that is sometimes used medicinally
Note: After THC, cannabidiol is the second most prevalent cannabinoid in cannabis.
A 1986 study by Consroe and his colleagues … showed that cannabidiol, a nonpsychoactive component of marijuana, calmed the abnormal movements of five people suffering from dystonia, a rare condition characterized by muscle spasms that contort the body.— Kathleen Fackelmann
— called also CBD
— compare cannabinol