CBD is the acronym for "CANNABIDIOL". It is one of the 85 active ingredients, called cannabinoids, found in both hemp and cannabis. It can often be found in large quantities in Cannabis, and is second only to THC but, unlike the latter, CBD is not psychoactive, therefore it does not bring either highs or feelings of lack of loss or lack of balance.
Yes, since TCH has a psychoactive / psychotropic effect capable of altering mental activity, while CBD produces the opposite effect as it enhances the analgesic effect and does not alter mental activity. For further information on the subject: it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cannabidiolo.
In industrial hemp or more commonly called Light, cannabinoids are present, chemical elements of natural origin, active ingredients that offer various benefits. The best known are THC (present within the legal limits of less than 0.2%), CBD and CBG. THC (<0.2%) - TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL is the best known active ingredient of cannabis sativa and has multiple properties for therapeutic purposes such as pain reliever, anti-nausea, euphoric, anti-emetic, anti-kinetosic, appetite stimulant, lowers intraocular pressure, also capable to lower aggression. CBD - CANNABIDIOL is a non-psychoactive metabolite of Cannabis sativa, but has relaxing, anticonvulsant, antidistonic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory effects, promotes sleep and is soothing against anxiety and panic. CBN - CANNABINOL is very similar to THC but when compared it has weak psychoactive properties.