WHAT’S ALL THE FUSS ABOUT CBDa?
CBDa or cannabidiolic acid is one of the estimated 113 compounds knows as cannabinoids in the cannabis plant.
In fresh flowers, the active components are found as acids. When cannabis is heated, these acids break down into compounds like CBD.
A growing body of emerging preclinical evidence suggests that there may be some benefit to keeping the plant raw or as close to raw as possible.
CBDa is one of an estimated 113 compounds known as cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. CBDa transforms into CBD through a process called decarboxylation. Baking, lighting, or heating cannabis removes the acid group from CBDa and transforms it into CBD.LEARN MORE ABOUT CBDa