Cannabidiolic Acid (CBDA)

Kanə-bə-dälˈik asəd | Noun

A common, non-intoxicating cannabinoid in the cannabis plant. CBDA (or cannabidiolic acid) is the precursor of cannabidiol (CBD) and can be found in trichomes on raw and uncured cannabis.

 

“Cannabidiolic acid (CBDA) is like the raw form of cannabidiol (CBD).”

 

“There is evidence that shows that cannabidiolic acid (CBDA) can reduce inflammation.”

 

What’s the difference between CBD and CBDA?

 

In terms of CBDA vs CBD, Cannabidiolic acid is like the raw form of cannabidiol. CBDA converts to CBD through a process called decarboxylation.

 

What are the benefits of CBDA?

 

There is evidence that shows CBDA benefits may include reduced inflammation, including when used via CBDA oil