Photo: Sean M. PetersCBD products are those made with cannabidiol, a non-psychoactive ingredient found in the cannabis plant. Unlike with tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) — the compound that produces the heady, psychotropic effect associated with traditional marijuana usage — there’s no “high” feeling and many tout a number of benefits associated with regular CBD use including its anti-inflammatory effects, its ability to curb anxiety and its use as a natural sleep aid.
But consumers looking to take advantage of the plant’s various medicinal components need to walk a legal tightrope. Current Ohio law has CBD in a sort of “gray market” (for more on the legalities, read this), which means there are potential ramifications to listing the businesses currently selling specific CBD products. So, for the sake of protecting local shop owners, mum’s the