Cannabinodiol (also known as cannabidinodiol and CBND)[1] is a psychoactive[2] cannabinoid that is present in the plant Cannabis sativa at low concentrations.[3] It is the fully aromatized derivative of cannabidiol (CBD) and can occur as a product of the photochemical conversion of cannabinol (CBN).[4]



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