Cannabidiolic Acid (CBDA) is one of many compounds produced by hemp. The plants produce this cannabinoid in its acidic state, which then converts to the better-known cannabinoid CBD (cannabidiol) over time at room temperature, and faster at high temperatures.
It’s worth noting that human research on these cannabinoids is still in its early stages. We know even less about CBDA than we do about CBD at this moment. Early data, on the other hand, suggest that even tiny doses of CBDA can have considerable effects on the body.