Our word of choice when describing the source plant for all cannabinoids is 'cannabis.' This is the same term used in the Latin language, with 'kannabis' being the Greek variation.
There is some confusion among the semi-synonymous words of cannabis, hemp, and marijuana.
Cannabis is the scientific word used when describing the plant that grows to produce fibers and cannabinoids.
With few exceptions, every cannabis plant contains both CBD as well as THC, in addition to a variety of other compounds. Therefore it is common to refer to a given strain as either a high-CBD or high-THC cannabis plant.
Stay tuned for clarification on marijuana and hemp!