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In its release the DEA seems to acknowledge cannabis’s medical potential while at the same time reminding us that it remains more tightly regulated than opium or cocaine: “Marijuana is a Schedule I controlled substance because of the presence of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) marijuana’s psychoactive ingredient. Because CBD contains less than 1 percent THC and has shown some potential medicinal value there is great interest in studying it for medical applications. Currently CBD is a Schedule I controlled substance as defined under the CSA.