There is CBD oil and then there’s what’s called hemp oil. While they share some similarities, it’s worth knowing how they differ, especially if you’re a consumer confused by the multitude of different and interchangeably used terms like “marijuana oil” or “cannabis oil”.
Let’s begin with hemp oil, which is made from a plant also called hemp. The seed extract is often used for cooking and is known for being packed with nutrients. Hemp oil can also be used as a post-shower moisturizer and is often used as an ingredient in making soaps and lotions.
CBD (cannabidiol) oil is a natural component of hemp or industrial cannabis which, unlike hemp oil, isn’t made from the seeds of a hemp plant. Instead, CBD is produced from the stalks, flowers, and leaves of hemp. Because of its ability to assist with treating various conditions without the psychoactive effects often associated with marijuana, CBD oil maintains a high degree of popularity in the medical marijuana industry.
Marijuana and hemp are related in the plant world but the former has a significantly higher degree of THC than the latter. Hemp oil has small traces of CBD while CBD oil can have over ten percent CBD.
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