Today we take a look at the difference between CBD oil and hemp oil, there was a lot of confusion around CBD oil when it first come on the scene, a lot of dropper bottle products come on the market called hemp oil which were purely hemp seed oil and it tricked alot of people who were looking to try CBD oil.
What is hemp oil?
Hemp oil is produced from the seeds of the male hemp plant they are removed and cleaned, de-shelled placed into a machine and pressed to produce the oil, it is low in saturated fat and rich in polyunsaturated fat, meaning there are many uses for hemp oil including drizzling on roasted veg and salads, and added to a home made sauce such as mayonnaise.
Does hemp oil have nutritional value?
Hemp oil is very rich in vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids omega 3 and omega 6 which is amazing for skin health, hemp oil is exceptionally nutritious providing a complete source of protein including all nine amino acids, making it one of the healthiest oil available on the market.
What is CBD oil?
CBD oil is a full spectrum hemp extract suspended in a carrier oil such as mct oil, there are also CBD oils on the market made from cbd isolate powder which we don’t recommend to anyone. The full spectrum hemp extract is extracted from the flower of the female hemp plant using ethanol, it contains cannabinoids and terpenes which have many health benefits including relief from chronic pain and anxiety, there are many uses for CBD oil in cosmetics, food and drink products.
Does CBD oil have any nutrients?
There are a range of vitamins and minerals found in CBD oil including vitamins b1 b2 b3 b6 b9, vitamin E, calcium, magnesium, iron, copper, zinc and potassium making it exceptionally rich in most of the essential vitamins and minerals the body needs to keep optimal health.
CBD oil and hemp oil come from the same species of plant, CBD oil comes from the flower of the female hemp plant and hemp oil comes from the seeds found in the flower of the female hemp plant.
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