With the rise of cannabis’ popularity, a range of products are popping in the market. As the hemp industry begins to thrive, CBD Oil and Hemp Oil are gaining popularity. Although, they come from the same plant, what’s the difference between the two?
Hemp oil is a substance that can be isolated and collected from any type of cannabis plant. Since industrial hemp’s legalization, hemp oil is collected from these plants as a byproduct.
Hemp oil can be used for cooking or a cheaper substitute as a base product for plastic, etc. Oil collected from hemp is not psychoactive.
CBD oil is a substance that can be isolated and collected from any type of cannabis plant. There’s hemp based CBD and marijuana based CBD. Although CBD oil isn’t psychoactive by nature, it can be combined with doses of THC to get that effect.
CBD oil is mainly designed for wellness purposes — to treat psychological and physical ailments.
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