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What is the difference between hemp oil and CBD oil?
Hemp oil generally refers to hemp SEED oil. Hemp seed oil is an excellent source of essential fatty acids, including Omega 3 and 6. Hemp seed oil is also a good source of high-quality protein. It's a great option for vegans who may be looking for an alternative to fish oil. Hemp seed oil has a pleasant nutty smell, deep green color, and absorbs well into the skin.
While hemp seed oil offers good nutritional value and the essential amino acids necessary for health and wellness, it does not contain CBD.
Cannabis contains more than 480 chemical compounds, and more than 100 are classified as cannabinoids, the most well-known being CBD, THC, CBC, CBG, and CBN. It also contains terpenes, including Myrcene, Limonene, Alpha & Beta -pinene, Linalool, B-caryophyllene, Caryophyllene oxide, Humulene, Nerolidol, and Phytol.
"Full spectrum" CBD oil refers to the raw extract that features most if not all of the phytocannabinoids found in the original hemp plant. The cannabinoid profile or makeup of full spectrum oil is closest to that of the original plant. This can also be referred to as "whole plant extract."
This means that full spectrum oil does contain THC. This is especially important to understand if you are concerned about drug testing. Full spectrum oil from hemp plants contains less than 0.3% THC and will not make you high; however, if you consume full spectrum CBD oil, it is possible to test positive for THC in a drug test.
CBD must be isolated from decarboxylated, full spectrum plant material to create THC-free CBD oil. Once THC is removed from full spectrum extract, the extract should no longer be considered "full spectrum", but instead can be referred to as "broad spectrum."