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Most people would agree that CBD has a broader range of healing benefits as compared to hemp extract, and CBD oil contains many beneficial cannabinoids, which are lacking in hemp extract.
Yes. Both are derived from the cannabis plant but from different parts of that plant. Hemp extract is the oil pressed from raw hemp seeds, whereas CBD oil comes from the flowers, leaves, stems, and stalks of the mature plant.
Hemp extract is made by extracting oil from raw hemp seeds. CBD oil uses a more complex extraction multi-step process that uses more of the full plant. Hemp oil extraction is simple and relatively inexpensive, whereas CBD oil CO2 extraction takes longer and requires highly specialized equipment and training.
CBD oil is more beneficial than hemp extract and hemp oil requires a more complex and expensive manufacturing process. This is a bit like comparing ground beef to filet mignon—they come from the same place, but the process of obtaining each (and the consumer use) are very different.
The short answer is both. The more in-depth answer is this: hemp extract is an essential oil and is legal throughout the United States. Full spectrum CBD oil and other types of CBD oil are federally legal, with certain states having levied more specific laws regarding the use, possession, and distribution of CBD oil. For the most current updates, always check with lawmakers in your city and state for local regulations that may apply to you.
Both. CBD oil and hemp extract are both safe to apply topically to the skin, and CBD oil is often incorporated into skincare and antiaging products.
Both. Hemp oil is high in vitamins and omega fatty acids and can be found in some heart and brain health supplements. CBD oil has a wide array of health benefits and can be ingested as part of a daily wellness routine.
Many individuals use CBD oil as part of their weight loss regimen. Hemp oil is not recommended for weight loss.
Neither. Hemp extract contains no THC and CBD oil contains only trace amounts of THC. THC stands for tetrahydrocannabinol, the compound of cannabis that’s responsible for producing marijuana’s “high.”
You can buy hemp extract most anywhere you can find essential oils (because that’s what it really is): natural food stores, some pharmacies and groceries, and online.