The research into the human ‘Endocannibinoid’ system is fascinating! Although cannabis family plants have been used in herbal medicine in some cultures for centuries, medical science is only really now catching on to the benefits of CBD oil for mainstream use. Naturally occurring cannabinoids in the body are used to regulate many body-wide systems with functions as diverse as mental processes and mood to pain perception and control of inflammation levels in response to injury or stress.
CBD Oil Vs Hemp Oil: What’s the difference?
- It should be acknowledged that, The term ‘Hemp oil’ can refer to a full-spectrum oil from the Cannabis sativa L plant or Hemp Seed Oil, which is oil that comes from just the seeds of the hemp plant. Secondly, It should be noted that Hemp oil is NOT the same as Cannabidiol (CBD) oil. The production of CBD oil uses Hemp’s bio-mass i.e stalks, leaves, and flowers of the hemp plant, which contains a higher concentration of CBD. The ‘One’ major compound with massive therapeutic potential in the plant.
- On the contrary, Hemp Seed Oil is extracted from the seeds of the Cannabis sativa L plant. The seeds do not contain the same levels of compounds as the plant matter itself, but they still have a rich phytonutrient profile, including beneficial essential fatty acids, and useful bioactive compounds.