Hemp and marijuana are both cannabis plants but their chemical makeup and uses are different. The hemp plant produces a broad range of cannabinoids and has a lower concentration of THC and higher concentrations of CBD which eliminates its psychoactive effects.
Is hemp CBD the same as marijuana?
No. Even though the plant itself looks identical, the genetic makeup of the plant separates the two. Our organic CBD products contain less than .3 THC lower levels of THC do not cause psychoactive effects that you would normally have in marijuana this allows you to experience CBD and all its benefits without any mental impact
Is CBD addictive?
At the molecular level CBD is neither addictive nor does it produce the so-called stoned affect that THC does.
Is Hemp seed oil and CBD oil the same?
CBD oil and Hemp seed oil are not the same thing and will not have the same effects on your body. Hemp seed oil comes from the industrial grown hemp which is grown for food or fiber versus CBD oil is extracted from the flower with a higher concentration of cannabinoids.
Is CBD effective?
CBD/Cannabidiol is a compound extracted from the flower of the hemp plant. It is one of several compounds found in hemp also known as cannabinoids while each phytocannabinoid has its own benefit; they actually work best when they are consumed together creating what is called the entourage effect.
Is CBD oil legal?
The U.S. Government passed the 2018 farm bill on December 20, 2018 making industrial hemp legal, federally declassifying its cultivation, production and distribution and the passing of this bill removed it from the schedule 1 controlled substance making it an ordinary agricultural commodity.
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