The two most well-known cannabinoids are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). There are over 100 different cannabinoids so far identified in cannabis.

THC causes you to get ‘high’ whereas CBD does not.

CBD hemp oil is not the same as CBD seed oil. The literature on this subject is riddled with confusing and/or vague language. “Seed” is the word to distinguish between the two, however, not everyone follows the unspoken rule on what adjective they use to describe their product so you need to read closely the ingredients. CBD hemp oil has been studied much more and is believed to have many, many good health benefits for humans. There has been little analysis of the hemp seed oil.

CBD seed oil is from the hemp seeds. CBD hemp oil is from the flowers and stalks. CBD seed oil is much lower in price than the more expensive CBD hemp oil. I think this is because of the knowledge that the CBD hemp oil works and the jury is still out on the CBD seed oil is this makes most people look for the CBD hemp oil more so than the CBD seed oil.

They may both work equally well but more knowledge is needed to know the truth.

I’ve searched many different sources to purchase the CBD hemp oil which I use and I’ve settled on this supplier for two reasons. I’ll be glad to discuss the details as writing them here would take longer than I want to invest in this blog entry right now. Call me at 865 466 9207 if you like.

Kurt Gross

Cannabidiol: THC vs CBD

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