Hempseed Oil and CBD oil ; Stop the Confusion!
In fact, Hempseed Oil or Hemp Oil also called Hemp Essential oil is made from hemp seeds, meaning there is little to no CBD content. Meanwhile, CBD oil also called Cannabidiol oil is most commonly derived from the cannabis sativa (hemp) plant, but instead of using the seeds, CBD oil is extracted from the flowers, leaves, stems, and stalks of matured hemp plants where Cannabidiol is found . However each type of oil offers its own potent health benefits.
Our natural peppermint mint flavored hemp extract is made from the full green hemp plant including the leafs, weed, seeds, stalks and flowers in order to attain all the best healthy nutrients of this medicinal plant in our innovative industrial formula. Blended with real organic hempseed oil for optimum absorption & enhanced bioavailability.
Similarities Between Hempseed Oil and CBD Oil!
Since the approval of the first Cannabidiol (CBD)-based drug by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), consumers have become increasingly interested in the benefits of hempseed and CBD oils. Both :
- Are Oils.
- Come from cannabis sativa plant.
- Are non-intoxicating, unlike marijuana.
- Have beneficial properties and healing capacities.
- Can be applied topically or ingested.
What is hempseed oil used for?
When manufacturers add hempseed oil to nutritional products — such as snack bars, breads, cookies, and yogurt — it provides an excellent source of nutrients. It is rich in unsaturated fatty acids and essential amino acids.
Hemp oil also has several possible benefits, including:
- relieving constipation
- providing cardiovascular health benefits
- modifying the immune system
- improving skin conditions
- improving gastrointestinal conditions
Some other possible benefits of hemp seed oil include:
- anticancer effects
- antioxidant effects
- anti-aging effects
In addition, Hemp oil also contains other components that may provide benefits to consumers.
Furthermore, Less than 0.3% of the dry weight of hempseed oil contains THC, so people are unlikely to experience a high when consuming it
CBD oil, what is it?
People can generally find three different types of CBD oil on the market:
- full-spectrum CBD oil, which contains all compounds of the cannabis plant, including THC (but at a very low level)
- broad-spectrum CBD oil, which contains several compounds but not THC
- CBD oil made using CBD isolate, which contains only CBD
It is important to note that because these terms are not regulated, some manufacturers may use them interchangeably.
Most importantly, People should always check the Certificate of Analysis (COA) of CBD products. Usually, a third party will conduct this testing. Checking the COA is the only way to fully understand what exactly a CBD oil product contains.
How does hemp oil benefit your skin?
How is hempseed oil used?
There are several methods you can use to get the skin benefits from hemp oil.
Topical use of hempseed oil
The first method is to apply the hemp oil directly to your skin. This can work if you have immediate irritation or dry patches of skin that you want to soothe quickly.
Before using the oil, try a patch test to make sure you won’t get an unwanted reaction:
- Wash and dry a small area of your upper arm (such as the crook of your elbow).
- Apply a small amount of the pure hemp oil. (If using the hemp and essential oil mixture described below, test in a separate spot from the pure oil and at a different time.)
- Cover the spot with a bandage and leave it in place for 24 hours, being careful not to get the bandage wet.
- If any redness, burning, itching, or other irritation occurs, you can assume you’re sensitive to the oil and shouldn’t use it. If you have a reaction, remove the bandage immediately and wash the spot with soap and water.
- If you don’t see or feel any reaction, then the oil is probably safe to use.
If you’re using the hemp oil to treat acne and want to apply it topically, apply the oil directly to clean skin and leave it on for one to two minutes before washing it away with warm water.
Hemp oil and essential oil mixture. You can also combine hemp oil and other anti-inflammatory and soothing ingredients with a recipe like the following, which you can apply directly to the skin:
- 1/4 cup hemp oil
- 2 teaspoons melted coconut oil (you can melt it in the microwave; place coconut oil in the microwaveable container and heat in 30 second intervals, stirring between each interval, until completely melted)
- 4 to 5 drops skin-boosting essential oil, like lavender or rosemary oil
Note: Essential oils, like lavender or rosemary oil, should only be used topically and in a diluted mixture. Do not take essential oils internally. Many are toxic.
Oral use of hempseed oil
The second method is to ingest hemp oil, which can provide the same skin benefits and additional overall health benefits as using the oil topically. When you take hemp oil orally, there’s less risk of any skin irritation or break outs, although it may cause some temporary digestive upset.
Most importantly, Talk to your doctor before taking hemp oil orally.
When you take it orally, you can have 1 to 2 teaspoons daily — either all at one time or divided into two doses.
However, If you don’t like the taste or consuming the hemp oil straight, you can use it in different recipes. One option is to mix it into foods, such as smoothies, salad dressings, or soup. Similarly, you can use it for cooking.
Some recipes using hemp oil include:
- Garlic Hemp Oil Salad Dressing
- Hemp Oil Salsa
- Hemp Oil Pesto sauce
Queen Lynn Inc cannot be held responsible for conditions beyond our control such as customs or border restrictions for international shipments. While this product is legal in the United States of America, and contains no CBD or THC, we suggest researching the legality of the product in the country you are shipping to.
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