The Benefits of CBD Oil and Hemp Oil for ConsumersDifferent names for cannabis oils: CBD oil, hemp oil, and marijuana oil.
CBD Oils With Higher Concentrations
At CBD BioCare, we do not just offer creams, but oils with higher concentrations of CBD to act as a natural alternative.To better understand the potential CBD benefits we should first differentiate the types of cannabis. There are many different strains of cannabis being cultivated with varying levels of THC and CBD. They may appear to be the same plant but marijuana plants are normally those with high levels of THC which is the molecule that gets users high and hemp has low THC and high CBD.
CBD is legal in all 50 states
Different Names On The Market For Cannabis Oil:
- Hemp oil
- Marijuana oil
- THC oil
- Cannabis oil
- CBD Oil / CBD Hemp Oil
Hemp oil most often refers to oil derived from the hemp seed oil. No TCH or CBD are present. However, it has tremendous value. Many consider it a superfood because the seeds are rich in amino acids as well as essential Omega fatty acids. It also has protein and is considered one of the most nutritious foods grown in the wild.
Marijuana oil – THC Oil and Cannabis oil
These names refer to oils that have THC, making it illegal in most states. The extraction of the oil comes from the leaves and flowers of high THC marijuana plants. When processed the plant matter is removed and a thick concentrated oil remains that contains a high concentration of active compounds. It has a thick sticky consistency similar to syrup or molasses.
CBD Oil / CBD Hemp Oil
CBD Oil is a collective term for oils made from hemp, it will contain high levels of CBD and less than .3% of THC. Our oil is extracted from the whole plant and only the THC is removed. This way you still have all of the active compounds remaining and therefore all of the benefits. The oil is often consumed by putting it under your tongue and holding it there for about 30 seconds so it can quickly dissolve into your system. It looks like a deep rich olive oil because it has a dark green but clear color. It has a light consistency and tastes herbal, again much like a rich concentrated olive oil. Some people put it in a drink or on their food.
What makes CBD BioCare’s CBD Oil a better choice?
Our CBD oil is unique because the whole plant is used to extract the oil, including the flowers, making it more effective as opposed to isolating one particular part of the plant. Other CBD oils often extract from the stalk, which often contains very little CBD. To learn more about the differences in cannabis oil read the information here: What is the difference between cannabis oils?
Why is CBD oil beneficial for your skin?
There are many believed benefits of CBD oil. As for skincare, CBD oil is an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. However, CBD is a supplement and not FDA Approved.
CBD oil and pain
Several studies show CBD activates the same brain areas as opioids, believing to exert an analgesic effect. The endocannabinoid system is known to play an important role in the control of synaptic transmission in pain pathways, so by activating this system, cannabinoids may act as neuromodulators for a series of physiological processes, including pain-sensation. Moreover, studies suggest that through its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, CBD oil may reduce pain. However, CBD is a supplement and not FDA Approved.
Try our CBD Pain Balm with Emu Oil to experience an all-natural pain balm with 50 mg of CBD. You can also try our oils which have up to 30 mg of CBD per dose.
FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLOSURE
The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product. The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act requires this notice.