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CBD Hemp Oil vs Hemp Seed Oil

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CBD Hemp Oil vs Hemp Seed Oil

CBD hemp oil or cannabidiol hemp oil is an agricultural hemp CO2 extracted herb supplement, this concentrated formulation of cannabidiol hemp oil is ingested orally. By consuming CBD hemp oil over a three to six month period, nearly any disease you can imagine has claimed to have been cured or completely controlled. This is believed to be possible because cannabidiol hemp oil works fundamentally through the endocannabinoid system, the super regulatory system of our bodies that maintains homeostasis in the other systems. 

Hemp seed oil has long been recognized as one of the most versatile and beneficial substances known to man. Derived from hemp seeds, it has been regarded as a superfood due to its high essential fatty acid content and the unique ratio of omega3 to omega6 and gamma linolenic acid (GLA) – 2:5:1. Hemp seed oil, is known to contain up to 5% of pure GLA, a much higher concentration than any other plant, even higher than spirulina.

For thousands of years, the hemp plant has been used in elixirs and medicinal teas because of its healing properties and now medical science is zeroing in on the properties of its active substances. 

CBD hemp oil and hemp seed oil come from the same strains of the cannabis sativa L family. CBD hemp oil is made from the stalks of cannabis plants that have been breed by man for high levels of cannabidiol. On the other hand hemp seed oil is made from crushing the seeds of a different variety of cannabis plants that have been breed for hemp seed oil. Both CBD hemp oil and hemp seed oil do not contain THC and are safe and nutritious for all to consume.

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