We are often asked, "What's the difference between the hemp oil I purchase at the grocery store versus the products you offer online". CBD oil is short for cannabidiol oil, and hemp oil is the common term for hemp seed oil.
Hemp Oil is made by pressing hemp seeds that contain low levels of CBD. Typically less than 25 parts per million of CBD. CBD oil is made from either A) the cannabis flowers that have up to fifteen percent or a hundred fifty thousand parts per million of CBD or. B) the flowers, and leaves of industrial hemp fiber stalks that are processed in a large scale production facility. CBD oil is not made or pressed from hemp seeds.
Hemp oil is great for cooking, and full of nutrients. It has a nutty taste, and can be a wonderful replacement for olive oil, used as a natural moisturizer, in the production of paints that are more eco-friendly, and used in making lotions, soaps, and even some foods.
The British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology reported in 2013 that CBD oil can be used in the treatment of cancer, inflammatory disorders, anxiety, depression, seizures, neurodegenerative disorders, treatment of epilepsy, plus many various medical conditions.
Do your research on what CBD is, and draw your own conclusions.