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Cannabis oils or concentrated extracts are obtained by the extraction of cannabinoids from the dried flowers (cannabis flos) of the cannabis plant. The purpose of producing cannabis oil is to make cannabinoids and other components (i.e. terpenes), available in a highly concentrated form.

Medicinal cannabis oil extracted from Bedrocan’s standardised flos is currently available in the Netherlands and several other countries. It is extracted by pharmacies (as magistral preparations) or pharmaceutical companies using GMP-certified production methods.

CBD oil

In recent years, a large, unregulated market for CBD (cannabidiol) oils has emerged. These products are typically derived from fibre-type cannabis strains (hemp), which contain large concentrations of CBD, but negligible of THC.

Home or unregulated production can pose risks to patients who consume them. The exact composition of different available oils is frequently unknown. They are not checked for quality by external certified laboratories for the presence of residual solvents, or contaminants such as microbes, pesticides, heavy metals or mycotoxins. The lack of standardisation of both the cannabis starting material and oils makes it impossible to fully evaluate their therapeutic effects over time and, hence, their medicinal value.

Many CBD oil manufacturing companies prefer using the Supercritical Fluid Extraction method, which uses CO2 instead of solvents. Special equipment applies freezing temperatures and pressurized CO2 gas until it achieves a supercritical cold liquid state. The liquid then passes through the raw plant material and extracts cannabinoids present in it as well as the terpenes.

There is a lot of confusing and misleading information going around regarding hemp oil and CBD oil. While people often use these terms interchangeably, they are two completely different products. Despite both coming from the Cannabis sativa plant, hemp oil and CBD oil have many key differences. In terms of their chemical makeup, production methods, CBD content, regulations, as well as their effects on the human body, they are different. Understanding the difference between CBD oil and hemp oil will help you make a more informed decision when it comes to choosing the best product for your needs. Maybe you’ve come across products labeled CBD rich hemp oil and wondered what that is all about.

Legally, hemp refers to cannabis that contains 0.3% or less THC content. At these levels, the THC content is negligible and can’t cause any psychoactive effect in the body.

Where Is CBD In the Hemp Plant?

The stalks of the hemp plant are among the most versatile parts of the plant. The parts of the stalks of the plant are the bast and hurds. Those go into the production of a wide variety of products.

Broad-spectrum CBD oil: This contains a range of compounds found in the cannabis plant but without THC.

Hemp seed oil is an excellent source of nutrients. Its wide range of benefits are due to its high concentration of:

Prolonged inflammation can lead to a wide range of health problems. An omega-6 fatty acid known as gamma-linolenic acid present in the hemp seed oil has strong anti-inflammatory properties.

Due to the potent nature of this rich CBD oil, it has the texture of a thick paste. If needed, place the syringe in hot water for 30 seconds before administering to soften the oil.

CBD Relieve full spectrum rich hemp oil utilises the whole plant extract to deliver a potent, full–spectrum CBD oil that is crammed with 5 cannabinoids and over 40 naturally occurring terpenes. With approximately 85% CBD present, this oil is CBD Relieve’s strongest product and is the purest and best value oil available on the market today.

CBD Relieve full spectrum rich hemp oil is certified organic, GMO, pesticide and solvent free and contains zero THC.

CBD Relieve’s 0% THC Phyto cannabinoid Hemp Oil has no detectable levels of THC and is completely non psychoactive.

Following the change to the FSA guidelines, please do not exceed 70mg of CBD per day.

Derived from hemp that is organically grown in the mountains of Colorado, this oil is extracted using the Co2 extraction method (the cleanest method possible) resulting in a unique, full–spectrum product that contains a host of naturally occurring terpenes and cannabinoids.

Recommended Use:
Put a grain of rice size amount of CBD paste onto your finger and apply to the gums or under your tongue. Hold under the tongue for 60 seconds and then swallow. Repeat 1–2 times daily.