What is the difference between CBD oil from hemp and from marijuana?

Find out the truth behind all common CBD myths are not easy, but we’ll try to help you and provide some explanation.

There are, really, many differences among CBD oil from Hemp and Marijuana. But, before answering this question, we’ve to provide a better clarification of what is Marijuana, Cannabis, and Hemp and how they’re different from each other. Cannabis has two primary classifications — Indica and Sativa. Marijuana and hemp are “cousins” and belongs to cannabis category. But Hemp is the Cannabis sativa, while Marijuana presents is either Cannabis Indica or Cannabis Sativa. 

Most important that Hemp comes with high concentrations of cannabidiol (CBD), the non-psychoactive cannabinoid, but it contains virtually no THC (< 0.3%). On another hand THC content that gives Marijuana its psychoactive properties. Contrasting marijuana, hemp has been excepted from the Controlled Substances Act with the 2018 Farm Bill.

 CBD oil made from hemp and marijuana are 2 different goods. Should you choose CBD from Hemp or Marijuana? It’s depended from the law in the state where you live and procedure you are choosing (prescribed CBD or OTC). Some scientists believe that blend of CBD to THC is the most effective in treating inflammation, chronic pain, and neurodegeneration, and even a 20:1 ratio of CBD to THC can produce significantly stronger therapeutic effects.