If you look into the comparison of Hemp vs CBD, then you can find out which one is better. And moreover, you will also get certain information on both.
- Hemp contains a very low concentration of THC (less than 0.3%). Because of this, it is grown primarily for industrial purposes. This is how it got the name Industrial hemp.
- The plant consists of skinny leaves concentrated at the top of the plant. It grows taller and skinnier than Marijuana, with few branches under its upper portion.
- You can produce paper, clothing, food products, oils, building materials, biofuel, and more out of it.
- As cannabidiol is growing in popularity all over the world, it is also used to make full spectrum hemp oil and cream.
- CBD oil and tinctures are popular products that are fast-moving and widely available.
- Each state or country has its own laws for the use, sales, transportation, and cultivation of the plant. This largely depends on the THC-content which it comprises of.
- In the United States, the THC-content that is allowed for it to be classified as legal is 0.3%.
- CBD or Cannabidiol is one of the derivatives from the same plant.
- It is infused into oils and tinctures and into edibles like gummies.
- Cannabidiol interacts with the endocannabinoid system in the body. Upon doing so, it brings a state of stability or induces “homeostasis”. This brings positive effects in your body.
- It reduces anxiety, pain, inflammation and helps with sleep disorders.
- CBD from cannabis, and from hemp- what’s the difference?
- While the compound is the same in each of them, the resin, terpenes and other cannabinoids that surround them make all the difference.
- Going by that, Hemp CBD has a much lower terpene and cannabinoid count, compared to cannabis CBD.
- In the US, the legality depends on two things- it should be sourced from the plant and must contain a THC concentration of 0.3 percent or less.