When looking for information on the internet about CBD oil, you will notice that the terms of weed oil and CBD oil are often used together. This is unfair because it is both other types of oils with any other properties. In this article, we try to clarify those differences for you.
What is the difference between weed oil, hemp oil, cannabis oil and CBD oil?
In CBD oil is a high percentage of CBD, this is the abbreviation for cannabidiol. In weed / cannabis oil (also known as THC oil) is a high percentage of THC, this is the abbreviation for tetrahydrocannabidiol. Both CBD and THC originate from the cannabis plant. These are both active substances known for their good functioning on the body. However, THC also has a psychoactive effect, which gives a high feeling. CBD does not have this feature, but is mainly used because people experience relief from all kinds of complaints. In THC oil is usually between 1% and 8% THC, in CBD oil often low traces of THC (less than 0.2%). This means that CBD oil is not covered by the Opium Act and may be lawfully traded in the Netherlands. This is not true for THC oil, because of the high percentage of THC.
What does CBD do for you?
Many people have the idea that they can benefit more from TCH oil because both THC and CBD are incorporated into the oil. This is a misunderstanding, CBD oil can work properly on the body and in THC only a small percentage of CBD. In CBD oil, the concentrations of CBD are much higher. CBD can mainly dope on pain and many people experience using CBD a reduction of both physical and mental health problems.
Where does it help?
Thousands of people around the world indicate that they benefit from CBD. But what kinds of illnesses are exactly? We’ve listed here for what complaints our customers indicate that they have made a positive result with CBD:
Although many clients indicate that they have had a positive outcome in these illnesses, this is per person dependent. We can not guarantee and do not want medical claims regarding the use of CBD.