Hemp Oil – Benefits and More

For a variety of years, eastern cultures used hemp for different health issues. Unfortunately, the use of marijuana is not as widespread in America due to negative stigma and association— but this changes quickly as more and more people learn the facts about the plant, in particular because it does not contain THC (a psychoactive marijuana component). This growth of education and awareness has led to a rise in the popularity of CBD and hemp in recent years and is expected to continue to grow on the market.

The cannabis sativa and hemp derive from the same species! The only difference is that a Cannabis sativa plant must contain a minimum of 0.3 percent THC to be described as hemp. So how is hemp oil, hemp seed oil, CBD oil, and cannabis oil differing?

Hemp Oil - This product was taken from a hemp plant's stalk mainly because of its CBD content. It needs less than 0.3% of THC legally.

Hemp Seed Oil - It is oil extracted from seeds of hemp. Hemp seed oil does not contain much or no THC or CBD but is extracted from its healthy fatty acid profile.

CBD Oil - CBD oil is made from Cannabis sativa or hemp and made from the entire plant, including the blooming portion, in States where cannabis is legal. CBD oil must be made from hemp where cannabis is illegal, meaning the stalks of the hemp plant.

Cannabis Oil - This oil comes from Cannabis sativa plants with different concentrations of CBD and THC. The clear disadvantage of cannabis oil is that it is not possible to buy outside a state where cannabis sales have not been legalized. The amount of THC is some cannabis oil may also be higher, which could pose a problem for people not seeking the psychoactive effects of cannabis oil, so read labels and consult with product experts.

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Depression, Anxiety, and Pain

The pain and anxiety management and as a sleeping aid are one of the most commonly reported benefits of hemp oil. To this end, a full spectrum CBD hemp oil for pain works best to maximize its overall effectiveness, as the different cannabinoids work together. Take the recommended dosage once in the morning and at night and slowly increase the dosage if the effects are unsatisfactory or decreasing.

Promotes Good Skin

Hemp oil is a very popular element in balm, hydrating agents and other skin products which serve to reduce acne as well as dryness, itch and irritation because of its anti-inflammatory and antioxidants properties. While further research is required, hemp oil can also be expected to protect against aging.


There is plenty of terpenes in hemp oil which make the plant aromatic. Many of these terpenes help with their treatment. Beta-caryophyllene and myrcene, which are known to help in the regulation of immune and depression respectively, are two examples of terpenes found in hemp. In addition to terpenes, fatty acids, vitamins, and antioxidants are found throughout the entire spectrum of CBD oil.

Good for the Brain

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which is essential in brain development, especially eye development, in the first year of life, is one of the many essential fatty acids in hemp. Therefore, a hemp oil scheme during pregnancy can protect the child's eye and brain.

Good for Heart

The 3:1 Omega-6 hemp oil to Omega-3 fatty acid ratio can both promote cardiovascular health and prevent many diseases.

Hormone Balance

Studies have shown that gamma-linolic acid (GLA), an omega-six fatty acid found in fat hemp oil, is useful for the hormones balance in the body.


It is important to maintain a healthy immune system during cold and flu seasons. Hemp seed oil can help because it includes essential fatty acids to support a healthy intestine and to support the function and response of the immune system.

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**Disclaimer: The content above does not create a healthcare provider-patient relationship nor intends to offer medical advice.