The main difference is in its components (cannabinoids): hemp oil CBD contains up to 0.2% THC, which is the amount of THC allowed under European legislation. In some countries like Sweden, however, THC is banned, and there are also some people who have some misgivings about THC and prefer the crystal variant of hemp CBD.
CBD hemp oil
Best CBD oil: Contains a cocktail of cannabinoids found in cannabis plants, meaning it has a more effective and complex effect on our body. CBD hemp oil contains 0.2% THC, which is the permitted amount of this intoxicating substance according to European legislation. For the production of hemp extract, it is necessary to start with a simple extraction of alcohol and CO2 from flowers and leaves; then this extract is mixed in a certain concentration with the hemp seed oil.
The extraction of the alcohol consists of the distillation of the macerated alcohol. Hemp leaves and flowers are mixed with alcohol and it eliminates the cannabinoids contained in cannabis plants. The alcohol is then removed by evaporation from the pure hemp extract. The extraction of CO2 is an ecological process, in which compressed CO2 is used under high pressure so that the desired substances can be released from the cannabis plants. If the pressure is reduced, the CO2 re-emits the extracts obtained. During this process, the natural components are preserved and, in the following use, their effect can be completely eliminated.
Hemp oil crystal CBD
Hemp oil crystal CBD: contains mostly cannabidiol (CBD). The crystal implies that the CBD was isolated from the extract, to obtain pure cannabidiol (CBD) 99.9%. It consists of a white powder with small crystals of CBD. This powder is then dissolved in hemp seed oil at a given concentration.
It is scientifically proven that CBD acts mostly in combination with THC because all cannabinoids support and complement each other. Therefore, hemp oil crystal CBD is suitable even for people to whom administration of a small amount of THC has produced unwanted effects.