I honestly don’t know what it is?
I would assume hemp oil would contain all oils from plant where cbd only would be isolate that has been spun in a centrifuge to separate out all other cannabinoids (other processes involved typically just heating/cooling then spinning again).
Hemp oil is derived from hemp seeds.
CBD oil can be extracted from the whole Hemp plant OR from the Marijuana plant. CBD oil is just that: CBD extracted from a plant. It can be full spectrum. It can be an isolate. It can be cut with carrier oils. It can be pure distillate. Medicinal CBD oil is typically extracted from hemp plants, because by law, hemp has under .3% THC. CBD products, to be legal, have to have less than that % of THC.
So no cbd in hemp oil?
Cannabis sativa L. is the botanical name and latin binomial of Hemp, marijuana is a colloquial name for dried leaves and flowers of cannabis varietys rich in THC.
Depending on THC and CBD content “HEMP” can be divided into fibre and drug types, in the USA and Canada the term “HEMP” is usually only applied to fibre hemp in contrast to the term “Marijuana” while in many regions of Europe HEMP can be applied to drug types as well.
Taken from the book Cannabis and Cannabinoids by Ethan Russo
CBD oil and hemp oil come from different parts of the cannabis plant. CBD oil uses the whole plant, while hemp oil comes from its seeds. To know more visit: