The Difference between Hemp Seed Oil and Hemp Extract

The Difference between Hemp Seed Oil and Hemp Extract

As a consumer, it is important to know what you are paying for.  Sometimes a misunderstanding of a product can lead to disappointment in results or benefits. In this blog, we will be discussing a topic that many consumers have been led to confusion by the difference between hemp oil and hemp extract.

What is Hemp Seed Oil?

Hemp seed oil is the oil that is derived from the hemp seed. This oil is strictly from the seed of the hemp plant, so there are some properties that are different in the oil than that of the hemp extract. First, the hemp seed oil contains no CBD. This is one of the biggest misunderstandings consumers fail to recognize when purchasing a hemp seed oil product. There are also no other cannabinoids contained as well.

Lacking the 113 cannabinoids, including CBD is a reason that hemp seed oil is less expensive than hemp extract.

Hemp seed contains a large amount of fatty acids and Omegas, including vitamin E, Omega 6 and Omega 3.

What is Hemp Extract?

Hemp extract does contain CBD, as well as the cannabinoid found inside the plant. Hemp extract and CBD oil are two terms that are used synonymously in the CBD industry often times. To be more specific, hemp extract comes from the parts of the hemp plant with the highest concentrations of cannabidiol. Hemp extract comes from the stalks, stems and leaves of the hemp plant, but not from the seeds.

Hemp extract is also more expensive than hemp seed oil. Products derived from the hemp extract will contain all the benefits of CBD.

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