Hemp oil and CBD conventional are all called cannabis oil. Cannabis oil is a generic term. Not only hemp oil and CBD oil but also some other extracted oils. So, what is the difference between hemp oil and CBD oil?
Hemp oil is called the most perfect and balanced vegetable oil in nature. This is because no other vegetable oil has the perfect ratio of Omega-3 to Omega-6. In addition, hemp oil can supplement the body’s essential vitamins, antioxidants, and other health-friendly substances. However, this applies only to cold-pressed hemp oil, as only unrefined hemp oil can perfectly retain all the nutrients of hemp seeds.
Correspondingly, refined hemp oil. Refining is a relatively complex process that includes treatment with compounds and processing at high temperatures up to 270 degrees Celsius. This process removes most of the vitamins and other health-promoting substances contained in the oil. Some omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids will be lost during this process. Refined hemp oil is mainly used in the production of cosmetics and various ointments.
Unrefined cold-pressed hemp oil is obtained from hemp seeds by mechanical extraction at low temperatures of no more than 40 months. Cold-pressed hemp oil is not chemically washed or bleached, and suspended matter and sediment in the oil are usually removed by cold filtration.
Unrefined hemp oil needs to be stored in a relatively dry and low-temperature place because it has not undergone any chemical treatment and high temperature during the production process. The storage environment of refined hemp oil is relatively less severe.
Refined hemp oil is mainly used in the production of various cosmetics and ointments. Unrefined hemp oil is an emerging healthy edible vegetable oil.
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