The #1 Difference Between Cannabis Oil And CBD Oil

By Terry Hacienda, The Fresh Toast on

Published in Cannabis Daily

Cannabis oil is majorly preferred for recreational reasons. People use it to get high because of its considerable levels of THC.

Smoking might be the trend right now, but trust me, infused oils may very well be the future.

Cannabis plants have various derivatives, a host of psychoactive compounds, 100s of cannabinoids, and various forms of terpenes. This gives users a wide basket to choose their infused oil from, it also makes selecting one a very hard task.

The commonly used oils are hemp oil, cannabis oil, CBD oil, weed stem oil, CBD tinctures, hemp seed oil, etc. These oils are popular for their medicinal and recreational value. They are generally considered to be very safe to ingest with no combustion-attached risks.

Recently, there has been a wide debate on the potential benefits of CBD oil and cannabis oil. Other oils derived from cannabis have been extensively discussed in the last year. This post will majorly focus on discussing the variations between CBD oil and cannabis oils.

General Overview of CBD Oil and Cannabis Oil


First off, while both oils are far from being the same, they have a common source; they can both be extracted from cannabis sativa plants.

CBD oil and cannabis oil are produced and packaged in varieties, however, both forms are consumed for very different reasons and they’re regulated by entirely different laws ( which you’ll come to know as you read on).

In-Depth View Of CBD Oil and Cannabis Oil What is CBD Oil? This oil is made from industrial hemp. Hemp is a variety of cannabis Sativa plants.

The unique feature of this oil is that it only has trace amounts of THC, often less than 1%. This renders the oil non-psychotropic.


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