Hemp oil has become a popular alternative to many medications on the market today. It is 100% legal and is growing in its popularity. If more people knew the history and benefits of hemp oil, it could change the lives of so many. In this summary, I will share some history and benefits of hemp oil, the differences between hemp and CBD oil and also where to buy hemp oil.

Hemp oil has been used for thousands of years for a variety of things. It is also called hemp seed oil and comes from different strands of the plant Cannabis Sativa that do not have high amounts of THC or tetrahydrocannabinol. THC is the psychoactive element found in the Cannabis plant that gives users the ‘high’ feeling. It can also cause drowsiness, low blood pressure, lightheadedness, or headaches in some cases. Hemp seed oil has many uses including skincare products, pain relief and for treating cases of epilepsy, anxiety, type 1 diabetes, and many other disorders. Many people do not know all the benefits of hemp seed oil, or where to buy hemp oil. Hemp oil is legal and can be found in stores and is also available online. It is available in stores like Wal-mart, health stores, and vaporizer stores.

Hemp seed oil is often confused with CBD oil, which is similar but contains more THC than hemp seed oil. CBD oil is not legal like hemp oil, because of the presence of THC. Although hemp seed oil is legal and marijuana has recently become legal in many states, CBD oil is still considered a Schedule 1 drug under the Controlled Substances Act. It is considered legal in some areas where it is derived from the hemp plant, which means it contains a very low amount or no THC. Even under these circumstances, the hemp plant is still often confused with the marijuana plant, because they are so similar.

Hemp seed oil was recently approved by the FDA as a drug used to treat epilepsy. It is quickly becoming a popular, safer, more natural approach to medicine. Hemp seed oil and CBD oil have many more positive benefits than negative side effects, especially being compared to so many drugs available today. Hemp oil is also NOT proven to be addictive or to give it’s users a ‘high’ feeling. If there were more resources available to educate the public on the many amazing ways this can change the face of medicine, and more people knew where to buy hemp oil, many people with even more issues can enjoy a natural alternative to treat their conditions.