Hemp Seed Oil vs CBD Oil: What’s The Difference?

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Typically, both CBD oil and hemp oil originate from the hemp plant, a non-psychoactive cannabis plant. As a result, it typically does not cause intoxication. However, many consumers mistakenly believe that CBD or hemp products will get them high, when in fact it is the marijuana plant—hemp’s psychoactive cousin—that can induce mind-altering effects.

Since the approval of the first cannabidiol (CBD)-based drug by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), consumers have become increasingly interested in the benefits of hemp seed and CBD oils.

Hemp Seed Oil

Hemp CBD Oil

What it is?

Hemp seed oil is extracted from the seeds of cannabis sativa trace amounts of CBD. It contains little to no THC.

It contains omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, gamma-linolenic acid, and other nutritional antioxidants. It is also high in B vitamins and vitamin D.

CBD, aka cannabidiol, oil is made from flowers, leaves and stalks of cannabis sativa, it’s rich in cannabinoids but contains less than 1% THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).

Extraction Method

Cold-press extraction

Superficial CO2 extraction/ Liquid solvents


  • Deep hydration for ultra-dry skin

  • Moisturising without clogging pores

  • Softened skin for a more supply complexion

  • Boost in hair growth and lessened hair loss

  • Strengthen nails

  • Improved skin elasticity

  • Analgesic effects (aka amazing pain-relieving abilities)

  • Relieves muscle aches and joint pain

  • Soothes headaches and migraines

  • Anti-inflammatory effects that diminish symptoms of auto-immunes diseases


  • Cooking Oil
  • Industrial product
  • Food supplements
  • Personal care products
    • Lotions
    • Skin care
    • Hair care
  • Food/ drink

  • Supplements

  • Pet products

  • Topicals

Did You Know?

THC is the main psychoactive compound in cannabis that produces the high sensation. While the cannabis plant has high THC levels (up to 28%), the hemp plant’s THC concentration does not exceed 0.3%. Thus, products derived from the hemp plant are unlikely to create a “high” and are mainly used for medicinal purposes.


+ Psychoactive – Will keep you high (>0.3 THC)


-Non-pyschoactive – Won’t get you high (≤0.3 THC)


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