What is the difference between hemp oil and CBD oil?

While both hemp seed oil and CBD oil are derived from hemp, they are made from different parts of the plant. So what is the difference between hemp oil and cbd oil? Below, we’ll explore in more detail what makes the sole ingredients in Natrina Full Spectrum CBD Oil so unique.

Hemp seed oil

Hemp seed oil has been used globally for thousands of years and it’s becoming increasingly common to find it amongst the extra virgin olive oil and sea salt in kitchen cupboards. That’s because it’s used in cooking and for drizzling over salads. It’s packed with good stuff, including good fats, healthy fatty acids, vitamin E and cholesterol-lowering plant sterols.

Cannabidiol (CBD)

While hemp seed oil is made using the seeds of the plant, CBD is made from the leaves and the flowers. It comes from hemp plants that have been deliberately bred so that they contain low amounts of THC. This means that CBD can’t get you high and is completely legal. CBD is the component of CBD Oil that everyone’s talking about, thanks to the wide range of health benefits that have been attributed to it. We could talk about this all day, so we’ve created a whole section on the benefits of CBD.

Just two natural ingredients

Natrina Full Spectrum CBD Oil is made using just two ingredients – hemp seed oil and CBD oil. We use hemp seed oil as our base, then mix in the CBD to make it ‘active’.

We have complete control over our supply chain and all of our ingredients are fully traceable. Our hemp seed oil is 100% organic, while our CBD is 100% natural. We source these two ingredients from Europe, before blending them at our UK premises under strict pharmaceutical conditions. This ensures you enjoy a high quality, standardised product every time.

If you’d like to know more about how we make Natrina Full Spectrum CBD Oil, take a look at our natural cbd oil page.

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