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Due to many States "legalizing" CBD (Cannabidiol) Oil for use in patients, we thought it important to help you understand what the difference is between CBD Oil from marijuana versus CBD Oil grown from industrial hemp.
CBD Oil from marijuana is not yet legalized in all 50 States because the initial product made from marijuana plants (genetically bred to be high in levels of THC), has higher THC before the CBD is isolated from the plant.
CBD Oil from industrial hemp is already legal in all 50 States because the initial product, hemp, contains no traceable amounts of THC, and therefore is already legal to transport across State lines. Industrial hemp is genetically bred to have high levels of CBD, which is non-psychoactive, and safe for children and the elderly to consume (there is no "high").
Marijuana is different than hemp. Marijuana has high levels of THC, and is not yet legal to grow and consume in all 50 States. Hemp is different, because it is legal to consume products made from hemp in all 50 States, and has been for a long time.
When you hear that CBD Oil is becoming "legal" in a State - it means that CBD Oil from THC-high marijuana plants can be consumed. CBD Oil from industrial hemp is already legal to consume, buy, and sell in all 50 States because there's no traceable amounts of THC in the end products, and instead are rich in the compound CBD.
Don't forget…. be sure to ask these four critical questions when choosing a CBD Oil supplement!