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Hemp Oil & Stress: How CannabiQuin™ Promotes Calmness
Stress. It’s everywhere. Despite our most earnest efforts to meditate, download mindfulness apps, and practice calming techniques, stress seems to always catch up with us in some form or another.
In this guide, we’ll break down some of the biggest questions surrounding hemp oil and how it differs from Cannabidiol (CBD). We’ll also take a look at CannabiQuin™, a special fusion of ThymoQuin™ and full-spectrum hemp oil. As always, it’s important to remember that you should consult with your physician before taking any nutraceutical product.*
Hemp Oil vs. CBD
Hemp oil and CBD products are both sourced from plants within the cannabis genus. The market for cannabis-related products is one that continues to evolve, and many people still have questions about the differences between these products. First and foremost, it is important to note that even though hemp oil and CBD are derived from plants in the cannabis family, they are not the same as marijuana. Each of these products has important differences and are used for different things.
What is Hemp Oil?
The hemp plant is not the same as the marijuana plant. They may look similar, but there are important differences between the two, the key one being their THC concentrations. THC is the psychoactive compound in marijuana that creates the “high” sensation. Under federal law, hemp includes the Cannabis sativa L. plant, any parts of the plant, and any derivatives, extracts, phytocannabinoids, etc. of the plant with a THC level of 0.3% or less.  Those super-low THC levels are the key.  Cannabis plants and products containing more than 0.3% THC are still considered marijuana (and still illegal) under federal law.*
Hemp oil is extracted from the hemp plant, which is one variety of plant within the Cannabis sativa L. species. It is specifically grown for industrial uses as fiber, protein, and oil.*
Most forms of hemp oil used in health and beauty products are derived from food-grade strains of the hemp plant, meaning they are non-toxic and generally safe for consumption. Hemp seed oil is extracted only from the seeds of the hemp plant, whereas full-spectrum hemp oil uses the entire plant, including the leaves and stem. There is also broad-spectrum hemp oil, which uses the entire plant and is then put through further processing to remove all traces of THC.*
There are, lastly, isolates, where one compound, or phytocannabinoid, is isolated from the hemp oil.*
  • https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/324450.php
  •  https://www.healthline.com/health/hemp-vs-cbd-oil#1  
  • https://www.healthline.com/health/your-cbd-guide#what-is-cbd  
  • https://phys.org/news/2019-02-hemp-marijuana.html
  • https://medium.com/cbd-origin/hemp-vs-marijuana-the-difference-explained-a837c51aa8f7

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