Difference between weed and CBD oil Below is a brief and concise overview of the differences between weed and CBD oil. CBD products: CBD oil comes from the industrial hemp plant and not from the hemp plant that is grown for its cannabis. CBD oil has a high CBD content and contains hardly any THC. (Lower than the statutory 0.2%) CBD does not have a psychoactive effect and is therefore also suitable for animals, the elderly and children. CBD has the most medicinal properties of the 2 substances (CBD and THC) CBD is not sleep inducing, but in low doses it can certainly promote a good night's sleep. CBD is legally available in most countries. CBD neutralizes the effect of THC. CBD inhibits the strong effect of THC.
Cannabis oil: Cannabis oil is made from the hemp plant that is grown for its cannabis and therefore contains a lot of THC. Weed oil therefore provides a psychoactive effect and you must therefore pay close attention to the dosage. Cannabis oil is also used for recreational purposes, not CBD (because it has no psychotic effect) Weed oil is sleep-inducing and appetite-inducing. Weed oil is in principle illegal. There are pharmacies that can prepare it with cannabis supplied by the government. The best known pharmacy is the Transvaalapotheek in The Hague. Yet you see more and more pharmacies that want to play a role in cannabis oil preparation.
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