CBD Oil vs Hemp Seed Oil

CBD Oil vs Hemp Seed Oil

CBD oil is NOT hemp seed oil.  Due to lack of proper regulation,  companies are labeling their products as CBD when the have in fact simply added hemp seed oil.  This allows companies to charge a premium for their product hoping for a “placebo effect” for the customer.  Unfortunately, some companies are built on mis-direction and snazzy marketing; not on ethics and  customer education. While hemp seed oil does have some benefits it lacks the overall therapeutic benefits that true CBD products offer. My Relief Health is interested in developing a long-term relationship with our customers and ensuring that our product recommendations truly meet their needs. 


Extracted using the entire plant including the stalks, flowers, and leaves

Total plant can contain up to 150,000-ppm (parts per million) of CBD

Offers a variety of therapeutic benefits through its interaction with the ECS system

Currently being researched across the globe for its ability to assist the human condition in a variety of ways

Hemp Seed Oil

Extracted from just the seed of the hemp plant

Used as a culinary ingredient for its nutritional value

Hemp seeds contain only trace amounts of CBD – typically less than 25 parts per million (ppm).

Often improperly marketed and sold as CBD Oil alluding to the associated benefits

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