There are some people who can try both essential oil and CBD oil and claim that neither of them did anything. This phenomenon could be for any number of different reasons. Perhaps a person’s body chemistry wasn’t suited for CBD oil, maybe they didn’t take enough of it, or maybe they took the wrong kind of CBD product. Not everyone has the same experience with CBD oil and essential oils because everyone’s body is different.
CBD is short for cannabidiol, which is a compound naturally found in the cannabis plant family. CBD is extracted from hemp plants because it contains high levels of CBD and low levels of tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC. For full spectrum oil, the CBD compound is extracted from the plant in a meticulous way in order to extract the CBD and terpene and flavonoid compounds. Terpenes are the plant’s scent molecules, and flavonoids are the flavor molecules, which enhance the benefits of CBD. After the CBD is isolated, it’s a thick and bitter substance that is refined and tested for purity and potency standards. The CBD is then added to a carrier oil or water and flavoring to make it pleasant and easy to use or consume.
Body creams, oils, or topical application
What is the Difference Between Essential Oil and CBD Oil?
Hot or cold compresses
CBD oil tinctures or water solubles taken orally
Diffusers or humidifiers
When aromatherapy started to make waves amongst the public, it was partially because it promised so many distinct benefits. “All you have to do is take a whiff of lavender, and your stress will be gone!” “Feeling that cold that’s been going around the office start to creep up on you? Try some oregano oil and you’ll cure the ailment on the spot!”
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Two of our A88CBD™ products may sound similar at first glance, but there are major differences. Yes, you’re right, we are talking A88CBD™ Essential Oil and A88CBD™ Tinctures.