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Marijuana, on the other hand, tends to contain a more diverse terpene profile than hemp. Products derived from weed plants also tend to contain both CBD and THC in levels higher than 0.3%.

The cannabis species naturally produces hundreds of active compounds. CBD is a chemical compound produced in abundance that has become one of the most commonly sought after cannabinoids. This is largely due to the potential medical and wellness benefits of CBD.

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The law is one significant consideration that influences consumer choice between hemp- or marijuana-based CBD goods. Following the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, industrial hemp was removed from the government’s list of controlled substances.

As CBD becomes more well known, there is growing awareness that not all CBD products are made the same, nor are they even necessarily derived from the same kind of cannabis plant.

What follows are some of the key differences between using hemp vs. marijuana plants to extract CBD and to make CBD oil.

Designed to support overall health and well‑being, Everyday Wellness offers a number of simple ways to take your daily CBD.

CBD+iso Intense Relief Collection combines broad-spectrum CBD with CBC (Cannabichromene) Isolate. These natural plant-derived cannabinoids are formulated to provide targeted benefits for life’s aches and pains.

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CBD+iso Quiet Mind Collection combines CBD with CBG (Cannabigerol) to provide targeted benefits for life’s stressful moments.

Designed to support overall health and well‑being, Everyday Wellness offers a number of simple ways to take your daily CBD.

Available as roll-ons and balms. Plus, enjoy the added benefits of essential oils.