BATCH’s CBD offers multiple CBD Oil tinctures, including their Original CBD Oil Tincture, Dream CBD Oil Tincture, CALM CBD Oil Tincture, CLARITY CBD Oil Tincture, and their GOLD RESERVE BLEND. These CBD oil tinctures are available in a variety of concentrations, from 500mg up to 3000mg, so you can further customize your CBD experience!
When buying CBD oil, one of the first things to do is to ensure that you’re actually buying a product that contains CBD. Remember, hemp seed and CBD oil are vastly different and have very different side effects.
BATCH CBD is your one-stop shop for exceptional full-spectrum CBD products, including an assortment of specially designed oil tinctures, gummies, balms, and gel capsules. BATCH’S full-spectrum products contain all of the naturally occurring cannabinoids found in hemp, including up to .3% THC, so you can experience a fuller range of benefits. All of BATCH’s CBD products are made with high-quality organic Wisconsin hemp and are tested by a third-party lab.
On the other hand, CBD is extracted using a variety of processes, including CO2 or ethanol extraction. The extract is then suspended in a carrier oil. CBD oil contains all of the plant compounds, including terpenes, other cannabinoids, and flavonoids.
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Hemp oil, also known as hemp seed oil, is made by cold-pressing hemp seeds into an oil. The seeds contain very little CBD, THC, and other compounds. However, it does contain a large amount of omega-3 and omega-6 fats, which are some of the healthiest unsaturated fats. The seeds also contain vitamin C, iron, calcium, magnesium, and B vitamins.
Now that you know the differences between hemp and CBD oil, here are some of the best CBD products that you’ll want to try.
To ensure you’re buying a CBD product, check the ingredients list for CBD, cannabidiol, or some kind of extract such as full spectrum, broad spectrum, or CBD isolate. If none of these ingredients are listed, then chances are that you’re buying hemp oil and not CBD oil.
If you’re in the market for CBD oil, it’s important to understand the difference between CBD and hemp seed oil. These two oils are often used interchangeably, but they are very different. While both oils are made from parts of the hemp plant, they have very different chemical makeups along with different side effects.
As interest in CBD has continued to grow, there’s also been a renewed interest in a similar product, hemp oil. While many people use CBD and hemp oil interchangeably, the fact is that these products are very different. Though they are both extracted from hemp, they have very different effects.
CBD Isolate: Treats acne and inflammation, separation from all other components of the cannabis plant makes it more pure
Isolate is just plain CBD (cannabidiol) without the bells and whistles. A lot of the time when you see “CBD” on a product label, it’s CBD isolate. Generally, isolated CBD is dissolved in a carrier oil like coconut or jojoba, and that’s how it’s used; it's fully distinct from hemp oil unless the two are mixed after being created separately. With that being said, it has fairly similar properties to hemp oil.
Broad-Spectrum CBD: Robust calming effect at a higher price point, derived from the "whole plant"
Also called cannabis sativa oil, it contains zero percent THC and is completely void of CBD (or contains only trace amounts).
Broad-Spectrum and Full-Spectrum CBD
So what’s the difference? Well, it boils down to the fact that hemp oil comes from the seeds of the plant, and CBD oil typically comes from the whole plant (leaves, stems, and all). But admittedly, this is made a little more complicated when you bring in the notions of full and broad-spectrum CBD (along with CBD isolate), so let's break it down.
These are the other ingredients that can be marketed as CBD besides CBD isolate. If you read “-spectrum” at the end of any descriptor of hemp or CBD, it usually means that it comes with other cannabinoids found in the hemp plant—sometimes including THC (broad-spectrum CBD usually contains THC, while full-spectrum does not). Because those cannabinoids are included, you theoretically get what’s called “the entourage effect," meaning, the other cannabinoids and terpenes work together with CBD to provide a more potent effect. Each has their own individual effect on the body, so think of it as a whole orchestra as opposed to a single violinist.
CBD (cannabidiol) in its purest form, isolated from other elements found in the plant it was derived from.
Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp Seed Oil: Basic moisturizing and anti-inflammatory benefits at a lower price tag, derived from the seed
We don’t blame you if you haven’t made a habit of looking at the ingredients in every single one of your beauty products. But if you’ve ever used Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar (RIP), True Botanicals’ Pure Radiance Oil ($110), or even just Dr. Bronner’s soap, you’ve already been using hemp oil. surprise! The truth is, hemp oil (which also goes by the names cannabis sativa seed oil or hempseed oil) has been used in beauty products right under your nose for a long time. But an increase in demand for beauty products made from cannabis sativa—like hemp-derived CBD oil, also known as cannabidiol—means some confusion has recently surfaced when it comes to knowing which ingredient is which.