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Hemp seed oil alone does not contain any cannabinoids. This oil is a product of the cold-pressing of hemp seeds and not hemp plants. What makes hemp seed oil special is its unique 3:1 essential fatty acid ratio. As a dietary supplement, hemp seed oil is a tastier, slightly nutty-flavoured alternative to the less appetising oils from the health food store. Mother Nature got it right the first time with hemp.
Coconut oil is a natural source of MCTs. The health benefits of supplementing with coconut oil we do not dispute. Studies proving reductions in LDL cholesterol associated with heart disease have made coconut oil a popular diet food. Coconut oil’s shortcoming with CBD supplementation, however, is its lack of LCTs. It’s these that make the nutrients in the carrier oil more transportable in blood, and thereby highly bioavailable.
HEMP SEED OIL
Our research and experience in the business tell us that CBD oil made in the EU is the best CBD oil in the world. The European hemp industry is a mature industry with a reputation for high-quality hemp products. Moreover, high-CBD hemp varieties have been specifically bred and adapted to the European climate.
CBD oil is a top health and wellness trend. In this blog, we take a closer look at the properties of the two most effective carrier oils, hemp seed oil and olive oil. The best CBD oil is not just the one with the highest potency; bioavailability and personal preference make all the difference.
The CBD market might be in its infancy, but the forecast from the Hemp Business Journal market analysis predicts a $2.1 billion market by 2020. Matt Karnes of GreenWave Advisors told Forbes, “I estimate an almost $3 billion market by 2021”. Whoever is right, we are talking serious green. And with so much profit potential, a glut of questionable CBD oil has hit the market.
A wide variety of oils can be used to make cannabis oil. However, coconut oil and olive oil are the most popular and common. Coconut oil and olive oil are both pleasant-tasting and very nourishing for skin, making them versatile options for either medicated edibles or topical applications. Plus, they both have strong natural antifungal and antimicrobial properties. This helps prevent mold and extends the shelf life of your cannabis oil. Coconut oil is higher in saturated fat, which may bind fat-loving cannabinoids even more readily than olive oil.
Cannabis oil is made by lightly heating (and thus infusing) cannabis in a “carrier oil”. Cannabinoids like CBD and THC, the most active components in cannabis, are both hydrophobic. That means they don’t like water, and are actually repelled by water molecules. On the flip side, CBD and THC are both fat-soluble. They like to bind with fatty acid molecules – such as those found in oil. When cannabis is steeped in oil, the THC and CBD molecules leave the buds or plant material and become one with the oil instead.
What is Cannabis-Infused Oil
Cannabis oil is the foundation ingredient for ultra-healing homemade topical lotions, ointments, and salves – my favorite way to use it! Both THC and CBD have excellent anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties. Studies have shown that cannabinoids have the ability to reduce acne, fine lines and wrinkles, soothe redness and irritation, and balance natural skin oils. Also, cannabinoids (THC especially) are analgesic – meaning they reduce pain. I regularly use our homemade cannabis salve on my knees, ankles, and other aching or inflamed joints and muscles.
Your choice! You can make cannabis-infused oil with hemp or marijuana, depending on what is legal and available in your area. Or, what you’re desired end-results are. Hemp oil will only contain CBD (or a very minuscule amount of THC), while marijuana-infused oil will likely contain both THC and CBD. The ratio and concentration of THC and/or CBD depends on the strain of marijuana and particular plant it came from.
Most cannabis oil recipes call for cannabis that has already been properly decarboxylated first. The most common and fuss-free way is to decarb cannabis in the oven, and then add it to oil over a very low heat afterwards – avoiding further decarboxylation. Some folks choose to decarb their raw cannabis on the stovetop simultaneously with the oil infusion process. However, that requires significantly more careful monitoring to hit that time-temperature sweet spot (and not ruin it).