What is CBD Oil?
CBD oil, also known as Cannabidol, is a compound extracted from the Cannabis Sativa plant. The properties of CBD oil are sought by those experiencing anxiety, sleeplessness, nausea, pain and various medical conditions such as cancer. CBD is also used for pain management and various medical conditions in pets. CBD is not psychoactive, unlike the THC component of Cannabis Sativa.

As a result of new TGA legislation, CBD oil is legal to buy over the counter in Australian chemists in 2021.

What is Hemp oil?
Hemp oil comes from the seed of the Cannabis Sativa plant, and is a nutritional supplement high in omega 3 and 6 fatty acids with significant anti-inflammatory properties. Hemp oil is high in protein, minerals such as magnesium, zinc and calcium, and is also high in antioxidants.

What is the difference between Hemp Oil and CBD Oil?
Hemp oil is derived from only the seeds of the Cannabis Sativa plant, whereas CBD oil is extracted from the whole plant (stalks, leaves and flowers), resulting in higher CBD levels than Hemp Oil.

CBD Oil Frequently Asked Questions:

Will CBD oil get me high?
No, this isn’t possible as the levels of THC in full spectrum oil are too low to have an effect. If the CBD oil is a CBD isolate, there will be no THC present in the oil.

Can I drive after using CBD oil?
According to NSW regulations, CBD oil has been found to be safe for driving, however some believe it is best to avoid driving while taking CBD oil. Check with your local authorities or state before driving a vehicle while taking CBD oil.

What are the side effects of CBD oil?
Some people have reported diarrhea, nausea, appetite changes and fatigue, but these effects are only present in some people.

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