HEMP is primarily used for industrial purposes, producing hundreds of resources such as textiles, seeds, food, and oils. CBD sourced from hemp is nonintoxicating, nonpsychoactive, and is now federally legal in the U.S. as long as the cannabinoid content of THC is 0.3% or less.
Hempseed oil doesn’t necessarily contain CBD, and it’s important to carefully read the labels on products marketed for their therapeutic benefits.
MARIJUANA is most commonly known and grown for its psychoactive properties because of higher concentrations of THC, whether it’s for recreational or medicinal use. CBD, found in marijuana species, is sold only in “adult use” or medicinal cannabis-friendly states through dispensaries, as it’s often combined with THC contents higher than 0.3%, usually ranging from 15% to 20% in concentration.