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Cannabis Oil Vs. Hash Oil Vs. Hemp Oil

What Is What With Cannabis Oil, Hash Oil, and Hemp Oil

Posted by DanaSmith on Saturday Jan 21, 2017
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Cannabis Oil Vs. Hash Oil Vs. Hemp Oil

 

 

While smoking might still be the most popular way to use cannabis, we at Cannabis.net think that cannabis oils are the future. Oils made from derivatives of cannabis are becoming more popular both for its medicinal and recreational value. If you want to give oils a try but aren’t sure where to start, read through our guide on the different kinds of cannabis-based oils and their uses:

 

 

Cannabis Oil

 

GORILLA GLUE OIL

 

Cannabis oils generally have a strong aroma, and come in light or dark green and brown colors. Cannabis oils are potent sources of THC which means it will give you a good buzz, but also contains many cannabinoids with therapeutic properties. It is commonly used to treat cancer, depression, chronic pain, and anxiety and is also a powerful anti-inflammatory.  Cannabis oil can be applied directly to the skin or consumed sublingually, although many also enjoy using it as an ingredient in cooking edibles.

 

 


When consuming cannabis oil, keep in mind that its effects take a while. It’s always recommended to start with low doses then work your way through after waiting 30 minutes to an hour.

 

 

Hash Oil

 

 

Hash Oil

 

Hash oil is known to be much more potent because it’s a concentrated form of cannabis oil. Just by taking an extremely small amount of hash oil will get you buzzed AF because hash oil contains higher amounts of THC.  Hash oil is also known as honey oil because of its golden color. It can be used to make balms or edibles but hash oil can also be smoked, vaped, or dabbed. Hash oils can be applied topically to provide relief from sore muscles and is also popularly used by patients who are suffering from serious, life-threatening conditions thanks to its medicinal value. Hash oil is effective in helping to improve moods as well as stress and pain relief.

 

 

Hash oil is known to make consumers get high very quickly, which is why it tends to be more popular with a younger crowd who want to get a buzz in a short amount of time.

 

 

Hemp Oil

 

 

hemp oil

 

Hemp oil is made by extracting oil by pressing hemp seeds.  Avoid purchasing refined hemp oil, which is colorless and has no antioxidants or vitamins. Cold-pressed hemp oil is usually green in color. Unrefined cold-pressed hemp oil has serious medicinal and health benefits particularly Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids which are needed for optimum cellular health. It has no THC content and won’t get you high, although only trace amounts of it can be found in hemp oil.

 

 

Hemp oil is commonly used as an ingredient in health and beauty products. It’s also used in industrial applications such as in the manufacture of plastics, fuel, lubricants, and paint. Hemp oil burns easily so it isn’t recommended for use in cooking. However, hemp oil can be added in dishes that don’t require cooking such as salads. Because hemp oil has no THC content and can’t get you high, it’s sold as a supplement in many

 

 

 

 

 

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