CBD oil is extracted from cannabis plants

Hundreds of organic substances are found in cannabis plants. Cannabidiol (CBD) is - after THC - the most common substance in cannabis Sativa and cannabis Indica. CBD oil is produced from industrial hemp fields and is the most well-known and used form of CBD.

Unlike the cannabis plants used to produce coffee shop weed, cannabis plants used to produce CBD oil contain a lot of CBD and very little THC.

Clean industrial hemp fields

It is important that the plants used to make CBD oil grow in a safe and clean manner industrial hemp fields. This is the only way to get the purest and best possible product. If the soil is not clean or there are still chemicals or pesticides present, the cannabis plant will absorb this and these substances will eventually end up in the CBD oil.