The confusion begins with the questions about the potential of getting high from hemp products. Although hemp and marijuana are related by their plant family, they are very separate entities when it comes to the psychoactive effects of the plants.
Hemp and marijuana both have CBC the non-psychoactive healing element. Only marijuana, and not hemp, produces the psychoactive THC. This means you can use hemp in all of it’s forms, from edible seeds to oils and never experience a “high.” The CBC and THC can be separated in marijuana to provide medicinal uses that are not psychoactive.
Hemp oil should not be overlooked for pain relief and should probably be in everyone’s medicine cabinet, replacing harmful drugs. A dropper-full released under the tongue to be absorbed is all that is needed. The earthy, green, nutty taste is pleasant and enjoyable when swallowed after a few seconds. It is especially helpful for chronic pain from muscles and joints.
In addition to pain relief, hemp oil is an excellent skin healer. You can now find it in lotions and skin creams over the counter. It increases blood circulation, assists in curing cancer and improves general health with an excellent balance of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids. Every form of hemp has secondary side-effects and they are all good for you.
From personal experience I can recommend my use of hemp oil for chronic pain. I can tell you that the benefits begin almost instantaneously. By the time you are ready to replace the cap on the bottle, you will begin to feel relief.
Gaining access to quality hemp oil is not always easy even though it can be legally shipped throughout the United States. With that said, I will recommend the brand I currently use. There is no financial benefit to myself. The product is produced in small batches by two very conscientious young women who care about health and provide a very pure product.
You can locate the product for shipping at KB Pure Essentials at https://kbpureessentials.com. The product I use is the Hemp Oil Tincture.