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Hemp CBD Oil and it's potential

Sean Conrad, lead process development in production and chemistry for Ebbu, works on the NovaSet machine inside the company's purification lab last year in Evergreen. The machine is an all-in-one filtration device for separation of biomolecules. It separates all of the constituents, such as marijuana oil or hemp oil, to purify any number of those compounds for specific supplements. The machine extracts CBD oil as well as other specialized cannabinoids such as CBC, CBN, CBG, THCV and others. The company shed its marijuana licenses with the state to become a marijuana technology licensing and research company that serves a global marketplace.

It seems everywhere I turn these days, I am seeing advertisements for hemp CBD oil. What exactly is it, and are there benefits?

Here are some basics. Hemp is part of a family of plants called cannabaceae. Different genus and species fall underneath this category and they include both hemp and marijuana. These two plants are similar, but not the same.

CBD is short for cannabidiol. This compound is the "second most prevalent of the active ingredients of cannabis." It is directly derived from hemp. Harvard Health Publishing shares that the World Health Organization has concluded that pure CBD does not seem to contain potential for abuse or dependence: health.harvard.edu/blog/cannabidiol-cbd-what-we-know-and-what-we-dont-2018082414476

Harvard also shares that CBD has scientific evidence for treating some epilepsy syndromes, particularly in children. It is commonly used for anxiety and insomnia. And, it may also work to lower pain and inflammation due to some chronic issues, like arthritis. Additional human studies are needed, though.

Be forewarned. CBD is like the wild, wild west. CBD products are considered supplements and are, therefore, not well regulated. They are not supposed to contain more than 0.3 percent of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)  the compound that gets you high.

Some CBD products will contain more than they claim, while others contain less.