CBD's IN CANNABIS VS HEMP

 Industrial hemp has more CBD than THC in it, but the overall cannabinoid content in industrial hemp is very low. There’s far less than in medicinal cannabis. So even though you get more CBD compared to THC in industrial hemp, it’s not a bountiful source of cannabidiol compared to CBD-rich cannabis (which Project CBD defines as strains that have  a minimum of 4 percent CBD). As for the hempseed oil and powder you can get in health food stores, it’s very healthy but astringent —it dries the body—  so you have to make an effort to hydrate more when you use it. Hempseed oil is a great source of essential fatty acids, which are the building blocks of our own endocannabinoid molecules. But hemp hearts made of hempseeds don’t have CBD in them. As far as I know, Rick Simpson’s oil is not CBD-rich. But it apparently is a potent medicine. If you are able to access CBD-rich clones, you can make your own tinctures and butter for edibles. Otherwise a CBD-rich tincture, with consistently measurable