The Difference Between Hemp and CBD Gummies

CBD gummies and hemp gummies are two distinct products, each with their own unique benefits. CBD gummies are more expensive and can help with a variety of conditions, while hemp gummies are usually less expensive and provide essential fatty acids, vitamins, and trace elements from the hemp plant. CBD is legal at the federal level, but is still illegal under some state laws. Hemp gummies do not contain CBD or THC, and therefore do not produce the same effects as CBD gummies.

The main difference between CBD and hemp lies in the part of the hemp plant that is extracted for each type of formulation. Hemp gummies use hemp seed oil, which does not contain cannabinoids such as THC or CBD. CBD gummies use oil that comes from the ripe flowers of the hemp plant, which contains active components such as CBD or cannabidiol. This slight difference leads to very different products in both purpose and result.

When looking for quality hemp or CBD products, it is important to look for third-party test results that clearly list the ingredients and dosage. It is also important to note that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved over-the-counter CBD products, so it is important to be aware of any potential inaccuracies in labeling. CBD gummies may contain small amounts of THC, while hemp gummies contain nothing. CBD gummies could help with anxiety, stress and pain, although the FDA has not approved them for therapeutic use.

Hemp gummies do not contain THC, the compound in cannabis that produces the effect, so they may not help with pain, sleep, or anxiety. New Phase blends have gummies that offer a delicious flavor without an artificial aftertaste or intense hemp flavor. To enjoy all the benefits of a hemp gummy, make sure the label has a lab-tested report that lists the ingredients and a list of the dosage.

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