CBD oil is one of the most common forms of cannabidiol available in most pharmacies in the United States and other developed countries. It is produced by distillation, which has been known to mankind for more than one century. The essence of the method consists of the separation of liquids by distillation.

CBD oil is produced by soaking cannabis cones in alcohol. As a result of a chemical reaction, all cannabinoids are released from marijuana. In this case, both cannabidiol and psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol are released. Therefore, special varieties of hemp with a minimum (up to 0.2%) THC content are used to produce CBD oil.

During distillation, a liquid mixture is obtained, which is a cocktail of cannabinoids. The main component of this cocktail is CBD, which has a pronounced therapeutic effect in the treatment of a variety of pathologies.

CBD oil can be produced both in the workshop and at home. In most countries where marijuana is banned as a drug, CBD oil is a legal bioactive additive that can be used everywhere without serious dosage restrictions.

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