Frequent Questions About Industrial Hemp Extract Oil

Is Industrial Hemp Extract Oil Legal?

For the sake of this topic and any discussion on NxtGen’s website, we’re talking about CBD derived from industrial hemp and contains less than 0.3% THC. When sourced in this manner, CBD oil (Hemp Extract Oil) is legal to sell in the United States. (See the interactive map here for more details)

Will Industrial Hemp Extract Show Up On a Drug Test?

Most drug tests check for the presence of THC. Properly sourced CBD/Industrial Hemp Extract products will contain less than 0.3% THC which is considered a trace amount. For that reason, it is highly unlikely for
CBD/Industrial Hemp Extract to show up on a drug test. If this is a potential concern, consider restricting your search to 0% THC or THC Free products.

Can Industrial Hemp Extract Get You High?

Properly sourced CBD/Industrial Hemp Extract contains less than 0.3% THC. Therefore hemp-derived CBD/Industrial Hemp Extract will not get you high.

Does Industrial Hemp Extract Have Side Effects?

Research on CBD/Industrial Hemp Extract is ongoing, but the reported side effects of CBD/Industrial Hemp Extract are minor. When taken in high quantities (beyond reasonable recommended dosages), some have reported drowsiness while others have reported stomach discomfort.

What is the Difference in Isolate and Whole Plant/Full Spectrum Industrial Hemp Extract?

“Full spectrum” or “whole plant” CBD oil will contain trace amounts of THC as well as other cannabinoids. This contributes to the much-touted “entourage effect,” which Dr. Joseph Nathan, Director of the International Drug Information Center, notes allows users to reap the benefits of not only the hundreds of cannabinoids but also the flavonoids and terpenes present in the plant.

Isolate CBD oils are made by isolating only the CBD present in the plant; THC and other cannabinoids will not be present in these oils. This type of CBD will limit the potential benefits, but it will also guaranty an absolute lack of THC.

What is the Difference Between Hemp Oil, Industrial Hemp Extract, and Hemp Seed Oil?

While Industrial Hemp Extract Oil is Hemp Oil, not all Hemp Oil contains
Industrial Hemp Extract! You’ve got to be cautious and certain of the ingredients when shopping for Industrial Hemp Extract products.

While Hemp Seed Oil has many health benefits of it’s own, it does not contain the cannabinoids known to provide the typical benefits associated with Industrial Hemp Extract. Many Hemp Seed Oil products are marketed and labeled as “Hemp Oil”, but the ingredients will simply list “Hemp Seed Oil”. If the product seems way too cheap or doesn’t specify the Industrial Hemp Extract content/concentration, then it’s probably just Hemp Seed Oil.

The marketing landscape for Industrial Hemp Extract has caused many product manufacturers to use alternative titles for CBD. One commonly adopted title (as you will find here on NxtGen’s website) is Industrial Hemp Extract. You’ll still want to inquire as to the source and concentration of the Industrial Hemp Extract in the finished goods, but this title has become a common replacement for “CBD”.

How Much Do Industrial Hemp Extract Products Cost?

As with any product, Industrial Hemp Extract product costs can widely vary based on concentration and other source ingredients. However, you can expect many Full Spectrum Oil Tinctures to cost around $40-$100 per 1oz bottle.

Where can I find Industrial Hemp Extract products?

You can always find sources online (like!), but if you are looking to find local brick/mortar stores that carry CBD/Industrial Hemp Extract products, your best bet is to contact your local Vape Shops to see what they carry. It’s not uncommon to find CBD/Industrial Hemp Extract products in convenience stores & other small independently owned retailers, but (as of early 2019) it is still uncommon to find CBD/Industrial Hemp Extract products in any major chain store. As of early 2019 there are more & more “CBD” stores popping up in major metropolitan areas as well.

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