Hemp seed oil and CBD oil are both derived from the cannabis plant, but they are not the same thing. Hemp seed oil is extracted from the seeds of the hemp plant, which is a variety of the cannabis sativa plant that contains less than 0.3% THC, while CBD oil comes from the leaves, stems and flowers of cannabis and hemp plants. Hemp seed oil contains little or no CBD, while CBD oil is extracted from the flowers, leaves and stem of the hemp plant, which contains a high concentration of CBD. Hemp seed oil is made by cold pressing hemp seeds into an omega-rich culinary oil, while CBD oil is a supplement containing cannabidiol (CBD) extracted from the leaves and flowers of the hemp plant that interacts with the body's internal system.
Hemp oil is not for vaping, while CBD oil can be vaped. Both hemp seed oil and CBD oil can be found at local pharmacies, grocery stores and health food stores. Hemp is naturally rich in CBD, so since CBD oil is produced with the whole plant, it naturally contains very high levels of CBD.