Is Hemp Oil Safe, Effective, and Healthy? Read this First

Do you have questions about hemp oil? You’ve likely heard stories of people using it for discomfort and joint stiffness, depressed or anxious moods, and more. But, what is it really? Is it safe? Healthy? Is it legal?

Here are the basics of hemp oil, and the potential benefits many users experience. 

In addition, find out more about our new and exciting product below: Dr. Colbert’s Nano-Science Hemp Oil!

Hemp Oil 101

Like most plants found on Earth, the hemp plant has many active compounds. Biologically, hemp is classified as a cannabis plant. It contains a myriad of beneficial compounds that have been shown to support many different aspects of health.

Additionally, hemp is a strong fibrous plant. It is used to make paper, rope, clothes, fuel, and textiles.

There are actually many formulations of hemp oil on the market, each with its own pros and cons.

Benefits of Hemp Oil

Why use hemp oil when there are other plant-based compounds available? Hemp oil, especially nano-particle oils, is different from many other plant-based compounds. In fact, it:

  • Supports healthy, stable moods (1)
  • Promotes stress relief and normalized cortisol levels
  • Supports comfortable, healthy joints (2)
  • Encourages healthy sleep habits (3)
  • Promotes healthy skin with fewer irregularities and blemishes (4)
  • Supports healthy brain and nervous system functions (5
  • Encourages healthy cardiovascular functions and normalized inflammatory actions (6)

Hemp Oil Formulations

There are many formulations of hemp oil available. These include:

1. Oils and Tinctures

Oils and tinctures are mixtures of CBD oil and another liquid, usually another oil or an alcohol. They are typically placed under the tongue and absorbed via the capillaries in the mouth. 

2. Capsules and Conventional Pills

Hemp capsules and pills are gaining a lot of popularity. In fact, the FDA recently approved one pill for seizure conditions and digestive issues (1). Capsules and pills have the advantage of being formulated to withstand digestive acids and enzymes when delivering hemp oil to the body. 

3. Nano-Particle Oils

What’s more, there are now nano-particle hemp oils. Nano-particle hemp molecules are coated with very small organic compounds, like liposomes or lipid nanoparticles. These nanoparticles increase the stability and rate of delivery of hemp oil to the bloodstream compared to conventional hemp oil. In addition, nano-particles are thought to allow the hemp oil compounds to remain in the body and interact with tissues for a longer period of time after delivery. One 2017 animal study found that oral nano-particle compounds were 600% more bioavailable than non-nano particles (7). This is a significant increase.

While new to hemp oil, nano-particles have been used for decades in supplements and medications. It is the optimal formulation.

4. Edibles

Edibles are another hemp oil option. They are usually in the form of cookies, gummies, or other foods. They are generally tasty, but do have to go through digestion before they are absorbed, without being protected from acids and enzymes. 

5. Creams and lotions

Hemp oil can also be absorbed through the skin, but likely at a lower concentration than oral formulations. 

6. Vaping

Vaping is the process of inhaling vaporized hemp oil. While this does produce quick absorption, there is significant concern that vaping may damage delicate lung tissue and is NOT advised.

Hemp Oil Side Effects

Unlike many pharmaceuticals, hemp oil has very few known side effects. In fact, hemp oil is generally well tolerated and considered safe. However, like other plant-based compounds, there are some individuals who won’t tolerate it as well as others. Some possible side effects include diarrhea, changes in weight or appetite, and fatigue (8).

In addition, hemp oil may interact with medications. Specifically, it can be an issue for any mediation with a “grapefruit warning.” Like grapefruit, hemp oil may interfere with cytochromes P450 (CYPs). This is a group of enzymes that are important to drug metabolism (9). If you take any medications, be sure to talk to your doctor first before adding hemp oil.

Is Hemp Oil Legal? 

At this time, hemp oil products (with less than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol) are legal federally, but not legal under some state laws. If you are unsure, inquire in your state regarding hemp oil laws.

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Bottom Line

Hemp oil has the potential to support healthy functions throughout the body. Use Dr. Colbert’s new, safe, and effective formulation each day to reduce discomfort and support health each day. If you are interested in hemp oil, this guide is a quick and easy reference for your questions regarding its sources, formulations, potential benefits, safety, and legality.

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