CBD oil is made from a concentrated extract of industrial grown hemp. Obtaining the oil is infusing a certain amount of CBD in an oil such as coconut or hempseed oil.
The most commonly used extraction methods are either ethanol or CO2 extraction. If the oil is ‘full spectrum’ then as well as being rich in cannabidiol, it contains other non-psychoactive cannabinoids and various plant compounds.
It is important to note the difference between CBD oil and Cannabis oil. The former contains no THC (or negligible trace amounts). The latter can contain significant quantities of the cannabinoid responsible for the psychoactive effects often associated with recreational cannabis use.
While there are many administration ways, the most common method of administration is sublingually. The capillaries under the tongue absorb the cannabinoid from the oil, acting as a highly efficient sublingual pathway to the circulatory system.
The use of the oil still is one of the most popular ways of administration because the user can control the dosage. The customers can select the strength of product, and the number of drops they take.