June 23, 2024
CBD Oil vs. Hempseed Oil: What's the Difference?

Regarding the uses of cannabis we have heard all kinds of things: there are those who consider it the holy grail of the new millennium and those on the contrary who demonize it as absolute evil. But very little is said about the role it plays and the potential impact the legalized sale of light cannabis in cannabis shops can have in our country’s economy. 

In recent years there are countless “CBD Cannabis Shops” that have opened in every city in Italy selling products and ranging in every merchandise sector: oils, flours, supplements, bags, not forgetting about Flowers & Hashes.

Among the many Cannabis shops to choose from we recommend the CBDTherapy shop where you can buy the best high quality legal cannabis products.   

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Here is a brief overview of the impact that legal light cannabis shops are having on the national economy.

Cannabis Shops : How is Cannabis made legal ?

In order to be sold inside Cannabis Shops, cannabis must meet certain criteria established by law. Legislation 242/2016 has finally made the cultivation, use, and sale of light cannabis legal in Italy as well, provided, however, that the processed seeds are part of certified varieties and listed in the European register. Sellers are required to keep receipts for at least 12 months, so that they can prove to any inspectors the provenance of the seeds

But the most important aspect for sale inside cannabis shops concerns the permitted THC levels, which must be between 0.02 percent and 0.06 percent, THC is the psychoactive component of marijuana, the one responsible for arousal and amplified reactions. 

The relaxing component, on the other hand, is the cannabinoid known as CBD, on which most of the production of hemp-derived products focuses. 

The cannabis industry

There are so many commercial sectors in which hemp is rediscovering a leading role. There are countless uses and uses that can be made of the plant, such as:

  • In the pharmaceutical industry: since 2007, hemp has been allowed to be used in pain therapy, numerous CBD based products can be found in Cannabis shops. It is also recommended to relieve pain and discomfort from radiation and chemotherapy and to slow spasms and convulsions from diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis and Parkison. Research is continually evolving to find other effective uses;
  • In cosmetics: aided by the interest in the organic world that is literally invading the beauty world, the benefits that skin and hair can derive from the constant application of marijuana-based products from cannabis shops have been proven; 
  • In the food industry: cookies, condiments, flours and ice cream are just some of the foods that are experiencing experimentation in the kitchen with cannabis and its best-known derivative, CBD oil;
  • In the textile industry: here, too, a natural alternative to the synthetic textiles that have held sway for decades is continually being sought. More than a new use, we can speak of a real rediscovery of hemp as a textile fiber for the creation of clothing, accessories and home textiles. 

A real production chain is thus emerging, involving growers, technicians and chemists, entrepreneurs, traders and Cannabis Shops sales clerks. A great opportunity for the national economy, which would create new jobs by processing an all-natural raw material!