About Hemp

Spectrum Relief Products located in South Florida

As the leading provider of CBD oil in Lake Worth, our customers are always looking for more information about hemp and all that it can provide.

That’s why we’ve put together this resource: to help you access the knowledge you need to make an informed decision about whether or not hemp oil is right for you.


What’s the Difference Between Hemp and Marijuana?

Let’s get one thing straight right away: hemp is not marijuana. Though the two plants are related because they are both one of many cannabis plant strains, they are quite different.

To understand the difference, you must first understand THC. THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) is a compound found in the cannabis plant, but it comes in much higher quantities in marijuana than hemp. THC is responsible for the psychoactive effects of marijuana, meaning it’s what gets you “high.” Hemp has significantly less THC than its cousin — too little to impact your mind the way marijuana does.


What is CBD?

The chemical compound in hemp that is causing a buzz is CBD (cannabinol). While both marijuana and hemp have CBD, the high levels of THC limit the use of medical marijuana use for many. Hemp has low levels of THC and high levels of CBD, meaning that individuals who are looking to benefit from cannabis without getting high may find hemp to be an intriguing alternative. CBD research is still in its infancy, but the medical benefits of this compound are evident.

While medical marijuana continues to be supported by research as an effective treatment for a variety of ailments, scientists have gotten increasingly more curious about the health benefits of hemp. The latest developments suggest that taking hemp oil for a daily dose of CBD could offer a variety of advantages to individuals looking to enhance their health and treat a wide variety of conditions.


What is Hemp Oil?

Hemp Oil is a natural compound that has been increasingly researched due to its significant medicinal effects. Hemp Oil contains at least 60 active cannabinoids and is considered to have a wider scope of medical applications and benefits than the THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) element of the plant.

In recent years an orally-administered extract containing Hemp Oil has received orphan drug status in the US. Below is a list of the most common pros and cons for Hemp Oil.




CBD oil is probably the most popular CBD product. To take CBD oil, you apply your dose underneath your tongue to be absorbed into your bloodstream. This is an efficient and easy way to get your daily dose of CBD.


CBD Gummies

If you don’t care for the taste of hemp oil, CBD gummies might be more your flavor. For example, you can take one of these Charlotte’s Web CBD Gummies for Sleep one hour before bed for peaceful sleep.


CBD Cape Carts

More and more people are vaping CBD because it’s the fastest way to get your dose. All you need to do is take a puff from a CBD vape cartridge and you should feel the effects within seconds.


CBD Topicals

If you have joint pain or muscle aches after a workout, a CBD topical may be just what you need. These CBD products may offer targeted pain relief.


CBD Softgels

If you are looking for a way to get a consistent CBD dose without the taste of hemp oil, CBD pills may be perfect for you. Check out these softgels!


CBD for Pets

Even our furry friends can benefit from CBD! If your pup is anxious by nature or has joint pain, CBD treats may be exactly what they need to improve their quality of life.