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16 hours ago, changside said:

What is CBD Hemp oil?


What Is Hemp Oil?
Hemp oil is fabricated from the plant called hemp. In other words, it is a hemp extract taken from the seeds of the plant. While this type of oil can be extracted from all plants in the cannabis genus, industrial hemp is the only plant used for hemp oil. This type of hemp is specifically produced industrially and the amount of psychoactive substances that are contained in it is minimal.


Usages of Hemp Oil:

  • Hemp oil is great for cooking and a full of nutrients. It can provide a crispy and nutty taste to foods and can be a wonderful replacement for olive oil in salads.
  • It is a great natural moisturizer that can be used after a shower.
  • Hemp oil can be the base for different forms of plastic, instead of petroleum.
  • It is used in the production of paints that are more eco-friendly than petroleum-based paints.
  • It can be used as bio-diesel fuel, like other vegetable oils.
  • Hemp oil is used for making lotions, soaps and even some foods.


What Is CBD Oil?

CBD oil is the short form of the term cannabidiol oil. Cannabidiol is a natural component of industrial cannabis or hemp. CBD oil is cannabis oil that has a significant content of cannabidiol. It is made from the flowers, leaves and stalks of hemp and not from its seeds like hemp oil. CBD oil has become very popular in the medical marijuana industry, because it can be helpful in the treatment of various conditions without the typical intoxicating effects of marijuana use.

 

Usages of CBD Oil:

  • Can be used in the treatment of cancer .
  • It is used in the treatment of inflammatory disorders, anxiety, depression, seizures and neurodegenerative disorders.
  • Can be used in the treatment of epilepsy.

 

Source:
http://www.chronictherapy.co/hemp-oil-vs-cbd-oil-whats-the-difference-2/
 

And both are illegal in Thailand, because of retardom.

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3 minutes ago, anotheruser said:

So that's the end of this enthralling thread then.

Doesn't really have to be. The thread could evolve into a discussion on how to defeat the anti-marijuana retardom in Thailand, and many other countries.

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1 minute ago, ricku said:

Doesn't really have to be. The thread could evolve into a discussion on how to defeat the anti-marijuana retardom in Thailand, and many other countries.

You will find TV doesn't allow discussions of anything illegal in Thailand. 

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Just now, anotheruser said:

You will find TV doesn't allow discussions of anything illegal in Thailand. 

You will find that TV allows discussions about things that are illegal, as long as there is no illegal activity in the thread and / or instructions on breaking the law.

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Just now, ricku said:

You will find that TV allows discussions about things that are illegal, as long as there is no illegal activity in the thread and / or instructions on breaking the law.

Okay post reported. Nothing personal but let's see how long this thread lasts when it is subject to the scrutiny of TV rules and policies. 

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9 minutes ago, anotheruser said:

Okay post reported. Nothing personal but let's see how long this thread lasts when it is subject to the scrutiny of TV rules and policies. 

No rules or policies has been broken yet. However, posts 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 are off-topic spam and should be deleted, due to off-topic spam.

The only broken thing here will be your internet-police ego.

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1 minute ago, ricku said:

No rules or policies has been broken yet. However, posts 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 are off-topic spam and should be deleted, due to off-topic spam.

The only broken thing here will be your internet-police ego.

Pretty sure it violates policy to discuss importing CBD oil to Thailand.

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