Cannabis Oil and CBD Oil
Regardless as to whether you can use cannabis oil (Higher THC) or CBD oil, or both, there are some things you should consider when purchasing oil.
Why have a Carrier Oil?
There are lots of oils out on the market today, to fully understand why companies process it with a carrier oil it is best to know how our body reacts to it. Most companies infuse cannabis into an oil-based solution, where it binds with fat molecules of your body. Once the cannabinoids are evenly distributed throughout the oil, you can measure out the amount for a dosage.
Type of Carrier Oils
There are different types of carrier oils producers like to use. It is a preference as to how the company decides to choose. Generally it all boils down to costs and quality.
Below I will explain the types of carrier oils cannabis producers use with their cannabis. Each carrier oil has an impact on your health in some way. One type might be better for you than the other.
The best carrier oil would be the one that has the best health impacts for you and it’s ‘bioavailability’. Meaning that the one that is the easiest to disperse the cannabinoids throughout your body and easier to digest is your best choice.
Grape Seed Oil
Grape seed oil is derived from the ground-up seeds of red wine grapes. It isn’t very greasy, so grapeseed oil is great to add to the lotions and hair care products. Some key points about grape seed oil are:
Excellent for diabetics, may lower blood sugar and prevent diabetic complications. 
High in antioxidants
Helps poor circulation
Great for skin
High "smoke point" of 428 F degrees
Not the best for cannabinoid distribution as it is high in polyunsaturated fats at approximately 70%
May interact with drugs like blood thinners, and pain killers
Pressed from the seeds of a Sunflower. An oily substance with a mixture of the polyunsaturated fat and linoleic acid (59%). An oil that is cheap to produce and easy to obtain.
High "smoke point" of 440 degrees 
Good for skin
Boosts the immunity
Not the best for cannabinoid distribution as it is high in polyunsaturated fats at approximately 65%
Not good for diabetics, increases blood sugar levels
May cause an allergic reaction
Extracted from coconuts, Coconut oil is high in healthy saturated fats.
Fat burning, can increase how many calories you burn
Can kill harmful bacteria
Reduce your appetite
Possibly reduce seizures 
A great binding agent for cannabinoids
Very low in polyunsaturated fats of 1.7%
- Smoke point of 347 degrees F (which may not activate all the cannabinoids)
The oil is created by pressing the whole olives, it commonly used in cooking and salad dressing.
low amount of polyunsaturated fats at approximately 10%
Large amounts of antioxidants
Fairly high smoke point of 380 degrees F
May reduce blood sugar levels
- May interact with blood pressure medications
Hemp Seed Oil
Made from pressed hemp seeds, not to be confused with 'hemp' whereas CBD is extracted from the flowers and stalk.
High in Omega
High in antioxidants
Shelf life is not long so it can go rancid quickly, should be stored in the fridge
82% of polyunsaturated fats
Inefficient carrier of cannabinoids on its own, needs to be mixed with other oils for best results.
Ultimately the best carrier oil is a personal choice, each one affects you differently. The best way is to check what carrier oil is used by the producer to know what will work for you.
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