Hiro has developed a series of skin care formulations using “Orange CBD”, including lip gloss, spray, and makeup remover, etc. Are you looking forward to extracting CBD oil from orange peel?
In Japan, CBD oil is legal, but it must not contain THC, otherwise not only is not allowed by law, but consumers are also very excluded. We all know that CBD oil is extracted from hemp. However, now a company in Japan recently studied oranges imported from the United States, it found that the orange peel contained CBD oil, and successfully used the orange peel compound to make CBD. Launched CBD oil “Orange CBD”.
The Japanese company is Hiro International, and the CBD oil raw material extracted from orange peels appeared at the CosmeToyko International Exhibition, causing widespread concern. Hiro said that the “Orange CBD” contains CBD components that are structurally identical to the CBD components extracted from industrial hemp, and have the same relaxation and skin care functions.
We pay attention to and expect more creativity in the extraction of cbd oil, so as to promote the maturity of the entire cannabis industry, give full play to the value of CBD, and protect the health of more people.
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But products derived from these orange peels are completely free of THC. This gives Hiro International and other Japanese companies the ability to experiment with and eventually market these products.
It’s unclear what biological similarities exist between oranges and cannabis that allowed CBD to show up in the peel of an orange.
CBD, or cannabidiol, is a compound harvested from the cannabis plant. Like its fellow cannabinoid, THC, it can be smoked, vaped, baked into foodstuffs, or even diffused into teas. Unlike THC, CBD is not a psychoactive substance, making it the preferred choice for children receiving medical cannabis treatments or anybody who wishes to partake without feeling a “high.” We’re all familiar with CBD’s two primary sources—the marijuana plant and the hemp plant. The principal difference between these two varieties of cannabis lies in the amount of THC they contain. But now, it seems, there may be another source for CBD. A Japanese company called Hiro International has managed to derive the compound from the peel of an orange.
What This Means for Japan
There is a reason to be optimistic about this testing. Peak Health, a California based company, is currently marketing a hops-derived CBD product. Like Hiro International’s product, Peak Health’s hops based CBD contains no THC. Testing has shown it to be not only effective but to be more effective at reducing calcification in the heart than cannabis-based alternatives.
Testing is the first phase. The fact that the orange peel derived CBD is structurally identical to that derived from the hemp plant is, of course, a promising place to start. And initial tests revealed that no THC was present, a fact that has researchers very excited about the potential of this substance.
In the meantime, Hiro International has already been able to create a line of CBD based products for Japanese consumers. The products available include body lotions, makeup removers, hair care products, and lip balms. Although these products are not yet available for purchase in the United States, it is possible that they will be soon.
But more exploration remains to be done. Hiro International hopes to conduct tests to establish whether the CBD it has derived from oranges is as effective as that found in the cannabis plant.