Let’s say you’ve just come back home from work, it’s the beginning of the weekend, and you want to make some delicious Italian-style pizza at home. The first ingredient on your list is, of course, flour — there’s no legit pizza dough without flour! However, your store carries plain white flour, all-purpose flour, bread flour, rye flour, whole-grain flour, type 00 flour, and virtually all the flours of the world. Which one do you pick for making pizza? The type 00 flour will be the best choice for the job. It has the highest amount of gluten, which is invaluable for making the pizza dough. That’s what a savvy pizzaiolo would say. But what if you’re making pizza for the first time? Then you’ll probably pick the first flower that gets into your hands, or make your decision based on what is considered a “healthier” choice — ending up with whole-grain flour. Alas, the whole-grain flour will give you an excuse of a pizza crust. By the time you arrive home, you realize that you’ve just made a very bad decision. You don’t want to make the same mistake with cannabis oils — because they work by the same analogy. This guide will help you understand the difference between hemp oil and CBD oil. From chemical composition to possible applications, we’ve got you covered. But first, let’s take a moment to talk about different species in the cannabis plant family.