CBD Isolate VS Full-Spectrum CBD
Firstly, What is CBD Isolate?
Probably the most basic form of CBD is an isolate. These contain nothing except pure, isolated CBD. In other words, there are no other cannabinoids, terpenes, or flavonoids – just pure CBD CBD Isolate generally tests at a purity of 99.9%, it is absolute pure CBD.CBD Isolate and CBD Isolate Products contain no THC. This elimination and removal of THC, while also delivering high milligram concentrations of CBD, makes CBD Isolate based products an ideal choice for users who cannot ingest any levels of THC.
- Does not contain any THC
- CBD offers most of the benefits that the other cannabinoids offerCBD isolated from other plant substances.
- PureDrug test safe
What is Full-Spectrum CBD?
In contrast to isolates, full-spectrum CBD products contain a full range of cannabinoids. When the cannabinoids are extracted from hemp, the entire extract is made into a consumable product, meaning that you are getting a healthy dose of all the cannabinoids that were in the plant. Have you heard the term “entourage effect”? This refers to the scientific way in which the different compounds of the cannabis plant work together synergistically to produce such profound healing effects, much like the workings of the human endocannabinoid system itself. In full spectrum CBD oil, the consumer gets the benefit of this remarkable entourage effect, with a natural extract rich in cannabinoids, terpenes, and other helpful oils.
- Full Spectrum CBD oil contains all the cannabinoids, flavonoids and terpenes from the plant
- Less processes required to extract material
- Whole plant
- Contains less than 0.3% THC as per federal guidelines.
We should stress that no CBD type is better than any other. While full-spectrum products are suited to some individuals, others will find an isolate more to their liking. It’s a matter of deciding what works for you.