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What is Full Spectrum CBD?

CBD oil can be formulated in one of three ways; full spectrum, broad spectrum, and isolate.


  • Full spectrum CBD

Full spectrum CBD contains all the compounds from cannabis, including THC in varying amounts. It usually comes in oils, tinctures, vaping oil and edibles.

By the law, full spectrum CBD products can contain only 0.2 percent THC. However, CBD products aren’t as tightly regulated as standard medications, so the actual amount of THC may vary considerably from product to product.

As a consumer, you will want to use full spectrum CBD products for maximum benefits, but If you can’t take THC, look for broad spectrum CBD products. CBD Isolate will not provide the same effects, as it contains only the CBD cannabinoid. This can be explained with “the entourage effect”.

The entourage effect; is the theory that all naturally occurring compounds (terpenes, cannabinoids) in cannabis work together, and when taken in combination, they produce a better effect than when taken alone (isolate).

It’s kind of like how your mood might change depending on your social environment. How do you behave when you’re alone, at a party with strangers, or hanging out with your best friend? The personality you project and your mood shift depending on who’s in the room.


  • Broad spectrum CBD

Like full spectrum CBD, broad spectrum CBD contains other compounds from the cannabis plant. However, all THC has been removed. This type is less popular, and is usually sold as oils and creams.


  • CBD isolate

CBD isolate is pure CBD. It’s usually derived from hemp plants and contains no other compounds. It comes in oil or tincture form, as well as small powdery products that can be mixed with oils or e-liquids.


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