What Is The Difference In CBD Products?
Ever feel a little confused about the difference between broad spectrum CBD, full spectrum CBD, and isolate CBD? We understand! We’re breaking down the difference in today’s blog post!
Full spectrum CBD is an extract from any and all parts of the cannabis/hemp plant that contains all compounds found naturally occurring in the plant used to make the extract, including terpenes, essential oils, and other cannabinoids. This type of extract/product is minimally refined, leaving most of the cannabinoids and terpenes intact and in the oil.
There is ONE absolute MUST in full spectrum extracts and that is a trace amount of THC, <0.3% THC.
Broad spectrum CBD is similar to full spectrum CBD in almost every way, except that the broad spectrum CBD undergoes an extra process that removes those trace amounts of THC entirely. In this way, broad spectrum is an ideal choice for someone that prefers the wide range of benefits that full spectrum offers, without any trace amounts of THC.
The ONE absolute MUST in broad spectrum extracts is they must be THC free.
CBD isolate is a fine white crystalline/powder containing at-least 99% pure CBD. This pure crystalline contains only the CBD chemical compound. Which has no other active ingredient and just aim to deliver therapeutic doses of CBD, isolated from the other cannabinoids and terpenes in the original extract.
CBD isolate must contain 0.0% THC and 0% other compounds.
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