What is the difference between full spectrum, broad spectrum and isolate CBD oil?

What is CBD Isolate?

A CBD isolate is a product that is pure cannabidiol (CBD) - it has been isolated from all other natural compounds of the cannabis plant. Typically, isolate products are described as being "99+% CBD". Isolates are an ideal option for those who want the effects and potential benefits of CBD without the presence of additional compounds.

What is Full-Spectrum CBD?

Full-spectrum CBD contains not only the CBD extracted from the cannabis plant but also other naturally-occurring cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids. These compounds are left in the CBD oil during the extraction process, with no deliberate filtering.

In short, when you buy this CBD, you're getting the "full spectrum" of the contents of the cannabis plant, complete with flavonoids and terpenes.

Although you won't find enough THC in full-spectrum CBD to make you feel high, the trace amounts of THC may affect your results if you're subject to drug testing.

Broad Spectrum CBD

Broad-spectrum CBD is the full-spectrum process with the THC content removed, giving this type of CBD a 0% THC content. This means that you'll get the same 'entourage effect' from broad-spectrum CBD as you would from full-spectrum CBD, without the issue of consuming THC.

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