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Full-Spectrum CBD vs. CBD Isolate

As CBD is getting more and more attention, you probably noticed that there are three types of CBD Oil.

CBD know also as Cannabidiol along with THC know as Tetrahydrocannabinol are the most popular and known cannabinoids out of 113.

In 1995 researchers found that both of the cannabinoids react with our Endocannabinoid System (ECS) and deliver unique health benefits to our body.

Later in their discoveries it was found that each cannabinoid may affect the body differently. The main difference between THC and CBD is that the first has psychoactive effects and the second doesn’t.

Now, what is the difference between those three types of CBD?

CBD Isolate Oil

It’s the most basic form of CBD, that means other cannabinoids, flavonoids and terpenes are removed during the process. CBD Isolate is hard to make as there is more steps involved in removing all other ingredients that are in the hemp plant. The Isolate is 99% Pure CBD and is good to buy in States where THC is illegal. It’s free from any taste and the most common way to take it is by dabbing.

Full-Spectrum CBD Oil

The extraction is made out of the whole plant and is the least processed. As it is made from the whole plant it does contain less than 0.3% of THC but it doesn’t make you high. This amount of THC is legalized in all of the States. Containing terpenes and flavonoids Full-Spectrum CBD is more likely for additional health benefits. Having all these goodies contained, you can discover an “Entourage Effect”.The only con is that if you work in a place where you are tested for marijuana there is a chance the test will come positive.


Broad-Spectrum CBD Oil

This type is perfect for people who don’t want THC, because it is removed. However it doesn’t give you the “Entourage Effect”.

  • May 06, 2020
  • Category: CBD
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