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CBD Spectrum Differences

CBD Spectrum Differences
July 14, 2021

While on the hunt for the perfect CBD products you soon realize how many options are really out there. The biggest option to figure out first is which spectrum will work best for you but if you don’t really know too much about the spectrums then things could get tricky. 

Isolates are the purest form of CBD, the other compounds have been extracted from it leaving just the CBD behind. Using an isolate won’t give you as many benefits compared to a broad or full spectrum but it is still beneficial to your wellbeing.

Broad-Spectrums are the next level from an isolate, they contain CBD plus other cannabinoids, but they have had the THC extracted out of them. Broad-Spectrums will have CBG, CBN, CBD, terpenes, and flavonoids in it, so you get the benefits without the THC. 

Full-Spectrums are the top of the pyramid when it comes to CBD. Legally all full-spectrums have to have .3% or less THC in them, so if you take extremely high doses you may get a slight high feeling, but if you are taking it as recommended then you shouldn’t experience that. Full-Spectrums offer the best reward with health benefits, studies have been done showing that taking terpenes and cannabinoids may help pain, inflammation, anxiety, and many other ailments. 

Once you know what you can use, especially if you have to be careful of drug tests, then the hunt gets a lot easier. If you do have to worry about drug tests then an isolate is your best bet, if you don’t then you can use any CBD products. It’s going to come down to what you are comfortable with, if you don’t want any THC then an isolate or broad-spectrum is your answer. If you don’t care, and you want something that will offer the best benefits then a full-spectrum is perfect for you.