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What is the difference between Isolate, Broad Spectrum and Full Spectrum CBD?

What is the difference between Isolate, Broad Spectrum and Full Spectrum CBD?
January 06, 2020

Are you confused? CBD Science can be a little confusing.  You are not alone.  With all the different wording and scientific terms, making a good decision can be overwhelming.  Our hope is this short primer will help boost your vocabulary and make a better, more educated purchasing decision.

Isolate CBD: 

CBD Isolate is the purest form of CBD, which is produced by extracting and completely removing all other compounds found in the cannabis hemp plant, including flavonoids, phyto-nutrients, plant parts, terpenes, essential oils, and other cannabinoids, thereby “isolating” the CBD compound in its purest form.

Full Spectrum: 

Full Spectrum CBD is an extract that contains all of the compounds found naturally occurring in the cannabis hemp plant, including flavonoids, phyto-nutrients, plant parts, terpenes, essential oils and other cannabinoids, including THC.  However, the amount of THC contained in Full Spectrum CBD is less than .3%, which is the natural occurring amount in the cannabis hemp plant.  The aggregation of all of the compounds contained in Full Spectrum CBD work together to create an “entourage effect,” which allows the receptors in your endocannabinoid system to experience the response of all of the compounds in the nervous and endocrine system.

Broad Spectrum

Broad Spectrum CBD is an extract that contains all of the compounds found naturally occurring in the cannabis hemp plant, including flavonoids, phyto-nutrients, plant parts, terpenes, essential oils and other cannabinoids, excluding THC.