What is the difference of Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum and Isolate?
The three most popular types of CBD oil used today are: Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum and Isolate. It is important to know the difference between all three so you can make an educated decision on what is right for you.
Full Spectrum CBD Oil
Cannabis Extract with all cannabinoids, including small trace amounts of THC (the psychoactive part of the plan). It contains essential vitamins, minerals, Omega fatty acids and terpenes. Those subject to drug testing should be cautious when it comes to full spectrum products. The THC found in full spectrum hemp oil products is minimal (less than 0.3%), but can still trigger a positive drug test.
Broad Spectrum CBD Oil
Cannabis Extract retains all the concentrations of cannabinoids, all the essential vitamins, minerals, Omega fatty acids and terpenes found in raw PCR hemp extract. The exception is that all trace amounts of THC are extracted to 0.0% amounts. Broad Spectrum CBD is an excellent choice for individuals that can’t have any traces of THC in their system, whether for medical, personal or legal reasons.
CBD can also be isolated and purified. Pure CBD is known in the industry as CBD isolate. In their pure form, and at room temperature, cannabinoids are solid crystals. Purified cannabinoids are colorless and odorless. Purified CBD is processed to remove all other cannabinoids, oils, plant material, waxes, & chlorophyll.