Full Spectrum CBD Oil vs CBD Isolate vs Broad Spectrum

So you have probably heard the words Full Spectrum CBD Oil, Broad Spectrum CBD Oil and CBD Isolate right?

Here we will break down the differences between the two to help decide which is best for you.

Full Spectrum CBD Oil will contain all compounds found naturally occurring in the hemp plant, including all cannabinoids, terpenes and essential oils. Full Spectrum CBD has the most total cannabinoids and not just limited the CBD compound. There are 8 major cannabinoids found in full-spectrum CBD Oil.

  • CBGA
  • THCA
  • CBDA
  • CBCA
  • CBN

CBD Isolate will contain just the CBD compound (no CBG, CBDa, or CBG). Think of the world “Isolate” as Iso or 1, isolating it to 1 compound. CBD isolate is a great choice for anyone who does not want trace amounts of CBD in their products. CBD isolate is the purest form of CBD. CBD isolate is also the best way to take high doses of CBD.

Broad Spectrum CBD is the second step in the processing of the hemp plant. After the full spectrum crude oil is made, it is turned into a distillate. This process filters out all of the THC but still leaves many of the other cannabinoids still in tact.

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