What’s The Difference Between Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum and Isolate CBD Oils?
We break down the difference so you can make an informed decision into which CBD product is best for you.
Being able to understand the differences between the 3 types of CBD Oils (Broad Spectrum, Full Spectrum, and CBD Isolate) is the most important step in your journey to finding the right CBD products to help improve your day to day well being.
In this article, we’ll explain the differences between the three
What is Full Spectrum CBD?
Full Spectrum CBD oil contains a vast array of naturally occurring (Natural Occurring: existing by nature and without artificial aid) cannabinoids and terpenes such as CBD, CBDa, CBDv, CBC THC, and THCa. These are all compounds that get extracted from the hemp plant to make the final products you see labeled as full spectrum.
Full Spectrum CBD Oils are popular with CBD products because each cannabinoid and terpene found in the hemp plant has its own therapeutic effects on the human body. When taken together they create what’s called the “Entourage Effect“. This is when all cannabinoids and terpenes worth synergistically together to help your body achieve homeostasis. (homeostasis is the state of steady internal physical and chemical conditions maintained by living systems)
Those subjected to drug testing should be cautious when taking such products because they do contain small amounts of THC and could result in a positive / failed drug test results.
How can it be used
Full Spectrum CBD Oils from AVIDA CBD are designed to be taken orally.
Will I feel High taking full spectrum products?
Because our full spectrum products contain such low traceable amounts of THC (Less than 0.03%) you will not feel that psychotropic effect you would feel with marijuana type products/flower. Many who have consumed Full Spectrum CBD have claimed to feel a heightened sense of relaxation after taking there daily CBD serving.
Will I fail a drug test using Full Spectrum CBD?
While there are trace amounts of THC detected in our Full Spectrum CBD Oils, yes there is a possibility of testing positive or failing a drug test using our full spectrum products. If you’re worried about failing a drug test, we recommend not using any CBD infused products.
What is Broad Spectrum CBD?
Broad Spectrum CBD products contain the same cannabinoids and terpenes found in Full Spectrum minus THC. This is done with an additional extraction process to remove the low traces of THC.
Broad Spectrum CBD oils are a very popular choice for people who are looking for the therapeutic effects of CBD along with a vast array of cannabinoids and terpenes found in the hemp plant, without the psychotic effect that accompanies THC.
How can it be used?
AVIDA CBD’s broad spectrum oils are crafted to be taken orally.
Will I get high from Broad Spectrum CBD Oils?
No, you will not feel high as the cannabinoids found in broad spectrum oils are not psychoactive. Many who have consumed CBD have claimed to feel a heightened sense of relaxation after taking there daily CBD serving.
Will I fail a drug test using Broad Spectrum CBD?
While there are no traces of THC detected in our Broad Spectrum Oil, there is a possibility of testing positive or failing a drug test. What happens is with prolonged use of Broad Spectrum CBD the small traceable amounts of THC can build up in your fat cells throughout your body. If you’re worried about failing a drug test, we recommend not using any CBD infused products.
What is CBD Isolate?
CBD Isolate is just that. CBD that has been isolated from all other naturally occurring cannabinoids and terpenes. So when you hear of a product that is made with CBD isolate you can count on solely seeing CBD and trace amounts of CBDv in the lab results.
While THC is what is responsible for cannabis’ psychoactive properties, CBD (cannabidiol) is non-psychoactive and provides many healing properties.
How can it be used?
CBD isolate can be infused in just about anything (water, juice, edibles etc…) these days we chose to infuse it in our Vape Oils.
Will I get high using CBD isolates?
No, CBD isolate will not get you high but some users have claimed to feel a heightened sense of relaxation.
Will I fail a drug test using CBD Isolates?
While there are no traces of THC detected in our CBD Isolates, yes there is a possibility of testing false positive or failing a drug test using CBD Isolates. If you’re worried about failing a drug test, we recommend not using any CBD infused products.