There are three main forms of Cannabidiol (CBD). The first is CBD Isolate. Isolate is pure Cannabidiol meaning it doesn’t contain any other cannabinoids (delta-9 THC), flavonoids, or terpenes. The next form is Full Spectrum which includes all these compounds along with the CBD. The third type is Broad Spectrum which does not contain THC but still has CBD and other compounds found in cannabis or hemp.
What’s the difference?
CBD isolates are considered to be the purest form of CBD while Full-spectrum products contain CBD, but also contain other cannabinoids + terpenes, which have been shown to enhance the effects of CBD. It’s not always clear which type of product is better for you. Research indicates different people respond differently to different formulations depending on their specific biochemistry. The only way to know how it will affect your brain chemistry is to try a variety of products that each contain differing ratios or even different types of full-spectrum cannabinoid compounds — often many raw hemp-derived products are available with little scientific testing behind them – it’s important for consumers to scout out companies offering transparent third-party lab reports documenting the quality and accuracy of their analyses!
There are certain products that could be considered CBD Isolate. This means that they contain only natural CBD that is extracted directly from hemp plants. There are even other products labeled as full spectrum, which means they contain the entire range of cannabinoids found naturally in hemp plants.
With CBD Isolate, you benefit from CBD pain relief and anti-inflammatory without drowsy side-effect produced by other cannabinoids found in Full Spectrum CBD. Patients using CBD isolate can still carry out general day-to-day chores.
Since there is no THC in CBD Isolate, it won’t show up in a drug test. Make sure you’re aware of what a product with a THC-free label means. It may not include any traces of THC, but it may have been exposed to the compound during the growing or processing part of the production process. Also, make sure you thoroughly read the packaging and labels so that you get all the information you need about your products!