Different CBD Spectrums And When To Use Them

CBD Health Benefits
CBD Health Benefits
CBD Spectrums
CBD Spectrums

Due to the benefits of cannabidiol, it has become a part of our lives. Despite being familiar with it, many consumers often get confused when manufacturers mention complicated terms that laymen do not know much about. Few such terms are full-spectrum CBD, isolate CBD and Broad-spectrum CBD.  Even those who know what they are, do not know when and where each of these has to be used.

Let’s have a look at the different spectrums of CBD.

Full-Spectrum CBD

Full-spectrum CBD contains not just CBD, but also other cannabinoids including THC, terpenes, and waxes. Do not worry, full-spectrum CBD is derived from industrial hemp and it contains lesser than 0.3 percent THC, which is not enough to get a person stoned.

Isolate CBD

This is the purest form of CBD as it contains 99 percent of the compound. Full-spectrum CBD undergoes further processing to remove other compounds including cannabinoids, terpenes, and waxes.

Broad Spectrum CBD

Broad Spectrum CBD falls in between the two. It contains terpenes and other cannabinoids except THC. This is preferred by people who want to avoid THC at any cost.

Since you know what they are, let’s dig further and see when we should use these for.

Which CBD Spectrum Should You Choose?

Firstly, you should understand that each person reacts differently to each type of CBD. While your friend might react well with full-spectrum CBD, you might need to use isolate CBD.

Note: Entourage effect is observed in full-spectrum and broad-spectrum CBD. It is a phenomenon where the compounds present in the hemp (other cannabinoids and terpenes) support the CBD by increasing the effectiveness of its properties.

Reasons To Choose And Not Choose

Full Spectrum CBD

Since it shows the entourage effect, you should choose it if you are consuming CBD for medicinal purposes. Terpenes and flavonoids present have additional benefits too. However, it might show up in a drug test as it contains THC in little amounts.

Isolate CBD

Being the most concentrated form of CBD, isolates are widely used to treat anxiety, pain, etc. It is tasteless and odorless which means adding it to any dish will not alter its natural taste. It is highly versatile and can be safely used by all CBD users. But, unlike the other two it does not offer the advantages of entourage effect.

Broad Spectrum CBD

It has all the benefits of full-spectrum CBD. As it does not contain THC, you will certainly pass the drug test.  But, it is relatively new because of which it is not commonly available.