With so many options and buzz words it is very easy to get lost or put off when choosing CBD the first time.
Before you buy CBD it is good to know what you are buying and what potential effects it will have.
There are 3 mainstream options when choosing CBD products, below we shall explain the key differences.
Full spectrum CBD contains every cannabinoid present in the cannabis plant, including CBD and users can benefit from the entourage effect.
THC in very low traces is not enough to trigger any psychoactive response but instead offers amazing therapeutic effects within the body.
So although Full Spectrum products may contain traces of THC, it is way too small to get you high.
Full Spectrum CBD products are often the most expensive due to the amount of terpens and strains in the product.
Broad Spectrum CBD contains all the cannanbinoids apart from THC. This is considered to be a mix between Full Spectrum CBD and CBD Isolate.
Broad spectrum CBD begins as a full spectrum extract with all of hemp's terpenes and cannabinoids intact, before it is sent through a refinement process to remove the THC compound.
Broad-spectrum CBD is an excellent choice for individuals that can’t have any traces of THC in their system, whether for legal purposes, passing a drug test, or anything else. By choosing Broad Spectrum or Isolate no THC will ever show up in a test.
CBD isolate is an all-natural cannabinoid supplement made from hemp oil that's been refined down to pure CBD only, with none of the other Cannabinoids.
Some would call Isolate the purest form of CBD, which is true; but conversely, it's the most processed form of hemp.
It is vital that you choose a brand that supplies a product from the highest grade CBD Isolate, something Pure Organics is proud to offer.
Now you are a pro and know all about the different CBD options, lets take a look at how to take CBD.