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Isolate, Broad Spectrum and Full Spectrum CBD

Written by Jen Kerr


While research suggests all cannabinoids from the cannabis plant have receptors in the ECS they connect with, not everyone can use them all at this time.  Full Spectrum CBD means there is a wide range of different cannabinoids in the oil so that the consumer gets the full benefits of the plant in order to restore balance, or homeostasis, to the body.  However, full spectrum also means there is a trace amount of THC.  This trace amount will not produce a high or psychoactive effect as it is under .3% (which is the federal legal limit), but it MAY produce a positive on a drug test.  If someone has drug testing concerns, it is not recommended they use full spectrum CBD oil.

Broad Spectrum CBD oil means there is a wide range of cannabinoids present with the exception of THC and Isolate means the only cannabinoid present is CBD.  It is suggested that anyone with drug testing concerns consider using broad spectrum or isolate CBD.

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