Full spectrum CBD oil drops refers to products that not only contain CBD but the other plant molecules as well. This version of CBD oil is minimally refined, leaving most of the cannabinoids and terpenes intact and in the oil, where cannabinoids and terpenes work together to influence each other. This synergistic effect is called the “entourage effect” and has seen CBD work with THC to reduce the effects of a high and CBD to influence one’s own cannabinoid receptors.
When CBD is referred to as Full Spectrum, it means that the CBD contains many of the cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Our high-quality Full Spectrum products, which come along with Content Analysis of the cannabinoids, includes the following:
93.8% CBD (Cannabidiol), CBN (Cannabinol), 0.21% CBC, 0.70% CBG (Cannabigerol), 0.19% THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), 0.09% Δ8-THC, in Full Spectrum. Along with all these cannabinoids, Full Spectrum CBD offers different benefits for a wide variety of ailments.
We recommend that the user should place between 3-5 drops of the oil under your tongue for 60 seconds every morning and night and you should mix CBD oil with general wellness and self-love.
Cannabidiol (CBD) Isolate, on the other hand, is simply purified CBD that has been extracted from the cannabis plant and isolated from the other cannabinoids.
CBD isolate products are labeled as being 99% pure. As the name suggests, these products have been isolated down to just the CBD molecule. They have no other active ingredient and just aim to deliver therapeutic doses of CBD, isolated from the other cannabinoids and terpenes.
While there is a wider range of Full Spectrum CBD benefits than CBD isolate benefits, it does not discredit the effectiveness of CBD Isolate. There are a wide variety of situations when CBD isolate would be preferred over Full Spectrum CBD.