Is CBD and isolates the same?

As the manager for a stressed CBD dispensary, I often get asked the same questions. One major question that comes up every day is the difference between respected or full spectrum CBD and CBD isolate. The cannabis plant itself contains more than 400 bizarre chemical compounds. At least 50 of these compounds are known to be cannabinoids. CBD is the main 1 of these cannabinoids, but full spectrum CBD products are made from the entire cannabis plant. They may contain CBD or a variety of other cannabinoids. Full spectrum CBD oil can also be made with flavonoids and terpenes. These compounds help boost the effects of CBD oil on the body, mind, and spirit. CBD isolates only contain cannabidiol and they are free from THC. These isolates are most often extracted from hemp, which contains seriously low and undetectable concentrations of THC. CBD isolates are fantastic for bi-weekly users, as they contain seriously high doses of cannabidiol. Since both isolate and full spectrum CBD products react in bizarre ways, I constantly explain the difference to my purchasers. CBD isolates are great, but there are several bizarre effects that come from using the entire marijuana plant, and research has only studied the effects of THC and CBD, but there are a variety of other cannabinoid compounds that can be found in full spectrum relief. If you are unsure what product will offer the best relief, then you should talk to your healthcare provider or local budtender. There is a lot of information available, and studies show that each of these compounds significantly affect our mood.

 

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