What is the Difference Between Full-Spectrum, Broad-Spectrum and CBD Isolate?

In general, full-spectrum CBD, broad-spectrum CBD, and CBD isolate are produced from the same origins and are extracted in similar ways, however there are a few differences between them. Hemp plants are the source for all extracts, CBD isolate and broad-spectrum CBD; neither contains THC, which means neither will make you high. Full spectrum on the other hand contains 0.3% THC, this low amount of THC gives you full benefits without feeling high. The differences can be seen below.

CBD Isolate

Hemp extract turned into CBD isolate has been refined many times to produce the purest CBD product on the market. Additionally, the extract’s color and flavor profiles are removed, as are all of the plant’s other cannabinoids. You receive a consistent and predictable serving each time you use CBD isolate because CBD is the only active ingredient.

Broad Spectrum

The CBD that is classified as broad-spectrum comes from hemp extract that has only had the THC removed. In other words, about 100 other cannabinoids can be found in the extract, in different quantities depending on the plant variety. Therefore, every serving doesn’t contain the same amount of CBD. Full Spectrum Full-spectrum CBD contains all the cannabinoids, as well as trace amount of THC 0.3%. Its compositions varies from batch to batch. Federally legal full spectrum products will always have 0.3% THC. THC and CBD combined is said to produce an entourage effect, meaning the benefits are larger. Hemp extract turned into CBD isolate has been refined many times to produce the purest CBD product on the market. Additionally, the extract’s color and flavor profiles are removed, as are all of the plant’s other cannabinoids. You receive a consistent and predictable serving each time you use CBD isolate because CBD is the only active ingredient.

Full Spectrum

Full-spectrum CBD contains all the cannabinoids, as well as trace amount of THC 0.3%. Its compositions varies from batch to batch. Federally legal full spectrum products will always have 0.3% THC. THC and CBD combined is said to produce an entourage effect, meaning the benefits are larger.