CBD Isolate is the purest form of CBD as it does not contain any other cannabinoids. This is the perfect option for people who just want CBD and none of the other cannabinoids found in cannabis. CBD products do typically have 0.0% THC levels .
Full-Spectrum CBD Oil
Full-Spectrum CBD is created through processing the entire cannabis plant. This allows Full-Spectrum CBD Oil to contain all the naturally occurring cannabinoids found in cannabis. Full-spectrum is know to have an entourage effect though all the different compounds working synergistically together , leading to increased potential benefits. This does mean Full-Spectrum CBD oil contains THC . In the UK it will not contain more than 0.2% THC , this is not enough to make you high.
Full-Spectrum is viewed as having more benefits than CBD Isolate because it contains more cannabinoids. This also comes down to individual preferences and needs.
Broad-Spectrum CBD Oil contains all the cannabinoids that Full-Spectrum has except the THC is removed. This means that these products have a 0.0% THC level . Broad-Spectrum will also create the entourage effect.
This is the perfect option if you want to experience full spectrum but without the THC.
*Entourage effect - This is the synergy that occurs between the different cannabinoids working together to enhance the potential benefits of cannabis.
Which one should I pick?
There is no one answer. This comes down to individual preferences and needs , everyone is different and is affected differently by CBD. It is best to do your research on products and CBD to identify what will suit your needs, this article is just a basic overview of the three main types of CBD Oil. Please consult with your GP or medical expert if you have any concerns about CBD.