Difference of full, broad and CBD isolate

I started looking into CBD to help my daily aches and pains.

I started coming across terms I had never heard of before.

There are full spectrum CBD and broad spectrum CBD products. Additionally I saw the name CBD isolate coming up from time to time. What one would be best for me? What is the difference between all three of them? So full spectrum CBD refers to all the elements in the drug you are taking. You have CBD, small traces of THC and other parts of the cannabis plant when you are taking a full spectrum CBD product. The amount of CBD is typically under .3%. If recreational cannabis is legal in your state, full spectrum CBD products could have a bit more. Broad spectrum does have the traces of other plants and of course CBD, but you don’t have to worry about THC. So anyone taking a drug test and worried about that small trace of THC, you are good to go. CBD isolate is just pure CBD. No other traces found in this product. Why would a person care about the different elements in their product? It seems to me it is the effectiveness of the product that is the difference. A little bit of THC goes a long way and the full spectrum products have an entourage effect. Multiple components are working together to help the user reap the benefits. For my aches and pains, if I don’t mind some THC, full spectrum is what I should get. I don’t have to worry about drug tests and I am not afraid to be a little less clear headed.


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