Updated: Feb 1

The full form of CBD is Cannabidiol. It naturally occurs in the Hemp or Cannabis plant. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a compound found within the resinous flower of cannabis, a plant with an upscale history as a drug going back thousands of years. Today the curative properties of CBD are being tested and confirmed by scientists and doctors around the world. A safe, non-addictive substance, CBD, is among 100 "phytocannabinoids," unique to cannabis and endow the plant with its robust therapeutic profile.

Three main types of CBD are being studied by scientists. In this article, we'll be looking at these types of CBD. So, let's get into it!

Full Spectrum CBD:

Full-spectrum means that a product or oil contains all the cannabinoids naturally present in the cannabis plant. Full-spectrum CBD products have moderately large CBD levels with minimal concentrations of cannabinoids and lower THC levels (which is 0.3 percent ). Despite the comparatively low levels, the overall composition is called "Full-spectrum," and it is closely correlated with the "entourage effect."

The entire collection of cannabinoids, essential oils, and terpenes derived from the plant merge to improve the remedial activity of each cannabinoid, known as the "entourage effect."

Previous studies claimed that the Isolated CBD form was more effective than the Full spectrum CBD; however, in 2005, this theory was proven false by research conducted by the Lautenberg Center for General Tumor Immunology in Jerusalem. Another study showed that the full-spectrum CBD resulted in higher relief levels compared to the Isolate CBD.

Why use full-spectrum CBD?

The entourage effect hypothesis indicates that it could be more useful to take CBD and THC along with terpenes than to take any cannabinoid alone. That's why specific individuals choose full-spectrum CBD to be used.

One 2011 research in the British Journal of Pharmacology showed that consuming a mixture of terpenes and cannabinoids may benefit with:

· Anxiety

· Pain

· Inflammation

· Seizures

· Cancer

· Infections of fungi

The same study also concludes that CBD can minimize unnecessary THC effects, such as appetite, fear, and sedation.

2018 research showed that some of the terpenes and flavonoids found in cannabis could decrease inflammation and have neuroprotective effects. Lab reports prove that Clean Beauty & Wellness’s full-spectrum CBD is plentiful of minor cannabinoids that makes us a trustable company you can choose to buy your CBD products.

Broad Spectrum CBD:

Broad-spectrum CBD is the new CBD extract which links the bridge between the full-spectrum CBD and Isolates CBD. Broad-spectrum CBD is processed like Isolate CBD, but it offers a wide range of cannabinoids like full-spectrum CBD. At the beginning of the refinement process, the broad-spectrum CBD is the same as full-spectrum CBD. It includes all hemp, terpenes, and cannabinoids.

Isolate CBD:

Isolate CBD is a powder or crystalline solid containing pure CBD. It is distinct from full-spectrum CBD products that can hold up to 0.3 percent THC lawfully. On a drug test, this number will show up, but it will not cause a high.

Anyone who may want to try CBD but cannot or may not want to consume some tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the active ingredient in cannabis, isolate CBD is the right choice for them because at least a small amount of THC is found in most other CBD products.

Which type of CBD is right for me?

It all depends on you; everyone is different. We all have unique health needs, lifestyles, and physiologies. All these aspects will help you to determine which type of CBD will be suitable for you. However, there are some points which can help you in making this decision.

Consider full spectrum CBD:

  1. If you want to explore the full benefits of all the cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids present in the whole cannabis plant.

  2. If you are good to go with THC.

  3. If you want a raw product.

Consider broad-spectrum CBD:

  1. If you experience THC sensitivity.

  2. If your state has strict laws regarding the consumption of THC.

  3. If you are a CBD beginner and want to consume CBD without THC.

Consider Isolate CBD:

  1. If you smoke, Vape.

  2. If you want your drug-test result negative by consuming a little dose of CBD.

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