CBD Isolate vs Full Spectrum

CBD Isolate

CBD Isolate

CBD isolate is 99% pure CBD. There are absolutely no other cannabinoids present and it appears as a crystalline powder. The CBD must be extracted and isolated from all other cannabinoids in a lab and is as pure as you can get. Isolate is typically the option chosen by people who need to pass a drug test or are sensitive to cannabinoids since it does not contain any THC. You can buy oil infused with isolate or you can buy the “raw” CBD crystals or powder.

Full Spectrum CBD

Full Spectrum CBD Oil

 Full Spectrum CBD is hemp extract that contains other cannabinoids along side CBD, as it would occur naturally in the plant. Full Spectrum is important because of something called the entourage effect, where all the cannabinoids simultaneously work together and actually enhance each others effect, making the effect much stronger and more euphoric. Many people swear by this fact, and thus claim that full spectrum CBD is more effective and beneficial than isolate. But that is not entirely true and we are going to go over the actual medicinal difference.

Which is better?

The reason some people choose CBD isolate is usually because they need to pass a drug test, don’t want the effects of full spectrum or they are taking CBD in extremely high doses. Full Spectrum CBD is usually used by people looking for a stronger effect from their oil that really makes you feel uplifted and relaxed. CBD isolate for example, while limited in its therapeutic effects, is very easy to dose, which means that extremely high doses of CBD can be administered fairly easily with isolate. On the other hand, full spectrum CBD oil is a much more potent product, which has much more recognizable effects when it is taken. It was previously thought that CBD isolate was the more potent compound, but studies have been recently showing the opposite.

So then which to choose? If you are concerned about consuming THC, than CBD isolate might be the best option for you. In the end, the choice will be yours, but science has shown recently that Full Spectrum CBD might be the clear winner for combating conditions. Chances are you will be happy with either choice that you make, because in the end, the CBD compound works the same in both methods, full spectrum just offers additional cannabinoids on top of that.

Conclusion

Well, there you have it! The ultimate guide to CBD isolate vs. Full Spectrum CBD. In the end, it will be your choice, and if it is a medical decision be sure to include your doctor. It is our hope that once you have learned the basics, you will be able to make an informed, and educated decision about which form of CBD oil is best for you. They both share similar qualities but where you begin to see the difference is in the effectiveness of each dose, as well as the added benefits of the other cannabinoids which you only get with Full Spectrum. If you truly wish to know which is better for you, you should try them both for yourself! That is truly the only way to know. With that, we will leave off and let you find out! Cheers