CBD Isolate vs. CBD Full Spectrum
Did you know that there are two available finalized forms of CBD in CBD products on the market today, and that both forms individually can help produce different results within your body?
But what are the differences you ask? Good question. Simply put Full Spectrum CBD oil has many cannabinoids and terpenes (therapeutic aromas) present in it and Isolate CBD just has one, CBD (Cannabidiol). One other very important difference is that pure CBD Isolate (which in it's final form is a whitish clear crystalline powder) should contain 0% THC if processed correctly. Full spectrum on the other hand does have a little THC, not enough to make you feel "high", (below the federally legal limit of less than 0.3% THC) and an array of other cannabinoids (CBN, CBG, CBC etc.) that help it to produce what's know as the "entourage effect." (all of the available cannabinoids that are present working harmoniously in the body to achieve the best results).
According to the leading medical researchers in the world of CBD, (which happen to be in Israel) CBD Full Spectrum is far superior to CBD Isolate in medical clinical studies.
We carry Isolate knowing that certain people cannot have any THC in their system for a multitude of reasons including drug testing and for pets because many people believe that THC isn't good for their pets. Isolate is very effective (especially when it's top quality like ours) but still less effective than the Full Spectrum version of CBD oil.