There is a constant debate in regards to the benefit of products containing CBD isolate vs. a full spectrum CBD product. First – we need to understand the difference between the two. When a product is labeled as full spectrum - whether it be a tincture, topical or edible - these products contain multiple cannabinoids such as CBD, CBG, CBN, CBC and THC with CBD being the most prominent with THC content falling under the legal limit. Products containing CBD isolate are products that contain only CBD and no other cannabinoids.
It has been stated that using full spectrum CBD products allows for what is referred to as the “entourage effect” which basically states that CBD is more effective while used in congruence with other cannabinoids. Meanwhile, products that contain pure CBD isolate have no change of containing high amounts of THC, ensuring hey are completely legal to buy and sell throughout the United States and various countries around the world. Also, because CBD isolate is tasteless it has been preferred by manufacturers and consumers for being used in flavored tinctures, e-liquids and other products intended to be consumed orally.
As with almost any aspect of using CBD it really comes down to preference and what products you find to work best for you. We strive to be a trusted source for all things CBD thus all the products listed on our website have a COA (certificate of analysis) acquired by the manufacturer which states they are safe for consumption and contain little to no THC, keeping them within the legal confines that we find ourselves today.