Cannabidiol Full Spectrum or CBD Isolate
Different ailments may react differently to Full Spectrum Cannabidiol or CBD Isolate.
Full spectrum, also called “whole plant,” means the full plant extract which includes more of the plant’s molecules.
CBD isolate is a pure isolated cannabidiol with plant material removed. This allows users to get larger amounts of CBD and control dosage.
There are strong case studies for the therapeutic benefit of a less refined Full Spectrum Hemp Extract with more plant compounds intact. Full spectrum CBD oil products
contain trace amounts (0.3 percent) of THC. They have the advantage of containing many different cannabinoids and terpenes and the potential for a wider health reach.
Both have so many beneficial health possibilities for conditions such as anxiety, pain, inflammation, diabetes, depression and more.
Full Spectrum Cannabidiol has ultimately proven to be more effective than CBD Isolate to effectively treat a wider variety of ailments.
This does not discredit the effectiveness of CBD Isolate and the wide variety of situations when CBD isolate would be preferred over Full Spectrum Cannabidiol.
Some people find the taste of hemp extract unpleasant, The lack of flavor might also make isolate a better choice for cooking with CBD or mixing into some CBD cocktails. CBD isolate powder can also be an appealing option for CBD products for personal use.
It’s hard to know which CBD products work best for you without trying them both to see how you react. You should try a variety of CBD products and assess your results. If your condition is not reacting significantly to Full Spectrum Oils try an Isolate and vice versa.