Full Spectrum CBD contains such essential oils, terpenes, and other cannabinoids. In a full spectrum extract, the oil goes through the cannabinoid extraction process and filtration, however, none of the cannabinoids or other compounds are removed. While full spectrum CBD does have THC, it does not contain enough THC to get you high.
Broad-spectrum CBD oil contains almost all of the compounds present in the cannabis plant. However, one important component is always missing: THC. Broad-spectrum goods differ from full-spectrum products in that they do not include tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which contains less than 0.3 percent THC. CBD isolate products are not the same as broad-spectrum products.
CBD (cannabidiol) is the sole cannabinoid in an isolate; no other cannabinoids, terpenes, or fatty acids from the plant are present. It's created using the same extraction method as other CBD oils. The difference is that the CBD is filtered out once the cannabinoids are extracted. It next undergoes a freezing process known as winterisation, which eliminates any remaining chemical components.
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