CBD Isolate versus Full Spectrum CBD

Posted by DNA Hemp Company on Sep 14th 2019

What’s the Difference Between CBD Isolate and Full Spectrum CBD?

As the days go by, Cannabidiol (CBD) continues to grow in its popularity.

The majority of the industry's growth as a whole is attributed to consumers becoming very aware and seeking natural alternatives.

As people start to learn more, they begin searching for CBD products. Understandably, this search includes finding the cheapest price.

We get that. We are consumers too. At some point in this journey most will run into products made from CBD Isolate, Full Spectrum CBD and everything in between.

Since its very important (and we are still getting a lot of phone calls on the subject) to know the types of CBD we are going to try to demonstrate this in the simplest way possible.

When CBD is referred to as full spectrum, it means that the CBD contains all cannabinoids including CBN (Cannabinol), CBG (Cannabigerol), and THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin), Cannabinoids, Terpenes, Flavonoids and more. These are the required compounds needed for actual results.

And yes, along with these cannabinoids, Full Spectrum CBD also contains trace amounts of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol). In accordance with the Agricultural Farm Bill, DNA CBD products are within the legal 0.3% limit of THC.

CBD Isolate, on the other hand, is simply purified CBD that has been extracted and isolated from the other cannabinoids. Correct, it has been isolated away from the compounds needed for actual results.

Whats the point of just CBD Isolate then? Well, it's doesn't cost as much as full spectrum products I guess?