A quick guide to decide which of the presentations is the best in each case.
Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, has been touted for years for its many health benefits.
From anxiety and sleep reduction to pain relief, it has become a popular choice for those seeking alternative treatments.
It is possible to find active CBD in three types of presentations: full spectrum, broad spectrum and isolated CBD.
COMPARISON BETWEEN BROAD SPECTRUM AND FULL SPECTRUM
Full spectrum CBD
Full-spectrum CBD contains various components of the cannabis plant, including trace amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Fully legal conventional products in Ecuador contain less than 0.3% THC. In some countries where marijuana is completely legal, it is also possible to find full-spectrum products with higher levels of THC.
Broad spectrum CBD
This CBD does not contain THC. However, it contains other components of hemp, so it will not be 100% CBD. Think of it as the middle child of three CBD options. CBD isolate. Their pure and isolated CBD products do not contain any other compounds found in cannabis besides CBD.
PROS AND CONS OF FULL SPECTRUM CBD
- Phytocannabinoids (such as CBD and THC)
- Terpenes (compounds that affect the aroma and flavor of hemp)
PROS AND CONS OF BROAD SPECTRUM CBD
So between full spectrum and broad spectrum CBD which is the best for me?
Well, the time has come to decide, and basically after this explanation the decision must be made based on: