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There are four broad categories of CBD Oil:
Cannabis derived CBD:
Many of the early studies regarding CBD Oil point to a very synergistic effect between the compounds of THC and CBD. Thus, people who have a medical card or do not prefer the “high” that comes with taking THC might want to seriously consider this oil.
CBD Isolate is the purest form of CBD you can possibly take. It is normal for manufacturers to distill the CBD as many as four times to get the purest product possible.
Scientist think that this may not be the best way to take CBD, since you are losing out on many other cannabinoids and minerals in the refinement process, but if you are in a situation where you need to closely monitor what goes into your body… this is your product.
And finally, to Full Spectrum. There are actually 2 different variations of Full Spectrum CBD.
The first type is Full Spectrum CBD with 0% THC.
Much of the CBD Oil currently produced comes from the Hemp Plant, which normally has a small percentage of THC in it. In almost all cases, this is not enough to produce a “high” feeling
That being said, there are a lot of situations when a consumer may want to avoid THC completely.
Last but not least…. Full Spectrum CBD.
Full spectrum CBD is also commonly referred to as “Whole Plant” CBD because it is derived from the entire hemp plant.
There are a lot of benefits to consuming hemp-based CBD in the Full Spectrum variety, since you are able to get all of the cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpines present in the hemp plant.