As part of the boom in the global CBD industry in recent years, we’ve seen a great deal of development in CBD products, as well as the technology used to produce them.
We can now buy CBD oils, tinctures, edibles, tea, coffee, and more.
When browsing CBD products, you’ll also find some common terms popping up all the time, such as “isolate” and “distillate”. So, what is distillate? And are products containing CBD distillate better than other CBD products?
There are no easy answers to these questions. CBD distillate does have a number of advantages, but like anything, it has its pros and cons. It is also important to remember that distillate is simply a type of CBD extract, which does not guarantee the quality of the product you buy simply because it is labeled as “distillate”.
In this video, we’ll cover the different forms of CBD such as isolate and distillate, as well as taking a deep dive into CBD distillate. We’ll also examine the various ways one can use it and its pros and cons.
But let’s start by clearing up the confusion between two common CBD terms.
CBD Isolate vs CBD Distillate
People often get CBD to isolate and CBD distillate confused. This is not surprising, considering that they are both highly-refined, potent, and concentrated types of CBD. However, there are some key differences between the two, and it is important to know the difference in order to make informed decisions as a consumer.
So let’s take a look at each in turn so we can understand the similarities and differences.