As mentioned above, there are a few different kinds of CBD extracts out there. After reading about the full spectrum, you may decide that it is not for you. Many people do. You still have other options. Let’s go over what those are.
This kind of CBD oil is very similar to full spectrum. As with the full spectrum, broad spectrum is not extensively processed and has many cannabinoids, terpenes, and compounds found in the hemp plant with the CBD. But it has one significant difference. Broad spectrum has no THC in it. Like with full spectrum, the name “broad spectrum” gives you a good idea of what is in it, in the sense that it a wide range of compounds, but not all of them.
Despite the potential benefits of having other compounds, cannabinoids, and terpenes in a CBD extract, some may be poor. CBD affects everyone a little bit differently. As a result, full and broad spectrum CBD oils may be too strong for certain people, causing them to experience adverse side effects. If you think this may be you, then you may want to try a CBD isolate.
You can likely guess what CBD isolate is just by the name. It is just CBD isolated so that it is on its own with no other cannabinoid, compounds, or terpenes. The effects of CBD isolate are not likely to be as strong as the effects of a full or broad spectrum. But your experience with CBD may feel clearer, without the clouding of other compounds.