Cannabidiol, better known as CBD, has been touted for its many health benefits over the years.
From helping with anxiety and sleep to reducing pain, it’s become a popular go-to for those searching for alternative treatments.
What does mean Full Spectrum CBD oil?
Also known as whole-plant cannabidiol (CBD) oil, full-spectrum CBD oil is a cannabis oil with high concentrations of CBD, as well as all other cannabinoids ( CBG, CBN, CBC, CBL CBC,…), terpenes, flavonoids and trace amounts of THC found in the cannabis plant.
Differences between Full Spectrum CBD, Broad Spectrum CBD and Pure CBD oil?
Let start by breaking down these three main types of CBD oil.
Pure CBD oil is made from isolated CBD. Pure CBD oil contains only 1 cannabinoid – CBD. During CBD isolate extraction process, everything contained in the plant matter removes, including any traces of THC, other cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, waxes, chlorophyll, and more. What’s left is 99+% of pure powder CBD.
Broad Spectrum CBD oil very similar to Full Spectrum CBD oil, contains all cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes, but the main difference is that during the extraction process of Broad Spectrum, THC is completely removed. Broad Spectrum doesn’t contain THC at all – 0% THC.
Here we come to Full Spectrum CBD oil. Full Spectrum CBD oil contains whole plant extract. It presents full profile of beneficial cannabinoids. Full Spectrum CBD oil will contain trace amount of THC, but not enough to get you „high“. It’s enough to work better with CBD, because when CBD and THC work together in our body, CBD has much better effect. It’s called „entourage effect“.
Why should we choose Full Spectrum CBD oil?
Full Spectrum CBD oil should be the least unprocessed CBD oil. That is one of the reason why should we choose Full Spectrum CBD oil. One of the biggest benefits of full-spectrum CBD is that you’ll get what’s known as the entourage effect. This is a theory that says when multiple components of cannabis work together, you reap more benefits than when taking each individually.
Let me show to you how other cannabinoids affect your body:
From here we can see that each cannabinoid has different effect on our body and mind. So, imagine the difference when you take Pure CBD oil or Broad Spectrum with only one cannabinoid or without THC, what we are missing.
How to recognize REAL Full Spectrum?
First of all, we need to know what to look for when buying CBD oil.
Then, if we know how to choose the right CBD oil for yourself and decided to buy Full Spectrum CBD oil, we need to read COA. Certificate of Analysis known as COA must be posted on a website of the brand who sell CBD.
If you are buying in the store, QR code must be shown on the bottle and linked to the third party lab’s COA of the product.
Once we found COA, I am going to explain you how to read COA, and check if it 's a real Full Spectrum.
There many companies that claim Full Spectrum, but their COA is showing presence of only one or two cannabinoids.
Full Spectrum CBD oil must show more than 5 different cannabinoids.
From our COA you can see that Gramina Full Spectrum CBD oil contains in 1oz bottle:
- 3000+ mg of CBD
- 90+mg of CBG
- 90+ mg of CBN
- 60mg of CBC
- 150mg of CBDa
- 10+mg of CBGa
- 27mg of THC (less than 0.3% of THC)
One more thing you need to know when reading COA, all tests on heavy metal, mycotoxins, pesticides, residual solvents, listeria monocytogenes and pathogenic must be shown as PASSED.
If COA hasn’t shown on the website or can’t show you COA in the store, DO NOT buy CBD oil from them.
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