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WHAT IS FULL SPECTRUM CBD AND ITS BENEFITS?

 WHAT IS FULL SPECTRUM CBD AND ITS BENEFITS?


There is an increasing demand for CBD products, which has driven the hemp market into a profitable state. This has also led to the influx of a wide variety of CBD products, which has made it challenging to differentiate between the various CBD products and to choose the right products for you. It is important to know about the active compounds found in the cannabis plant and why it is the best for you.
Both Hemp and Marijuana fall under the species Cannabis Sativa, but they are not the same plant. Hemp has less than 0.3% THC and a high concentration of CBD, while marijuana has a significantly higher concentration of THC. There are over one hundred active compounds found in the cannabis plant, and Cannabidiol (CBD) is just one of the many cannabinoids. CBD and THC are most popular and are found in high quantities.
CBD and THC are the most abundant cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, and their health benefits are well known. However, several minor cannabinoids also play an important role in the effectiveness of a CBD product. Here are other common cannabinoids that may also provide therapeutic benefits:
Cannabigerol (CBG)
Cannabinol (CBN)
Cannabichromene (CBC)
Cannabidivarin (CBDV)
Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV)

There are there most popular types of CBD, the full spectrum CBD, broad spectrum CBD, and isolate CBD. Each type has its own extraction method that determines if it will contain certain aspects of the hemp plant or not.

Full Spectrum CBD


Full spectrum CBD is the purest and unfiltered hemp extract, which offers a holistic approach to CBD and contains a full range of cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils. Good quality full spectrum CBD products are typically high in CBD, with only trace amounts of minor cannabinoids, and very low and negligible THC content, less than 0.3%, which is too small to invoke a 'high' feeling. Full spectrum products are commonly considered to have increased effectiveness because different cannabinoids work synergistically.

Broad Spectrum CBD


Broad spectrum CBD contains all the cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils as in a full-spectrum CBD except for the THC. Broad spectrum CBD is identical to full spectrum CBD except for the THC, which is removed during the extraction process while other components are still preserved. Broad spectrum CBD products are 100% THC free. Simply put, broad spectrum CBD products have 0% THC but contain terpenes, phytocannabinoids, and all the other naturally occurring cannabinoids that the hemp plant has to offer.

CBD Isolate


CBD isolate is the most basic and purest form of CBD. It is the most processed form of hemp with no other cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, or essential oils except CBD. It is made by pulling CBD from its natural environment and removing it from all other ingredients. CBD isolate is quite difficult to make because, during the extraction, extra steps are taken to isolate the CBD and free it of all other compounds. High-quality CBD isolates might contain up to 99.9% of pure CBD.

Full Spectrum and Broad Spectrum CBD VS CBD Isolate


It is important to know the differences between full spectrum CBD, broad spectrum CBD, and CBD isolates. Full spectrum CBD is extracted out of the hemp plant with multiple compounds like cannabinoids like CBN (Cannabinol), CBG (Cannabigerol), THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin), and very low and negligible THC content, less than 0.3%. Broad spectrum CBD is extracted out of the hemp plant with multiple compounds like cannabinoids like CBN (Cannabinol), CBG (Cannabigerol), THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin) with no THC content. CBD isolate is a single strain of CBD chemically isolated from everything else in the cannabis plant. CBD isolates have no identifiable amount of THC, which is found in Cannabis Sativa.

The major difference between full spectrum CBD, broad spectrum CBD and CBD isolate is the strength and longevity. The full and broad spectrum is widely credited as being more powerful with increased effectiveness and greater benefits when the different compounds work synergistically, whereas CBD isolates, has a relatively weaker impact, and shorter shelf duration in the body compared to full and broad spectrum CBD.

Benefits of Full Spectrum CBD
Full spectrum CBD comes naturally, right from Mother Nature. Most full-spectrum CBD products are organic with no pesticides or chemicals.
A combination of the various cannabinoids into a single bundled treatment increases and sustains the effectiveness and benefits of full spectrum CBD when used for different ailments.
Full-spectrum CBD has over 100 known cannabinoids from the hemp plant, and the most robust parts of the plant are extracted and used for various medical treatments.
Full-spectrum CBD is readily available and easily accessible as a nutritional supplement or as a direct medical treatment and can be bought without a prescription.
Full-spectrum CBD has 0.3% of THC, the chemical compound that gives marijuana its "high", and this quantity is too small to invoke a 'high' feeling.
Full spectrum CBD works as a natural pain-relief treatment and offers an all-natural element to alleviate body stiffness, headaches, and inflammatory or chronic pain.
Full spectrum CBD enhances physical and mental well-being and offers a natural alternative to support your well-being and to maintain calmness.

Here at Superchills, most of our products are full-spectrum, we've got the best full spectrum CBD oil, it’s organic, non-GMO, CO2 extracted, and handcrafted. Try our full spectrum CBD products, and experience the benefits of the entourage effect.

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