Full and Broad

Updated: Oct 7, 2021

The most fascinating but confusing thing about CBD is that you have so many choices. You can select the product if you want to eat it or another product if you want to apply it to your skin. The selection is also based upon the strength and type of extracts such as CBD full-spectrum and broad-spectrum.



However, the all of these options can be very overwhelming for a person who is new to CBD. Designed this blog to inform you all about extracts of CBD that is full spectrum broad-spectrum or CBD isolate.

What is CBD?

CBD is one of the most famous and non-intoxicating cannabinoids of Cannabis sativa plant. Its supporters and different research studies support that it has a lot of medicinal potentials that can be helpful in managing pain, inflammation, anxiety and acne to name a few. The market is flooded with different types of CBD products and you can select CBD edible, topical, sublingual or vape products.

Entourage effect

Before we discuss the types of CBD extracts it would be best to understand the basic phenomena that differentiate these types. Studies show that all cannabinoids have beneficial effects on the body. They can be consumed separately of together. When they are consumed together our body can experience the benefits and augmented therapeutic effects as all cannabinoids enhance each other medicinal potential.

Different extracts of CBD

There are three types of CBD extracts based on the type of cannabinoids and other ingredients present in them.

  1. CBD isolate is the purest extract of CBD that only contains CBD. It doesn’t contain any other flavonoids, fatty acids or cannabinoids. If you have a drug test in the coming weeks or don’t want to consume cannabinoids such as THC, CBD isolate is the best choice for you.

  2. CBD full spectrum contains all the beneficial compounds of the cannabis plant including the intoxicating THC. This type is best to provide you with an entourage effect. If you are comfortable using THC, this is a good choice to get relief from various health concerns.

  3. CBD broad spectrum is the type of CBD extract that gives the user benefit of all cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenes without any concentration of THC. It is a good option for any of you who want to try CBD but is not comfortable using intoxicating THC.