- Full Spectrum
- Created from hemp through full plant extraction
- Includes all active hemp-derived cannabinoids, including <0.3% THC
- Also contains plant terpenes, flavonoids, vitamins, minerals, plant proteins all from original hemp source
- All compounds work together in what is known as the Entourage Effect to multiply the potential health benefits
- Broad Spectrum
- Created by taking Full Spectrum extract and further processing it to remove trace amounts of THC
- Includes most active hemp-derived cannabinoids, except THC
- Just like Full Spectrum, all compounds work together in what is known as the
- Entourage Effect to multiply the potential health benefits
- Created by removing all other molecules except CBD from the Full Spectrum extract
- All that remains is a white powder that is at least 99% pure CBD with 0.0% THC
This is a staple when it comes to faqs about CBD. Most drug tests check for the presence of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Properly sourced CBD oil contains less than 0.3% THC, which is a trace amount. For that reason, it is unlikely for CBD oil to show up on a drug test. However, the results of a drug test cannot be promised. To cater to all customers, you can consider trying our THC-free tinctures.
As mentioned previously in our faqs about CBD, properly sourced CBD oil contains 0.3% THC, which is a trace amount. Therefore, hemp-derived CBD oil will not get you high.
Research on CBD is ongoing, but the reported side effects of CBD oil are minor. When taken in high quantities, some have reported drowsiness while others have reported stomach discomfort due mostly to the carrier oils.