What is the difference between Full-Spectrum and Broad-Spectrum CBD?
When CBD began to enter the market, a majority of the products for sale used CBD isolate. While products formulated with isolate perform well, they are not the most effective. Full-Spectrum CBD has much more to offer. Along with CBD, Full-Spectrum contains an entire range of cannabinoids working together to enhance its efficacy. Full-Spectrum is just better. There is a drawback though. Full-Spectrum is allowed to have up to 0.3% THC content. For persons with sensitivity to THC or that have jobs in which drug testing is required, full-spectrum may not be worth the risk posed by this. Broad-Spectrum is the solution. Broad-Spectrum CBD is processed in such a way that THC is removed from the oil. There are many ways to do this. Our process for Broad-Spectrum CBD removes THC to a non-detectable level without removing the rest of the supporting cannabinoids.