What Is The Difference Between Full-Spectrum, Broad-Spectrum and Isolate CBD?

Before you dabble in any of the different products that you’ve heard about from your friends, family, or all the popular products on the internet, you should know what you’re consuming.

While there may be benefits gained from taking advantage of all the cannabinoids, different people need specific components to cater to their needs. Taking Isolate CBD is best for those who want to avoid any and all traces of THC. Full-spectrum CBD is ideal for those who want to take advantage of as many cannabinoid benefits as possible. Broad-spectrum is where you’ll find a healthy balance.

Full-Spectrum CBD


Full-spectrum CBD contains all of the healthy cannabinoids, which means that they work together to treat pain and illness more effectively!

In accordance with the law, full-spectrum CBD products contain less than 0.3% THC.

Includes: CBC, CBD, CBDA, CBG, CBN, THCA, THCV, and less than 0.3% THC

Broad-Spectrum CBD

Broad Spectrum Gummies

Broad-spectrum products are made of several types of cannabinoids and terpenes.

They go through additional processing to remove more of the 0.3% THC to bring it down closer to 0%.

Includes: CBC, CBD, CBDA, CBG, CBN, and around 0.0% THC

Isolate CBD


Isolate CBD is for those who are sensitive to the cannabinoids since the CBD cannabinoid has been “isolated” to prevent other cannabinoids from entering your system. 

If drug testing is a concern, you’re encouraged to seek out CBD isolate products.

Includes: CBD

Note: We have full-spectrum, broad-spectrum and isolate CBD available in multiple forms: gummies, salves, tinctures, water-soluble, etc.

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