If you’re currently wondering which spectrum of CBD is better than the other, it doesn’t necessarily have to be a competition between them. Our bodies process CBD differently based on a variety of factors. The question you should be asking is, which one will better suit your needs and give you relief? Your physiology, lifestyle, and even health history can influence how your body reacts to cannabinoids.
Full-spectrum CBD – Full-spectrum CBD contains several components of the cannabis plant, including trace amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Federally legal full-spectrum products will always have less than 0.3 percent THC. In states where cannabis is fully legal, you may also be able to find full-spectrum products with higher THC levels.
Broad-spectrum CBD – This type of CBD does not contain THC. It does contain other components of the cannabis plant, though, so it won’t be 100 percent CBD. Consider it the middle child of the three CBD choices.
CBD Isolate – Purely CBD. Isolate contains no other compounds found in cannabis, except for the CBD itself. This is the purest form of CBD and it contains no other cannabis plant compounds.
Next time you stop by Light’N Up, make sure you ask your Product Specialist about the difference between CBD products!