Currently, there are three different types of CBD Spectrum: Full spectrum, broad-spectrum, and isolate. These three are differentiated based on their compounds. We will discuss this in the article further.
However, one drug is said to be approved by the FDA, which is called Epidiolex. It’s for treating Epilepsy. It is still under research with no approval from the FDA because CBD is still new compared to other medicines.
But, on the other hand, people have been using the hemp plant for various purposes and in different ways for a very long time. Grateful Beginnings are committed to only selling premium hemp grown by our USDA Certified Organic farm in southern Oregon’s perfect growing conditions. Our high-quality hemp has a bountiful amount of terpenes giving you a flavorful experience. Our hemp also has a wide variety of cannabinoids to activate the healthy and relaxing response of the Entourage Effect.
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Difference Between THC And CBD
In the recent past, people extracted marijuana from hemp plants which made them feel high. This is because it contains a high dosage of THC or Tetrahydrocannabinol, a psychoactive compound. Both CBD and THC affect the endocannabinoid system of our body but in different ways.
The molecular structure of both these compounds is the same except for a small difference. The presence of two hydrogen atoms in THC creates the psychoactive effect. Thus, THC makes you feel high while relieving pain and inflammation.
On the other hand, CBD does not make you feel high while relieving pain and inflammation. In addition to this, CBD is a great natural medicine to help treat insomnia, anxiety, and depression.
What Is Full CBD Spectrum And What Are Its Benefits?
Full-spectrum CBD contains all the compounds present in the cannabis plant. It includes but is not limited to terpenes, cannabinol, and essential oils. Moreover, it contains less than 0.3% of THC or tetrahydrocannabinol but does not contribute to its psychoactive properties.
The good side of full-spectrum CBD is that it creates an entourage effect. So, in theory, it means that the combination of all the compounds present in the extraction will increase health benefits.
Apart from the entourage effects, it also acts as:
- Pain and muscle spasm relief
Negative Effects Of Full CBD Spectrum
Consuming full-spectrum CBD can come with a lot of consequences too. For instance, one could be allergic to one of the compounds in the full-spectrum CBD.
Moreover, the entourage effect may not show the same healing effect on everyone. As everyone’s body is different.
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What Is Broad Spectrum CBD And Its Benefits?
Broad-spectrum CBD refers to CBD products that contain almost all forms of compounds in the Cannabis plants except THC. In one way, it is an ideal form of CBD and will therefore be completely legal.
However, its benefits are the same as full-spectrum like anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, and anti-seizure.
The pros of broad-spectrum CBD also provide the entourage effect like full-spectrum. However, due to the absence of THC, the medicine will not come up during drug screenings and affect your mind.
What Is Isolate CBD?
As the name suggests, this is the purest form of CBD with no other compounds like THC, terpenes, and essential oils. Therefore, it is best for those who do not want to consume even the slightest dose of THC.
Moreover, it offers health benefits like pain relief, anti-inflammation, anti-anxiety, and improved mood.
Grateful Beginnings Farm: Sour Suver Haze
The Sour Suver Haze from Grateful Beginnings is a full spectrum CBD flower that you can smoke. Home-grown with great care and love, this strain consists of 20.11% CBD and 51mg/g terpenes.
Moreover, it offers benefits like balanced therapeutic effects and pain relief. It offers a degree of calmness that improves mood and relieves panic attacks.
Depending upon your need, you can choose between full CBD spectrum, broad-spectrum, and isolate CBD. They all offer similar benefits, but depending on the compounds present, their effectiveness will increase or decrease.
Moreover, while choosing a CBD brand, you must check their third-party lab results and reviews.
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