CBD CAPSULES & TABLETS
CBD Capsules and Tablets
The terms most commonly found when purchasing any CBD product is whether it is “full spectrum” or “isolate”. Therefore it is important that consumers understand the difference as the terminology can be confusing. The difference is only subtle between full spectrum or isolate. However, they can mean a difference in the effects, drug test results and more.
The hemp plant contains over 80 different cannabinoids and “Full spectrum CBD” generally refers to a product that contains more cannabinoids and other chemicals naturally found in the plant than just CBD alone. To be allowed to sell full spectrum based CBD products, THC levels must be equal to or less than the authorised 0.2%. However, “CBD isolate” is a pure cannabidiol and contains no other chemicals. It is therefore FREE of THC.
An example of better understanding the difference in whether to take CBD isolate or full spectrum, imagine an example using Vitamin C. Let’s say you have a deficiency in Vitamin C and you want a correctly functional as well as being both accurate and easy way in which to get the vitamin, you are generally advised to take “isolated Vitamin C tablets”. However, if you want more generalised benefits, eating an orange is a simple but effective option because it has Vitamin C as well as “other nutrients”, these other nutrients being similar to full spectrum CBD.