You have seen a product listed as either full spectrum or broad (wide) spectrum. So, you may be wondering why there is full vs. broad (wide) spectrum and what is the difference,
Full vs. Borad: The Main difference
The main difference between full vs. broad (wide) spectrum CBD oil is THC. Unlike full spectrum CBD oil, broad spectrum does not contains any THC. This means that thes products are different in their CBD profile.
The hemp plant can produce a variety of cannabinoids, many of which appear to have medicinal benefits. Full spectrum CBD contains phytochemicals naturally present in cannabis plants. This includes cannabidiol (CBD), tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other cannabinoids and compounds. These secondary plant substances work together to create a so-called entourage effect. Reports suggest that the entourage effect produces an additional medical benefit.
Full vs Broad Spectrum
Full spectrum CBD oil products thus contain CBD and other beneficial compounds that work quite well with other cannabinoids such as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and the other secondary nutrients. During processing of Broad spectrum CBD, THC is removed along with other cannabinoid to achieve zero level of THC.
Unlike Full Spectrum, broad spectrum CBD products contain fewer cannabinoid terpenes, as many are lost in the removal process of THC. However, it is better than CBD isolate – products based on cannabinoids or terpenes that do not contain any other substances than CBD.
Our goodness in the bottle as nature intended
Vestratek full spectrum CBD oil is an unadulterated hemp extract that contains beneficial compounds derived from the plant. It contains a wide range of cannabinoids, THC, CBD and other naturally occurring substances. If you want to make the most of the “entourage” effect of CBD and at the same time promote balance to support a healthy diet and body, then full spectrum cannabidiol oil (CBD) should be your first choice.