WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FULL SPECTRUM AND BROAD SPECTRUM CBD OIL?
It’s the THC level. Both full spectrum and broad spectrum CBD include other ingredients of the hemp plant, such as
cannabinoids and terpenes, to support the CBD’s benefits. But full spectrum includes THC, while broad spectrum is
THC-free.* For more details, see our blog post,
“The Difference Between Full Spectrum and Broad Spectrum CBD.”
IS BROAD SPECTRUM THE SAME AS FULL SPECTRUM?
They’re similar but not identical. Both include a range of cannabinoids and terpenes to create the “entourage effect,”
but full spectrum CBD includes THC (usually a very small amount), while broad spectrum CBD is THC-free.* This makes broad
spectrum CBD preferable if you’re subject to drug testing or are sensitive to THC, but if you think you’d prefer full
spectrum, check out our
full spectrum CBD oil.
DOES BROAD SPECTRUM CBD WORK?
Broad spectrum CBD formula is primarily CBD with small amounts of other ingredients, so you can get the same benefits
that you would get from other kinds of CBD products. Keep in mind that it might take a few weeks of daily use before
you gain the full benefits, since CBD builds up in the system over time. With that said, everyone’s response to CBD
is unique, so whether you prefer broad spectrum, full spectrum, or CBD isolate is a matter of your personal physiology
WHAT IS BROAD SPECTRUM CBD OIL GOOD FOR?
Different users take broad spectrum CBD oil for different reasons. Among the most popular are relaxation, everyday
stress management, maintaining regular sleep, and recovering from exercise. Our Superior Broad Spectrum formula
supports these benefits with adding calming cannabinoids but is THC-free*, so you can enjoy it without worrying about
getting high or failing a drug test.