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Full-spectrum cbd oil comes with that all-inclusive ‘entourage effect’ whereby you might benefit from the full range of effects that each compound brings to the party. Some of the reported health benefits include pain relief, anti-seizure, nutrient boost, nausea relief, muscle spasm relief, reduced anxiety and anti-inflammatory properties. A 2018 study also revealed that full-spectrum CBD is more effective for pain relief than CBD isolate, due to the combined effects of CBD and THC.

If you want to benefit from the calming and therapeutic effects plus the potential long-term health benefits of pure CBD without any of the psychoactive side effects of full-spectrum CBD, CBD isolate is your go-to guy. Check out our range of pure CBD oil – it consists of 100% natural, isolated CBD oil produced with the utmost care by the hemp experts.

Just like CBD isolate, full-spectrum CBD oil is available in the form of edibles, creams, lotions and potions. You can take it orally with capsules, tinctures and edibles or apply it onto your skin so it can work its magic on the targeted area.

Full-Spectrum CBD: The Drawbacks

Since CBD isolate is pure, there’s no need to worry about any THC entering your system after consumption and you won’t fail a workplace drug test. It’s totally legal and has zero high-inducing effects, so you’ll be able to go about your day as normal – just a little bit more relaxed.

Full-spectrum CBD oil is minimally refined and usually contains traces of THC, which could give you a sensation of feeling high and could show up on a drug test (so it’s best not to get the two confused). In the UK, THC is only legal in products that contain no more than 1mg of the stuff and aren’t advertised as providing a medicinal benefit – a single milligram over and you’re looking at spending the rest of your days in an orange jumpsuit (ok, that’s an exaggeration, but the point is: it won’t be legal). Make sure to do your research before purchasing.

While browsing the different CBD products available in the UK, you might have noticed that there are actually three different types of CBD oil : full-spectrum, broad spectrum and isolate. I n this article we’ll going to be getting you up to date with the differences between CBD isolate and full-spectrum CBD oil.

In the voice of Chandler Bing: could it be any more relaxing?!

To create a CBD product, the cannabinoid content is extracted from the Cannabis plant, using methods such as CO2 extraction.

Within the Cannabis plant, there is a classification of compounds known as cannabinoids.

What is Full Spectrum CBD?

The purest form of CBD, in which all other plant compounds and cannabinoids have been completely removed.

So, how does that work exactly?

So, what do they mean and how are they different?