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If you can ingest it or rub it on yourself, chances are you can find someone adding CBD to it.

While many CBD products don’t contain THC (the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis), many others do. These are known as full-spectrum CBD products, because they contain the full spectrum of cannabinoids that naturally occur in the cannabis plant.

What are the differences between CBD Isolate and Full-Spectrum CBD?

Both “hemp” and “marijuana” strains of cannabis may produce CBD, and manufacturers can use either type of strain to make CBD isolate or full-spectrum CBD extract. But because hemp is bred to have a very high ratio of CBD to THC, most CBD products come from hemp.

Both full-spectrum and CBD isolate products carry the potential for legal issues (even though isolate doesn’t contain THC).

For CBD isolate, the extracted CBD is then refined into a crystal or powder form. This can then be dissolved into oil or another carrier. CBD may also be extracted along with other cannabinoids and terpenes, including THC, to produce full-spectrum CBD.