What is the difference between broad-spectrum and full-spectrum CBD?
If you are looking into CBD oil, you may have come across the terms “broad-spectrum” and “full-spectrum.” But what do these terms mean? And which one is better? In this blog post, we will discuss the differences between these two types of CBD oil and help you decide which one is right for you.
Broad-Spectrum Vs. Full-Spectrum
Broad-spectrum CBD oil is made from CBD that has been extracted from the hemp plant. However, it has removed all of the THC (the compound in cannabis that gets you high). This means that broad-spectrum CBD oil will not make you feel high. On the other hand, full-spectrum CBD oil is made from CBD that has not been processed to remove the THC. This means that full-spectrum CBD oil may make you feel high, depending on your tolerance and the dose. Be sure to check the packaging on the CBD products you use to know how much THC is included in the full-spectrum product you choose. Remember to start with small amounts if you are new to products that include THC.
The Difference in Effects
Broad-spectrum CBD oil and full-spectrum CBD oil both have similar effects on the body. Broad-spectrum CBD oil is said to help with anxiety and pain. Full-spectrum CBD oil can help with stress, inflammation, pain, and sleep. You can expect more sedative effects from the full-spectrum due to the included low doses of THC.
Which One Should You Choose?
The type of CBD oil you choose should be based on your needs. If you are looking for a product that will not make you feel high, then broad-spectrum CBD oil is the way to go.
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