Understanding The 3 Different Types of CBD Oil

If you’ve never used CBD before and you go to buy it without doing any prior research, you’ll likely be in for some pretty confusing shopping. Between all the different CBD products, dosages, and methods of consumption, figuring out what works best for you can be a process.

When it comes to CBD oil, one of the most used forms of CBD, things get even more complicated. There are several different types of CBD oil that vary in name, the effect they have, and what they’re best used for. Understanding these differences is an important step to determining what kind will be the right fit for your needs. To help you, we’ve broken down the three main types of CBD oil below!

Full Spectrum CBD Oil

Full spectrum CBD oil contains not only the CBD compound, but also all of the other naturally-occurring components found in the cannabis plant. This includes the flavonoids, terpenes, proteins, lipids, and all other cannabinoids, even THC. There are only trace amounts of THC in full spectrum CBD oil, by law there cannot be more .3%. It will NOT get you high. All of these components work together to enhance the effect of the CBD and deliver other physical and mental health benefits of cannabis as well—this is called the entourage effect.

Broad Spectrum CBD Oil

Broad spectrum CBD oil is very similar to full spectrum, in that it contains the other cannabis plant components in addition to CBD. The difference is that broad spectrum oil does not contain any THC at all. You will still experience the entourage effect when using this type of CBD, but it will not be as powerful as it is when using full spectrum. People who don’t want to consume any THC or who are concerned about trace amounts showing up on a drug test prefer broad spectrum CBD oil as an alternative.

CBD Isolate

CBD isolate is just what it sounds like—the isolated CBD cannabinoid. There are no other cannabinoids or cannabis compounds in CBD isolate. It is available as an oil, but also commonly sold as a crystal or powder as well. While isolate does not produce the entourage effect, it is the most potent form of CBD. Because you only need such small amounts to reap the benefits, it a cheaper option compared to the other two oils.

The best way to determine what type of CBD is right for you is often by simple trial and error. At Resolve Naturals, we’ve made quality CBD oil and other CBD products affordable, so you can discover your favorite without breaking the bank.

Head over to our online CBD shop to explore our savings and begin your journey to better health!