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What is the CBD Full Spectrum Cart charged with?
1 Gram of CBD Full Spectrum
What is full-spectrum CBD?
CBD can seem complicated at first, so let’s break it down a little.
Cannabinoids: There are more than 100 cannabinoids, including CBD and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). CBD and THC are responsible for the therapeutic and psychoactive effects of cannabis products.
Terpenes: The more than 150 terpenes in cannabis affect the plant’s fragrance (think: what makes an orange smell citrusy). They can also have therapeutic benefits (think: how lavender has a calming effect).
Flavonoids: Cannabis includes about 20 different flavonoids. Flavonoids are found in all kinds of plants, including fruits, vegetables, grains, and more. Like terpenes, they have therapeutic effects. StudiesTrusted Source show that the flavonoids found in cannabis have anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and neuroprotective properties.
Full-spectrum CBD includes small amounts of all of these compounds, including THC.
By comparison, broad-spectrum CBD removes THC, while CBD isolate removes everything except CBD.
Cons of full-spectrum CBD
Not everyone wants THC in their CBD products. You may prefer to avoid it or might worry about it showing up on a drug test. Depending on the test, this is a possibility — especially if you’re buying CBD products that are mislabeled and contain more THC than they claim.
Is full-spectrum CBD right for you?
If you’re interested in the potential therapeutic benefits of the entourage effect, full-spectrum CBD may be the best choice for you.
However, if you’re sensitive to THC or just want to avoid it, you might want to try broad-spectrum CBD. That way, you’ll still get some benefits of entourage effect but with no THC.
If you don’t want anything but CBD, isolate will be your best bet.