Full Spectrum CBD+THC Oil
About our Full Spectrum CBD+THC Oil
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If you need additional relief, take up to 3 servings per day.
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What is Full Spectrum CBD Oil?
Full spectrum CBD oil is defined as CBD oil that contains a full spectrum of hemp’s best compounds. Full spectrum CBD oil contains THC, CBD, other cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and more. Our full spectrum CBD oil meets an even higher standard: its CBD:trace cannabinoid ratio is 5:1.
Is Full Spectrum CBD Oil THC-Free?
No, it is not. Because the plant grows with a miniscule amount of THC (.3% or less). While this is considered a non-psychoactive amount, the plant cannabinoid is still present.
What are terpenes?
Terpenes are compounds that contribute to the note or scent of flowering and fruiting plants throughout the world. Anyone who has enjoyed aromatherapy blends with scents like Lavender has enjoyed a plant’s terpenes. In the hemp plant, these terpenes work with the other cannabinoids, synergistically, to compound the potential benefits.
Do terpenes make Full Spectrum CBD Oil stronger?
Yes. Terpenes contribute to the entourage effect and make CBD even stronger. Some terpenes even bind to endocannabinoid receptors.
What are cannabinoids?
Cannabinoids are compounds found almost exclusively in cannabis/hemp. They get their name from their ability to activate your body’s endocannabinoid system. CBD is the most prevalent cannabinoid in hemp, but it’s far from the only one.
Do trace cannabinoids make Full Spectrum CBD Oil stronger?
Yes. Studies from Israel have conclusively shown that the small amounts of THC and other trace cannabinoids present in full spectrum CBD oil make it far stronger. Trace cannabinoids also make full spectrum CBD easier to dose.
Are Full Spectrum CBD products better than isolate?
The choice of spectrum is personal and based upon what the consumer prefers. Some have found that they prefer the synergistic way that the cannabinoids work together in a full spectrum product. Others have found their desired results with an isolate product. It is good to try different spectrums to see which yields the most positive results for you.
Can full spectrum CBD Oil show up on a drug test?
Because there is a scant amount of THC within the plant extract, it can metabolize in your system to where it is enough to cause a positive result on a urine test. You can contact the lab directly should you like to know exactly what is being tested for and if a full spectrum cbd product is allowed.
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