What is Broad Spectrum CBD Oil
When it comes to types of CBD oils, you will hear a lot of people talking about full & broad-spectrum CBD and about CBD isolate. While there is a clear difference in terms of what full spectrum vs. isolate means, there is a little bit of confusion about the broad-spectrum CBD oil definition.
A CBD isolate is only CBD extracted from the cannabis sativa plant, with concentrations of 96-99% CBD. This compound has the aspect of crystals and contains only pure crystalised CBD. Full-spectrum means the oil purely extracted from the plant, usually using clean CB2 extraction processes.
Broad-spectrum is a combination of both – the extra refining process makes sure there are no traces of THC, while in full-spectrum CBD, there is a chance to find traces of less than 0.02% THC – this is still in the legally accepted concentration in the UK, but some people simply prefer this option.