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Since Full spectrum CBD products can have trace amounts of THC, it’s best to avoid them until after your drug test. Even broad-spectrum CBD products may result in a positive test, so always exercise caution when using CBD. The best option for avoiding THC while still getting the benefits of CBD is to use a CBD Isolate based product, as they have gone through a remediation process to remove all THC content.
If you’re unsure about a product, always check for a certificate of analysis. This third-party lab test will show the cannabinoid content, as well as the purity of your product.
Full-spectrum CBD products contain all the compounds found in hemp plants, including THC and other phytocannabinoids, as well as terpenes and bioflavonoids. This kind of whole plant hemp extract has the potential to have synergistic effects, according to the entourage effect theory, which is currently being researched. The amount of THC in our full spectrum products will always be below the federally mandated limit of less than 0.3% by dry weight.
Broad-spectrum CBD products, on the other hand, include most of the same compounds as a full spectrum product, but without any detectable amounts of THC.
Since plant extracts can naturally vary due to many factors during the cultivation phase, the amounts of minor phytocannabinoids such as CBG, CBN, and CBC can vary from batch to batch.
CBD isolate products undergo rigorous extraction processes and only contain pure CBD with no other cannabinoids or hemp compounds.
The entourage effect is a scientific theory suggesting a harmonious interaction between the different compounds found in hemp. This synergy occurs when cannabinoids and terpenes work together to create a unique effect. For example, since full-spectrum products contain all of the naturally occurring compounds found in hemp, many believe they are more effective than CBD isolate-based products.
There are no known side effects to taking CBD, however, CBD may have contraindications with certain prescription medications. Always consult your physician before starting any new supplement if you are currently taking any prescription medications, or if you are pregnant or nursing.
Terpenes are natural aromatic compounds found in all plants, including hemp. These compounds give plants their aroma and flavor. Notably, they give hemp its distinct taste and scent and can vary widely depending on the strain and product.
Some terpenes have their own set of potential benefits and may impact a CBD product’s desired effects. Terpenes are an area of particular interest to us, and we are currently researching their effects with a local University.
The endocannabinoid system, known as the ECS, is a physiological system all humans and mammals have. It’s responsible for maintaining homeostasis, and regulates different functions in the body.
Researchers believe that cannabinoids like CBD, and other compounds found in hemp, like terpenes, may help balance these functions and have a unique interaction with the Endocannabinoid System.
FDA DISCLOSURE: In accordance with federal regulation, we cannot make health claims regarding our dietary supplements. We can only recommend our products for general wellness. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.
CBD serving sizes are highly individualized. Due to the wide range of potential uses for CBD, appropriate serving sizes can vary widely from person to person. Your individual serving size will be dependent upon many factors such as your body weight, sensitivity to cannabinoids, metabolism, individual body chemistry, and other metabolic factors.
We recommend starting out with a small amount of CBD, and gradually increasing the serving over a few days until the desired effects are achieved.