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What is full spectrum CBD?
Multiple cannabis plant extracts that may include essential oils, terpenes, and other cannabinoids, such as cannabinol, are found in a full-spectrum CBD product. The full spectrum CBD products may contain up to 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant responsible for producing the 'high' feeling experienced by people.
How does full spectrum CBD effect you differently from broad spectrum?
It is possible that full-spectrum CBD has a stronger effect than pure CBD because it contains all cannabis plant compounds. According to research, CBD's health benefits are somewhat more apparent when the cannabis plant comes with multiple compounds. THC is usually present in low quantities, less than 0.3%, in full-spectrum CBD products. However, CBD conversion into a concentrate can result in an increase in THC levels.
CBD in broad-spectrum form contains additional compounds found in the cannabis plant, which is similar to CBD in full-spectrum form. The majority of broad-spectrum CBD products contain no THC or trace amounts, but they shouldn't exceed 0.3% as in full-spectrum products.
Benefits of full spectrum CBD products:
Full-spectrum CBD is reported to have a variety of health benefits, such as:
Risks of Full-Spectrum CBD Products
The major risk of using full-spectrum CBD is the fact that it is possible (in a large enough dose), for a user to experience a euphoric high when using full-spectrum CBD.
It is also possible to test positive for drugs when you use full-spectrum CBD products. THC, which is found in some full-spectrum CBD products, is one of the components that a drug test screens for.