So you’ve decided to start using CBD - great choice! Whatever your reasons, you can’t go wrong with this supplement. Cannabidiol has been shown in various studies to have a notably positive effect on the body. Most often, people who use CBD choose it as an alternative to pharmaceuticals, which tend to have a lot of negative side effects.
Users of this product include those struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder, severe anxiety, depression, and other mental health disorders. Many of these people show a marked improvement. CBD has also been shown to be effective against medically-resistant epilepsy.
If you are looking into using CBD oil, you may have heard the terms “isolate” and “full-spectrum”. What do these mean?
CBD isolate means that all other cannabinoids have been removed, leaving 99% pure CBD. While the other cannabinoids (such as CBG, CBE, CBL, CBT, etc.) are highly beneficial, some choose isolate in order to further distance themselves from the risk of partaking in THC, which is the cannabinoid that gets you high. Generally, those who choose this option do so because they have sensitive jobs like law enforcement, EMT or other strict jobs. (It’s worth noting that both isolate and full-spectrum have only trace amounts of THC.)
Full-spectrum CBD is distinct from isolate in the sense that more cannabinoids are left in the product. Those cannabinoids that remain in the solution serve different (yet often overlapping) purposes in helping the body all-around. You might choose full-spectrum CBD for the same reason you might choose whole-wheat bread instead of white bread. White bread still has a lot of the nutrients you’d want from bread, but it has a lot more of them.
In general, you can’t go wrong with either. We offer both, so why not give them a try?