The CBD Spectrum
There are a lot of options for CBD on the market which makes choosing a product that’s right for you pretty difficult. If you’ve done any shopping for CBD you may have noticed full spectrum, broad spectrum, or CBD isolate on the label. These terms only seem to add to the confusion on which CBD product to buy. But what exactly do they mean? Well, by understanding these terms, it can make your decision a lot easier. Let me explain.
Full Spectrum CBD
This is a fairly popular choice for a lot of CBD users. Full spectrum CBD comes from using the entire cannabis plant to make CBD. That means the CBD is extracted with all other compounds in the plant which includes terpenes, essential oils, and other cannabinoids. Unfortunately, this also means it contains THC, which some may not want due to its intoxicating side effects.
The THC in full spectrum CBD may show up on a drug test so keep that in mind when choosing your CBD.
Another popular option is broad spectrum CBD. It’s very similar to full spectrum but the main difference is that it only contains trace amounts of THC. The CBD is also extracted from the cannabis plant and contains terpenes, essential oils, and other cannabinoids.
While this is a pretty good choice, keep in mind that as part of the broad spectrum extraction process, other cannabinoids besides THC and CBD may be introduced. The problem there is that there is very little, if any, data on their possible benefits or negative side effects.
This form of CBD is the purest as the CBD is isolated from the other parts of the cannabis plant as part of the extraction process. The CBD is extracted with no other compounds or cannabinoids, just pure CBD. That means there’s practically no THC, but the downside is that there are no other beneficial ingredients like terpenes and essential oils.
Smart Spectrum CBD
While each of the previous options have their benefits, none of them are entirely perfect. Especially considering all of the guidelines in the current legal landscape. But Nature’s Ultra CBD address all the issues.
Nature’s Ultra uses a combination of CBD isolate and Young Living essential oils to create smart spectrum CBD. This allows Nature’s Ultra and Young Living to develop products that have the purest form of CBD possible with 0.0% THC, while also offering the incredible benefits of Young Living essential oils.
The goal is to provide more options as the CBD landscape and laws change, but for now you can rest assured knowing that Nature’s Ultra CBD is pure, beneficial, and meets all the current regulations and guidelines.
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