What does Spectrum CBD Mean?
Full-Spectrum products have been created with the express purpose of keeping these natural cannabinoid and terpene profiles intact. When using Full-Spectrum CBD, you're getting much more than just CBD. The plant's aromatic terpene molecules work with minor cannabinoids such as CBG and CBN to make the CBD an even more effective compound.
Full-Spectrum products do contain trace amounts of THC, less than 0.3%. While this isn't enough to make consumers feel intoxicated, people who want to avoid THC entirely should avoid full-spectrum CBD.
What does Broad-Spectrum CBD Mean?
Similar to full-spectrum CBD, broad-spectrum CBD still contains the terpenes and cannabinoids found in a cannabis plant. The only difference between broad and full spectrums is the presence of THC.
While full-spectrum CBD contains trace amounts of THC, broad-spectrum CBD contains none. This makes broad-spectrum a solid choice for users who may be concerned about drug-tests or who have a strong sensitivity to THC and want to avoid the compound entirely.
Even without THC, broad-spectrum products can still be effective at encouraging the entourage effect.
At Vitaldiol, all of our product lines are guaranteed broad spectrum and comes with a certificate of analysis (COA) from an accredited third party testing lab. While preliminary data has indicated full-spectrum CBD products are safe to consume,