Cannabidiol (CBD) continues to be the focus of many medical cannabis studies, and continues to prove itself as a powerful drug. Since CBD does not cause psychoactive effects, it's even more desirable for some patients.
When CBD is referred to as full spectrum, it means that it includes all the cannabinoids found in the source plant. The extraction process used on hemp pulls the CBD, and other cannabinoids found in the plant. CBD isolate is just CBD purified, and separated from the other cannabinoids found in the source plant.
A study (Overcoming the Bell Shaped Dose Response of Cannabidiol by using Cannabis Extract Enriched in Cannabidio) published out of the Lautenberg Center for General Tumor Immunology in Jerusalem examines the effectiveness of administering isolated cannabinoid extracts (CBD only formula) versus whole plant extract (which contain the full range of the plant's cannabinoid content). The conclusion was that the whole plant extract, which contains a large percentage of CBD, but also traces of the other cannabinoids, prove more effective than CBD Isolate solutions. The study demonstrated that a whole plant containing the entire range of cannabinoids continue to provide relief as the dose increased. As an isolate extract, it did not provide the same effectiveness when there was an increase in dosage.
Using a full spectrum CBD extract is referred to as the "Entourage Effect" by scientist. It states that CBD works more effectively with the presence of the many other cannabinoids found in cannabis. As we continue in our research, and development, our mission is to pass that information along to our customers. Our goal is to provide the best products, and to educate our customers so that they can make the right decisions for their health.