Full spectrum CBD vs Isolate

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Today we will discuss the difference between full spectrum and isolate oils. We will keep it short and sweet so you can then go snuggle your pet for that fifth time today hehe!

First it is important to note that all oils will be coming from the same raw hemp plant material. Whether they are FS or ISO depends on how the oil is extracted.

Learn more about how we came across CBD here.

Full spectrum CBD Oil

In addition to CBD, a full-spectrum oil includes other cannabinoids (CBG, CBC, CBN, CBGA) that provide multiple additional healing powers. When various cannabinoids are all present simultaneously with CBD, they naturally work together with your body and optimize the health benefits of the oil; this effect is also known as the "synergistic effect" or "entourage effect." A full spectrum oil also includes plant compounds such as aromatic terpenes (pinene, linalool and myrcene ect.), flavonoids (plant antioxidants), phytonutrients, and essential oils.

Isolate CBD

Isolate oils only contain the cannabinoid "CBD." This means that when the oil from the hemp plant was extracted, the only cannabinoid that came with it was CBD. By doing this, all of the other components of the plant such as terpenes, flavonoids and other cannabinoids will not be present in the oil therefore making it less efficient in therapeutic benefits than an FS.

Side note: This does not mean that the product will not be helpful or beneficial to your pet's health; the benefits just won't be as strong as a FS product. 

So there you have it! You can now go snuggle your pet! 

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