The difference between CBD Isolate Oil, Broad Spectrum CBD Oil and Full Spectrum CBD oil
It is important to know that CBD oils can be made with three different specifications of CBD. CBD Isolate Oils – made with pure CBD Isolate. They don’t contain any other cannabinoids than CBD, which does not support the so-called entourage effect. CBD Isolate is the safest choice for a CBD vaping product, but it’s not the best for CBD Oils.
CBD Full Spectrum Oils – contain CBD extract with many different compounds, mostly other cannabinoids and terpenes. But they also contain THC in small quantities (usually 0.05% to 0.2% THC). This level of THC is not legal in most parts of the world, and it could be detected by authorities if they chose to inspect it. It’s also important to note that with these levels, THC could be detected during a roadside drug test or at the airport.
CBD Broad Spectrum Oils – probably the best choice for most users of CBD oils. They contain CBD as well as other useful cannabinoids and terpenes, but in contrast to the full-spectrum oil, THC is not detected. Harmony has created a premium Broad Spectrum CBD Oil to ensure the presence of minor cannabinoids and terpenes in addition to CBD, with absolutely no detectable THC.