CBD Types: Full Spectrum, Broad-Spectrum, Isolate
Know what your CBD has to offer you.
Full Spectrum CBD—You get the whole plant.
The pure extracted oil of the hemp plant that contains unmodified cannabinoids and compounds. This means it contains an array of cannabinoids, vitamins and minerals, fatty acids, flavonoids, and terpenes.
Why Choose Full Spectrum?
For what experts in cannabinoid science call the “entourage effect.” When all these cannabinoids and whole-plant players are presented together, they work synergistically.
Broad Spectrum CBD—Get the whole plant, but 86 the THC.
A whole plant extract with the THC removed OR CBD isolates that’s had other cannabinoids (not THC) added back in.
Why Choose Broad Spectrum?
You can have the benefits of the entourage effect without the THC. Even though hemp-derived full spectrum CBD contains .3% THC or less (can’t get you high), some would just rather not have it.
A good broad-spectrum product is an excellent way for those who want no part of THC to still get that whole-plant goodness.
CBD processed to remove all other cannabinoids, oils, plant materials, waxes, and chlorophyll.
Why CBD Isolate?
It’s free of THC and has no taste or smell. In some cases, this may be ideal for skincare products.
Here’s What We Recommend
The Hemp Haus agenda is never about pushing CBD products. And the products we have chosen to sell have been carefully selected. Check more of our products at https://thehemphaus.com.