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Which CBD is best for you?

What Are the Different Types of CBD?

CBD seems to be the latest cure all for just about any physical or mental issue you can imagine, from arthritis to anxiety. The broad number of choices as to how you can use CBD are also numerous and varied. 

To avoid any confusion over which type is best for your needs, you must get more familiar with the different types of CBD products and their benefits.  That is why we at Puure Therapeutics created this guide to the different types of CBD. 

You will learn:

What is CBD? 

CBD (Cannabidiol) is extracted from the cannabis sativa (or hemp) plant. Yes, this is the same plant that also produces marijuana. Although CBD doesn’t contain the high amounts of the psychoactive ingredient (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol), that’s in marijuana. That’s an important point to keep in mind since THC is the element weed that makes you feel “high”. In fact, CBD can only be legally sold if the product contains less than 0.3% THC.  

CBD is able to make magic in your body and brain because it positively interacts with the endocannabinoid system (ECS) which is responsible for the body temperature, memory, immune system, nervous system, heart rate, skin, movement, and hormone secretion. Plus, CBD has many other proven benefits like: 

  • Anti-bacterial 
  • Antiseptic
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Analgesic properties
  • Essential fatty acids
  • Vitamins A, D, E
  • Antioxidants 

Obviously, there are plentiful perks to incorporating CBD into your daily lifestyle. Perhaps you’d like to use CBD for its beauty benefits, chronic illness relief, or its mood boosting abilities. No matter the reason you’re shopping for CBD products, it’s never a bad idea to learn more about CBD. Read on for more insights into the most valuable information for CBD shoppers.  

What’s the Difference: Hemp vs Marijuana Derived CBD? 

Both hemp derived CBD and marijuana derived CBD come from the cannabis sativa plant, but they are usually not of the same variety. The main difference is that “hemp” is produced by a cannabis sativa plant that contains less than 0.3% THC. Cannabis sativa plants with THC levels that exceed this percentage are considered marijuana.  

It’s normal practice to breed marijuana plants to have low levels of the CBD active compound but high levels of THC, typically 20% or more. That’s because most marijuana users are looking for a mind-altering, psychoactive reaction rather than the more subtle effects from CBD use. 

3 types of CBD

Types of CBD: Full Spectrum vs Broad Spectrum vs Isolate

Once you’re committed to trying a CBD oil or CBD-infused product, you’ll want to decide on the type of CBD. There are three common types to select from as detailed below. Each type of CBD offers different benefits. 

Full Spectrum CBD

Full spectrum CBD is derived from the entire hemp plant, including all flowers, leaves, stems, and roots. CBD manufacturers extract the oil from the hemp plant through power washing, pressing, and pulverizing the plant matter. Full spectrum CBD is usually very dark in color and has an intense “hempy” taste. That’s because it’s the strongest version of CBD available. 

The resulting CBD oil contains less than 0.3% THC which is incredibly low. However, full spectrum CBD does still have a traceable amount of THC which can build up in your system over time. If you get drug tested for work, then you’ll probably want to purchase Broad Spectrum CBD or Isolate CBD instead of Full Spectrum CBD. 

The production of full spectrum CBD maintains the hemp plant’s cannabinoid compounds such as CBC, CBDA, and CBG, as well as lipids, terpenes, vitamins, and other molecules. Ingesting full spectrum CBD containing this complex combination of compounds will heighten your results. That’s because each of these elements work even better when ingested together, a phenomenon known as the “entourage effect”. 

Broad Spectrum CBD

Broad spectrum CBD is produced in the same way as full spectrum, by using all parts of the hemp plant and retaining a variety of cannabinoids and terpenes. The only missing ingredient in broad spectrum CBD is THC. During the extraction process, manufacturers separate and remove the THC compound completely. 

Broad spectrum is guaranteed to provide you with the entourage effect, same as full spectrum but minus the THC. Many consumers appreciate this since they may be drug tested by their employers or simply want to avoid any psychoactive influence from THC. Opting for broad spectrum CBD gives you all the perks of full spectrum CBD but none of the concerns. 

It’s recommended to purchase broad spectrum CBD products from a company that offers independent third-party lab testing. Allowing third-party scientists to analyze a CBD product is the best way for a manufacturer to prove the purity of their product. 

After the CBD is studied, the independent lab will issue a COA (Certificates of Analysis) which will typically reveal many details about the CBD product: 

  • Total THC
  • Total CBD
  • Total Cannabinoids
  • Microbiological levels (e.g. microorganisms, bacteria)
  • Terpenes (the aromatic compounds that give plants a scent) 
  • Possible contaminants (e.g. pesticides) 
  • Solvent residue that remains behind after the extraction process
  • Heavy metals that can be absorbed by the cannabis sativa plant from the air, water, or soil

Be sure to purchase CBD products from a company that makes the COA easily available. It’s important to confirm the purity of what you’re buying so that you have a good CBD experience. 

CBD Isolate

The third type of CBD is called CBD Isolate and is 100% pure CBD. During the manufacturing process, CBD goes through a winterization process in which the CBD is washed in alcohol and heated to approximately 120 degrees. This technique separates the CBD from all other cannabinoids, waxes, terpenes, and other elements. The result is a CBD Isolate product with a pleasing flavor and scent, as well as a lower price than broad or full spectrum CBD. One downside to CBD Isolate is the inability to receive the entourage effect that’s available in other full or broad-spectrum CBD products. 

The CBD industry is excited by CBD Isolate because, depending on the extraction process, they may be able to one day isolate other cannabinoid compounds like CBN or CBG. Since each cannabis compound has its own benefits, then manufacturers may be able to someday sell CBN oil or CBG edibles for targeted use. 

If you want the most impactful version of CBD, then opt for full spectrum. However, if you want to avoid THC then you can go with a broad spectrum. Finally, if you are looking for a 100% pure, low cost CBD product then try a CBD isolate. 

Ways to Take CBD

Once you’ve figured out the type of CBD you’d like to buy, then you need to decide how you’ll ingest the CBD. Below is an overview of different options. 

Keep in mind, the rule of thumb for CBD dosages is to use 1 to 6 mg per 10 pounds of body weight. You can use this amount up to two times each day. 

Different Ways to take CBD


Where to Find the Best CBD – Puure Therapeutics

Now that you’re aware of the different types of CBD, you’ll be better able to select the CBD product that works best for your needs. With so many different CBD products on the market it can be tough to find a CBD product that fits your lifestyle. Puure Therapeutics can cover all of your CBD needs delivering high quality 100% Organic CBD Oil.   

All of our CBD Products start on non GMO US Based Farms and travel through rigorous lab testing to ensure quality. We are a pharmacist founded and operated CBD company that cares about the health and well being of our customers. If you would like to learn more about different types of CBD or products that we offer, contact us today.

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