Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil
In this emerging market, so much information on CBD is coming out. A new product is developed each day, and new scientific break-throughs are being discovered just as frequently.
If you are new to CBD, don't fear; WE ALL ARE!
You've more than likely started to see company's selling CBD products at your local market, or have heard testimonial from someone who has recently found relief from CBD.
THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF A "FULL SPECTRUM" HEMP EXTRACT
The term “Full-Spectrum” is commonly used to describe hemp oil and CBD products. This term is used to differentiate these oils and products from ones that have been manufactured with Pure CBD or CBD Isolate.
Full Spectrum vs. Isolate
The term "full spectrum" simply means the CBD-rich hemp oil contains a complete and full profile of differnet canabinoids, natural terpenes, and plat waxes.
Pure CBD is just that...pure CBD and nothing else. For more on: What is CBD Isolate? CLICK HERE
If you're still wondering "...what exactly do these things even mean!? ...and why does it look like that? ...and how do I even consume it?"
Don't worry, we're here to get you on track!
A "full spectrum" CBD extract possesses all the benefits of Cannabidiol (CBD), but also provides other therapeutic properties the Hemp plant has to offer. Cannabis (Hemp) contains MANY more cannabinoids than just CBD and THC. Each with their own unique therapeutic qualities. This is the "full" in full-spectrum.
For some applications and cases, a broad collection of cannabinoids can offer a more holistic approach than pure CBD alone. Hemp oils containing natural terpenes, fatty acids, lipids, and other cannabinoids naturally found in the plant offer users what is known as the "Entourage Effect."
All in all, CBD is an amazing compound. Full Spectrum is not any better than Isolate or PURE CBD. We do not want that to be the summary of this informative piece! Both have their benefits and uses. For instance, CBD isolate is more effective in topical applications than a full spectrum hemp oil would be. However, there is science behind the added benefits of the entourage effect vs. CBD isolate. Multiple compounds working together vs. one isolated compound...that is the true difference.
The Entourage Effect
The entourage effect is a term being used a lot in the CBD community. It refers to the complete chemical makeup of the hemp plant and it’s beneficial effect on your health and well being as a result from all the natural components found in the hemp flower. The natural terpenes, fatty acids, cannabinoids, and all other organic compounds synergistically interacting with one another. Together, all of these compounds compliment one another resulting in a stronger influence on the body than any single component. Each component is amplified by the other, if you will.
CBD Crumble is a great example of a high grade "full spectrum" product that we are extremely proud of here at VESL OILS. We start with an industry leading RAW Hemp oil, and refine it even further to an unmatched level of potency and quality! Through a natural process the oil is refined until it forms a waxy, crumble-like consistency perfect for cooking/baking -or- vaporizing/"dabbing" because of its high concentration.
But the coolest part is; THE THC IS COMPLETELY FILTERED OUT!
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CBD Crumble and "full spectrum" possesses all the benefits of Cannabidiol (CBD), but also provides all the other therapeutic properties the Hemp plant has to offer. Cannabis (Hemp) contains MANY more cannabinoids than just CBD and THC. Each with their own unique therapeutic qualities. See image below.
Terpenes, chemical compounds that give cannabis plants their unique smell, come in many different forms. For example, the terpene PINENE has a sharp, piney smell, and LIMONENE has a citrus and lemon smell. In addition to smell, each terpene has their own therapeutic qualities. Pinene can help improve memory and alertness, and Limonene is great for improving mood and relieving stress. See image below.