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Full Spectrum CBD Oil -1000mg

Our Full Spectrum Hemp CBD tincture is perfect for those who want to experience the “entourage effect” resulting from the gamut of cannabinoids working together to provide the maximum benefit that the hemp plant can provide. Choose from Lavender, Peppermint, Unflavored, Wild Orange and our limited time only Mint Chocolate.

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Pure and natural, our Full Spectrum CBD Oil offers quick relief without any synthetic ingredients. Offering various ways of use from taking it orally to mixing it with your favorite beverage and so much more. It is perfect for those who want to experience the “entourage effect” resulting from the gamut of cannabinoids working together to provide the maximum benefit that the hemp plant can provide. Available in Mint Chocolate, Peppermint, Lavender, Wild Orange and Unflavored. 1000mg of active cannabinoids, terpenes, and phytonutrients.

  • <0.3% THC
  • 33.3mg per serving (1 ML), 30ML per bottle
  • Abundant in fatty acid Omega 3, B complex vitamins, and all 20 essential amino acids
  • Sourced from non-GMO, U.S.-grown industrial hemp
  • Third Party Lab Tested for Potency and Purity

Ingredients: Full Spectrum CBD Hemp Extract, 100% Coconut (MCT) Oil (Fractionated Coconut Oil). *CONTAINS COCONUT*

CBD and Full Spectrum, how they differ?

You Mean there is a Difference between CBD and Full Spectrum?

Let’s talk CBD. So, you have made the decision to start implementing CBD into your daily life but then you get hit with the question, “would you prefer pure CBD or full spectrum hemp oil?” “Dear goodness,” you think, “there are more decisions to be made?” It would certainly be nice to be able to have a one-size-fits-all product that we could just hand over and that would be it, wouldn’t it? This is not the case but that does not mean that this should be a difficult decision or even a painful process in the slightest. After all, you are doing this because your ultimate goal is to feel better and we want to make sure that happens. It all starts with finding the product that is right for you.

There are various final forms of CBD products and it is essential to understand the distinctions amongst them. The two key categories of CBD are Pure CBD and Full Spectrum Hemp Oil. It is important to note that no CBD category is necessarily superior to the other. We are all unique individuals with a body that is unique to us and we each come with a diverse set of needs and preferences. It is significant to remember that what may work for one person may not work the same for another. The decision may feel overwhelming at first, but the differences are actually quite simple and once you understand these differences the choice between the two will become much clearer.

What’s the Point? Isn’t CBD Just CBD?

It may seem like this is being made to be more complicated than it should be but there are very good reasons as to why it is split up this way. Let’s take a look at why. CBD, short for cannabidiol, is one of many naturally occurring compounds in the cannabis plant. Cannabis? Yes! CBD products are derived from the hemp plant which is a member of the cannabis family. These naturally occurring compounds are actually called cannabinoids and CBD is one of the most researched of all cannabinoids. However, there are over 100 cannabinoids present in this wonderful plant. Wow! Now, the important takeaway here is that CBD is not something that was created in a lab but rather is a single molecule derived from a plant. This plant is made up of a lot more than just CBD, though. After all, it is not called a CBD plant. It’s called a hemp plant. The reason it is important to remember that CBD comes from a plant and not created somewhere off in big pharma land is because in order to obtain the CBD you have to extract it. You have got to pull it out somehow as we are obviously not all sitting here munching on leaves. Now there are different ways to do this. You can extract the CBD and leave it intact with other beneficial plant material or you can extract it and process it down to the level where nothing else is left but CBD.

Due to the heavy research that has been conducted on CBD and all of the promising and positive findings on what it can do for the mind and body, it was originally thought that CBD alone was all that was necessary. While CBD is a powerful natural agent and can certainly stand on its own, it has since been discovered that CBD that has not been completely isolated away from the rest of the plant has its own unique set of advantages. The reason that one form has not been eliminated in the favor of the other is because they both have their place. Serving the same purpose, helping your body and mind be the best that it can be, they each have unique reasons as to why one person may choose one over the other. We will explain those differences in detail for you.

Full Spectrum Hemp Oil

You may sometimes hear full spectrum hemp oil referred to as “whole plant” or “full plant.” The reason for this is because the full hemp extract is included in this CBD product. In addition to CBD, which is the most abundant cannabinoid in a full spectrum hemp extract, you will find additional cannabinoids, terpenes, and phytonutrients. Included in this are minimum quantities of THC, another cannabinoid that is found in trace amounts in hemp. Some may be alarmed by this, but it is only present at 0.3% or less which is within the legal federal limit for CBD products. So, don’t be alarmed! Full spectrum products are still non-intoxicating and that tiny amount of THC carries great therapeutic benefits even without the “high.” The benefit of leaving these additional plant compounds intact is due to a phenomenon called the “entourage effect.” The entourage effect is the synergistic way in which all of these plant compounds interact with one another to provide a stronger therapeutic value than any one compound working alone. You don’t want the team captain without the team, right? This product is closer to the way that nature intended it to be as it does not undergo the level of processing that a pure CBD product would need to undergo. The terpenes and flavonoids that are also naturally present, while providing great benefits, can give the product a distinct taste and aroma that may be unpleasant to some. The biggest deciding factor when it comes to a full spectrum product is drug testing. While there are only trace amounts of THC, within the legal threshold of 0.3%, there is no guarantee that it will not show up on a drug test. There are too many factors that come into play for anyone to make that guarantee such as weight, diet, metabolism, and dosage. For some, even the slightest possibility of a false positive is not worth the risk. This is the very reason that we provide options because we believe that should not have to stop you from experiencing all of the wonderful benefits that this plant has to offer.