What is the difference between full spectrum, broad spectrum and CBD isolate products?
“Full spectrum” indicates a whole cannabis-plant extract comprised of terpenes, phenolics, and all naturally-occurring cannabinoids. This product is sold under marijuana laws in each state with Medical or Recreational restrictions, and should never be purchased outside of that system, nor mailed outside of your state legal system. Full spectrum products will always be over the 0.3% THC limitations of legal hemp extract. “Broad spectrum” also signifies a whole plant extract with all naturally-occurring compounds; the hemp is then distilled and refined to be compliant with state law and includes up to 0.3% THC (note that one may fail a drug test if consuming this type of product, especially in large doses). “CBD isolate” products are refined to the point of isolating the CBD cannabinoid to 99.9% purity and has no other cannabinoids or terpenes in its profile.