As you know today, Cannabidiol (CBD) products are becoming one of the most talked-about items that people are relying on to cure most of their ailments. However, so far we know very little about CBD and the researchers are still burning their midnight oil to find more details about this new compound so that mankind can be benefitted from it.

If you too have started using any CBD product then you must have observed that by reading the labels of the product that you buy, the label may be indicating that the product is made from either full-spectrum or any whole-plant CBD. Do you know what does that mean?

Here in this short article, we shall let you know a little relevant information about full spectrum CBD oil products that you can also buy from the website of JustCbdStore.

Besides that, you may also have heard about broad-spectrum, and isolate too, which are also a few types of cannabis extracts, called concentrates. All these terms indicate the amount of various plant-produced therapeutic chemicals that are present in it besides the primary component i.e. CBD and THC etc.

What is full-spectrum CBD?

The cannabis plant usually contains a few different kinds of beneficial compounds as follows:

  1. Cannabinoids

There are about 100+ cannabinoids, which include CBD and THC and both these compounds are responsible for providing various therapeutic and psychoactive effects.

  1. Terpenes

There are 150+ terpenes present in cannabis that can affect the fragrance of the plant. They can also provide various therapeutic benefits.

  1. Flavonoids

Cannabis has about 20 different kinds of flavonoids that are found in almost all kinds of plants, fruits, vegetables, grains, etc. Flavonoids too have therapeutic effects like terpenes.

As far as full-spectrum CBD is concerned, it includes a little amount of all the above-mentioned compounds, including THC. In case of broad-spectrum CBD, THC will be completely removed while CBD isolate will remove everything except CBD.

Let us also know about a few Advantages and Disadvantages of full-spectrum CBD.

Pros:

The following are a few pros of full-spectrum CBD:

  1. Entourage effect

A few research results have indicated that the therapeutic effects of CBD will get stronger when it is combined with a few other cannabis compounds like terpenes, flavonoids, and other lesser-known cannabinoids. This is called the entourage effect.

Although broad-spectrum CBD may include many other compounds, but you will find THC only in full-spectrum CBD that can offer pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties.

  1. Widely available

People mostly prefer full-spectrum CBD and most products based on CBD are available are of full-spectrum CBD in the form of CBD gummies, topicals, sprays/tinctures, and pills/capsules.

Cons:

  1. Contains THC

Many people may not prefer to have the presence of THC in their preferred CBD products as it can show up during drug tests.

  1. Not always legal

If the product is made from a hemp plant then it will contain less than 0.3% THC that is legal however if the CBD-based product is made from Marijuana that may have higher THC which is not legal.