You’ve probably heard by now that we carry CBD-based products to help you relieve your foot and ankle pain without any side-effects.
And you probably know that CBD oils contain less than 0.3% THC, which means they’re fully legal in Texas.
But you may not know about the two main forms of CBD available. And those are:
What are the differences between the two? And why should you even care?
Well, here’s a quick overview:
1. Full Spectrum
Full Spectrum is comprised of the whole plant, including several different phytocannabinoids (CBG, CBC, CBN etc) as well as omega-3 fatty acids, terpenes, vitamins, and amino acids. They also include the trace amounts of THC.
When CBD, other cannabinoids, and terpenes are present together, they produce what is known as an “entourage effect.”
2. Broad Spectrum
Broad Spectrum or CBD isolate is almost purely CBD with trace amount of phytocannabinoids and zero THC.
The main difference between full and Broad Spectrum CBD is zero THC, which means you have absolutely no risk whatsoever of testing positive on a drug test.
To make Broad Spectrum CBD products, manufacturers run their products through additional processing.
The goal is to preserve as much of the cannabinoids, CBD and eliminate all other phytocannabinoids and THC.
Here’s a few scenarios, and when it makes sense to choose either Full or Broad Spectrum product:
So, now you understand the difference between the two and why you’d choose one over the other.
And we’ll happily help you make the best decision for your own needs if you choose to use CBD based products in your arsenal against ankle and foot pain.