Broad Spectrum

Broad spectrum results from the cannabis and hemp extraction processes, particularly in the production of CBD (cannabidiol) products. Here’s what each term generally refers to:

  1. Broad Spectrum Isolate:
    • Broad spectrum isolate refers to a type of CBD extract that contains a wide range of cannabinoids and terpenes found in the cannabis or hemp plant, except for THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which is the psychoactive compound responsible for the “high” associated with marijuana.
    • The extraction process for creating broad spectrum isolate typically involves removing THC from a full spectrum extract, leaving behind a mixture of other cannabinoids (such as CBD, CBG, CBC, etc.) and terpenes. This process allows for the retention of various beneficial compounds found in the plant, while eliminating the psychoactive component.
    • Broad spectrum isolate is often preferred by individuals who want to experience the potential therapeutic benefits of multiple cannabinoids and terpenes without consuming THC.
  2. Distillate:
    • Distillate is a highly refined form of CBD extract that typically contains a high concentration of CBD and minimal amounts of other cannabinoids and plant compounds.
    • The distillation process involves heating the CBD extract to vaporize its components and then condensing the vapor back into a liquid form. This process helps to purify and concentrate the CBD, removing impurities and unwanted compounds in the process.

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