Everything you should know about Whole Spectrum CBD Hemp Extract
What does Whole Spectrum CBD Hemp Extract really mean?
November 20, 2020
Understanding the basics
Full Spectrum, Isolate, Whole Spectrum, Hemp Seed Oil, CBD oil—what do they actually mean? In the CBD and Hemp world, there is a virtual marketing maze afoot with each company claiming that their hemp oil is the best. Words mean a great deal in this new industry and they are often used as if the reader actually knows what they mean. This article is designed to walk you through the language and give you a base of understanding as to why Whole Spectrum hemp extract is the best extracted CBD oil in this vast market.
Since 2014 the hemp industry has been on fire. Companies have scrambled to put products into the market place and CBD signs are everywhere. There seems to be no dispute that CBD has benefits. But are you actually getting all of the benefits the hemp plant has to offer?
Hemp has been around for centuries and has been used for anything from rope to tea to tinctures (oil)… but what is hemp? Too often it’s confused with marijuana and the reason is simple. Both plants come from the same plant family— cannabis. The hemp plant contains a greater CBD concentrate (cannabidiol) while its cousin, marijuana, contains a higher concentration of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the component that makes you high. In 2014 the Farm Bill paved the way for the legalization of both the growth and processing of hemp.
Extraction Methods and CBD Options