Full Spectrum and Broad Spectrum: What´s the difference?
Full spectrum means it includes all the phytochemicals found in the plant: Cbd, terpenes, essential oils and other cannabinoids, including Thc.
On the other hand, Broad Spectrum means that Thc is removed from the final extraction, but yet, every other compound is present.
That said, be careful when choosing the Cbd product that better suits you and be aware of labeled products as Full Spectrum, when in fact, are Broad spectrum. If you’re looking for the “entourage effect”, Full Spectrum is the way to go. But if for any reason you can’t take any thc (that will show up on a drug test), you can either opt for Broad Spectrum or Cbd Isolate, meaning pure Cbd content and nothing else.
Loads of mislabeled products out there, misinforming the public, can be dangerous.
So, before you buy, education comes first and that’s what we’re here for!
Let us help you understand.