Types of CBD

Types of CBD

By Get Supr

Types of CBD
CBD oil comes in many forms. Discovering which one is right for you can be a tricky task. Let's talk about the differences between CBD isolate, full spectrum and broad spectrum. By knowing the differences between the three you can discover which one is appropriate for you.

To begin with there are three types of CBD extracts: Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum and Isolate. One is going to be just right for you. Or, you can use all of them—for different reasons.


Full Spectrum

CBD products labeled “Full Spectrum” contain all the compounds of the cannabis plant: CBD, other cannabinoids, fatty acids, flavonoids, terpenes and, yes, THC—albeit trace amounts of that (like, less than 0.3%).

Benefits: Full Spectrum products boast an “entourage effect,” meaning the compounds are more effective together than apart, ultimately giving you the maximum benefit.

Best for: Those who want the least processed and most holistic relief.


Broad Spectrum

CBD products labeled “Broad Spectrum” contain all of the above (CBD, cannabinoids, etc.)—but without the THC. To remove it, products are put through additional processing that still keeps the plant’s other natural compounds intact.

One guarantee with broad-spectrum is that it will always have zero THC making is drug test safe CBD. If you would still like to encounter the many diverse effects that hemp CBD has to offer, without THC, then Broad Spectrum CBD Oil is for you!

Benefits: Broad Spectrum products also offer the "entourage effect," retaining the maximum amount of therapeutic potential, but are free of THC.

Best for: Those who can't (or don't want to) consume any THC for personal or professional reasons.




CBD products labeled “Isolate” are comprised of 99% (or more) CBD only. Because there’s no THC, they’re the purest and most potent form of CBD, as well as the most consistent dose every time.

Benefits: Isolate products are a pure, concentrated form of CBD, with no residual contaminants.

Best for: Those who are sensitive to taste and smell or are concerned about how they’ll react to other cannabinoids