You may have seen two specific terms being used to describe CBD online: broad spectrum and full spectrum. In this article, we outline what those terms mean and how you can apply them to your CBD purchase decision.
Broad spectrum and full spectrum CBD are two of the more common types of CBD extracts. Let’s start at the beginning: one of the first things we do as a CBD producer is extract cannabidiol, or CBD, from a plant. There are different extraction methods we can use to do that. The one that we use at RYTE produces Full Spectrum CBD. An alternate method that some other brands use, produces Broad Spectrum CBD.
Full Spectrum CBD: what is it, and why should I buy it?
Full spectrum CBD provides RYTE customers with the most pure, unprocessed, and unfiltered hemp extract available on the market. This holistic approach enables us to keep all of the hemp plant’s most beneficial nutrients in our products: cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils.
Many users find that Full spectrum CBD’s pure, naturally-occurring cannabinoids and terpenes produces a sort of entourage effect; meaning that each element in the plant works together to provide maximum effect.
As an alternative to Full Spectrum CBD, other CBD companies produce Broad Spectrum CBD. Broad spectrum CBD oil goes through an additional filtering process. This filtering process removes most of the trace 0.3% THC amount, but also can strip the oil of some of its terpenes and nutrients.
At RYTE CBD, we believe that our Full Spectrum CBD tinctures provide our customers with the maximum possible benefits. Check out our customer reviews to read more about how much our RYTE family enjoys the taste, purity and clarity of our tinctures.
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