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Hemp oil Isolate, Broad Spectrum, Full Spectrum, What’s the difference?

2021-03-24

By MD. Cinthya T.T. Negrão.

Gynecology and Obstetrics specialist

Clinical trials with hemp oil date back to the 80s and today hemp oil is marketed in different formulations for the treatment of multiple conditions already mentioned. There are three main types of hemp oil on the market, these are full spectrum hemp oil, broad spectrum hemp oil and isolated hemp oil.

Full-spectrum hemp oil contains numerous other components of the cannabis plant, in addition to low levels of THC. Usually the THC concentration is less than 0.3%. This type of hemp oil also contains terpenes, which are responsible for providing the essence to plants. Broad spectrum hemp oil also contains other plant components such as terpenes and cannabichromene, however it does not contain THC, therefore, products containing this type of cannabidiol are used in people who want to avoid the effects of THC. The hemp oil isolate contains only cannabidiol and does not contain additional components from the plant. By using isolated hemp oil products, the consumer can determine if cannabidiol alone effectively relieves their ailments as there are no other active compounds present that can interfere or act with its effect. In addition, the isolated hemp oil is refined, so it does not contain odor or taste. For this reason, our products are made with isolated hemp oil, so its effect is pure (VanDolah et al., 2019).

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