Full-spectrum CBD

Full-spectrum CBD, or cannabidiol, refers to a product that contains not only CBD but also all the other cannabinoids, terpenes, and phytochemicals naturally present in the cannabis plant. Unlike CBD isolates, which contain purely cannabidiol, full-spectrum CBD products are believed to provide what is known as the “entourage effect,” a theory suggesting that CBD works better when accompanied by the full array of cannabis compounds. This is because these compounds are thought to interact synergistically to enhance their therapeutic effects. Full-spectrum CBD typically includes trace amounts of THC, the psychoactive compound in cannabis, but usually not enough to produce a high. The presence of these diverse compounds is thought to contribute to the efficacy of CBD in treating a variety of conditions, as it may offer a broader range of biological activity. The legal status of full-spectrum CBD varies by jurisdiction, depending on the allowed levels of THC and the source of the CBD, whether it’s derived from hemp or marijuana. Research into full-spectrum CBD is ongoing, with studies aiming to understand its potential benefits, side effects, and optimal dosages for various conditions.

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