Full-Spectrum CBD Oil
Full-Spectrum CBD Oil
Why is the term “Full-Spectrum” so important in choosing your CBD oil?
With all the current reports and hype regarding CBD (cannabidiol) oils and their impact on numerous everyday ailments, it may leave you wanting to try CBD oil for yourself. But, if you’re like many, where do you start in regards to choosing an oil that is not only effective, but also safe for use?
Don’t worry, we’re here to help you learn some things we believe to be imperative when looking for a CBD oil. There is a lot if misinformation out there on the internet and our aim is to help educate and help you find an oil to suit your needs. Our ultimate goal would be for you to give Feel Brands a try, as we emphatically believe that our research, partnerships, and dedication have delivered the best full-spectrum CBD oil on the market.
With that in mind, let’s dig a little deeper into the world of full-spectrum CBD oil. For additional information, or to learn more, contact us any time!
Full-Spectrum CBD Oil Background
Most of the CBD oils you’re likely to encounter on the market today can be boiled down into two main categories; full-spectrum CBD, and CBD isolate. CBD isolates are composed almost entirely of CBD oil, and devoid of any other cannadinoids. Full-Spectrum CBD oils, on the other hand, are oils that extract additional, beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes from the hemp plant. One full-spectrum compound, for example, is CBG (cannabigerol). CBG is known for it’s anti-bacterial effects as well as its ability to reduce inflammation.
When choosing the best CBD oils on the market you’re going to want to find a Full-Spectrum CBD oil. When measuring the health benefits of the CBD oils, those that contain more of the roughly 113 known cannabinoids seem to have the best results for users. This is due to the way the cannabinoids in the oil interacts with each other creating what the industry has dubbed “The Entourage Effect“.
Through our own personal testing when developing our products our team unequivocally agrees that full-spectrum CBD oils perform better than any of the CBD isolates that we’ve encountered. While more a more in-depth and exacting process is required for extraction of full-spectrum oils, the benefits are far worth the effort.
The Entourage Effect?
This increasingly well known term is as fitting as it is accurate. The term “entourage” as it pertains to the compounds found in full-spectrum CBD oil relates to how all of the cannabinoids contained in your CBD oil work in harmony with each other. While not fully understood as to “how” these cannabinoids are interacting, it’s widely accepted that providing additional cannabinoids to CBD oil drastically increases the oils effectiveness.
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