What Is The Cannabis Spectrum?

What Is The Cannabis Spectrum?

Cannabis effects your body through its wide spectrum of cannabinoids, the molecules that make up the cannabis plant. The spectrum ranges from Isolates, which are THC Free, through Broad Spectrum, to Full Spectrum. Choosing different products from the spectrum can aid you on your journey to finding out which cannabis products are best for you.

Full Spectrum - These cannabis products contain a wide variety different cannabinoids and terpenes, the natural plant flavor. Not only do they contain a potent amount of CBD, they could contain amounts of CBN, which aids in sleep; CBC, which has anti-inflammatory properties; or CBG, which helps to regulate appetite. Full spectrum cannabis products contain a trace amount of Delta 9 THC, the compound in cannabis with psychoactive effects. To be federally legal, this trace amount is no more than 0.3% Delta 9 THC per gram of substrate. This amount will in no way get you high, if you just use the CBD variety. If you are looking for products that pack the biggest punch, full spectrum is the way to go!

Broad Spectrum - These cannabis products include not just CBD, but a wider variety of cannabinoids, much like full spectrum. It has the benefit of containing zero Delta 9 THC. If you are worried at all about THC showing up on a drug test, or if you just don’t want any THC in your system, then broad spectrum products are for you!

Isolate / THC Free - These products only target one specific cannabis molecule, usually CBD, and contain not even trace amounts of other cannabinoids. This makes them 99.9% pure. Some individuals might feel less effects from cannabis isolates, or feel no effects at all. Nano CBD and Delta 8 isolate molecules are so tiny that they can cross the brain/blood barrier, allowing for smaller doses with greater effects.

Take a look below to see how our products cover the entire cannabis spectrum!

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