When To Use Full, Broad Spectrum, Isolate Or Just Hemp Seed Oil?
With full spectrum hemp extract oil, you are getting the benefits of all the cannabinoids intact, with the main benefit of having the full entourage effect. This means that your oil will have greater interaction between all the cannabinoids to work in synergy for an even more powerful effect.
There will be times when you will not be able to use full spectrum cbd oil and one such occasions is if you are a tested athlete. Governing bodies test for drug use amongst athletes and one such marker is THC. To avoid testing positive for THC athletes may use a broad spectrum cbd hemp oil instead and still get most of the benefits as a full spectrum hemp extract.
An isolate form may be desirable when just one of the cannabinoids such as CBD is sought after, the benefits are that you can better control the interactions with other substances. For example you can add isolate to cosmetics, or use as an additive in other products with better understanding of any interactions.
Finally, when using pure hemp seed oil you are not getting the benefits of any cannabinoids but the main components of Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids. These fatty acids themselves have great nutritional and health benefits ranging from: nourishing to skin and hair, healthy heart, bones and good cholesterol management.
Please note that this article was written by a 3rd-party author who is a specialist on the topic of CBD, hemp and cannabis. Any information or recommendations contained within this article, are independent to the opinion of RUDERALEX CBD and our employees. We make no claims for any of our products, please read our disclaimer for additional information.