What Is Full Spectrum Oil

Cannabis has long been used in certain parts of the world to help with a number of ailments. It has also been used for recreational purposes. In the recent years many states across the United States have decriminalized and even legalized marijuana use and sale. Along with that has come more research into cannabis and its offshoots.

Cannabidiol is one of those. More commonly referred to as CBD oil, the extract is one of the most active ingredients of cannabis. CBD oil is extracted directly from the hemp plant, not the marijuana plant. The two plants are close cousins but are not the same.

Unlike marijuana it is important to note that CBD oil is not a psychoactive and does not get you high. Because of the non-psychoactive nature of the CBD oil, it it can provide a wide variety of possible benefits to the user. There are several different types of CBD oil out there. One of them is known as full spectrum CBD oil. While people are becoming more familiar with cannabidiol, there is still a lot of questions about it. Today we are going to examine what full spectrum CBD oil is.

Companies can extract oils from plants in a number of ways. They can also filter out chemicals and oils from one another. But when full spectrum CBD oil is harvested from a plant, all of the ingredients are taken with it. That includes all of the other cannabinoids including: cannabinol, cannabigerol, and tetrahydrocannabivarin.

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is also present in full spectrum CBD oil. As you might be familiar with, THC is the chemical in marijuana that causes a high. In full spectrum CBD oil though, tetrahydrocannabinol is only present at or below .3% levels. At these levels the THC levels are barely noticeable or detectable in tests. 

After a 2015 study, it was concluded that full spectrum CBD oil is more effective when it comes to the benefits than  CBD isolate which is the CBD oil by itself. Furthermore, CBD isolate does not increase in effectiveness as the dosage increases. Full spectrum CBD oil does.

In essence, full spectrum CBD oil takes all of the beneficial parts of a hemp plant and combines it into one. Because of its greater benefits we utilize Full Spectrum pre-infusion oil in our Nano 101 cbd patch. We are also happy to share the results of our pre-infusion testing at any time. Please email us at info@nanocbdplus.com

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