What Is Full Spectrum CBD Oil?
Full Spectrum CBD Oil is Cannabidiol Oil that has been extracted such that all of the beneficial elements of the hemp plant are preserved. This comprises a variety of terpenes, flavonoids, and cannabinoids like CBDA, CBC, and CBG. They all have shown a strong ability to improve our wellness.
Generally speaking, an oil is more effective the more beneficial chemicals it has. As a result, we make sure that every one of our products is full spectrum and stays as close as possible to the plant.
What Is The Entourage Effect?
In cannabis science, the entourage effect is a well-researched and recognized phenomenon. In essence, it is the process where a variety of components in the hemp plant interact with one another to increase the advantages of each specific compound, like CBD.
One of the main causes of Full Spectrum CBD Oils’ superior effectiveness compared to less expensive oils created with CBD Isolate is the entourage effect (pure CBD crystal). One should always choose full spectrum CBD in order to receive the maximum results because the body typically only absorbs 10-15% of the CBD that is consumed orally.
What Are The Benefits Of Full Spectrum CBD Oil?
entire spectrum Our endocannabinoid system can be supplemented by CBD Oil. This system regulates a variety of biological activities including mood, memory, pain, appetite, and sleep and is found in almost all animal organisms.
One can activate the endocannabinoid system and support the balance and ideal operation of our internal systems by supplementing with Full Spectrum CBD Oil. Homeostasis is another name for this balanced condition.
Can Full Spectrum CBD Oil Make You Fail A Drugs Test?
All of our CBD oils are broad spectrum and have legal THC concentrations (0.2%), which are typically unnoticeable. Since there is so little THC present, it is extremely unlikely that you will test positive for drugs.
However, there is still a remote possibility that consuming any full spectrum CBD products could result in a positive THC test, depending on the sensitivity of the test.