Black and white
In connection with the expansion of the premium line with three more products, we wanted to familiarize you with their properties and explain the differences between full spectrum and broad spectrum CBD oils. Currently, the premium line includes three full spectrum premium oils in black packaging and three broad spectrum premium oils in white packaging.
Other than the name and packaging, what are the differences between these products? We've outlined the three main differences in the graphic below:
In broad spectrum oils we used premium bottles made of special Miron violet glass, about whose properties you can read more here. Eventually, the same packaging will also be introduced in full spectrum premium CBD oils. So let's cut to the chase...
What is the difference between cbd full spectrum oil and cbd broadspectrum oil?
Full spectrum oils contain, as the name suggests, the full spectrum of substances found naturally in cannabis-including cannabinoids and terpenes. Full spectrum oils contain, as the name suggests, the full spectrum of substances found naturally in cannabis-including cannabinoids and terpenes. By contrast, broad spectrum cbd oils are devoid of one particular compound, which is THC. Instead, they contain the entire set of other substances found in full-spectrum oils. You may hear claims that CBD does not work without THC - in the case of CBD isolate this is true, but when CBD is accompanied by other cannabinoids and terpenes, the so-called entourage effect (effect of companionship) is maintained, the therapeutic effect of CBD and other cannabinoids remains unwavering and the oil itself is in no way inferior to full spectrum oils. It is true, however, that there are conditions for which THC works much better than other cannabinoids - in such situations, the presence of THC is essential to fully enjoy the therapeutic potential of cannabis. THC, as you probably know, is a psychoactive substance and should not be used if you have emotional problems, have a job that requires complete sobriety, are sensitive to THC, or need to undergo regular drug testing. If you belong to one of these groups, or, as a rule, you are against the use of THC, then broad spectrum oils will be an ideal choice for you. Broad spectrum products from the premium line are additionally standardized for CBG content, which also significantly increases their effect and potential.