Cannabis Extracts Demystified: Isolate vs. Broad-spectrum vs. Full-spectrum

Choosing which CBD product to buy shouldn't be a brain buster. Here's what you need to know to solve the mystery.

The CBD business is flourishing. Now a billion-dollar a year industry in the United States, every day, more and more people opt to try CBD as a holistic approach to their health and wellness over prescription medications.

While there are hundreds of products you can buy from your local CBD store, not all are created equal. This difference boils down to what type of CBD extract is infused into the product. Some products are combined with extracts that contain only a single cannabinoid, while others may have more than 100 kinds of cannabinoids—or compounds produced by the cannabis plant.

There are three general classifications of CBD extracted products you can purchase: isolate, broad-spectrum, and full-spectrum. How each category is classified directly relates to the individual cannabinoids that make up the extract.

In this blog, we demystify the different CBD products out there and breakdown what chemical differences you should know about the various extracts.