Full and broad CBD blends

What really is the difference between broad and full spectrum CBD? There is only one light difference in the chemical makeup.

Full spectrum CBD has .3% THC content in it and broad spectrum is completely pure CBD.

Do the small traces of THC make or break the cannabis product? To some people it really does. I have heard of extremely rare cases of those on full spectrum CBD failing drug tests due to the small amount of THC. I also have heard that a little bit of THC makes a world of difference. Apparently the CBD product is more powerful and longer lasting when you introduce a hint of THC in the system. For those suffering with sleep issues, a full spectrum CBD oil might be a better option. That small amount of THC really does relax both the widow and the body. THC is also helpful for anxiety and depression assistance too. If your goal is to reduce inflammation and chronic pain, no need to worry about the THC though. A lot of people choose a broad spectrum to not worry about any potential high feelings. Odds are you won’t even notice it with full spectrum CBD though. My thoughts are if you can get away with a little THC, do it, it works much better. I work a totally online based job so it isn’t a problem at all. For those operating vehicles and regular drug tests, perhaps doing a broad spectrum CBD blend might be a safer option. A medical marijuana card can also be obtained to stop any funny business.



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