Full Spectrum CBD Oils

Buy high-quality, hemp-derived full spectrum CBD Oils from Diamond. Take two drops in the morning for a boost that lasts all day. On sale now!

Customer Reviews

November 27, 2022
Stephen J.
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So far everything is great. Keep my orders coming and on time. Customer service has been great.
November 20, 2022
Sharon B.
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8 drops at bedtime improves my sleep. I sleep longer and deeper. I appreciate being able to use a natural product as opposed to drugs.
November 14, 2022
Karen G.
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This is a great product that i have used for years. It greatly reduces the head pain i get during a sinus infection. Since i cannot take ibuprofen due to stomach problems, this is wonderful to use a few times a day. It also helped a painful bee sting.
I have also used it on my dogs. From dementia and relaxing my 16 year old dog at night to sleep without harsh tranquilizers before she died. To now, my new dog had dental problems, rubbing it on her gums helped her pain until i could get her to the vet to have her teeth pulled. I also give her some to calm her before a storm.
It is safe and you can decide on the dosage.
I try to buy a few botles when it is on sale to always have it in the house.
November 10, 2022
Laurie V.
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Love all of the products I’ve ordered. This one is quicker to act. Will definitely continue to order
November 7, 2022
Annette F.
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Excellent product! Excellent customer service Fast service and everything you need.

Common Questions

Full Spectrum CBD Oil: Enjoying the Entourage Effect

For a while, debates raged about which was more effective, CBD oil, full spectrum oil or CBD isolate oil. Many believed that pure CBD in isolate form was the more effective of the two solely because it was more refined. However, a few years ago, the Lautenberg Center in Jerusalem performed a study that many argue put the debate to rest. According to researchers, it just may be that full spectrum CBD oil comes out on top. How is that?

The study found that mice who used full spectrum CBD oil found more significant relief than those using CBD isolate oil. And researchers gave all groups an equal amount of CBD. Of course, the real question is how did they come up with the results? Were scientists tasked with asking the mice how they felt on any given day?

Still, just because studies show that full spectrum CBD oil is more effective on mice doesn't mean it’s more effective overall — or more effective for you. Always test out various CBD products to see how they affect you and your body to determine which is best for your needs. In the meantime, let’s learn more about full spectrum CBD oil.

What Is Full Spectrum CBD Oil?

There are many types of CBD-infused products. Consumers will usually find that CBD oil falls under one of three categories: full spectrum CBD oil, CBD isolate oil or broad spectrum CBD oil. Each of these types has its own unique place in the world of cannabis, and all can provide users with their own wellness effects. So what is full spectrum CBD oil?

Since the advent of the CBD age, millions of people have learned about and embraced the benefits of cannabinoids, specifically cannabidiol. As many users know, CBD is a hemp-derived compound lauded for its wellness effects and lack of psychoactivity. But there is so much more to cannabidiol than just CBD oil. As a wellness product, CBD oil can help users with inflammation, sleep, anxiety, and so much more.

Understanding Full Spectrum CBD Oil

Full spectrum CBD oil is a type of CBD product that includes a broader range of cannabinoids typically found in the hemp plant. Each of these cannabinoids offers a unique wellness benefit that can be applied in numerous ways. While CBD is beneficial, adding other cannabinoids produces an “entourage effect” that adds to its overall value.

Full spectrum CBD oil is a rich mixture of cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and everything else the hemp plant offers. Not only does full spectrum CBD offer users the added benefit of dozens of other cannabinoids, but those cannabinoids work synergistically to produce the aforementioned entourage effect. But how many other cannabinoids could be in full spectrum CBD oil? The answer might surprise you because the hemp plant is one of the most unique and diverse plants known to humankind. For example, full spectrum CBD oil may include:

  • THCA: A form of tetrahydrocannabinol when heated up or burned. 
  • CBDA: A form of CBD that is abundant in hemp plants. It converts into CBD when heated.
  • CBN: When tetrahydrocannabinol degrades, it produces CBN. CBN works well in combination with CBD.
  • CBG: Another effective cannabinoid with great potential.
  • THCV
  •  is structurally similar to THC, known for its weight loss effects.

How Does Diamond Manufacture Full Spectrum CBD Oil? 

Diamond CBD is a quality manufacturer of hemp-based cannabinoids. Like all their CBD products, including CBD edibles, CBD creams, CBD concentrates, and others, their full spectrum CBD oil starts with premium industrial hemp. The company cultivates its hemp plants on organic farms across the globe, with its hub right here in the USA. All of their hemp comes from soil-rich, nutrient-rich, non-GMO farms.

After examining each harvest, Diamond employs scientists and engineers to ensure pure CBD. Under strict control settings, our team provides the purity of the almost 100 cannabinoids found in the hemp plant, along with other natural compounds such as flavonoids and terpenes. We use a supercritical CO2 extraction process, as it is a superior method of cannabidiol extraction. 

The Best Full Spectrum CBD Oil You Can Buy

Diamond CBD understands that today’s cannabis market is rife with pretenders. Consumers are constantly bombarded with opportunities to purchase full spectrum oil from many different places — many options are less than ethical. That’s why Diamond goes above and beyond to provide consumers with a transparent process, ensuring our full spectrum CBD products contain no more than 0.3% THC (as required by federal law). Your wellness routine is not a game you can cheat to win; we take great care to ensure our products give you everything you need.

Full Spectrum CBD Oil vs. Other Types of CBD Oil

While psychotropic cannabinoids like delta 8, delta 9, THC, delta 10, HHC, THCO, and THCP are quickly becoming some of the most prevalent compounds on the cannabis market today, CBD still holds an essential place among consumers. It is one of the primary cannabinoids naturally produced by the hemp plant. Sure, products like full spectrum CBD oil won't make a euphoric high, but they offer something much more beneficial. 

There are a few different types of CBD oil from which consumers can choose. But which is the best for you, between full spectrum CBD oil, CBD isolate products, and broad spectrum? How does full spectrum CBD oil compare vs. others? Take a look below to see for yourself.

All About Full Spectrum CBD Oil

Full-spectrum CBD oil is a hemp-derived product grown in nutrient-rich soil that includes all of the plant’s cannabinoids and other beneficial compounds. Legally, it can have up to 0.3% THC (a non-intoxicating amount). Full Spectrum CBD oil includes additional cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and more. Here’s what you need to know about full spectrum CBD oil:

  • Full-spectrum CBD is an all-natural hemp product that includes all cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids.
  • It is not a processed product.
  • It offers users the "entourage effect" (the synergy of all cannabinoids). 
  • It has less than 0.3% THC.

All About CBD Isolate Oil

CBD Isolate oil contains only CBD and nothing else. These products have no other cannabinoids whatsoever. Isolate products contain absolutely no THC. There are some downsides with CBD Isolate, including a lack of the entourage effect (the synergy between various cannabinoids). However, for CBD users, isolate might be a better option for a variety of reasons, including the following:

  • CBD Isolate is pure, unadulterated CBD.
  • It contains no other cannabinoids.
  • It has no THC.
  • There is no chance of it being psychotropic.

All About Broad Spectrum CBD

Broad Spectrum CBD oil sits at the crossroads of full spectrum and CBD isolate. Somewhere in the middle, it offers consumers the best of both worlds — in a way — and is quite helpful depending on your personal needs. It’s much like full spectrum CBD oil because it contains many naturally occurring plant extracts, including other cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids. However, where Broad Spectrum CBD oil differs is in its THC content. Broad Spectrum CBD has none. You may wish to choose broad spectrum CBD oil for the following reasons:

  • Like full spectrum products, broad spectrum includes other naturally occurring plant extracts.
  • It is not processed.
  • It supports the entourage effect.
  • It has no THC (though trace amounts may be present). 

Full Spectrum CBD Oil vs. CBD Isolate Oil vs. Broad Spectrum CBD Oil

Are you looking for a quick reference guide to help you compare full spectrum CBD oil to other types? Do you have trouble remembering which one is which? Stop worrying and start reading our quick and handy reference table below!

CBD Oil Properties

Full Spectrum CBD Oil

CBD Isolate Oil

Broad Spectrum CBD Oil

Extracted from hemp?

Contains pure CBD?

Includes other cannabinoids?

Includes other plant extracts (terpenes, flavonoids)?

Contains THC?

Naturally supports the entourage effect?

Naturally supports wellness?

How To Take Full Spectrum CBD Oil

Full Spectrum CBD oil is created by first extracting the cannabidiol from the cannabis (or hemp) plant and then diluting it with a carrier oil such as coconut or (more commonly) hemp seed oil. CBD-infused oils have gained momentum in the wellness community, prompting some pretty exciting scientific studies. You can take full spectrum CBD oil to experience its benefits in a few different ways. They include the following:

  • Orally
  • Mix it in with food or drinks
  • Sublingually (leave a few drops under the tongue)

There is no right or wrong way to take CBD oil, only the right way for you. 

Taking Full Spectrum CBD Oil to Enhance the Entourage Effect

With Full Spectrum CBD Oil, we combine all of the cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and more in one symbiotic relationship so you can experience what scientists call the entourage effect. It’s the combined effect of numerous cannabinoids and other plant extracts working together in your body to create a unique feeling of well-being — and it can feel different every time you take CBD oil. For example, every compound offers you a different effect, whether CBD, CBN, CBG, THCV or something else. 

When you combine them, it creates something new, not unlike combining new foods to create unique flavors. Full Spectrum CBD oil is one of the best ways to enjoy the entourage effect safely. 

Full Spectrum CBD Oil Dosage

How do you dose full spectrum CBD oil? It’s an important question. Generally, people take around 20-40 mg per dose, but general guidelines can often fail us. That’s because when it comes to dosing CBD products, or cannabinoids in general, it’s much more of an art than a science. 

A lot of dosing depends on the individual. How tall are you? How much do you weigh? What did you eat for dinner tonight? What’s your tolerance to CBD and cannabis? What’s your metabolism like? Not to mention that dosing full spectrum CBD oil depends on the product itself. What's the strength of the product? How well made is it?

Do you want to know how to dose full spectrum CBD oil? Check out our dosing chart below:

For persons who weigh between

Low Dose

Casual Dose

High Dose

100-130 lbs.

10-17mg

21-25mg

30-37mg

130-160 lbs.

20-27mg

27-33mg

35-43mg

160-190 lbs.

29-34mg

34-40mg

44-50mg

190-220 lbs.

35-39mg

42-50mg

52-58mg

220-250 lbs.

40-44mg

51-59mg

60-72mg

250-280 lbs.

45-50mg

60-69mg

70-85mg

280+ lbs.

52mg+

75mg+

90mg+

The Benefits of Full Spectrum CBD Oil

Like all CBD products, full spectrum CBD oil is best used for wellness. It’s excellent for pain relief and helps with sleep, anxiety, stress, and much more. But full spectrum products have some extra kick that isolates don’t. For starters, you’ve got terpenes, the oily molecules which give various strains of cannabis their distinct aromas. Some terpenes found in cannabis include limonene (which smells like citrus), pinene (which smells like pine), Eucalyptol (eucalyptus scent), and many others. These are believed to have effects such as mood enhancement, stress relief, and improved breathing and circulation.

There are also other beneficial ingredients in full-spectrum CBD oil, such as flavonoids. Flavonoids are known for their antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and other health-balancing properties. Some of the most common flavonoids include quercetin, kaempferol, catechins, and anthocyanidins.

Full Spectrum CBD Oil and the Endocannabinoid System

Full spectrum CBD oil has all these cannabinoids, and they mimic the human body’s natural cannabinoids, which, in turn, activate the endocannabinoid system. Add to that a host of terpenes, each with its own effects, plus the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits of flavonoids. Altogether these active ingredients create something pretty impressive with many benefits for the ECS.

The Latest Scientific Research About Full Spectrum CBD Oil

Full spectrum CBD oil has been proven to help us in many ways. Researchers continue to study CBD to learn about and understand the benefits of this cannabinoid. And the research continues to pay off too. 

For example, recently, researchers learned that full spectrum CBD oil might be beneficial in the treatment of diabetes. Patients with type 2 diabetes were given CBD, and researchers found it decreased levels of a particular chemical that resisted insulin. Another study from only a couple of years back found full spectrum CBD oil beneficial in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. It turns out that scientists continue to see cannabidiol as a positive step forward in the medical community.

Full Spectrum CBD Oil: Final Thoughts

Why choose full spectrum CBD oil? Full-spectrum CBD products ensure that you never have too much of a single cannabinoid, as everything works in tandem and works together to remain in balance. Think of it as each cannabinoid policing the other to make sure that no one cannabinoid goes too far out of control.

Finally, full-spectrum CBD oil gives you an all-over effect that lasts longer than CBD isolate. Because you have several cannabinoids working together, it gives you a more extended overall benefit than you would generally find with CBD isolate. So give it a try today!