Full Spectrum CBD Products are all-natural, hemp-derived cannabinoids made popular because they include all hemp compounds. These products are available in many forms, including oils, creams, and gummies. Most people enjoy Full Spectrum CBD Products for their ability to maintain wellness and relieve your body.
Full Spectrum CBD Products – More Than CBD
Full spectrum CBD products are the best and most well-rounded way to reap the entire spectrum of benefits of associated with CBD, and a little something extra!
While full spectrum CBD is a form of CBD, it’s also a lot more than that. Offering the properties of different terpenes, flavonoids, and cannabinoids found in hemp and cannabis plants, full spectrum CBD seeks to give you, well, the full spectrum of benefits!
What is Full Spectrum CBD?
Full spectrum CBD is a type of CBD that contains all beneficial compounds naturally found in cannabis, not just pure CBD. Among the compounds present in full spectrum CBD, cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids are the most notable.
You already know the meaning of “cannabinoids,” but you may be confused by the other terms mentioned above, so let us explain a little more:
Scientifically speaking, terpenes are defined as a large group of volatile unsaturated hydrocarbons usually found in plants. Cannabis has more than 150 terpenes that affect the plant’s odor—aka, these compounds are responsible for that loud, skunky smell we all know and love.
Additionally, terpenes can also have therapeutic benefits. Lavender has calming effects; why can’t weed?
Flavonoids are a class of natural chemicals found in plants. Over 20 different flavonoids are present in cannabis, and, like terpenes, they contain therapeutic benefits. Some research studies even show that flavonoids may have anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties!
As mentioned earlier, full spectrum CBD products contain terpenes, flavonoids, and other cannabinoids. This includes THC. That’s what makes it so different from all the other types of cannabidiol products!
Full spectrum CBD products are widely popular for their wellness potential. Research has shown that full spectrum CBD could help manage issues such as:
and much more
Now, we should note that none of our products are able to cure or prevent any illnesses or diseases. But, to learn more about the differences (and individual benefits) between all our CBD products and CBD subtypes, check out this article!
CBD Isolate vs. Full Spectrum vs. Broad Spectrum: What’s the Difference?
Diamond CBD offers three subtypes of CBD, all made using different methods, and all manufactured to cater to different needs.
Full Spectrum CBD, Broad Spectrum CBD, and CBD Isolate. Full Spectrum CBD contains all the natural elements found in industrial hemp plants, including organic cannabinoids. Research suggests that full spectrum CBD products offer more benefits than CBD isolate. Although it contains trace amounts of THC, it typically does not produce psychoactive effects.
Broad Spectrum CBD also provides the benefits of natural hemp elements but excludes THC, ensuring there are no psychoactive effects. This formula is ideal for those seeking fuller benefits than CBD isolate and a worry-free solution for their wellness routine.
CBD Isolate is the purest form of CBD, containing only isolated CBD without other hemp elements. Our scientists use a meticulous extraction process to eliminate cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids from the product. CBD isolate allows individuals to experience the benefits of CBD while avoiding interactions with psychoactive cannabinoids like THC.
In short, full spectrum CBD products contain terpenes, flavonoids, and cannabinoids, including THC; broad spectrum CBD products remove THC but keep all other compounds, and CBD isolate products remove everything that isn’t CBD.
CBD Isolate and Full Spectrum CBD Products: Which One Is For Me?
The difference between CBD isolate and full spectrum CBD lies in their individual contents.
While full spectrum CBD products contain multiple plant extracts, including oils and terpenes, CBD isolate is pure CBD, meaning it has no other compounds. Additionally, full spectrum CBD may contain up to 0.3% THC. That said, such a low amount is not strong enough to have any significant psychoactive effect.
Extraction-wise, these products aren’t much different, with the exception that CBD isolate is a much more refined product and must therefore undergo extra processing.
Does Full Spectrum CBD Get You High?
While full spectrum CBD does contain trace amounts of THC, it does not cause any psychoactive effects. Instead, full spectrum CBD seeks to give you all the benefits of THC without the high.
If you’re interested in benefitting from THC and getting a buzzy kick out of it, we recommend checking some of our other products, such as delta 8, HHC, and, if you’re feeling crazy, THCO!
What Kind of Full Spectrum CBD Products Do You Have?
With over a hundred products, our full spectrum CBD catalog is more than varied! We’ve got edibles, oils, disposable vapes, carts, and even resin, but our most popular type of full spectrum CBD product is definitely gummies.
Yum Yum Gummies’ CBD Full Spectrum Gummy Bears use natural CBD hemp extract and deliver a yummy CBD gummy taste! Offering 1000mg of delicious full spectrum CBD, these gummies are the perfect addition to your daily routine.
Full Spectrum Delta 8 CBD Oil by Chill Plus combines the best of both worlds. 500mg of buzzy delta 8 complemented by 500mg of calming full spectrum CBD means getting the wellness benefits of full spectrum CBD and the fun of delta 8 at the same time!
At Diamond CBD, we are dedicated to providing you with the best possible experience. We prioritize safety, quality, and purity in all of our products, which undergo testing by third-party labs to certify they meet our strict standards. You can find our lab test results available on our website for full transparency and peace of mind.
When you choose Diamond CBD for your full-spectrum CBD needs, you can trust that we stand behind our commitment to your safety and satisfaction.
Final Thoughts On Full Spectrum CBD
CBD on its own is a fantastic compound. The benefits of CBD plus the advantages of other compounds in hemp and cannabis, however, are simply unbeatable.
With full spectrum CBD, you get a healthy dose of cannabinoids, including THC, without any psychoactive components. It’s the full perks of hemp without the buzz!
Shop our collection today and discover why full spectrum CBD is so famous amongst scientists everywhere!
Explore answers to our most commonly asked questions about CBD, our products, and more.
What is Full spectrum CBD oil?
Full-spectrum CBD oil is a CBD oil or other CBD product that contains all of the other cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids found in the hemp plant. Together they work in a synergistic way to produce the entourage effect in your body.
Is Full Spectrum CBD legal?
Yes. Thanks to the 2018 version of the US Farm Bill, all CBD is now legal.
What is Full Spectrum CBD?
Full Spectrum CBD products contain only trace amounts of THC (0.3% or less). It contains all the cannabinoids including CBD and all the other cannabinoids.
What other cannabinoids are found in full spectrum hemp?
Full-spectrum CBD includes a wide array of cannabinoids, including, but not limited to: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 potent cannabinoid with great potential.THCV: This is structurally similar to THC, though with different effects.
How does full Spectrum CBD work?
CBD and THC, the two major cannabinoids found in full-spectrum CBD, affect the brain in different ways. Cannabinoids help regulate the body's endocannabinoid system, but researchers are still studying their full effects on the body.
What are the benefits of full spectrum CBD products?
Although research suggests full-spectrum CBD might help treat more issues than just inflammation, the FDA hasn't approved it for anything. Anecdotal evidence shows that it has lots of promise however.