Those who are solely interested in the medicinal value of cannabis, may find CBD isolate to be an extremely appealing form of the product. It’s not necessary to use THC with CBD for it’s effectiveness, which is why pharmaceuticals are isolating it. If you’re looking for a CBD rich product, with no THC, choose a CBD Isolate or broad spectrum with no THC.
Whether you are already a CBD enthusiast, or are simply curious about the potential benefits, you have undoubtedly noticed a diverse selection of CBD products available. CBD can be taken orally as a tincture, in a capsule, applied topically, vaped, and enjoyed in a variety of sweet treats.
CBD products are fairly new and quite exciting. That’s because cannabidiol (CBD) works directly with the messengers and receptors in your brain that keep your system in balance. CBD is not a medical treatment but is quickly growing in popularity as a beneficial dietary supplement.
You may have noticed that some products specify the inclusion of full-spectrum CBD extracts, while other products contain CBD isolate. You don’t need to worry. Both full-spectrum and CBD isolates are beneficial.
RESTART CBD uses only CBD isolate in our Signature Products (Replenish, Recover and Relax) assuring that the products are THC Free.
In it’s isolate form, CBD is separated from all other cannabis compounds found in the original hemp plant. You could say that CBD isolate is purified CBD, everything else has been removed, leaving only the positive effects of the cannabidiol. While CBD isolate does not provide the full complexity of the hemp plant, there are several advantages to choosing a product made with CBD isolate. Some of those advantages include:
While some prefer knowing that they are getting the full-spectrum value of their CBD oil, there are many situations where a CBD isolate would be preferred over a full-spectrum product. Whether you choose a full-spectrum product, or an isolate is up to you and should be based on your specific reasons for pursuing the benefits of CBD.
After making your selection, you should know that it may take a bit of time before you find your best CBD serving. Everyone responds to CBD differently, and serving is based upon your desired effect rather than your weight. The suggested serving range of CBD for dietary supplementation is as broad as 5 – 100 mg of CBD per day. It is best to start with a lower daily dose and add more CBD each week until you achieve the effect you are looking for.
Note that CBD products can interact with some medications. Consult with your doctor before taking CBD with other medications.
CBD is not a drug or a medical treatment, it is a dietary supplement, however FDA has approved a new prescription drug, EPIDIOLEX, the first cannabis-derived pharmaceutical to gain federal APPROVAL IN THE U.S.
EPIDIOLEX contains CBD isolate which is also found in a number of nutraceutical hemp products. Up until now, all forms of CBD (with exception to Farm Bill Compliant hemp derived CBD) have been classified as a Schedule I drug. Although we can’t be certain how the FDA’s approval will affect the cannabis industry, we can offer our thoughts. So, let’s look at the facts.
CBD isolate (the active ingredient in EPIDIOLEX) is a refined version of full spectrum hemp oil containing only pure CBD.
No prescription is necessary to purchase of CBD derived from industrial hemp. At least not at this time. CBD is an incredible compound worthy of the medical field’s and government’s respect. While it may be beneficially isolated from the rest of the cannabis compounds, you may also find it beneficial to work in tandem with THC and other cannabinoids.