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Knowing Your Inventory: What is CBD Isolate?

Knowing Your Inventory: What is CBD Isolate?

If you’re interested in offering your customers CBD Isolate it’s important to know how it differs from the other spectrum-types. So, what is CBD Isolate?

CBD Isolate is fairly self-explanatory. It is an extract that contains 99.9% isolated CBD compounds. But there’s more to it than that! There are a multitude of different spectrum types out there and they each have their own unique effects. 

Hemp extracts have become one of the most popular health and wellness products on the market. There are a ton of different products for customers to choose from and most of them are available in all of the spectrum-types. 

Isolate CBD is a specialized extract that appeals to everyone. Both purists and those who are subject to regular drug tests especially love these products.

It’s important to have a versatile selection for your customers to choose from. CBD isolates are a must have product for any vendor who wants to offer a complete selection of CBD. If you're interested in selling Isolates but aren’t sure what exactly they are, you’ve come to the right place!

In this article we will take an in-depth look at CBD isolates and help you become familiar with what they are, how they’re used, and why customers absolutely love these products!


Where Does CBD Come From?

To fully understand what CBD Isolate is, you first need to have a grasp on what Cannabidiol is and where it comes from. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a powerful compound that exists in cannabis plants. This compound is referred to as a “cannabinoid” and is one of 113 known cannabinoids that exists in both Hemp and Marijuana. 

Each cannabinoid has its own unique effect on the body. Tetrahydrocannabinol or “THC” is a highly psychoactive cannabinoid that’s found in high-concentration in Marijuana. CBD is also present in Marijuana, but in very low concentrations. 


Understanding Spectrum Types

Each spectrum-type is unique. They all have different combinations of compounds and these different compounds yield different results. One is not necessarily better than the other. They each work better for certain purposes and have their own set of advantages and disadvantages.

It's important that you understand each spectrum-type. This will allow you to help your customers make an informed decision. When people find the right product, they're more likely to be satisfied. When they’re satisfied, they come back for more. Educating your customers is both helpful and a good business decision.

Let's take a look at each spectrum and further understand how they differ, and what each of them excels at.

 

Full-Spectrum CBD

This is one of the most common types of CBD. It is the easiest to make and contains the full range of cannabinoids. Full-spectrum extracts contain a wealth of beneficial compounds including CBD, CBG, terpenes, amino acids, and even trace amounts of THC. 

Though it does contain THC, this spectrum is 100% non-psychoactive. Federal regulations prohibit the growth of industrial hemp that contains 0.3% THC or more. This means your customers get to enjoy all of the benefits of cannabis without any of the hazy side-effects of THC.

Broad-Spectrum CBD

Broad-spectrum CBD contains a similar set of compounds to that of full-spectrum. These products have the same CBD, CBG, terpenes and amino acids, but don't contain any THC. This is the main difference between broad and full spectrum extracts.

CBD products containing broad-spectrum extract are immensely popular with people who don't want to consume THC. Even though there is a minuscule amount of THC in broad-spectrum products, some people are still hesitant. This is due in-part to the fact that many people are still confused about the difference between CBD and Marijuana.

The difference is easily explained to customers and the decision will ultimately come down to their personal preference.

CBD Isolate

This is a specialized spectrum. It is wrong to classify it as a spectrum type because it is in fact an isolate. CBD isolate does not contain any CBG, THC, or any other cannabinoids besides CBD. 

These products are extracted from the hemp plant in the same way that full and broad spectrum, but it is subject to further distillation and to remove any additional cannabinoids.

Will CBD Isolate Make Your Customer Fail a Drug Test?

One of the many great things about CBD Isolate is that it won't make your customers fail a Marijuana drug test. Due to the fact that full spectrum extracts contain THC, it is possible for them to cause people to wrongly test positive for Marijuana. 

CBD Isolate is widely used by athletes and professionals who are subject to regular drug tests. The World Anti-Doping Association does not list CBD as a banned substance. Unfortunately, every other cannabinoid is banned. This means that CBD isolate is the perfect solution and it is embraced by Olympic athletes and hard-working professionals throughout the country.


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