Posted on February 14, 2023 by Allen Brown
Introduction to research
Full-spectrum and broad-spectrum CBD products are becoming more popular as more people learn about the benefits of cannabinoids. While there are many different ways to consume CBD, full-spectrum and broad-spectrum products provide a superior experience, with a level of potency that’s often unmatched by other forms of CBD.
The term “full spectrum” refers to the presence of most cannabinoids in a product, including some traces of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). In contrast to full spectrum products, broad spectrum CBD products contain most cannabinoids but not THC.
CBD’s potential as an effective treatment for various conditions has been studied extensively over the past few years. (1). Researchers have conducted hundreds of studies on CBD, including case studies and clinical trials, which have shown promising results (2). There is evidence suggesting that CBD may also help treat other medical conditions such as chronic pain (3), anxiety (4), depression (5), sleep disorders (6), epilepsy (7), and autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis (8).
The CBD Extraction process
The extraction process involves chemical means of extracting the oil from the plant. It involves using solvents such as butane, hexane, and ethanol to extract the CBD. When using ethanol, there are chances of having acetone left behind in the end product, which can be toxic if ingested.
The most common extraction method for CBD…
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