Many CBD consumers prefer to use full-spectrum CBD products because they desire the “entourage effect.” This is believed to be the result of the “full-spectrum” of the cannabis plant, such as terpenes and cannabinoids, working with each other and the consumer’s own ECS (endocannabinoid system). Of course, the inclusion of all major cannabinoids means that full-spectrum products contain delta-9 THC.
Although CBD products can legally only contain up to 0.3% delta-9 THC, some consumers want to skip this psychoactive cannabinoid altogether. That’s where broad-spectrum CBD products, which contain CBD and other major cannabinoids, but no THC, and CBD isolate products, which solely contain cannabidiol, come into play. Whether you want to avoid testing positive for delta-9 THC on a drug screening or you simply don’t want to consume delta-9 THC, broad-spectrum and CBD isolate products can be good options for you. So check out these top three THC-free CBD oils of the year so far!
This tincture tests extremely accurately to the label claim of 400 mg of CBD. It doesn’t contain any detectable amounts of THC, but it does contain some CBDV and CBG, meaning it is a broad-spectrum CBD product. This CBD oil also passed all residual and solvent testing, and it’s reasonably priced at $0.09 per mg of CBD.
This CBD oil from Butler Hemp Co. also tests very accurately to…