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What is Full Spectrum CBD? That’s a frequently asked question in the world of CBD oil, so let’s discuss what full spectrum means.
They wouldn’t call it FULL spectrum if it didn’t mean the whole kit and caboodle of the hemp plant, right? So if full spectrum CBD contains every active part of the hemp plant, THC included, does that mean it will get me high? Short answer: not exactly.
Full spectrum products allow for the various ingredients within the hemp plant to work together and give you its maximum benefits in both body and mind. For most products, the amount of THC will vary but is usually somewhere between 1 and 4 mg per serving. That’s not enough to get most people high, but it will likely make you feel more relaxed and possibly sleep better.
Granted, when choosing which CBD product is right for you, full spectrum might not be the best choice. Why is that? Well, because even though CBD acts as the primary ingredient, full spectrum CBD does contain small amounts of THC which can be detectable on drug tests.
But if that’s not an issue, you might be thinking, “Hey, this might be just what I’m looking for!” Let’s dive in a little deeper into what some of these products might look like and how to choose between them.
How Do I Know What to Look for in Full Spectrum CBD?
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