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With so many different CBD oils on the market, there is often confusion about the components and names of CBD oils. Whether full-spectrum, broad-spectrum or monospectrum CBD oils - the names often cause confusion. Besides these names, many CBD oils also contain flavour enhancers in the form of artificial flavours. CBDSÍ CBD oils are made from 100% hemp and contain no artificial colourings or flavour enhancers. Besides CBD and other natural cannabinoids, the CBD oils contain exclusively hemp seed oil. CBD oils should be a pure natural product without artificial additives - and with the full spectrum of the hemp plant. The CBDSÍ full spectrum CBD oils all contain a THC content of less than 0.2% THC and are therefore legal throughout Europe. This minimal content of less than 0.2% THC cannot have a psychoactive effect and also does not cause a drug test to come up positive. Even if the full-spectrum CBD oils only have such a low THC content, this is elementary for the effect of the oils. If the CBD oils did not contain THC, they would be almost ineffective for many and would be called broad-spectrum CBD oil.
We give you a little insight into the world of full-spectrum CBD oils compared to broad-spectrum CBD oils and explain why our range only includes full-spectrum CBD oils.
Basically, full-spectrum CBD oils are said to have anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-anxiety, sedative and regulatory effects. Cannabidiol is often recommended for pain, stress, sleep problems, skin conditions and nervous conditions.
Full spectrum CBD oils contain a small amount of THC. The exact amount can vary depending on the manufacturer and product, but full-spectrum CBD oils must contain less than 0.2% THC according to legislation in most countries. If full-spectrum CBD oils did not contain THC, they would qualify as broad-spectrum CBD oils, as they do not contain the full spectrum of the hemp plant.
The entourage effect refers to the synergistic effects of various cannabinoids, terpenes and other plant compounds found in cannabis and hemp plants. Together, they have a stronger effect than each substance on its own. This interplay of several cannabinoids is also called interaction.
The idea behind the entourage effect is that the different components of the cannabis plant work together to produce an optimal effect. For example, the terpene limonene in combination with CBD and THC can help reduce inflammation and improve pain relief. Another combination of terpenes and cannabinoids may prove particularly effective in treating anxiety or depression.
This effect is an important reason why many people choose full-spectrum CBD products that contain other cannabinoids and terpenes in addition to CBD, rather than just isolated CBD or THC. Although the entourage effect has not been fully researched, there is evidence that it plays an important role in the effectiveness of cannabis products. With the THC legalisation in Germany, the allowed THC content in CBD oils will most likely be increased, which will also positively influence the entourage effect.
Full spectrum CBD oils are becoming increasingly popular as they can provide a wide range of health benefits. Many people report experiencing a reduction in pain, inflammation and stress from full spectrum CBD oils. Others report noticing an improvement in their overall well-being, an increase in their ability to concentrate and a reduction in anxiety and depression. An increase in appetite and a reduction in sleep problems are also often observed.
There are different criteria for evaluating full-spectrum CBD oils. We have tested several full spectrum CBD oils and it took us a long time to produce the optimal recipe for our CBDSÍ full spectrum CBD oils - but the intensive work has paid off.
The most important criteria for evaluating full spectrum CBD oils are:
Our CBDSÍ full spectrum CBD oils have all these characteristics, lab reports are available here.
Our CBDSÍ full spectrum CBD oils are available in three dosages between 5-20%, of course legal with under 0.2% THC.
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Full-spectrum CBD oils go through a long process before they arrive in the vial at home. After the cultivation of the hemp plants, which is very complicated, the cannabinoids have to be extracted, only then can the sale of full-spectrum CBD oils start - there is a long process. From costs for cultivation licences, laboratory certificates to the strict control of the hemp plants that grow for months. The costs are not small, not to mention inflation.
Ordering high-quality full-spectrum CBD oils online at a low price - difficult to turn into reality for a long time. The price of full-spectrum CBD oils is even driven up additionally by the traders to demand 60€ for full-spectrum CBD oils with 5% - our full-spectrum CBD oils with 5% are already available for less than 10€.
Full-spectrum CBD oils are generally very well tolerated. Even though side effects are an absolute rarity, we have listed possible ones.
Side effects of full spectrum CBD oils can be:
CBD sympathisers, however, have had few experiences of surprising side effects after finding their optimal dose - the same goes for CBD weed without THC.
Broad spectrum CBD oils have the reputation of being the entry-level CBD oil. Since many people are afraid of the cannabinoid THC due to prejudices about the cannabis plant, they buy THC-free CBD oils. These broad spectrum CBD oils therefore do not contain the full spectrum of the hemp plant. Without the full spectrum of the cannabis plant, the entourage effect cannot take place, as this lack of interaction between different cannabinoids means that broad-spectrum CBD oils are often ineffective.
The removal of THC is the primary goal in the production of broad spectrum CBD oils. In this process, broad-spectrum CBD oils undergo a chemical process in which the THC is removed from the oils. This process renders CBD oils ineffective for many, as important cannabinoids are filtered out that are elemental to the effect of CBD oils.
Broad-spectrum CBD oils are a type of CBD oils that contain cannabidiol (CBD) and other compounds from the hemp plant, excluding THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). These compounds include cannabinoids such as cannabigerol (CBG), cannabinol (CBN), cannabichromene (CBC) and terpenes.
Broad-spectrum CBD oils are produced through a process called 'distillation and isolation'. This process removes the THC and other compounds from the full-spectrum oil, resulting in an oil that contains CBD from the hemp plant, among other compounds.
Unlike full-spectrum CBD oils, broad-spectrum CBD oils without THC do not have an entourage effect, which is why the effect is not comparable.
Broad-spectrum CBD oils could have adverse effects if they come from low-quality or impure sources that contain pesticides, heavy metals or other contaminants. Unfortunately, this is often the case as cannabinoids are filtered out through chemical processes. The use of broad-spectrum CBD oils is generally not considered advisable - just like the use of HHC weed.
Cannabis is still considered an illegal substance by many people, which is why prejudice is not uncommon. Gradually, the benefits of cannabis are being shown to society, which is why the general opinion towards cannabis has improved to a certain extent. However, this does not apply to the active substance THC, which is also contained in the cannabis plant. This active ingredient is removed in the production of broad-spectrum CBD oils in order to be able to advertise the product as THC-free. For insiders, this raises many questions, as only the minimum permitted residual content of less than 0.2% THC can bring about the decisive effect in the oil - namely as an interaction with the other cannabinoids.
Broad spectrum CBD oils are made in a similar way to other CBD oils, but with an additional step to remove THC. Here are the steps for making broad spectrum CBD oils:
The last step of testing and analysis is unfortunately often neglected by many manufacturers for cost reasons.
Broad-spectrum CBD oils are produced through an extraction process in which cannabidiol (CBD) is extracted from the hemp plant. Unlike CBD isolates, however, broad-spectrum CBD oils also contain other cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids that are found in the hemp plant.
The extraction process can be carried out in several ways, including:
After extraction, the crude oil is purified to remove unwanted impurities - this is how it should be in any case. The broad spectrum CBD oil is then diluted with a carrier oil, such as hemp seed oil or MCT oil, to make it suitable for use. The finished oil is then bottled and ready for sale.
The crucial differences between full-spectrum CBD oils and broad-spectrum CBD oils are in the production and the effect of the oils. While terpenes, flavonoids and cannabinoids that are important for the effect are removed during the production of broad-spectrum CBD oils, full-spectrum CBD oils contain the full spectrum of the hemp plant. Thus, the entourage effect can occur with full-spectrum CBD oils, which does not occur with broad-spectrum CBD oils.
The effect of full-spectrum CBD oils is due to the interaction between the different cannabinoids, the so-called entourage effect, whereas broad-spectrum CBD oils contain heavy metals, pesticides or other impurities that are partly due to the production process.