Understanding Full Spectrum CBD
In your bid to locate the most effective CBD oil on the market, there is the need for you to first determine the contents of the hemp extract used in manufacturing. It is likely that you have come across the terms “Isolate” and “Full Spectrum” while browsing through CBD products. This simply depicts what kind of cannabinoids or, molecules are in the CBD formulation.
Full spectrum CBD means that there are several different cannabinoids present, whereas isolate means that a single molecule isolation process has been done in order to capture only the CBD from the hemp plant. Isolate products are 100% CBD (no TCH or any other cannabinoid.) Full spectrum CBD has a blend of CBD, CBG, CBC, CBN and so on. MedLabs offers Full Spectrum products that have over 70 cannabinoids present.
Entourage effect with cannabinoids
Full Spectrum CBD works so well because it has several different molecules from the hemp plant. Having cannabinoids like CBC, CBG and CBN in your formulation creates what is called the Entourage Effect in your body. The different cannabinoids activate different receptors in your body allowing the CBD to bind with different systems throughout your entire body. The magnitude of CBDs healing powers are multiplied when CBD is mixed with other cannabinoids rather than CBD all on its own.
Full spectrum is usually extracted from high-quality hemp plants as these contain only trace amounts of THC and are more desirable to the general public. Legally, these industrial hemp plants from which full-spectrum extracts are received from must provide less than 0.3% of THC. Companies that produce full-spectrum CBD products, therefore, do whatever it takes to ensure that they start production with hemp strains of the highest quality as these usually tend to be rich in CBD, terpenes and other beneficial cannabinoids.
CBD products that are Full Spectrum do contain THC, the THC present is too insignificant to create any phycological effects that you would feel from regular cannabis or any other THC heavy substance. Even though it is 0.3% it will show up on a majority of drug tests. If you are looking to receive plant medicine from CBD, and are concerned about drug tests, isolate is the way to go.
Decarboxylated, word of the day!
MedLabs uses a process called ‘decarboxylation’ that intimidating and large words is not to be feared. It simply means that it is the application of heat to the extract to ‘activate’ and transform its raw cannabinoids into forms that can provide the results expected of them. For instance, on a completely mature hemp plant, Cannabidiol or CBD is found as Cannabinidiolic acid or CBDA. When heat is applied to the extract, this raw CBDA loses a carbon atom which paves the way for its activation into CBD. This also happens for the rest of the cannabinoids in the extract.
Why use Full Spectrum?
The glaring advantage is the entourage effect, Full Spectrum is also considered to be closer to the original plant. To obtain the Full Spectrum status, we possess a whole-plant chemical profile, so the formula offers maximum potential therapeutic benefits to the consumer.
Full Spectrum CBD is best for people who:
– Want a full body healing experience
– Want to take advantage of all the benefits of CBD
– Have sever pain
– Are interested in deep healing potential
How to begin your journey
Depending on your specific healing needs, start with either our 1,000mg, 2,500mg or 5,000mg Full Spectrum CBD Tinctures.
These are available at MedLabs online store and we ship to all 50 states! (Also, a company secret is that all of our Full Spectrum tinctures, automatically ship for FREE!)
Take your one full dropper of CBD daily, it takes about 10 days to feel the full effects of your CBD. If you need more after 15 days of use, then begin to take one full dropper in the morning and one at night.
If you have any questions you can always contact our Healing Experts!