No we have explained what the differences are, we now need to clarify some very important points that we share with our customers everyday.
No matter what product type you are looking to purchase, you MUST ALWAYS make sure not only that the product is real, contains CBD, but also that it is the spectrum you are paying for. To many products and salespeople are miss selling, mislabeling or just avoiding the honest and ethical questions.
Many do this simply to get a sale, to charge premium full spectrum prices for isolate. Really, this happens A LOT!
How do you verify the product is what it says it is? Independent Lab Reports! Always make sure relevant, product-specific lab reports are published, or at the least, request to see them.
Another significant point to clear up, is drug screening. Any CBD product CAN result in a positive on a drug test. This is an in-depth topic that will require a much broader discussion. DO NOT take someones blind advice that you’ll pass, 100% it’s safe. If your life and family depends on you passing drug testing, do not risk it without taking the time to test yourself while experimenting.
We hope this has made the options clearer and dispelled some of the information you may have been told or not entirely understood.
Remember, it’s not all about the amount of CBD per ml serving you see on a bottle. A higher mg CBD isolate product isn’t necessarily superior to a lower mg full spectrum oil. We believe that leaving the plants extracts just the way nature intended could be the most beneficial way to utilize this wonderful plants medicinal and therapeutic properties.