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September 29, 2019 2 min read

With the government support for the hemp plant, CBD is breaking the negative connotations attached to it.

And as it’s seen in a better light, it’s attracting more people to try and benefit from the physiological effects of CBD.

But while the best CBD product may be different depending on who you're talking to, only one type CBD oil brings the fullest power of CBD: the Full Spectrum CBD oil.


Why is full spectrum CBD oil the best?

In a study conducted on mice, researchers have found that full spectrum CBD oil brings more relief compared to isolates.

That’s because while isolates only contain one CBD compound, its full spectrum counterpart uses all all of the compounds found in the hemp plant.

You know how people say that the sum is greater than its parts?

It’s pretty much the same with full spectrum CBD. And in the industry, it’s called the Entourage Effect.

The Entourage Effect is the phenomenon describing how each CBD compound complements each other and thereby increases the overall effectiveness of the product.

Thus, with full spectrum CBD oil, you’ll get these benefits at a much greater amplitude:

  • Relieving pain

  • Promoting healthy sleep

  • Controlling anxiety

  • Reducing blood sugar levels

  • Treating skin conditions

  • Reducing seizures

  • Avoiding inflammation

  • And a lot more!

The scientific community has only begun to explore the therapeutic benefits of CBD. There can be more benefits waiting to be uncovered.


Potential Drawbacks of Full Spectrum CBD

While the positive effects of full spectrum CBD are greater, there are also drawbacks that you must know if you're considering taking it:

  1. It doesn’t work well with alcohol

Cannabinoid compounds and alcohol can interact if you take them within 8 hours of each other – this is where relaxing can become sedation.

So if you’re going to drink, skip using full spectrum CBD for the day.


  1. There may be legal issues

Full spectrum CBD is only legal in the US if it's derived from the hemp plant. Depending on your state laws, getting it marijuana-based is not legal in every state.

That’s why you have to make sure only to get your full spectrum CBD oil from trusted sellers you are sure only use hemp plant.


  1. It can result in a false positive in drug testing

While full spectrum CBD only contains trace amounts of THC, its excessive use may cause you to fail drug testing.

Especially if you’re subjected to regular drug testing, you must moderate your use.

Despite the potential drawbacks, full spectrum CBD oil is still the best that CBD has to offer.

So whether you want edibles like gummies or prefer topicals like Healing Salve or Body Butter, make sure that it contains full spectrum CBD to get the fullest benefits of your favorite CBD product.