Broad Spectrum CBD
Are you looking for hemp-derived full-spectrum CBD extract? Look no further because we offer top-quality CBD oils, extracts and isolates here at CannaClear. It is made from organic hemp and is perfect for making various cannabinoid blends and other CBD products.
Our Broad Spectrum CBD is 100% hemp-derived and contains other minor cannabinoids. Because of the high purity of the product, it is solid at room temperature.
- 96% CBD
- 2.7% CBG
- .9% CBDV
Consider buying our broadspectrum CBD distillate if you want to formulate CBD products or make custom cannabis blends. Our product is made from 100% organic hemp sourced from a GMP-certified facility, and it is also 100% derived from hemp that is compliant with federal law and contains less than 0.3% THC.
What Is CBD?
When CBD-rich industrial hemp extract undergoes a distillation process, the end product is CBD distillate. The distillate can then be further refined into isolate which is its purest form. The finished product is a crystalline powder containing various levels of cannabinoids. Typically with CBD isolate it will be 99% CBD. With broad-spectrum CBD isolate you can expect to see other trace cannabinoids present. In the case of this product, it contains CBG as well as CBDV
The product is referred to as broad-spectrum because it has various other trace cannabinoids.
Difference between CBD Distillate and CBD Isolate
The main difference between CBD distillate and CBD isolate is in the purity of CBD. Distillate contains around 70 to 80% CBD, while CBD isolate contains 99% CBD.
The CBD concentration of distillate is batch-specific. Sometimes, it may contain 70% and at other times higher or lower than that. It also includes other cannabinoids. Hence, it is difficult to determine how much CBD is in a given milliliter.
CBD isolate is the purest form of CBD, and it does not contain any other compound or hemp material. CBD isolate is beneficial in creating products that contain precise amounts of CBD.
CBD isolate is also beneficial in making products that should not have any THC. The refining process removes all other compounds from the distillate and leaves behind a highly concentrated form of CBD. Isolate is 99% CBD, which makes it the best ingredient for THC-free CBD products.
CBD distillate comprises CBD as its primary component and other minor cannabinoids from the hemp plant, and it also includes trace amounts of THC. CBD distillate is the perfect material for making CBD products that promote the entourage effect.
What is the Entourage Effect?
Scientists speculate that when the cannabinoids in the hemp plant are consumed together, they produce an extraordinary entourage effect. The entourage effect suggests that when cannabinoids interact, they may enhance each other’s effects.
Both CBD and THC are the most common cannabinoids found in many cannabis products on the market. However, there are other minor cannabinoids in the cannabis plant. These cannabinoids may work synergistically to help enhance the beneficial effects of the major cannabinoids or mitigate their adverse effects.
A practical example of this effect is that when THC is taken together with CBD, the user experiences less of the intoxicating effects of THC. Also, when delta 8 THC is used in combination with CBD, the user can experience better relaxation. Although most of these results are anecdotal at best, there is wide speculation that cannabinoids work together in synergy.
The entourage effect is one primary reason for the popularity of full-spectrum distillate products. When more cannabinoids are present in a product, they are likely to benefit the user even more. With the presence of each minor cannabinoid, the effect of the major cannabinoid on the body is slightly altered. The bottom line is that full-spectrum products provide users with the full benefits of cannabis through the entourage effect.
How to Use Broad Spectrum CBD Distillate
Consume Orally or Sublingually
The simplest way to use the distillate is to consume it orally. Take a measured amount of the liquid and swallow it. When ingested, it can take at least an hour for the effects to kick in. It can ease you into a state of relaxation so you can enjoy your day even better.
If you want to experience a faster onset of effects, you can place the distillate under the tongue and allow it to stay there for at least a minute or two. Let the tissue membranes under the tongue absorb the cannabinoids and deliver them to the bloodstream. This method is much faster because it bypasses both the digestive system and the liver. Remember that while the sublingual method provides you with a quicker onset, the effects will also last much faster.
Mix it with Foods and Beverages
CBD distillate does not have any taste or odour, making it ideal for infusing foods and beverages. It is a more appealing option than simply consuming distillate directly. You mix it with your morning beverage or add it to your favourite meals or desserts. When you take CBD-infused foods and drinks, it will go through the digestive system and the liver. Hence, it is essentially the same as swallowing the CBD distillate directly.
Make CBD Products
With high-quality CBD distillate, you can make many kinds of CBD products. A good example would be edibles. You can make CBD gummies, cookies, cakes, chocolate bars, and other yummy edibles. You can sell these ediles as homemade CBD products or give them away to friends and family as gifts.
If you run a bar or a cafe, you can infuse the distillate into various cocktails and other beverages. Many customers run to bars or cafes after a stressful day. Hence, it is beneficial to serve them a relaxing CBD cocktail, tea, or beverage. Serve them with a bit of CBD cookies on the side as well.
Another popular option for CBD distillates is topicals. You can make CBD lotions, creams, salves, and ointments with CBD distillate. These products are perfect for localized applications, which means you can rub them on any part of the body.
There are many other options for CBD products that you can make with CBD distillate. Your only limit is your imagination.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will Broad Spectrum CBD Distillate Make You High?
No, broad-spectrum CBD does not contain any psychoactive cannabinoids.
Will Full Spectrum CBD Distillate Show Up on a Drug Test?
Most CBD isolates will not cause you to fail a drug test however it is always possible. We suggest that anyone who is concerned about drug testing not consume hemp products.
Is Broad spectrum CBD Safe?
CBD is safe, but you should buy it from a credible source to avoid purchasing poor-quality products. At CannaClear, our hemp products undergo third-party laboratory testing. The test determines the potency of the cannabinoid and checks for pesticides, heavy metals, and harmful chemicals.
Where Can I Buy Bulk CBD?
You can buy bulk CBD isolates here at CannaClear. We provide high-quality CBD isolates that are lab-tested for potency, safety, and quality. Always purchase CBD products from licensed dispensaries, and CannaClear is your best bet.
Remember that you have to be at least 18 or 21 years old to buy and use our products, depending on your state laws.
Buy Broad Spectrum CBD Distillate Now!
We offer 40 grams of the highest quality broad-spectrum CBD isolate. You can use it to make a variety of CBD products like edibles, topicals, and tinctures. Get your CBD distillates here at CannaClear!
works better for me then pure cbd
Goes perfect to add to my carts & love adding to flowers to add to Entourage Effect.
Definitely the best CBD I’ve smoked hands down, enhances the experience with other alt noids greatly and makes it more similar to the full plant. Also the only one I’ve had that’s crumbly at room temp, I really dig it for that, it melts well into sauces but you can also just put some on top of a dab. Must try if it’s your first time ordering D8!
It works for pain if you like dabs.
Great quality and mixes wonderfully with the Delta 8 THC Mini-Jars – Terpene Infused