What is CBD Isolate?

A few differences between CBD isolate, broad-spectrum, and full-spectrum CBD. Here is some clarity.

Last Updated: 1 April 2024 | Categories: | 1 min read |

What is the difference between CBD isolate, broad-spectrum, and full-spectrum CBD?
CBD isolate contains pure isolated CBD powder, while broad spectrum contains CBD along with other cannabinoids (without THC), and full-spectrum is a full-plant extract, meaning it contains all cannabinoids found in the plant.

Is CBD isolate edible?
All cannabinoids, including CBD, are fat-soluble – meaning they mix well into fatty substances like oil. Isolate cannot be eaten by itself, but it can easily be added into many kinds of edible food products that contain ingredients like coconut milk, cooking oil, or butter. You can also use it as a seasoning and sprinkle it over nearly anything.

How to use CBD isolate?
While it may not sound as appealing as flavored CBD oils or edibles, isolate is surprisingly versatile when it comes to consumption. One of the most popular ways to use CBD isolate is with a vape pen (make sure your vaporizer is compatible).

How is CBD isolate made?
CBD isolate is made from carefully filtered hemp plant extract. This allows us to produce the best quality and cleanest products on the market, and results in a pure CBD isolate powder straight from the hemp plant.

Is CBD isolate the same as CBD oil?
No – CBD oil is made in the form of a tincture, while isolate is in a powder/crystalized form. Also, CBD oil will typically contain CBD along with other cannabinoids and terpenes extracted from the hemp plant. CBD isolate, on the other hand, contains no other cannabinoids.