Full Spectrum CBD Oil and why you want to know what that string of buzz words mean

CBD itself is a "hot" word right now in the wellness industry and it is only going to get a bigger spotlight as we move into 2019.

As the hungry educated consumer, we assume that you are, there are two other terms you should familiarize yourself with as you shop around for your beloved CBD.

These would be Full- Spectrum and CBD Isolate.

Our products contain organic full spectrum CBD oil, not CBD Isolate. 

(don't worry, we are under the legal limit of 0.3% THC meaning it is still very much non - psychoactive) 

Here's the skinny on what organic Full Spectrum CBD oil is and why we chose it as our CBD source.

The cannabis plant contains hundreds of different phytochemicals that include cannabinoids and terpenes. Full spectrum CBD generally refers to products that not only contain CBD but also contain other alkaloids you get from the whole plant. This type of CBD oil is minimally refined, leaving most of the cannabinoids and terpenes intact and in the oil, right where we want them. This means that Full Spectrum CBD Oil is an extract where the alkaloids exist in the ratios and amounts that nature intended.

Clinical research shows that the symbiotic relationship between cannabinoids and terpenes, as well as CBD and THC, work together and influence each other in ways that help your body absorb and experience their benefits* that would simply not exist if you were to remove one or the other. This effect is called the Entourage Effect. 

The human body consists of its very own Endocannabinoid system, meaning there are CBD receptors located all throughout the body. This system plays a crucial role in regulating our physiology, mood, and everyday experience.

We are delighted to make the long-awaited acquaintance.


And here is the skinny on CBD Isolate.

As the name suggests this form of CBD stands alone. Meaning there are no other hemp alkaloids in the oil, the CBD has been isolated and the oil stripped of accompanying terpenes and other cannabinoids. Some believe that in order to have the most control over this particular molecule when it comes to dosing, one must isolate it. The only time you will find one of us here at Capri CBD encouraging you to switch to a product that is derived from CBD isolate, is when the consumer finds the hemp plant aroma and flavor unpleasant. And before we give out that recommendation we kindly ask you to reconsider the benefits of embracing the whole hemp plant along with its aroma and flavors, for that is where the true plant magic is.*


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.