Warner’s Best – Broad Spectrum CBD
Connecticut based Warner’s Best CBD is proud to announce it will soon have Broad Spectrum CBD products in its inventory.
What is Broad Spectrum CBD?
Broad spectrum CBD like Full Spectrum CBD still has all the compounds found within the plant; however, like CBD Isolate, the THC is completely removed.
Because Broad Spectrum CBD contains multiple cannabinoids, it still delivers the enhanced benefits of the “entourage effect,” without the risk of psychoactive effects of THC.
Broad Spectrum CBD
- Contains all the cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils extracted from the plant except THC
- No risk of psychoactive effects
- Stronger flavors and odors
- Will not test positive for THC*
Broad Spectrum CBD Ideal For:
- Individuals with conditions that CBD isolate alone could not alleviate
- Individuals with sensitivity to THC or get drug tested
- Individuals living in states that have strict THC-laws
- First-time users that are hesitant about THC
In summary, any of the three CBD types can be beneficial when used to help manage sleep, inflammation based conditions and anxiety and stress.
If drug testing is part of the equation than the Isolate or Broad Spectrum products are the ones to consider. If nervous about THC in general, than Isolate or Broad Spectrum are the better options. If you live in a THC friendly state than any of the products is right for you.
Be sure to read the label and always check for a COA (Certificate of Analysis). The Lab doing these quality control tests should be DEA and FDA registered and actively involved in the MMJ testing regime of the state they are licensed to operate in. The COA should clearly identify the amount of CBD, THC and any other cannabinoids present. If the results are not clear or easy to understand contact the lab for an explanation or steer clear of the product. And always be wary of gas station CBD.
* The sensitivity of a specific drug tests parameters determines how much of any detected substance is required before the test registers a positive reading. A zero THC product should never test positive for THC. However, it must be remembered, that CBD products are blended and manufactured in facilities that do process THC. In rare instances it is possible that THC residue can find its way onto a bottle or container and effect a drug test.
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