TYPES OF WATER-SOLUBLE CBD
When you’re looking into buying water-soluble CBD, you might come across two different types of products: hemp CBD isolate and full-spectrum hemp. It’s important to know the difference between the two, so you know exactly what you’re taking.
CBD isolate is pure CBD with no additional compounds, which means that it doesn’t contain active compounds like other cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenes. One major cannabinoid that CBD isolate does not contain is THC. Some people opt for CBD Isolate because it has no trace of THC. One downside of CBD isolate is that you won’t get the entire benefit of the plant, known as the entourage effect, a term used to describe the synergistic effect of the full range of cannabinoids and hemp biomolecules working together.
Full-spectrum hemp includes the full-range of cannabinoids in the hemp plant, including a trace level of THC (less than 0.3%). With full-spectrum water-soluble hemp, you get the full benefits of hemp’s active compounds that work together to achieve a balance of mind and body. This is called the entourage effect. Some CBD companies offer hemp CBD isolate and full-spectrum hemp product lines. On the Zolt site, you can identify our full-spectrum CBD by looking for those that are marked + after the product name.