What is Broad Spectrum CBD?
Like a mix of full spectrum CBD and CBD isolate, broad spectrum CBD offers the best of both types when it comes to its special composition. Similar to full spectrum, broad spectrum has retained all naturally occurring compounds to achieve the enhanced “entourage effect” of cannabinoids when taken with other compounds. However, like CBD isolate, broad spectrum has THC completely removed to get rid of the unwanted psychoactive side effects and to also be risk-free when dealing with regular drug screenings. Basically, broad spectrum is full spectrum without THC.
Using broad spectrum CBD means getting to benefit from the two other types without the risks involved when dealing with THC. Broad spectrum CBD, however, has just recently been introduced which translates to having lesser scientific studies done to prove its effectivity versus the two other more established types. Availability is also a drawback as it isn’t as easily accessible as CBD isolate and full spectrum CBD.
Because of its unique blend and great therapeutic qualities, broad spectrum CBD is ideal for:
- Those with conditions that are not responsive to CBD isolate alone
- Those who are first-time users of CBD and are hesitant to try THC
- Those who live in states with THC restrictions and who regularly undergo drug test screenings for THC
Where can I buy CBD Oil?
The Australian government introduced legislation to decriminalise the use and sale of medical cannabis in 2016, however the accessibility of CBD Oil products still remains a challenge in Australia.
There are currently 2 methods to access medical cannabis in Australia:
- Government approved legal pathways
- Buying from online retailers
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