Beginners Guide to CBDFull Spectrum vs Isolate CBD

Full Spectrum vs Isolate CBD

The CBD industry can sometimes be a tricky one to navigate. Many products can leave customers confused by all the jargon and unsure what they are really getting for their money. At Cannadonia we dont think things should be that way. We use Full Spectrum CBD in all our products and will always be totally transparent in letting our customers know what they are getting.

As with anything you are adding into your daily health and lifestyle routine, it is always important to check what is in your products. If you are unsure about your CBD, ask the question. Any reputable company should be able to tell you if their CBD is Full Spectrum or Isolated. Here is why we favour Full Spectrum over Isolated products…

Full Spectrum

Full Spectrum generally refers to CBD oil products that not only contain CBD, but also contain all terpenes and other cannabinoids such as CBG, CBN.

Usually these will be in ratios that were naturally occurring and extracted from the plant and specific strain. The THC found in Cannadonia full spectrum CBD products is minimal, less than 0.2% (verified with independent lab reports) In full spectrum CBD oil, there is nothing held back or left out.

Whole-plant extracts typically contain a carefully measured amount of the cannabis plant’s most prominent cannabinoid, THC, although usually not in a large enough amount to have any psychological effects. In many countries, including the UK a certain percentage of THC is illegal, so it is vital to know the amount of this cannabinoid when manufacturing products that contain full-spectrum CBD. With Full Spectrum CBD oil products, you have the advantage of something called the “Entourage Effect.” This is where all the cannabinoids and terpenes are working together in synergy, something that Isolate products will lack.

CBD Isolates

Usually, these products will have nothing but CBD in them because the CBD has literally been isolated from everything else. You can find pre-made isolate oils that typically consist of a carrier oil, such as MCT Oil, infused with the crystalline isolate powder.

You can also find the “raw” crystalline powder or slabs (a form of concentrate) on its own.
The downside of this method is that it neglects to take advantage of the possible holistic benefits of full spectrum products. Isolate CBD provides you with the benefits of CBD and CBD alone. It does not take advantage of any of the rest of the materials and chemicals that are present alongside CBD in the cannabis plant.

Studies have shown in summary, that isolated CBD products prove to be ineffective both before and after a certain dosage

If any of our customers have any questions about anything at all they can contact us on Facebook, Instragram, via email at or by visting one of the team at Cameron Toll Shopping Centre


  • Michael Pratt

    Please may I say that this website explaining the use of CBD full spectrum oil is very professional and accurate and will be using in the near future thanks a lot Michael Fife Scotland

    • kane

      So glad you are enjoying our content Michael. Feel free to drop us an emnail or come along to see us at Cameron Toll if you ever have any questions

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