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CBD full spectrum Oil

As the name suggests, CBD full spectrum is a type of CBD which also contains other components. This means, that on top of cannabidiol (CBD) it has other cannabinoids, such as THC, flavonoids and terpenes. Full spectrum CBD is said to be especially effective, as the combination of all the components is believed to cause the so-called “entourage effect“.

The entourage effect is a theory which states that the individual components in the CBD product support and intensify each other and, as a result, are more effective. Depending on the hemp variant, one plant can have as many as 120 different terpenes.

There is not only full spectrum CBD, though: broad spectrum CBD and CBD isolate are also very popular. If you’re intrigued to find out more, you can check out our article on full spectrum vs broad spectrum vs CBD isolate.The THC content of full spectrum CBD is limited to 0.2% in countries where cannabis isn’t fully legal.

This very low limit eliminates the possibility of a psychoactive effect of THC. However, a police drug test may show a positive for THC. Either way, your body profits from CBD full spectrum in a number of ways. For example, various pains, depression, anxiety or cancer and epilepsy symptoms may be alleviated. The cannabinoids and terpenes of full spectrum CBD interact with our body’s endocannabinoid system.

This results in good communication between cannabinoid receptors and cannabinoid molecules and has a positive effect on different biological processes. At Tom Hemp’s you can be sure that your CBD and hemp products are made from EU-certified industrial hemp.

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