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Terpenes & CBD: Stronger Together

Why are terpenes added to CBD?

Terpenes are naturally occurring and found abundantly in every plant you have ever seen, cooked with or even heard of. These organic compounds are incorporated into many supplements and essential oils. Some give off natural, flavorful aromas while others are tasteless and flavorless. Like CBD. they are also non-psychoactive components of the hemp plant. When added to CBD supplements, their main purpose is to restore and enhance natural health benefits.

Full-Spectrum vs. Isolate

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is just one of hundreds of other components found in a hemp plant, so alone it doesn’t have many effects. CBD is extracted from the hemp plant using a process called chromatography. Like many other supplements, CBD is best absorbed when paired with other natural ingredients. CBD products can be purchased in the form of an isolate or a full-spectrum product. The CBD isolate, well, is the isolate, and the full-spectrum product contains the isolate but that is where their similarities end.

The Entourage Effect

Full-spectrum products are created by pairing the CBD isolate and terpenes. This creates what is called the entourage effect. This effect is responsible for many of the life changing benefits you may read about in CBD studies and reports. All high-quality CBD products will contain an array of terpenes. When you are picking out a CBD product, be sure your product is certified full-spectrum to get the most out of your CBD.

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