Read on for the low down on this unique type of CBD.
But that’s just the beginning. Once we have our CBD rich hemp oil, we continue the process, separating out plant lipids, waxes, impurities, and plant particles. We separate the CBD from all the other chemical components, including cannabinoids (like THC) as well as any terpenes and flavonoids.
CBD vs. THC
This CBD isolate is both very clean and super versatile. It’s odorless, virtually tasteless, and colorless. And some people choose to use this isolate directly. It can be used sublingually (under the tongue) where mucus membranes absorb it into the bloodstream, and it can also be vaped in this form.
Essentially, CBD isolate is pure CBD with all other plant components removed. We begin with clean CO2 technology to extract the hemp oil from the plant. This process is one of the most expensive extraction methods, but it allows for both a clean, environmentally friendly process and a wide range of products.
You can choose between two potencies of either 750 mg CBD or 1500 mg CBD. We don’t mess around with low potency products since it just drives the cost up for our customers without providing any real benefit. We use marked droppers so you can precisely measure your dose of CBD.
If the isolate is in wax form, it is normally consumed by dabbing. A dab rig is used to vaporize the isolate by heating it so it can be inhaled. If you do not like the idea of dabbing, there are other forms of isolates that do not need to be inhaled.
All CBD products have pros and cons. Finding a suitable CBD isolate depends on your tastes and preferences. Some people are dissuaded from using CBD because of the possibility of there being traces of THC in the product. That mistrust may be justified since the CBD industry is unregulated by the FDA. Some people are subjected to regular drug tests at their workplaces, so having even little traces of federally legal THC limits in their CBD products can be problamatic.
There’s a new ingenious invention in the cannabis industry; Terpsolates. You will not find the term “terpsolate” in the dictionary — that’s because it is a recently made-up compound word. The two words combined to make up the term terpsolate are terpene and isolate. Now, that isolate could refer to any cannabis compound. But, today, we’re offering our complete guide to CBD isolate with terpenes, so you can understand whether this terpsolate could be useful useful addition to your daily routine. Keep in mind, just as new as terpsolates are, it also means they have not been researched to determine the long-term effects associated with human consumption.
Which Terpenes You Should Look Out For?
– Limonene: Limonene is found in citrus fruits and has a citrusy taste and smell. Using this terpene may provide feelings of energy, raise your spirits, and may also potentially provide feelings that help with relaxation. When you want to feel rejuvenated, this terpene may be the best terpene to select.
Adding terpsolate to a smoothie or juice is another simple way to consume CBD isolate. This is a great choice because it ensures that your mixture blends seamlessly. You can also add it to your morning tea or coffee: rest assured, the terpsolate will work just as well, and give you a great start to the day.
CBD isolate combined with terpenes is becoming a fad or popular product among manufacturers and users of cannabidiol are just eating them. Finding the right version of CBD takes trial and error right now. Each person’s body processes CBD in different ways, and isolates compared to full spectrum cannabinoids are different. Currently, the manufacturers producing terpsolates are few, it is a new concept to mix terpenes and isolate. Consequently, finding a suitable CBD terpsolate is quite hard, and Tanasi does not provide this product.
Up to this point, we have seen the benefits of isolates. But, research shows that full-spectrum CBD products can be more effective than isolates. This is because full-spectrum CBD products, when combined with terpenes, work better because of the “entourage effect.” In other words, combining CBD with terpenes and other cannabinoids makes the product more effective than CBD alone in isolate form.
Vidal says: “We are concerned that the market runs the risk of becoming over-regulated, to the point of neutering itself in what it can offer.
However, with the novel foods regulations currently working to weed out products containing THC, Vidal says this will inevitably remove full spectrum products from the market. In fact, the FSA has so far only validated three companies since the novel food applications deadline passed at the end of March and those all sell isolate products.
Daniel Pérez Vidal, founder of the online CBD retail platform For the Ageless, has been tracking consumer insights via his site for over five years, with more than 20,000 customers regularly providing feedback on the products they order.
Research suggests that CBD’s health benefits may be more prominent when multiple compounds from the cannabis plant are present, and this has been dubbed the ‘entourage effect’.
A full-spectrum CBD product contains multiple cannabis plant extracts, including essential oils, terpenes, and other cannabinoids, such as cannabinol and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the cannabinoid in the cannabis plant that produces the ‘high’ feeling. The full-spectrum extracts being sold today do not make you ‘high’ as they contain less then 1mg of THC per container.
He says the feedback reveals that 70% of his customers favour full-spectrum products over other types of cannabinoid profiles.
“In particular, the drive towards an environment where artificial isolates become the norm. The natural and organic extracts that we have seen a great many benefiting from for years may be on the brink of disappearing.