Here at Good Hemp, we’ve been championing hemp and CBD for over 20 years – and we like to think that our carefully crafted range of CBD oil is pretty much the best out there! Scheduling in small acts of self-care can be tough when you’re juggling daily obstacles such as work, yoga classes and binging Bridgerton on Netflix, but a few drops of CBD oil can make a big difference at any time of day. Add them to your post-Zoom HIIT smoothie, stir them into your porridge or drop them into your coffee – it’s the perfect antidote for a busy lifestyle. Plus, we’ve recently re-launched our citrus and peppermint CBD oils – they add a bit of flavour to anything you’re whisking up.
People who use CBD isolate find it particularly beneficial for its calming properties and therapeutic potential. We already know that it works with our body’s endocannabinoid system to activate receptors in the brain and help restore homeostasis – the natural balance of the body – which includes our mood, body temperature, water content and more. But it’s also associated with other long-term health effects: multiple studies have shown that CBD could have anti-inflammatory properties, relieve chronic pain, help with muscle repair and help promote a good night’s sleep.
You may be inclined to think that something so beneficial would surely have a hefty price tag, but this couldn’t be further from the truth – if you know where to look, that is. Here at Good Hemp we want the benefits of CBD to be as accessible as possible, and that’s why our products start at £15 only. If you’re an experienced CBD user who would prefer to buy in bulk, you can consider our bigger bottles of 1,000mg and 2,000mg total CBD content (the latter is higher-grade), which go at £40, respectively £75 per bottle.
Does CBD Isolate Expire?
One of the easiest and most effective ways to take CBD is to hold a few drops (or your recommended dose) under your tongue and keep it there for about 30 seconds before swallowing. If that doesn’t appeal to you and you’re wondering whether dropping it in your morning coffee or stirring it into an exotic mocktail after a long week works, the answer is yes and yes! In fact, there are so many different ways to take CBD oil that we dedicated an entire guide to it . From CBD tinctures to topicals, sweet treats, and tasty salad dressings – if you can think of it, there is a way to add it. Consider applying it topically onto your skin in a balm or rub form to relieve muscle pain or period pain, too. Get creative and let us know what you come up with!
If you’ve done your research and understand the effects that full-spectrum CBD oil can have in comparison to CBD isolate, you might decide it’s a good option for you.
In the voice of Chandler Bing: could it be any more relaxing?!
You’ve added the good stuff to your cart, now what? When it comes to taking CBD oil, you have the freedom to be as inventive as you like.
Researchers, in the study, found participants who were provided with full spectrum CBD experienced greater levels of relief than those provided with CBD isolate. Also, the results of the study found the full spectrum CBD, at higher doses, provided enhanced effects.
Three common CBD types are full spectrum, broad spectrum, and isolate, and each is made through a different extraction method. If you’re not clear on which type you will benefit most from, read on, and you’ll learn the difference between the three of them.
Products containing broad spectrum CBD contain a range of terpenes and cannabinoids, but no THC. In other words, broad spectrum is the same as full spectrum, but with zero THC. Manufacturers have to place their products through extra processing to create broad spectrum CBD and isolate, and eliminate as many traces of THC as possible, but preserve the other terpenes and cannabinoids. Broad spectrum CBD is a great choice for people that can’t have any THC in their bodies whether for legal, medical, or personal reasons.
Which Is Better For You?
These all work together to enhance each cannabinoid’s potential therapeutic benefits. This is often called the “entourage effect.”
Chances are if you’re been hearing about the wonders of CBD, you probably heard about CBD-infused oil. However, there are various other delivery methods of CBD like vaping, edibles, and topicals. Now, the newest delivery method to come around is the CBD pillow.
It’s previously thought isolate CBD was more effective than in its full spectrum form, but this theory was debunked in 2015 by a study conducted by Jerusalem’s Lautenberg Center for General Tumor Immunology.
Isolate is the extraction process where manufacturers isolate CBD in the cannabis plant from the rest of the compounds. Once manufacturers extract and separate CBD concentrate from the rest of the plant’s compounds, they then put it through a winterization process that will extract any remaining terpenes, waxes, or cannabinoids. This will make a CBD product that will test as great as 99% pure CBD.