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The public profile of CBD has soared in recent years, with users using it to treat all manner of ailments and conditions. It can be consumed in a variety of ways, ranging from simple oral consumption to topical use and even vaping. There are two main forms of CBD on the market. These are ‘full spectrum’ CBD and CBD isolate. There are a number of key differences between the two, which we will look at in this article. We will also look at methods of consumption, as this can have dramatic impact on the efficacy of CBD. As we will see, full-spectrum CBD is more popular, and for good reason, but isolate has certain benefits that might appeal to different CBD users.

This has left some users concerned not just with which form of extracted CBD is most effective or what the proper dosage for them may be, but also with which method of supplementation gives the user the most relief in the right amount of time. Some of the most common methods include applying it sublingually, topically, or taking it in capsules. Vaping cbd is regarded by many to be the most bio-available way to administer, and as such, this has led to an increase in the demand for CBD isolate. This form of CBD is different from full-spectrum CBD extract in that it only contains CBD and none of the other cannabinoids, terpenes, or healthy fatty acids that commonly result from the whole-plant extraction process.

The wide range of benefits contained in full-spectrum CBD extracts means some CBD merchants have either ceased to sell, or scale down the promotion of CBD isolate, in comparison to the whole-plant extract variety. Companies and individuals who extract CBD themselves are realising that cannabis has more to offer medicinally than just CBD or THC, and that there is little to no reason to not include all that this “super-plant” has to offer in the extraction process.

Cannabis, with its complex chemical structure, contains over 100 active cannabinoids aside from CBD. It also contains terpenes, which have anti-inflammatory properties, and are regarded as increasing the efficacy of cannabinoids. Although they are not rated as important as CBD when it comes medical benefits, some of these other cannabinoids have been found to have symptom alleviating qualities as well. The cannabinoids CBN and CBG for example, are found in most full-spectrum extracts and studies have shown that both contain anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and pain relieving properties.

Ian Jones is a journalist based in Manchester, England. He specialises in technology and food, with a heavy focus on vaping, CBD and medicinal drugs. He began writing professionally over 15 years ago and is a regular contributor to New Scientist, Vice and the Daily Mirror. He is also the resident CBD expert at the respected vaping website Spinfuel. He began looking at CBD in detail after discovering that it cured his mother’s arthritis, and has since become a leading figure in the UK when it comes to educating people about the CBD extraction process and exploring its curative properties.

We are able to build fully customised machinery or increase capacity in your facilities. From processing to manufacturing we are developing the newest innovations in auxiliary technology that can be used in the full life cycle of the hemp plant.

We are committed to delivering the highest quality hemp derived ingredients and cannabinoid formulations to our partners across the food, beverage, cosmetic and medical industries. We supply the raw ingredients, create bespoke formulations and provide access to distribution networks.


We are able to provide CBG on request. CBG is a non psychoactive substance which may be used to fight inflammation, pain, nausea and may slow the proliferation of cancer cells. Strains high in CBG may be beneficial treating conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s disease, and cancer.

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From initial site visit to launch of the facility our lead project manager is the conduit between our team of experts and our clients. We completed several US facilities that ranged from 5,000 – 100,000 pounds per day extraction cycles. The facilities have four core functions – extraction, recovery, distillation and isolation. Each facility was custom scoped, planned and built, taking into account power, access, ventilation, clearance, storage and other technical and location specific considerations.

Our network encompasses the full supply chain from seed selection to distribution enabling transparency and quality control for an industry that sits on both sides of a super plant and a controlled industry; where the presence of THC is highly regulated and often illegal.