So what should I get - Isolate vs Full Spectrum CBD Oil?

The increased popularity of CBD has led many users to raise questions about the methods of extracting CBD. The main question is which form provides the most effective range of medical benefits for the user. The most common forms of extracted CBD found in Oils and edibles are full-spectrum (whole hemp plant extract) and pure CBD isolate. Most users prefer the full-spectrum option.

Full-spectrum CBD Oil

Whole-plant (Full Spectrum) extracts used for CBD Oils, typically contain a carefully measured amount of the cannabis plant's most prominent cannabinoid, THC, although in full-spectrum CBD oils it is not in a large enough amount to have any psychological effects.

CBD Isolate Oil

CBD isolate Oil is frequently used and believed by some to be more effective than full-spectrum oil because CBD is the only medically sought after cannabinoid in the cannabis plant, aside from THC. Many CBD isolate oil users are under the impression that by consuming only the CBD cannabinoid without terpenes or any other "unnecessary" components of the cannabis plant, they are getting a more powerful or effective dose of CBD.