Types of CBD


Today an unlimited choice of products exists, but only three CBD oil types exist on the market.  Out of the three, only one should be considered for personal use. We know what one we like; read on and see.


There are three different types of CBD on the market today. These types of CBD stem from the process used to create them. Extraction processes like Co2 and isolation cannot produce a full spectrum product because they cannot extract all cannabinoids and terpenes in the hemp material.


The different types of CBD oil are as follows, full spectrum, broad spectrum, and isolate. It should be noted here that CBD users are not recreational cannabis users. CBD Oil users are individuals looking for maximum benefits. Not a high.


Studies show that  CBD Oil type full spectrum provides the best benefits for the endocannabinoid system in the human body. For CBD users to receive maximum benefits, CBD oils should contain a robust natural blend of minor cannabinoids other than cannabidiol, CBD. If CBD oil does not have these minor cannabinoids, how can the user benefit from them? They can’t. See the attached lab report to see the robust blend of cannabinoids that the Full Spectrum Genesis Blend CBD Oil Contains.

Lab tests show that no other CBD oil brand contains the robust natural blend of cannabinoids that our Genesis Blend CBD Oil contains. We advertise 10mg of CBD per ml, but the lab reports show 23mg of total cannabinoids per ml. These extra mg’s are the other minor cannabinoids that complete the entourage effect in full-spectrum CBD oil.


Different types of CBD


Full Spectrum:

This type of CBD contains numerous other minor cannabinoids and terpenoids found in hemp along with CBD. Examples include Genesis Blend Full Spectrum Extract by the Kentucky Cannabis Company. It has over 12 cannabinoids, not including the numerous terpenes and flavonoids it also contains. Total Spectrum products should contain trace amounts of THC and other beneficial cannabinoids besides CBD. These cannabinoids are natural in hemp. Studies show CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids offer other health benefits and anti-inflammatory properties or might help with sleep disorders like insomnia. As well as anxiety and stress. Full Spectrum CBD Oil has no psychoactive effects. A full-spectrum product is the best option for CBD oil users looking for the best impact. One of the other benefits of full-spectrum CBD is the assurance in its natural cultivation and extraction. If a company is genuinely producing a full-spectrum product, there will be no added substances or risk of chemicals. See the attached lab test that shows 11 cannabinoids other than CBD in our Genesis Blend CBD Oil.


Broad Spectrum:

This CBD oil is like the full spectrum, except it contains no THC. Broad Spectrum might contain some cannabinoids in hemp other than CBD; however, unlike Full Spectrum, it does not contain any THC. It has been altered through processes to remove all THC from the extract. They are making it less effective than Full Spectrum. THC tetrahydrocannabinol with CBD cannabidiol and other natural cannabinoids and terpenes benefit the endocannabinoid system. The removal of THC from CBD Oil is solely done for marketing narrative. CBD Oil does not have any psychoactive effects. Studies show that Full Spectrum is the highest grade possible.


CBD Isolate:

The poorest form of CBD available. CBD isolate is a powder substance, utterly free of the naturally occurring flavonoids, cannabinoids, and terpenes from the original plant. Studies show that isolated and synthetic cannabinoids can be dangerous and are less effective! CBD isolate is used in making delta-8. Deaths have been reported because of these fake natural cannabinoids like delta 8. Natural Full Spectrum cannabinoids are safe, but isolated synthetically manufactured cannabinoids can be dangerous. Unfortunately, Many products on the market fall into the isolated cannabinoid category. These isolated cannabinoids are designed to take advantage of unwary customers. They are marketed as pure, water-soluble, and nanotechnology.

Endocannabinoid system (ECS)

Many people ask: “How can CBD offer a wide variety of powerful results for things ranging from anxiety and neurodegeneration to even auto-immune disorders?” Surprisingly, The answer lies not so much in CBD (Cannabidiol) itself but how CBD is working to augment the Endocannabinoid system (ECS).

Therefore, The Endocannabinoid System (endo meaning ‘within’) is a biological system focused on mediating physiological balance, fundamentally known as homeostasis. Some of the first homeostatic functions we often hear from clients are a better night’s sleep, a regulated appetite, and reduced anxiety. These are a few of the first indicators CBD is kicking in and starting to help boost our natural production of endocannabinoids. Learn more about your Endocannabinoid system here.


Frequently Asked Questions

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Do you have more CBD questions? See our FAQ page here. For instance, we constantly seek further understanding and ways to improve things. In other words, part of sharing information is just as much a part of our journey. Therefore, Find the answers below to some common questions!  Above all, If the answer to your CBD FAQ question is not listed, send us a message from the contact section at the bottom of the page.


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Types of CBD – Full Spectrum Living with CBD Ep-9

Adriane, Jessica, and Meredith discuss some of the different types of CBD being marketed today. They also discuss the differences in the extraction processes and what happens to CBD oil when it is made using these other methods. They cover commonly used terms, examine their meaning, and discuss how some mislead the CBD industry. After watching this, you will better understand the differences in CBD oil types and why they are not the same. Watch Types of CBD -Full Spectrum Living with CBD EP-9

Genesis Blend CBD Oil lab report