What’s the difference between full spectrum CBD vs CBD isolates? Well, simply put – Teamwork makes the dream work – something we at Bluegrass Hemp Oil embody as company culture as well as a standard for our cultivation and extraction processes. Quality will forever outshine quantity and we believe there is something special to be said for that. BHO believes in full spectrum use of ALL naturally occurring cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids found in the bloom of the beloved Cannabis flower (stay tuned for a post on full spectrum vs whole plant extraction).
Full spectrum simply means that we do not isolate or rid of any beneficial components of the plant but instead acknowledge and embrace the ways in which each separate cannabinoid encourages and works with the others. Although desired results from any singular cannabinoid may potentially prove helpful, there have been several studies conducted that show much higher percentage of achieved benefits from a full spectrum extraction versus an isolate and that isolates become less effective over time.
Much like an orchestra or assembly line, each part plays an important role in the whole show. A drum solo is nice, don’t get us wrong, but no one wants to sit through a concert listening to only drums while the other band members decide to sit this one out. Having the different natural elements present in our high-quality CBD Genesis Blend breathes life into what is known as the “Entourage Effect”, meaning ALL naturally occurring cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids blend in a synergistic way which allows their coexistence to be more beneficial than an individual component standing alone.
CBD isolates allow companies to skate around regulations, increase production, and ultimately deliver a lower quality product to a market of people desperately seeking help with a wide variety of issues. Education is by far the mission at hand and here at BHO, we are committed to setting the standard of high-quality, full spectrum, bloom only products.