Broad-Spectrum CBD Extract
A broad-spectrum CBD extract is an extract that contains the same various compounds as full-spectrum extracts, such as cannabinol, terpenes, phytochemicals, and flavonoids. The only noticeable difference is that broad-spectrum CBD extracts typically do not contain any THC; however, there are a few products that may contain trace amounts of THC.
Broad-spectrum CBD extracts are considered a middle ground between CBD isolate and full-spectrum extracts as they offer other minor cannabinoids and small amounts of plant phytochemicals without the presence of THC. Broad-spectrum CBD extract is a viable option for individuals who do not want products with THC in them as most of the TCH is removed
The process of extracting broad-spectrum CBD oil from the cannabis plant is the refinement process. At RAD Extracts, we take our full-spectrum extract and remove the THC using a chromatography method. Through chromatography, we are able to isolate most of the THC and remove it from the extract.
This method removes most of the TCH while retaining major and minor cannabinoids like CBD, CBG, CBC, etc. This produces a premium quality extraction so you can fully enjoy a high-end broad-spectrum CBD extract without the THC. Our process manufactures Certified Organic broad-spectrum extracts.
Why Choose a Broad-Spectrum Extract
A broad-spectrum CBD extract is a great option for people who do not want any THC in their products. It is a better option than isolate since it does retain major and minor cannabinoids and is somewhat similar to full-spectrum extracts in that it allows the major and minor cannabinoid components of the hemp plant to work together in a synergistic way. Although there isn’t any THC present, all parts that go into a broad-spectrum extract work together holistically to deliver a well-rounded array of benefits. For example, more nutrients may be made available to the body because of the ability of the cannabinoids working together to increase the efficacy of the product. Simply put broad spectrum is the next best option to a full spectrum extract.
How to Detect a Broad-Spectrum Extract
The easiest way to detect a broad-spectrum extract is looking at the third party testing (CoA). The CoA should show undetectable THC. The CoA should also show detectable amounts of CBD and other minor cannabinoids like CBG, and CBC. All of the CBD processed by RAD Extracts is tested by a third-party to assure we are manufacturing the highest quality and USDA-compliant organic CBD extracts from full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, isolates and distillates.
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Full Spectrum CBD Oil Processing
Ability to produce custom bulk CBD formulations of our hemp extract and pre-formulated wholesale CBD mixtures of tinctures, capsules and topicals.