A Detailed Guide to CBD-Isolate

CBD-isolate crystals 

CBD Crystals are a type of CBD concentrate, a subsection of the CBD industry that includes wax, shatter and crumble. These are very potent, and should be used only by long-time CBD users, who are familiar with the effects of a strong, fast-absorbed CBD dose. 

Crystals are similar in their versatility to CBD-isolate powder. When users need instant effects, they can “dab” them, a more direct form of vaping. However, crystals and powder are also beneficial when given the opportunity to work for longer. Try dissolving CBD concentrates into a hot beverage, and enjoy them as an edible. 

CBD-isolate gummies

Gummies are a classic edible, and an established favorite among CBD consumers. As with all edibles, gummies deliver the CBD gradually, so that it is effective over the course of a day or night, and not just a few short hours. Gummies are particularly good because they are so delicious, and formulated with ingredients that are found in regular candies. 

In addition, finding the most helpful dose is simple thanks to the standardized nature of edible products. Gummies come in low, medium and high strengths. This satisfies the huge, yet nuanced demand for CBD. 

CBD-isolate tinctures 

Tincture oils are the safest way of taking CBD, when a fast speed of delivery is essential. Bear in mind that smoked flower and vaped e-liquid still works a little bit faster. But for a consumption method that puts no strain on the lungs, CBD tinctures are ideal. They are easy to use, with a dropper fitted to the bottle cap. This helps with getting the right dosage. Hold the CBD under the tongue, so the sublingual glands can absorb it into the bloodstream. 

Add CBD tinctures to food, or even drinks. Mixing with coconut oil, cbd butter, cream or any other product high in MCTs makes CBD more bioavailable, and any dose more potent. CBD users looking to cut costs can make their bottle of oil last longer with this technique. 

CBD-isolate vs full-spectrum hemp extract

For many in the CBD industry, and even the medicinal scene, this is the $64-million-dollar question. As an interventional treatment, some argue isolated CBD is more likely to help the user, as we know more about the interactions it makes, and the effects it produces. 

Others advocate full-spectrum – sometimes called broad-spectrum or whole-plant – products, as these bring all these other cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids into the fray. The few studies we have on these lesser compounds suggest they may have therapeutic value. There is also some evidence of a synergy between cannabinoids, that only occurs upon taking whole-plant extracts. Much remains unknown about what is called the ‘entourage effect’, but it makes sense to those who have voiced opposition to manipulating plant extracts.

However, by nature, full-spectrum products will have a low level of THC. Hemp still contains a trace amount of this notorious cannabinoid. It’s why the federal government had to give some leeway regarding THC concentrations in hemp-based products. But as we’ve already said, these products are not necessarily drug test proof. And just by reading CBD-isolate reviews, we see that safety with drug tests is a priority of many customers.

The answer to such a general question is always going to be subjective. Full-spectrum CBD may provide more health benefits in certain circumstances, but isolate products are suitable for all users, which cannot be said about the former.

What dosage do I need?

The perfect CBD dose also varies. The issue being managed is crucial to what dose is required, and factors like weight and metabolism speed may also have an impact. Low dosages of CBD bring out the mental benefits. Any increased cognitive alertness will come from a small dosage. In contrast, higher dosages are decidedly more calming, and better for easing pain or reducing stress levels. Get the sedative effects, without sleepiness and fatigue, from a mid-range dose.

Every user should work out for themselves what CBD dosage they need. Start small, keep a record, and up or lower the dose as required. 

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So you’re setting up your own business, and have your heart set on selling CBD? Great news, you’ve come to the right place. We have lots of CBD flower for sale, and would be excited to show you our full list of CBD-isolate wholesale prices. These are lower than the prices for buying products individually, and shows why buying in bulk is such an important and effective business strategy. Make contact by registering for a Wholesale account, and we will be in touch soon! 

Final thoughts 

CBD-isolate products have helped make the CBD industry more inclusive. These are superb starter products for those curious about CBD, and CBD only, and they are also favored by many CBD users. We hope this guide has taught you more about what these products are, how they are made, and how they may benefit you.