Are you curious about CBD, but confused about the terms used in the CBD world? Well, we are here to help! Here is a glossary of terms that you’ll need to know to better understand CBD and learn more about its benefits. This glossary can also help you on your research to find the best CBD products for you. After reading, don’t forget to check out our shop to browse our Hi-Performance CBD products!
Broad-spectrum - A CBD product that has more than one cannabinoid, but not all that occur naturally within the hemp plant. For example, a product that has had the THC removed is considered broad-spectrum.
Cannabidiol (CBD) - A plant-derived, non-psychoactive cannabinoid that is used to help ease stress, anxiety, inflammation, or muscle and joint pain.
Cannabis - A breed of plant which includes marijuana (psychoactive) and hemp (non-psychoactive).
CBD Isolate - CBD Isolate is a scentless and tasteless isolate which is at least 99% pure and contains no other compounds. Often it is mixed with a carrying oil and used in tinctures, drinks, and balms.
Full Spectrum CBD - Full Spectrum CBD extract contains a wide range of terpenes and cannabinoids, including CBD CBG, CBN, and tiny amounts of THC.
Hemp - Hemp is a plant in the cannabis family which contains a high concentrate of CBD but less the 0.3% THC. The fibres of the hemp plant are used to make clothing.
Terpenes - The natural, aromatic, and flavorful attributes of plant-derived essential oils. Terpenes provide unique fragrances and may heighten mood and reduce stress levels, particularly when combined with CBD and other cannabinoids.
Tincture - A tincture is herbal extract from plants formed into a liquid concentrate.
Source: Molecule Health
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