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Many people wonder what’s in extra strength CBD oil.
More specifically, what makes the extra strength formula different—as well as the difference in levels of effectiveness.
The only difference between your standard CBD oil and an extra-strength CBD oil is the actual concentration of cannabinoids.
We understand how confusing all the terminology and variations of products can be for consumers. This is why we aim to provide full transparency and education. We want you to understand every aspect of your CBD experience.
Let’s talk about different concentrations of CBD oils you can find and how to find the best concentration for yourself.
There are three types of CBD oil you’ll run across when shopping—full spectrum, broad spectrum, and CBD isolate.
Full spectrum oil contains the broadest range of cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils. With the full spectrum option, you’ll find all of the plant’s naturally-occurring compounds, including trace amounts of THC.
When dealing with hemp, the THC content is no higher than 0.3%. Furthermore, with these compounds still present in the oil, you have access to the entourage effect.
This is when all of the various compounds found in the oil can work in synergy to provide a deeper level of therapeutic effects.
With the broad spectrum option, there’s still a fair amount of compounds present in the oil. So, you’re still able to take advantage of the entourage effect, but not at the same level because the THC compounds have been removed.
This means one less compound to enhance the synergistic effects of the other compounds. As far as CBD isolate products, they won’t provide an “entourage effect” because all of the other compounds are removed to produce a 99% pure CBD isolate oil.
There are a few different ways to look at the composition of CBD oil. Still, we’re going to focus on how CBD oil acquires its concentration for the purpose of this conversation.
You’ve heard a lot about organic farming methods. More specifically, why proper farming techniques are a crucial part of acquiring premium hemp plants that embody the highest level of cannabinoids.
After hemp crops reach full maturity and head for extraction, it’s time to combine the CBD with a fatty carrier oil. This is a vital part of the process because this fatty component allows for greater absorption and effectiveness.
CBD is a fat-soluble substance and needs some type of fat to bind to for the compounds to fully absorb into the bloodstream for proper effectiveness.
During this process of integrating the carrier oils, the ratio of carrier oil to cannabinoids fluctuates depending on the desired level of concentration.
Some companies include specialized terpene blends into their oil for added wellness benefits. In doing this, you can boost the product’s effectiveness since terpenes are known to increase absorption.
Companies also take the time to combine terpenes to elevate the desired effect of the product.
You’re probably wondering which concentrations are considered “extra strength.” This is typically going to be CBD oils labeled with 2,000mg of CBD and higher.
Everyone hopes to achieve something different from CBD oil. This is one of the defining factors in which concentration is best for you. When you’re shopping for CBD oil, you’ll see a wide range of concentrations available.
How do you know which one is right for you?
If you’re new to CBD oil, you want to start with one of the more standard concentrations. The average starting concentration for CBD oils comes in around 500mg per bottle. However, there are low-concentration options out there with 300mg of CBD per bottle.
This is a good starting point because it’s a low enough concentration to get a feel for CBD’s effects and how it personally affects you.
On the other hand, if you have a little experience with CBD, you can look into boosting your CBD oil concentration. This is an excellent move for those who started out with a standard concentration but feel it’s just not hitting the mark and delivering the same results.
It’s natural to build a tolerance to CBD oil when you’re taking it consistently. As your tolerance level increases, you have to adjust your serving amount accordingly.
If you fall into this category, you’re someone who may benefit from a higher concentration of CBD oil.
You want to pay attention to three main things when you’re shopping for extra strength CBD oil. The first thing you want to look for is what actions are taken when prospective companies grow their hemp.
Organic farming techniques are necessary during the farming process because hemp plants tend to soak up everything in the surrounding soil—good and bad.
In fact, with the onset of industrial hemp under The Farm Bill of 2018, there are individual states and farming sites the government tests the soil for to make sure it’s free of toxins, etc.
When hemp goes through these many layers of quality checks, the end results are high-quality crops ready to be transformed into high-quality CBD oil—free from pesticides, toxins, and chemicals.
The extraction process is equally essential when it comes to the quality of the end product. Many prefer the CO2 extraction process because it produces a purer oil without any unwanted chemical residuals.
Last but definitely not least, premium products always have third-party lab results that are easily located on the company website. It’s going to be these lab results that certify the concentration of your extra-strength CBD oil.
You can see the concentration of the oil, the full cannabinoid profile, as well as any stuff that shouldn’t be there, like heavy metals, mycotoxins, and chemicals.
These are some of the primary things to focus on when looking for a new extra-strength CBD oil.
The only difference between your standard CBD oil and extra strength oils are the number of cannabinoids in the oil—the concentration.
If you’re thinking about an extra-strength CBD oil, keep in mind this is something you should work your way up to after you’ve built a tolerance to the standard concentrations.
One of the best things about CBD is you can personalize your experience based on your needs and how those needs fluctuate. Also, how extra strength oils play an essential role in this part of the process.
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