CBD is derived from the hemp plant. Cannabinoids are then extracted from the plant. Commercially CBD is becoming very popular due to the ease of use and health benefits.
So how does CBD become “full spectrum?”
Full spectrum, which is also known as, “Whole plant” means the entire plants extracts are included into the cbd. With those extras, there are added cannabinoids or molecules which can be beneficial to your health. Natural terpenes, essential vitamins, fatty acids, and protein can be found in full spectrum cbd.
We actually recommend you get full spectrum, and a product that is non-GMO, with zero preservatives or fillers that can be found in lower grade products.
When you try full spectrum cbd, instead of an isolate. Benefits are clearly shown after a week’s use. You’ll notice joint pain that has lingered and troubled you may dissapate. This would be a clear sign that the cbd is working and being a positive change to your body.
Why do you need extra vitamins, fatty acids, and protein?
The vitamins that can be found in full spectrum cbd are;
Vitamin A – Important for Vision, Immune system, Reproduction.
Vitamin C – Antioxidant, May Help High Blood Pressure, Can prevent many diseases.
Vitamin E – Antioxidant, prevent heart disease, prevent diabetes, helps immune system, and even cataracts.
Niacin – Lowers cholesterol, helps arthritis, boosts brain function.
Riboflavin – Breaks down fats, proteins, and carbs. Helps equalize overall body’s energy.
Thiamine – Breaks down carbs, in foods.
Zinc – Assists immune system, helps wounds heal.
Potassium – regulates water balance in body, helps heart maintain it’s normal rhythm.
Iron – helps healthy red blood cells, which carries oxygen from the lungs.
Calcium – Assists with building bones, overall bone health, allows blood to clot. Also helps muscles contract.
Phosphorus – Assists calcium to help build bones, assists in body’s energy production.
Fatty Acids – Helps manage inflammation, brain function, and heart function.
Plant Protein – improves metabolic health, helps gain muscle mass and strength.
We believe the answer is simple, all of these benefits above by going full spectrum allow everything to work as a team to tackle all of the essential nutrients your body needs.