CBD Isolate Benefits



CBD Isolate has a handful of benefits over other types of CBD products. In this video we look at each one!

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The Complete Guide to CBD Isolate

Benefits of CBD Isolate:

Isolate has 0% THC
The negative stereotypes associated with cannabis are in large part thanks to THC. THC is a cannabinoid, just like CBD, found in cannabis.

The difference is that THC has physcoactive effects, resulting in a high when consumed in large enough quantities, CBD doesn’t have those cause any such effects.

So… if the reason you’ve avoided CBD products is you are worried about the high… you don’t have to worry with Isolate.

Same goes for drug tests. CBD is not even tested for by the major drug tests in the United States, making it completely safe for people in sport or work environments with a zero-tolerance policy for THC.

We should mention that even Full Spectrum CBD products don’t have enough THC in them to get you high or fail a drug test.

That being said, it is still a part of the product. So if you want to be 100% sure you’ll pass that drug test, or not have any high, CBD Isolate is the way to go.

Isolate is Less Expensive
Another complaint that we hear a lot about CBD products is that they are very expensive. CBD products range in price greatly but Isolate products generally run cheaper.

If you compare Isolates by the gram to that of 1000mg (1 gram) Oil products you’ll often find that the isolate is at least half of the price!

Dosing Is Easy
Dosing with Oils, Vaping or Dabbing, and topical CBD products can be at best a math problem, and at worst a guessing game.

Not so with Isolates since they come as a fine, white powder. If you’ve ever baked a cake, or measured out a tablespoon of your favorite spice then you can dose Isolate.

Worst case scenario you’ll have to convert grams to teaspoons. The conversion is 4.2 grams per teaspoon, btw.
The same dosing rules apply to Isolates as other normal CBD products though.
1. Start Small – .02 to 1 mg per 10lbs of body weight is recommended
2. Stay Consistent – Effects often take a few days to notice since there is no ‘high’
3. Increase Slowly – Be conservative!
4. Monitor Side Effects – While mostly mild, pay attention to how you’re feeling!

Ease of Use
Because of way CBD isolates are made they are extremely easy to use. You can take it by itself in its powder form under your tongue or add it to a variety of products.

The products you can add it to include food and drinks, oils to make your own CBD Oil, vape juice and e-liquids, and lotions or creams for use on your skin.

We have a video that goes into much greater detail on using CBD Isolate that you can find by clicking the link at the top right of the screen!

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