What is the difference between Complete Iso & Complete Spectrum?

What Is The Difference Between Complete ISO & Complete Spectrum?

Complete Iso

CBD isolate (often labeled as “pure CBD” or just “CBD oil”) is extracted through our supercritical CO2 method where only one compound of the plant – CBD – is extracted to an oil, then cooled until it forms crystals. The crystals are then turned into a powder. The isolate results in a single molecular compound of strictly CBD. There are no other molecular compounds of value found in the isolate. The ISO is complete THC FREE and best fitting for you if you need to operate any vehicles or heavy machinery. It's safe and effective for government employees or anyone who is or may be drug tested for THC.

 

 

 

Complete Spectrum

A ‘Complete Spectrum’ product refers to the method of plant extraction to an oil, which includes the whole plant and all of its compounds, therefore containing an array of cannabinoids (such as CBD, CBG, CBC, THCV, CBN etc) and terpenes. The compounds of the whole plant remain intact in the extracted oil. With Complete Spectrum products, you have a effect which is called the “Entourage Effect.” This is where all the cannabinoids and terpenes work together in synergy, something that CBD isolate will not have.

 

 

 

Our Quality & Integrity

 

 

 

Organically Grown

From organically grown hemp under full compliance and supervision of various states' Agricultural Hemp Pilot Program.

Packaged within our FDA certified facilities and under strict FDA guidance.

Full chain of custody for every batch showing where it was derived from for compliance and protection child resistant tops with calibrated glass droppers.

 

 

Lab Tested

Tested numerous times to ensure purity, potency and safety both by independent third party labs and at our own ISO/IEC 17025 certified labs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CO2 Supercritical Extraction

Extracted using only the most technologically advanced supercritical methods to achieve 99% pure standards Our hemp oils and hemp derivatives maintain a 1:1 weight density ratio.