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Full Spectrum CBD vs CBD Isolate – Which CBD is best?

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Medicinal Hemp industry is growing extremely fast in the UK. There being a large number of CBD products available isn’t a bad thing, though it can make choosing the right product for you more difficult. We at CBD Embrace are here to help you choose the best product and dosage.



CBD products come in a wide variety of concentrations. The amount of CBD they contain per bottle, gummy, capsule or tub can usually be stated on the front product label. Some products display this through “mg” such as 250mg, 500mg, or 1,000mg. Other CBD products, typically CBD Oil Drops may state the Strength a percentage, such as 2%, 5%, or 10% cannabidiol (CBD).
We at CBD Embrace label our products with “mg” and ensure each and every single product contains the specified amount along with batch test purity levels to ensure our customers receive only the highest quality product.
Higher strengths of CBD will likely have a greater effect, though it’s not recommended to start with a high strength if you haven’t taken CBD before.
Try starting with CBD Products containing a lower to moderate dosage/strength such as CBD Embrace 250mg Oil Drops, then gradually working your way up to a higher dosage if needed such as the 500mg or 1000mg Oil Drops. By monitoring the relief or effects over several days you can make the necessary adjustments. If you don’t achieve the desired effect then increase your dosage. Once you achieve a desirable level of relief you will be able to learn what concentration of CBD is best for you.



Dose per serving is another factor to consider before purchasing CBD oil. Most Oil drops utilise a 1ml Dropper. For example, a 1000mg 10ml Oil Drops product will contain 100mg CBD per ml. 1 full dropper (1ml) = 100mg.
A cheaper product such as 250mg CBD will contain 25mg CBD per dropper (1ml). Even though higher concentrated products might be more expensive, they often provide greater value to the customer. So if you have worked out your optimal dose of CBD, decide whether or not switching to a higher concentration saves you money in the long-run. For example, a 500mg bottle of CBD Embrace Oil Drops costs less than if you were to buy two 250mg bottles.



The two main types of CBD Oils on the market today are those made from CBD isolate and full-spectrum oils. Full Spectrum CBD contains other active compounds in addition to CBD content.
Evidence is surmounting that full-spectrum oils provide a plethora of additional benefits not available in CBD Isolates. Distillate Full Spectrum CBD often contains other cannabinoids such as CBN and CBA, CBG, as well as natural terpenes. We at CBD Embrace source only the highest quality CBD Full Spectrum raw material from USA, Colorado, and California. This ensures that each batch contains exactly the mg of CBD, as well as the other cannabinoids listed on the label. These cannabinoid compounds are supposed to work in synergy with CBD through a natural process known as the “entourage effect”.
CBD isolate is a pure, crystalline powder that contains 99% pure CBD. CBD isolate contains only CBD, no other cannabinoid compounds.

Whether you choose a CBD oil made from CBD full-spectrum or a CBD Isolate Vape Liquid, both types offer benefits. When you purchase a CBD product, manufacturers usually state if their products are “full-spectrum” on the product page, although sometimes they don’t state this as well as the purity levels and CBD quality. Look for Manufacturers or retailers with batch tested CBD purity reports. CBD Embrace skips no corners when it comes to the quality of our CBD products with full lab reports available.



Almost as important as choosing the right concentration of CBD is the delivery method. Many CBD oils are available in dropper bottle form, allowing for sublingual delivery. This means dropping CBD oil directly under the tongue, making for an efficient route of delivery utilizing the mucous membranes, as the CBD bypasses the digestive system.

When we swallow CBD oil or use capsules it has to pass through the digestive tract before moving through the hepatic portal, where it is broken down by liver enzymes. Only then will any remaining CBD be absorbed into the bloodstream. Then again, capsules allow for discreet, controlled doses of CBD to be administered with ease.
Our CBD Capsules are Vegan and Vegetarian-Friendly, perfect for those customers who would prefer to conveniently administer their CBD Dose without much hassle or working out Oil drop dosage. Manufactured using the highest quality Full spectrum CBD. Some individuals also inhale their CBD using vaporizers. It’s best for you as a conscious consumer to conduct some research on the different methods of intake to determine which route works best for you, but hopefully, we’ve outlined a general helpful starter guide.



Vaping CBD or using an e-cigarette is one of the most popular ways to ingest CBD. By inhaling CBD into our lungs, the compounds can pass directly into our bloodstream, completely bypassing the digestive process which lowers bioavailability. Meaning that Vaping allows more CBD to be absorbed compared to many other delivery methods.
Many people pick this method if they want to feel the benefits of CBD quickly, and as more and more people use e-cigarettes, it is also convenient. All of our CBD E-Liquids contain 99% Pure CBD, c02 extracted from California, ensuring optimum purity, free from pesticides, metallics & THC Free.


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