You may have heard about Bona Voluntate’s new broad spectrum Distillate. If not, we’ll give you a quick overview today so you can decide if this particular form of CBD is right for you. There are certain advantages to using CBD Full Spectrum Distillate over other kinds of CBD. Let’s look at a few things to help you decide: the endocannabinoid system and how it works, the entourage effect and why it matters, and the specialised form of CBD Full Spectrum Distillate in a softgel capsule.
We’ll go over why it’s a little different and why you might choose this type of CBD over another or use it in conjunction with other CBD products.
First, we’ll look at the endocannabinoid system and the entourage effect, which both play a role in why we designed this CBD product for you.
What Exactly Is an Endocannabinoid System?
When discussing the benefits of CBD products, it’s helpful to understand the endocannabinoid system (ECS) and what it implies for you when selecting CBD products. CBD receptors were found in the 1980s, followed by the discovery of anandamide, the body’s natural endocannabinoid, which was credited to Israeli doctor Lumir Hanus as recently as 1992.
Since then, there has been much conjecture, thinking, and debate over why the body generates and uses its own cannabis-like chemical. The most widely accepted explanation is that the body has its own endocannabinoid system with active receptors that operate as intake points for cannabinoids and other cannabis plant components that are similar to the body’s own natural anandamide. This is one of the reasons we add more than just CBD in our Full Spectrum CBD Wholesale products; it is believed that these receptors process all cannabinoids, not just CBD.
While research into how the ECS works and whether it is, in fact, its own body system is still ongoing, cannabis and Full Spectrum CBD Wholesale are overjoyed to have an explanation for what they’ve been saying for decades – that elements of the cannabis plant have benefits for us and our bodies welcome those benefits.
What Exactly Is the Entourage Effect?
The entourage effect is another key consideration when selecting CBD products. Let’s look at what that is and why it’s important to you.
The entourage effect was proposed by Israeli academicians and researchers Mechoulam and Shimon Ben-Shabat in 1999, who proposed that employing the whole spectrum of materials in a botanical plant is more beneficial than using isolated elements. The assumption is that these cannabinoids will act together to benefit the user more.
Much more research is needed in both the endocannabinoid system and the entourage effect to give a huge body of evidence to teach us more about how our systems interact with CBD, terpenes, and other cannabinoid chemicals.
What Exactly Is a Full Spectrum CBD Distillate?
We interchangeably use the terms full spectrum CBD Distillate and full spectrum CBD capsules, so if you see both, know that they relate to the same Full Spectrum CBD Wholesale product.
Full spectrum CBD is packed in a softgel capsule that is easy to consume. Our CBD softgel capsules include 33 mg of full spectrum CBD, CBG, CBN, and CBC, as well as all the beneficial flavonoids, terpenes, and fatty acids found in hemp.
These broad spectrum Distillate come in two sizes: 1000 mg and 2000 mg. Unlike some of our other CBD product alternatives, these milligramme distinctions do not represent the actual concentration of CBD and other cannabinoids, but rather the amount per bottle. This implies that when you buy the 1000 mg bottle, you get 30 capsules with a strength of 33 mg, and when you buy the 2000 mg bottle, you get twice as many capsules but not twice the concentration of CBD. This is useful for folks who choose to take two Distillate capsules as a serving size, allowing them to acquire a month’s worth of capsules per bottle.
What Are the Advantages of Full Spectrum Distillate CBD?
There are numerous advantages to choosing CBD Full Spectrum Distillate over broad range CBD. The first involves the addition of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), while the second concerns how you use CBD products as part of your everyday wellness routine.
CBD Advantages: Full Spectrum vs. Broad Spectrum
The key consideration in deciding between the two is whether or not you want THC in your product. THC is selectively included in full spectrum formulations but not in broad spectrum formulations (which may contain trace amounts from the extraction process).
Many people find that the addition of THC helps with daily stress or sleep and prefer to take the CBD Full Spectrum Distillate, even though both CBD Full Spectrum Distillate and broad spectrum have CBD advantages. Both interact with your endocannabinoid system to give CBD’s health and wellness advantages, although the complete spectrum is thought to lean more toward the entourage effect than the broad spectrum.
Either alternative provides wellness benefits such as more calm, more comfortable sleep, and a stronger sense of balance inside your body, but for some people, the additional benefit of THC, in proportions less than 0.3 percent by law, is sought. Of course, this is a personal choice for you depending on your choices, needs, and feelings about THC and what it can do for your overall health.
Tinctures vs. Distillates
CBD tinctures may be familiar to you or you may have tried them in the past. You may also use CBD tinctures on a daily basis, in which case you are aware that these CBD products are self-measured. They are available in a number of tastes and intensities, and they are metered with a small dropper attached to the bottle. While this option allows you to have complete control over serving quantities and develop your own CBD wellness routine, some individuals are frightened by all of the measurement – or it’s simply inconvenient for them.
The full spectrum CBD tinctures and Distillate both include the same patented blend of hemp extract: a whole bouquet of beneficial plant ingredients such as cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and fatty acids. The Distillate, on the other hand, contains gelatin, glycerin, and vitamin E.
Let us analyse the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Tinctures containing CBD
It is available in a variety of strengths and tastes.
Serving sizes are easily adjustable.
If wanted, can be poured into a beverage instead than consuming by mouth.
Measurement takes more consideration.
Due to human error in measuring, measurements may not be exact.
It takes a little longer to measure and swallow.
Some folks may prefer a capsule form over a flavoured liquid.
To keep the product viable, keep it away from heat and light.
Distillate of CBD
It’s simple to swallow.
Take one or two capsules with a glass of water for a quick fix.
Each time, correct amounts are pre-measured.
It’s more convenient for on-the-go.
Vitamin E supplementation
There are fewer options for strengths.
Pre-measured means less flexibility in adjusting serving sizes.
Under humid conditions, distillate might become clumped together.
Is CBD Distillate Better Than Other Types of CBD?
This response will vary depending on who you ask. There are supporters of both, and some people switch between the two depending on their stress levels or sleep troubles, which alter with the seasons. Some people combine the two for a more individualised CBD wellness strategy.
Is one better than the other? It’s not so much an issue of superiority as it is that broad range CBD products and Full Spectrum CBD Distillate products serve slightly distinct functions. We believe they are both vital for establishing the right CBD routine to match your needs and lifestyle because they are each unique in their own way.
The incorporation of THC is a frequently asked question. Some people are cautious about consuming it in CBD products because of its relationship with the “high” feeling associated with marijuana. The simplest explanation is that the low THC concentrations in full spectrum products (0.3 percent is the legal THC concentration level) are insufficient to induce a psychogenic effect or make you feel high. They are, however, sufficient to provide a sensation of serenity that many people claim is beneficial if they are more prone to stress-reaction or are not “excellent sleepers.” For these people, full spectrum CBD may be preferable because it is more suited to their needs.
Do You Really Need Full Spectrum CBD Distillate?
If you’re already using CBD, you might be wondering if you should upgrade to full spectrum CBD products like these softgel capsules.
First, ask yourself the following questions:
Do I require additional CBD products to feel peaceful during the day?
Do I require further assistance in obtaining enough rest? (You can either switch to Full Spectrum CBD Distillate products or simply use a CBD sleep aid at night.)
How Do You Take the Full Spectrum Distillate If You Switch?
If you switch to softgel capsules, you’ll need to do some math. First, figure out how much CBD you’re currently taking.
If you take the 1500 mg tinctures, for example, you are using a product with a 50 mg concentration per serving (1 dropper). However, if you’re taking 34 of a dropper, that’s 37.5 mg of CBD (and other hemp extract mix components) per dose. Then, converting to capsules containing 33 mg each capsule is a reasonably comparable comparison. It is not difficult to make the move, but you must first determine how much CBD you are taking at each meal.
Remember that you can add extra milligrammes to a serving size by using the tinctures in addition to a softgel, or you can take two Distillate instead of one. But remember to do the math. You can also consult your doctor regarding serving sizes, or you can visit our website and communicate with a specialist via our chat option to receive clarification on concentrations. Simply browsing the site will bring up the chat box. We welcome any inquiries you may have concerning our goods.
What Should You Do If You’re a CBD Newbie?
If you’ve never used CBD products before but want to reap the benefits of CBD, here are a few tips to help you get started:
Choose a concentration that is appropriate for your size. Begin at the bottom and work your way up as needed.
Take the same serving amount twice a day, usually in the morning and at night.
Place the oil under your tongue for 30 seconds before swallowing the tinctures. Take one or two capsules with a glass of water. Make sure you take the same dosage every day.
After 30 days, review your progress and make any necessary adjustments.
You may suffer slight nausea or dry mouth at first, but if this occurs, reduce the dosage and give your body time to acclimatise. Again, track your success for 30 days before increasing your serving size because this allows you to feel the effects of the product as it accumulates in your system and achieves a stable consistency.
If you start with Full Spectrum CBD Distillate and find it “too much for you,” you can either reduce the dosage or switch to broad spectrum.
To fulfil more specific needs, use any of the topical preparations in addition to the daily dosages of tincture or distillate.