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The main difference between full spectrum and broad spectrum CBD is which compounds they contain.
If a CBD product contains several naturally occurring cannabis plant extracts, such as terpenes and other cannabinoids (including up to 0.3% THC), it is full spectrum CBD.
Broad spectrum CBD also contains several cannabis plant compounds, but it is typically entirely free of THC. That said, there may sometimes be trace amounts of THC in broad spectrum CBD products.
CBD isolate is the third common form of CBD. This is the pure form of CBD, containing no other cannabis plant compounds.
However, although these terms do carry some meaning, “CBD” and related terms are not heavily regulated, so some manufacturers may use the words interchangeably or misuse them.
Chemical processes are usually used during the extraction and isolation of CBD.