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What Is CBD Single Isolate? 

Most CBD single isolate tinctures and gummies are made from Single Isolate CBD derived from  an extraction method that is able to remove every compound in the hemp plant except for CBD.  The result is a single isolate CBD product that is a white powdery substance. CBD single isolate 

is also known as pure CBD, is an odorless and tasteless powder that contains over 99% pure CBD. This is the active ingredient in the Cannesota Single Isolate CBD tincture.  

How Is CBD Isolate Made? 

The CBD single isolate is created by using chromatography. The chromatography process to  create single isolate CBD takes out all of the natural terpenes found in the hemp plant, which  are responsible for scent, flavor, and other factors. In addition, chromatography removes unwanted cannabinoids, such as THC. Finally, this process also removes all plant matter from  the final product, single isolate CBD. 

Why CBD Isolate? 

Many people prefer CBD single isolate due to its lack of flavor and/or tasteless nature. This  makes it very easy to add to lotions, oils (coconut) for tinctures, food products such as gummies or cookies and drinks. The extraction method used to create single isolate CBD removes every  other compound including THC and plant matter. A person who needs the benefits of CBD and  who does not want to risk consuming THC or failing a drug test will often look for CBD single isolates. 

What Is Full Spectrum? 

Full-spectrum CBD products including the Cannesota Full-spectrum CBD are derived from an  extraction process that maintains the CBD from hemp, along with other common cannabinoids,  terpenes, flavonoids, and fatty acids. Full-spectrum products contain almost all of the naturally  found compounds in hemp. Full-spectrum CBD oil features all of the hemp’s chemical  compounds, including other cannabinoids such as CBN, CBVA, CBL among others. By federal law, Full-spectrum CBD oil products may contain only a trace amount of THC, less than .03% concentration.  

Full-spectrum CBD oil retains its complementary and medically applicable compounds.  Researchers have found that the cannabis plant’s minor cannabinoids have therapeutic value,  and that terpenes, flavonoids, and fatty acids support the entire endocannabinoid system.