What is the difference between CBD and full spectrum hemp?Updated 14 days ago
CBD is the major compound in Ned Full Spectrum Hemp products.
CBD, on its own as an isolate, however, has limited benefit. Not to mention, it requires excessive processing and nasty solvents.
Think of CBD as the lead singer in a rock band - it gets all the hype and glory, but without bandmates (in this case, the rest of the hemp plant), it could never reach its full potential.
That’s where full spectrum hemp comes in. While CBD is the most plentiful cannabinoid in the hemp plant, think of the full spectrum hemp not just as a band, but an entire orchestra! The hemp plant naturally consists of over 200 cannabinoids like CBD, CBC, CBG, and CBDV, all of which have their own distinct benefits.
Additionally, the hemp plant consists of other beneficial compounds like terpenes, trichomes, and flavonoids. When all these compounds come together, the way nature intended, we achieve what’s known as the 'entourage effect,' which is where CBD and all the other compounds achieve their maximum impact.
Ned hemp products are crafted exclusively using full spectrum hemp. Through our superior genetics and cold-extraction process, we maintain the biological integrity of the hemp plant so that you can experience CBD as it was designed by the natural world.
Dive deeper into the conversation here, Full Spectrum Decoded.