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Why full- and broad-spectrum CBD oils are better than products based on the isolated CBD form

The development of plant medicine has taken place long before we have begun to record human history. Century after century, we have learned to utilize the treasures and powers of nature and its countless health benefits.

It's no secret that Western medicine has directly and indirectly taken components from plants and turned them into laboratory-based products. Despite the human desire to invent and use synthetic chemistry to create new drugs, it is nature that creates molecules.

Aristotle taught us that "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts".

Since products based on both pure CBD and synthetic CBD are now on the market, it is more important than ever to know the differences between phytocannabinoid products based on hvv. whole plant, full- and broad-spectrum as well as isolated versions.


The principle of using the whole plant is practiced in many cultures, including modern Western herbal medicine. The idea is that the plant's effects are safer, more reliable and effective than if you extract isolated chemical compounds from different parts of the plant.

Hemp contains a symphony of over 400 components such as cannabidiol (CBD), secondary phytocannabinoids, terpenoids, terpenes and flavonoids. It has a system so that the various components are kept in balance. These components work in synergy to increase the positive, therapeutic effects of cannabidiol and naturally outcompete other less desirable components that come along with the plant.

When individual components are extracted from certain plants, the components can be toxic, like morphine from the poppy plant or cocaine from the cocoa leaf. It is the combination of other plant components and chemicals that can inhibit harsh effects.

It is also important to consider the quality of non-GMO genetic breeding. We grow a selection of EU-certified genetics on GLOBALG.AP certified fields, and make sure to live up to sustainable farming methods.


In 1998, two Israeli researchers coined the term "entourage effect" to describe their research findings that taking all the natural chemicals found in cannabis is more beneficial than just taking a single molecule compound.

Hemp has a wide variety of phytocannabinoids, which are unique chemical compounds. Leading the way is cannabidiol (CBD), the non-psychoactive cannabinoid that has been shown to have the greatest potential for achieving wellness effects from hemp. It is accompanied by other cannabinoids such as tetrahydrocannabinol, tetrahydrocannabivarin, cannabigerol, cannabichromene and cannabinol.

This merry band of cannabinoids works like a lock and key with the endocannabinoid system (ECS), a vital receptor system found in the immune system, central nervous system, brain, organs, connective tissue and glands. This relationship affects many of our crucial biological processes such as sleep, digestion, cognition, appetite, pain management, hormone balance, and inflammation and many more.

The terpenes, a large collection of aromatic and flavorful organic hydrocarbons, are also under scrutiny and their possible influence on plant care is being investigated further. Terpenes are the building blocks of plant hormones, sterols, pigments and cannabinoids. They have been shown to cooperate with the ECS and the immune, nervous and gastrointestinal systems.

About 20 flavonoids, a large family of phytonutrients, have been identified in the cannabis plant. They are known to produce the non-green color in plants, e.g. the red in raspberries. They also contain a large amount of antioxidants. Along with cannabidiol, terpenes and other cannabis phytonutrients, the use of hemp flavonoids is being investigated further.


It is well known and documented that full spectrum products are more effective than products based on an isolated form. Plants have nourished and nurtured humanity for tens of thousands of years. They have the ability to orchestrate groups of chemical compounds that have profound effects on human health and well-being. As technology moves forward in search of new health solutions, science sometimes has to


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