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The Full Story on Full Spectrum CBD Products

What Exactly Is Full Spectrum CBD?

by james123

In case you haven’t heard by now, Bona Voluntate now offers Full Spectrum CBD Wholesale products! But, of course, with the launch of our brand new full spectrum CBD line, a slew of inevitable questions arise, such as:

  • What exactly is full spectrum CBD?
  • What is the difference between full spectrum CBD and broad spectrum CBD?
  • Is THC present in full spectrum CBD?
  • Is it legal to consume full-spectrum CBD?
  • Why did we choose to make full-spectrum CBD products?

So, without further ado, here’s the full story of our flagship full spectrum CBD oil products, as well as how this new formula differs from our award-winning Superior Broad Spectrum CBD oil.

What Exactly Is Full Spectrum CBD?

Full spectrum CBD products are made from industrial-grade hemp, just like broad spectrum CBD and CBD isolate products. Full Spectrum CBD Wholesale, on the other hand, uses the entire range of cannabinoids, terpenes, essential oils, and flavonoids found in the hemp plant. Full spectrum CBD products maximize the entourage effect by containing a wide range of phytocannabinoids, including THC.

When it comes down to it, the presence of THC is the deciding factor between full spectrum and broad spectrum CBD products. However, you might be surprised at how powerful that presence can be when it comes to the power of the entourage effect.

CBD Full Spectrum vs. CBD Broad Spectrum

Because they contain nearly identical ingredients, broad spectrum CBD and full spectrum CBD products perform many of the same functions. Both CBD formulas, which were created with a variety of cannabinoids and terpenes, offer the entourage effect to varying degrees.

The primary distinction between Full Spectrum CBD Wholesale and broad spectrum CBD is that while broad spectrum CBD contains the majority of cannabinoids found in the Cannabis sativa plant, it does not contain THC. Full spectrum is minimally refined and contains THC in the legal amount.

As a result, if THC is a major concern for you – whether you have to take regular drug tests or live in a state where ordering products containing THC is prohibited – our THC-free* The Superior Broad Spectrum formula may be a better option for you.

Is THC present in full spectrum CBD?

Yes. Although the amount of THC in Full Spectrum CBD Wholesale products is small, it is sufficient to cause the entourage effect in your endocannabinoid system. At the same time, the THC content of full spectrum CBD products is insufficient to get you high.


The answer to whether full spectrum CBD will show up on drug tests is a little more complicated than a simple yes or no. While THC in full spectrum CBD will not get you high, it can cause a false positive on a drug test if consumed in sufficient quantities.

This leads to the next question: is full spectrum CBD legal?

Is CBD Full Spectrum Legal?

Although full spectrum CBD contains THC, our Full Spectrum CBD Wholesale formula contains less than the federally legal maximum amount of THC, which means it contains less than 0.3 percent THC. You can travel, fly, and order our products across state lines because we adhere to federal THC regulations.

However, not every company that manufactures or claims to manufacture full spectrum CBD products follows federal regulations. Before you make that final purchase, regardless of which CBD company you choose, make sure they provide independent ISO certified third-party testing results.

Why Did We Decide to Make Full Spectrum CBD Products?

While our broad spectrum CBD products are fantastic (and the ideal solution for those who want the benefits of CBD without the risk of failing a drug test), they do not fully utilise the entourage effect. As a result, broad spectrum CBD does not provide full plant benefits.

This is where full spectrum CBD shines.

The cannabinoids in our Wholesale Full Spectrum CBD formula are better able to play off of each other and increase the benefits you’ll receive by incorporating a trace of THC. Because, like the rest of our products, we want to provide you with only the best CBD oil products.

The Advantages of Full Spectrum CBD

Full spectrum CBD products provide a whole-plant experience while staying within the federally legal THC limit (less than 0.3 percent). While the entourage effect is similar to that of broad spectrum CBD oil, as previously stated, the presence of THC increases the entourage effect so that you receive the most benefits possible. Of course, in a safe and controlled formula.

Having said that, CBD oil provides the same fantastic benefits as our traditional broad spectrum CBD oil, including:

  • fostering a state of calm and relaxation
  • Boosting your mood
  • Keeping emotional homeostasis
  • Enhancing your sleep
  • Managing Your Sleep Cycle

The Entourage Effect and the Key Cannabinoids

Wholesale Full Spectrum CBD really shines when it comes to utilising the entourage effect. Although broad spectrum CBD contains the majority of the cannabinoids found in the Cannabis sativa plant, CBD formulas can contain them all.

When a CBD formula contains more than just CBD, as many do, the cannabinoids work together to support one another within your body. While CBD and THC are the most well-known cannabinoids, many CBD products also contain other cannabinoids such as CBG, CBN, and CBC.

CBG, or cannabigerol, is classified as a minor cannabinoid because it is produced in smaller quantities by the Cannabis sativa plant than other cannabinoids. In fact, it is less than 1%. That being said, cannabigerolic acid (CBGA), the acidic form of CBG, is known as the all-powerful “mother cannabinoid,” because many of the other cannabinoids found in the plant began as CBGA before degrading into the various other cannabinoids.

Cannabinol, also known as CBN

Is, in some ways, the polar opposite of CBG. While CBG degrades into other cannabinoids, CBN is formed within the Cannabis sativa plant as it matures, and THC degrades into CBN. This also means that as the hemp plant matures, its composition shifts from THC to CBN. CBN, because of its relationship to THC, can be used to determine the maturity of a hemp plant. The higher the CBN content of a hemp plant, the older it is.

Despite its origins, CBN lacks the psychoactive properties of THC and has only about a fourth of THC’s potency. CBN’s reputation as “the sleepy cannabinoid” distinguishes it from the other cannabinoids found in the Cannabis sativa plant. Having said that, the vast majority of research into CBN and its relationship to sleep has been conducted on animals.

CBC (cannabichromene) is included in our  CBD formula to prevent endocannabinoid inactivation and increase the entourage effect’s benefits. Some research suggests that CBC may also support your gastrointestinal health by interacting with your CB2 receptors.

While CBD, THC, CBG, and CBN all interact with your body via the endocannabinoid system (ECS), their effects differ slightly. CBG, for example, bonds with your ECS in the same way that THC does, and by binding to the CB1 receptors in your brain, it may actually counteract THC’s effects. CBD, on the other hand, typically only affects your ECS’s CB2 receptors.

CBN, like CBG, can bind to CB1 and CB2 receptors. CBN can enhance the psychoactive effects of THC as part of the entourage effect. However, without further research, the full extent of CBN’s benefits are unknown. And, as previously stated, CBC may aid in the maintenance of your gastrointestinal system’s health (although this also requires further study).

Our CBD Full Spectrum Products

Our Wholesale Full Spectrum CBD products are designed with a brand new unique formula of CBD, CBG, CBN, and CBC to provide a complete, whole-plant, whole-body CBD experience. Not to mention that, like the rest of our products, they are small, simple to use, and portable.

As previously stated, our CBD line promotes a sense of calm and relaxation while assisting in the management of daily stress and supporting your daily wellness routine. And, of course, the entourage effect amplifies all of the advantages.

To kick off our first-ever Wholesale Full Spectrum CBD line, we’ve included two fan favourites: CBD tinctures and capsules.

Tinctures of Full Spectrum CBD Oil

Our full spectrum CBD oil tinctures come in chocolate mint or natural flavours and a range of strengths, including 750 mg, 1500 mg, and 3000 mg CBD concentrations.  CBD oil tinctures, like our broad spectrum CBD oil tinctures, can be taken directly, mixed with your morning coffee, or added to your favourite recipe.

And, like our other tinctures, they’re simple to measure with our calibrated dropper, allowing you to get the precise benefits you require in 30 minutes. Our full spectrum CBD oil tinctures are available in either a natural earthy flavour or a delicious chocolate mint flavour that is perfect for any dessert. They contain a variety of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids for the full entourage effect experience.

CBD Capsules with a Broad Spectrum

Our Wholesale Full Spectrum CBD capsules, like our brand new tinctures, provide all of the amazing benefits associated with the whole-plant entourage effect, but in a more convenient form. Our CBD capsules, unlike our full spectrum CBD oil tinctures, are only available in one concentration, though we do offer 30-count or 60-count bottles.

With 33 mg of  CBD in each capsule, our CBD softgels are the most convenient and foolproof way to get the CBD benefits you want without the hassle of measuring. Don’t worry, our softgels contain the same cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenes found in our  CBD tinctures.

Full spectrum CBD softgels are ideal for those who want all of the benefits of full spectrum CBD without the mess that comes with oil. Furthermore, there is no need to hold softgels under your tongue before swallowing, allowing you to resume your normal routine without delay. CBD capsules, on the other hand, will take a little longer to reach your bloodstream than our CBD tinctures because they must first pass through your digestive system.

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