Full Spectrum Oils
Our CBD full spectrum oils are organic and contain only the finest extract with no added flavours. Made from natural and organic 99.9% certified hemp CBD.
Our CBD oils do have a mild ‘hemp’ taste, with most customers absolutely loving the organic taste.
Others may find adjusting to the natural taste of full spectrum CBD oils a bit difficult, but do not worry! If this is the case we have you covered. Just head over to our flavoured CBD sprays to find a flavour you love, or even check out our edible CBD section!
What is full spectrum CBD oil?
Full spectrum CBD oils are generally hemp-based tinctures, designed for sublingual use. They have the name “full spectrum” because they contain CBD, plus the full spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids that occur naturally in cannabis plants.
Full spectrum oils are made using whole-plant extracts, which incorporate all of the natural components of the plant. Cannabis is said to contain well over 60 cannabinoids apart from the more popular ones like CBD and THC. Hemp is technically classified a form of cannabis, however it is unique in that it has a very low THC % and high CBD content.
Full spectrum CBD oils contain THC, a cannabinoid well known for its psychoactive properties. Since all of the oils on this page are hemp-based, they contain no more than 0.02% THC, which is the legal limitation in the UK. That isn’t nearly enough THC to get you high or cause you to fail a drug test.
How to identify full spectrum CBD oil
Unfortunately, a lot of CBD oils that claim to be full spectrum, are really not. A label is not enough to ensure whether a CBD oil is in fact full spectrum. All of our CBD Products have been lab tested and have the results to prove what you will be buying. The top CBD brands provide up to date testing for every batch of full spectrum CBD oil from credible labs.
You’ll notice that they test for a wide range of cannabinoids and true full spectrum CBD oils will test for other cannabinoids apart from CBD. If they don’t contain any THC, then they are not truly full spectrum. They would technically be considered “broad spectrum” CBD oil.
Why use full spectrum CBD?
Many people claim that full spectrum CBD oil is more effective than just CBD in its isolated form. There have been studies conducted that support this notion, but there is still a lot more research that needs to be done on this subject.
The reason for this is known as the entourage effect. This refers to the interaction between various cannabinoids and terpenes. There are some high quality broad spectrum CBD oils that can provide a similar effect without THC