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CBD Isolate

CBD isolate is one of the most interesting CBD products available because it’s the purest form of cannabidiol. When it comes to a CBD product that’s absolutely void of anything else – look no further.

Read along to understand how isolate is made, its benefits, and how it compares to other CBD-based products.

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What is CBD Isolate?

CBD isolate comes in the form of 99% pure CBD crystals or powder. One glance at isolate will automatically tell you that you’re dealing with a high-quality product. The tiny crystals glisten in the sun like diamonds, and the powder form is a heavenly white.

However, the road to creating this ultra-pure product is long. Although we’d love to get in-depth on every step of the process, we’ll go over the basics so that you have a fundamental understanding.

First, hemp plants are used as the base material for extraction. This is because hemp plants contain a significant amount of CBD and a low concentration of THC.

Next, the hemp flowers are run through the CO2 or ethanol process of extraction. This process involves high temperature and high pressure. After this initial step, extraction technicians are left with a full-spectrum CBD oil.

Full-spectrum CBD oils are filled with cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids. However, since the end goal is to create a 99% pure isolate product, multiple refinement steps are necessary.

It’s at this point that multiple techniques are utilized to separate any cannabinoid, terpene, and flavonoid that isn’t CBD. One method of singling out various compounds is by manipulating the temperature to reach specific boiling points. However, this may be problematic in the event that the CBD compound is accidentally removed as well.

This is why some CBD extraction companies opt to use preparative chromatography as their primary separation technique. Preparative chromatography utilizes high-performance liquid chromatography to separate compounds from a given sample. In this case, all cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids are removed – except CBD.

After this technical process, the end result is 99% pure isolate. Depending on various factors, the isolate may be crystallized or in powder form.

The Benefits of CBD Isolate

The primary reason why isolate is growing in popularity is because it’s incredibly versatile. Let’s take a look at the many ways you can use isolate.

#1 THC Free

If you’ve ever been worried about using CBD-based products due to trace amounts of THC, then this is what you’ve been looking for.

Since THC is stripped during the refinement process, you’re nearly guaranteed to have a product that’s free of THC. However, the only way to genuinely guarantee this fact is by checking the lab results that should be easily accessible from the manufacturer.

Aside from THC, nothing else exists in CBD isolate except CBD.

#2 Tasteless

For some, having a tasteless CBD product is a necessity. Some individuals don’t enjoy the cannabis-like flavor from many CBD oils and edibles.

Isolate is tasteless because it’s void of all terpenes, which are stripped away during the purification process.

#3 Dabbing Isolate

Yes – you can dab isolate. Since isolate is free of any solvents, it’s fairly easy to dab. All you’ll need is a tiny amount to drop onto a quartz banger, and – voila!

#4 Dosing Made Easy

When you look at isolate, you’re staring at a nearly pure product. That means that a little goes a long way. Simply measure a small amount and pick a method for consumption. As you gain a bit of experience, you can accurately pinpoint your appropriate dose – every time.

#5 Versatile

Isolates are incredibly versatile because they can be used in a number of different ways. You can add it to oil to make your own tincture. Sprinkle it over your food to turn your meal into a CBD-infused treat. You can even smoke isolate directly or mixed with additional CBD flowers.

Whatever method you choose, isolate is nearly limitless in its methods of use. Here are more tips on how you can use isolate to easily incorporate it into your daily routine.

  • Add to capsules
  • Place a small amount under your tongue
  • Add it to your vaporizer oil
  • Infuse into oil and turn it into a topical
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How CBD Isolate Compares to Other CBD Products

Although isolate is pure, it doesn’t mean that it’s the best CBD product available. Certain individuals will benefit from full-spectrum CBD oils, broad-spectrum CBD oil, and isolate. In other words, it depends on what works for you.

However, CBD isolate does guarantee that it’s free of THC and other compounds, which separates it significantly from all other CBD products.

What Can CBD Isolate Be Used For?

Isolate can be used to support a wide range of mental and physical issues. This means that it should be used in conjunction with other healthy habits, such as a sound diet and daily exercise.

A significant amount of research shows that CBD is beneficial for a wide variety of issues, such as assisting with seizures, pain management, anxiety, and depression. [1][2][3]

Furthermore, ongoing research shows that a number of issues that affect a large portion of society can be supported by CBD, such as

  • Insomnia[4]
  • Drug Addiction[5]
  • Loss of Appetite[6]
  • Cancer[7]
  • And Many More

Considerations When Purchasing Isolate

When you’re ready to buy, the primary consideration that you must take into account is the lab test. Isolate should always have an attached lab result on the package or via a scannable QR code. When viewed, the CBD isolate should show one result – CBD.

Once you’ve ensured that your product is free of other compounds or residual solvents, you can enjoy the supportive effects that CBD isolate has to offer.


[1] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6143706/

[2] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29885468

[3] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6222489/

[4] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6326553/

[5] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30273593

[6] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2906701/

[7] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5852356/