- What's the difference between full-spectrum vs. broad-spectrum CBD oil?
- What is CBD isolate?
- How much should I take?
- How do I use CBD?
- How much am I really saving?
What's the difference between full-spectrum vs. broad-spectrum CBD oil?
Full spectrum is the complete extract of the hemp plant including all terpenes, cannabinoids such as CBD, CBG, CBC, and THC. Broad spectrum is the same extract that undergoes a process to remove the THC.
What is CBD isolate?
CBD isolate is a type of extract that isolates the CBD compound. While there are benefits to isolated CBD compounds, many of the benefits come from the whole plant extract. The process of creating isolate, requires solvents such as pentane, and heptane. At Durango Botanicals, we chose not to use isolate in any of our products so our customers get the best possible products available.
How much should I take?
For dosage, we recommend you consult with your physician. As with most supplements we recommend taking a smaller dosage and gradually build up over time.
How do I use CBD?
CBD can be taken orally, sublingually (under the tongue), and topically.
How much am I really saving?
At Durango Botanicals, we saw a large disconnect between farming hemp and the pricing of retail products. We heard many stories of people experiencing success with CBD but not being able to afford it for sustained use. Our products are designed to be affordable, especially for the high volume consumer. Our 500 ml bottle saves the average consumer over $1000 dollars per bottle.