All CBD products begin with an extracted oil from hemp plants. During the extraction, all the cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids are removed from the plant and then distilled and refined for use in different products. The strain of cannabis plants selected for extraction will determine the profile of the extracted oil. The concentrated oil is then refined to create one of the three types of CBD; Isolate, Broad Spectrum, or Full Spectrum CBD.
When a cannabinoid has been separated out from all other compounds and cannabinoids, it is an Isolate. Isolated Cannabidiol (CBD) is the most common right now, but any cannabinoid can be isolated.
As explained for Isolate CBD, cannabinoids can be separated from each other and isolated to use alone. Broad Spectrum CBD retains all the cannabinoids and terpenes but has isolated and removed the psychoactive cannabinoid know as THC.
The Full Spectrum classification means the hemp and hemp products have a concentration of not more than 0.3% of Delta-9 THC on a dry weight basis. SPIRO Full Spectrum CBD Products use a patented extraction process to remove all THC-D9 from the hemp plant, making this raw material a very rare 100% THC-Free Full Spectrum CBD.