Updated: Dec 11, 2020
Full-spectrum extract contains all phytochemicals naturally found in the plant, including CBD (at Helixirz we use the best available seeds especially created for high CBD content), trace cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils. Full-spectrum extracts from hemp also contains THC but less than 0.3%.
So, full spectrum CBD oil is the best for person who wants to benefit from all cannabinoids, terpenes and essencial oils and trace amounts of THC in their extracts.
Also it's good for person with more severe symptoms that broad-spectrum CBD and isolate not working. Keep in mind that using full spectrum CBD oil also may show up on a drug screening cause it contains THC, even if it less than 0.3%
Broad spectrum is good for users with conditions that CBD isolate can’t help. People who are sensitive to THC and so on.
Isolate is the purest and most concentrated form of CBD and has no any risk of getting high. Isolate is very versatile and can be soluble in water. Since there is nothing else there but pure CBD. It’s totally odorless and flavorless plus you can pass a drug screening.
So, there are so many factors that can point you in the direction of one cannabis spectrum instead of the other. Such factors as chemistry of your body, weight, lifestyle, as well as your history with other medications you might take. These factors can point you to different cannabinoid profiles and give you the idea of what’s best for you.