There are many different types of CBD out there, so you may be wondering what the differences are… and what sets our patent pending Lipofusion™ CBD Powder apart. 

Full spectrum CBD contains ALL compounds that are naturally found in the cannabis plant –  terpenes, essential oils, and other cannabinoids, including THC. This is the most commonly used CBD and has an “entourage effect” – a synergistic/stronger interaction of the cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes found in CBD. Because full spectrum CBD does contain THC, users should be cautious when subjected to drug testing.

Broad spectrum CBD is essentially the same as full spectrum CBD with the “entourage effect,” aside from the fact that there is no detectable THC. There is no concern of positive drug tests and no psychoactive effect, yet the user is still able to benefit from the combination of cannabinoids in the CBD. Our patent pending Lipofusion™ powder is made using broad spectrum CBD.

Isolate is the simplest form of CBD, with all terpenes, oils, THC, and other cannabinoids removed so there is no “entourage effect.” While this can be beneficial, as it comes to drug testing, it also means that other beneficial cannabinoids, and their synergistic effect, have been removed. Users should also be sure to only use a product that shows 99%+ purity since anything lower may still show trace amounts of THC. 

We are proud to offer broad spectrum Lipofusion™ CBD, a truly water soluble encapsulation technology for delivering CBD at the cellular level. The results are powerful. 

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*FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLOSURE: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. CBD drug interaction and side effect documentation is limited. Check with your healthcare practitioner for additional guidance. We highly recommend always checking with your physician before starting a new botanical extract, medicinal herb, or dietary supplement program.