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Bulk THC-Free CBD Distillate

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Our renowned CBD distillate is finally available for retail sale. Bulk THC-Free CBD Distillate comes ready to use for wholesalers, retailers, and independent buyers.

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Both economical and versatile, CBD distillate is refined from local American hemp. The THC-free oil includes up to 850 milligrams of CBD per gram. Purchase bulk CBD distillate in 5, 25, 100 and 500-gram sizes.

INGREDIENTS

Broad Spectrum CBD Distillate

POTENTIAL BENEFITS

SUGGESTED USE

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Both distillates and isolates are versatile forms of cannabinoids that can be easily mixed with other ingredients. Distillates are an oil and isolates are a powder. Both are considered raw materials that can be used in similar ways such as formulating, ingesting, vaporizing, or using topically.

Full Spectrum:

Full spectrum products contain all elements (i.e. terpenes and cannabinoids) of the cannabis plant, including up to 0.3% THC. Many users prefer full spectrum products, as they are often associated with the “entourage effect”—multiple cannabinoids working synergistically together.

Broad Spectrum:

All broad spectrum products include a blend of the plant's naturally occurring cannabinoids, but contain 0% THC. Broad spectrum tends to be a popular favorite among users, as these products contain a variety of other cannabinoids withoutTHC.

Isolate:

Isolate refers to a singular cannabinoid profile contained in a product. Isolate is strictly one molecule such as CBD, CBG, or CBN. Isolate is completely THC free and does not include any other cannabinoids or additional hemp compounds.

The method by which you consume or administer cannabinoid products can affect their bioavailability, which is how much of a substance enters the bloodstream in a given amount of time.

 

For example, vaporizing or sublingual consumption are great ways to ingest cannabinoids, as they offer high bioavailability, meaning they will enter the bloodstream at a faster rate with short-lasting effects. On the other hand, oral consumption via capsules or edibles will enter the bloodstream at a slower rate with longer-lasting effects. Topicals offer the lowest bioavailability, as they are absorbed through the skin.

 

Understanding bioavailability can help you determine how much of a product you need to take, and in what form, to ensure a proper dose actually ends up in your system.

 

This term is used to describe the experience-based evidence where all of the components (cannabinoids, terpenes, etc.) in the plant work synergistically together in the body to create a balanced effect.

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Why Choose Extract Labs?

What sets us apart from other CBD companies is that we’re not only a brand, we’re also a cGMP lab. Owning and operating every aspect of the manufacturing process from plant to product brings a high level of pride, quality, and ownership. Many of our product lines feature a variety of minor cannabinoids, including CBD, CBDa, CBG, CBGa, CBN, and CBC, specially formulated to promote consumer wellness. Reading through our customer reviews and social media posts, one hears the stories of hardship and healing. These stories serve to remind us of our founder’s original intent, and what animates us toward a shared vision of plant-based wellness accessible to all.

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